Of all the regulars on “Entourage,” Perrey Reeves gets the least amount of buzz. She’s been around since the show’s inception in 2004 as Mrs. Ari, but mostly out of the spotlight, logging episode after episode without much fanfare. Perrey was born in 1970 in New York, raised in New Hampshire, studied abroad and in the US at an Ivy League school, and found consistent acting work on television early in career – and has proved a mainstay in that medium ever since.
She starred in a couple episodes of “Doogie Howser, M.D.” and “21 Jump Street” before snagging David Duchovny as a boyfriend for a couple years during his “X-Files” heyday (she had a role in one episode in 1994 as Kristan Kiler), and can be seen on the big screen in “Kicking and Screaming” and the highly acclaimed “Smoke Signals.” In the 2000s, Perrey continued searching for that one breakout TV role, and 2003’s “Lyon’s Den” was not the answer. She did have a part in “Old School” that same year, but it was on “Entourage” in which Perrey found a home in 2004. She also appears in the big screen pictures “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” and “American Dreamz.”
Perrey Reeves on "Entourage"
Perrey on the Web
Perrey’s ultimate web resource guide.
Perrey’s bio with external links.
TV Guide: Perrey Reeves
Various photos of Perrey with video clips.
Over 100 photos of Perrey, most of them recent images.
HBO Character Bio
Info on “Mrs. Ari” at HBO’s official website.
Perrey on Video
Chelsea Lately Interview
Perrey chats about her experiences on “Entourage.”
Sequence from “Entourage” with Jeremy Piven.
Fashion News Live
Rocco G interviews Perrey during Fashion Week in NYC.
Perrey on the Screen
In addition to “Entourage,” Perrey has guest starred on numerous TV shows her whole career, including “Rules of Engagement,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “CSI: Miami,” “Sliders,” “The X-Files,” as well as a host of TV movies like “The Preppie Murder,” “The Return of Ironside,” and “An Element of Truth.” She has also had some interesting film credits to her name including “Child’s Play 3,” “Smoke Signals,” and “Old School.”
On crazy scheduling:
“My last day of ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’ was my first night of ‘Entourage’.”