Jessica Capshaw is an American actress. She started her professional acting career in the late 1990s. During her early years, she appeared in the films The Locusts, Denial, and The Love Letter. Her first starring role on television was as Aunt Jordan in the short-lived series Odd Man Out. She was then cast as Jamie Stringer in The Practice. At the same time, she also performed in the movies Valentine, Minority Report, The Groomsmen, and Blind Trust. She gained mainstream recognition after she landed the role of Dr. Arizona Robbins in Grey’s Anatomy, a role she played from 2009 to 2018. Her most recent movie was in 2014’s The Hero of Color City.