Hollywood star Jessica Capshaw got her career beginnings in the late ’90s. During this period, she had roles in the films The Locusts, Denial, and The Love Letter. On television, her first starring role was as Aunt Jordan in the short-lived series Odd Man Out. Following this, she played Jamie Stringer in The Practice joining the main cast for seasons 7-8. She also appeared in the movies Valentine, Minority Report, The Groomsmen, and Blind Trust.
In 2009, she got her major breakthrough after she started playing the role of Dr. Arizona Robbins in the long-running series Grey’s Anatomy. She played the said role until 2018 where she was part of the main cast from seasons 6-14. She started as a recurring character in Season 5. Her latest role in movies was in 2014’s The Hero of Color City.
The mother of four stays in shape by sticking to a clean diet plan. She mostly consumes organic food and her healthy eating habits are something that she also instills to her kids. In an interview, the actress revealed that she became more health conscious ever since her first pregnancy. With pregnancy, women naturally feel the need to eat more healthy foods to nourish their babies even before birth. She explained:
“All of a sudden I did everything better. I ate better. I was better to myself. Everything from eating organic food to eating every three hours rather than waiting out six, to not only cutting out things that were toxic but also things that might be toxic.” She then said: “At the end of my pregnancy I felt really good, my energy was good, my clarity of thought was good, everything was good. As the guardian of Luke’s life I made all the natural choices. That gave me a huge nod as to that’s the way to be.”