Counting True Blood, Porter has recurred on some of television's hottest shows: Prison Break, Saving Grace, N.Y.P.D. Blue, and Law and Order. She also worked two full seasons on nbc's american dreams. Porter was cast as a series regular in the pilot Katrina and as a series regular in the pilot second opinion for cbs. In addition, porter has worked as a guest star on over 20 tv series, including House, Without a Trace, The Shield, Law & Order: SVU, CSI: NY, and ER.
In the film world, Porter has been seen in Swoon, Trust, The Peacemaker, Body Shots, Pipe Dream and the Fluffer, to name a few. In 2001, Porter starred on Broadway in The Women, directed by Scott Elliot. This was her second project with Elliot, having collaborated with him at the Williamstown theatre festival, in Ride Down Mt. Morgan. In addition to Elliot, Porter has been fortunate to work with some of the best stage directors: George C. Wolfe, Lisa Peterson, Mark Wing-Davey, Richard Foreman, Michael Cristofer, Michael Grief, and Risa Bramon Garcia. Other theatre credits include The Misanthrope, at classic stage company, numerous plays at the NY Shakespeare Festival, most notably her Obie-winning performance in Venus, written by Suzan-Lori Parks.
Porter was born and raised in New York City. She attended S.U.N.Y. purchase, as well as the school for performing arts. Along with her husband, madison, Porter enjoys running after her young son. The family splits their time between Los Angeles and New York.
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