Cassie recently began completing her J.D. at New England Law | Boston. She attends night classes and continues to work as a litigation paralegal for the firm. Cassie`s ongoing educational efforts enhance her ability to advocate on behalf of Patch & FitzGerald customers. In early 2006, Zimmer was cast as Brianna in the ABC detective/drama series In Justice. She joined the cast of Boston Legal, where she played associate attorney Claire Simms in the show`s third season. His character did not return in the fourth season. Zimmer also portrayed industry powerhouse and studio head Dana Gordon in the original HBO series Entourage from 2005 to 2011, arguably her best-known role to date. Feldman is best known for her role as Marybeth Dunston in the horror film Hatchet (2006) and for her roles in the television series Smallville (2002), Supernatural (2006), Dirty Sexy Money (2007–2009), Gossip Girl (2008–2012) and The Mob Doctor (2012–2013). Zimmer`s theatrical career was highlighted by her award-winning performance in a Catholic School Girls production in Los Angeles, where she won a playlog for Best Actress.

After appearing in several national commercials,[2] including for Duracell, she began making appearances on shows such as Ellen, Seinfeld, The X-Files, Gideon`s Crossing, and The King of Queens,[2] as well as recurring roles in The Wayans Bros., Hyperion Bay, and The Trouble With Normal.[2] During this time, she starred in several independent films such as Spin Cycle, Home Room and Warm Blooded Killers. [2] In addition, Cassie has worked for the Hillsborough County District Attorney`s Office, which serves Hillsborough County citizens and gives them targeted information on how prosecutors develop their cases. This combined knowledge and experience has helped her support Patch & FitzGerald`s clients from the beginning to the successful conclusion of their cases. Constance Alice Zimmer (born October 11, 1970) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Dana Gordon in the television series Entourage (2005–2011) and Claire Simms in the television series Boston Legal (2006–2007). She has appeared in numerous television series, including Love (2011) and House of Cards (2013–2018). Zimmer was married twice. First to special effects artist Steve Johnson, whom she met in the late 1990s while working on Duracell commercials with The Puttermans. She was replaced by Danielle Harris as Marybeth Dunston in Hatchet II, Hatchet III and Victor Crowley.[1] She appeared in the music video for Nsync`s 2000 hit “This I Promise You” by Nsync.[2] She is shown as one of the couples sitting at a table near the end of the video and walking in slow motion with the timestamp of 2:14. Zimmer was born in Seattle, Washington, to German immigrant parents from former East Prussia. She is fluent in German and said in a 2015 interview that although her parents spoke English to her as a child, she spent six weeks each summer in Germany, with her grandmother, who spoke only German. Zimmer decided to pursue an acting career after falling in love with schoolgirl.[1] After high school, she was admitted to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena.[2] Zimmer eventually booked her first regular role in a television series in NBC`s comedy Good Morning, Miami as lazy and exhausted office assistant Penny Barrington.[2] After the series was cancelled, she spent the second season as sister Lilly Waters in the CBS drama Joan of Arcadia, as well as appearances in NYPD episodes Blue and Jake in Progress.

[ref. needed] Also in 2005, she starred in the short film Just Pray by Tiffani Thiessen. He was inducted into the Tribeca Film Festival.[2] Amara Zaragoza (born December 5, 1980) is an American actress. On January 5, 2008, Zimmer gave birth to a daughter, Colette Zoe, whose father was director Russ Lamoureux. [4] On June 20, 2010, it was announced that Zimmer and Lamoureux were engaged. They married in October of the same year.[5] In 2014, she was cast in the regular role of Quinn King in Lifetime`s drama series UnREAL.[6] The show was critically acclaimed and Zimmer`s performance was highly appreciated.[3] The series ended in July 2018 after four seasons. For her performance in the series, she won a Critics` Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Zimmer is involved in many celebrity charitable causes. Among those it supports are the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Heifer International. [2] Cassie joined the firm as an articling student in 2017, where she gained experience supporting clients throughout the workers` compensation and personal injury process while achieving exceptional results.