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Carrie Coon is an actress that appeared in Ghostbusters: Afterlife as Callie.

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The information in this section is gathered from IMDb and is meant to only be a brief list of highlights of their career.

  • The Gilded Age (TV Series) - Actress for nine episodes (2021)
  • The Sinner (TV Series) - Actress for eight episodes (2018)
  • Fargo (TV Series) - Actress for ten episodes (2017)
  • The Leftovers (TV Series) - Actress for twenty-eight episodes (2014-2017)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series) - Actress for one episode (2013)


  • Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon improvised their characters' flirtation in the Farmhouse.[1]
  • During chemistry reads, Carrie Coon did the movie's argument scene with Mckenna Grace.[2]
  • Photos from Coon's childhood and college years photos were used.[3]


  1. JTFPod YouTube "Ivan Reitman & Jason Reitman - Full Interview" 23:10-23:35 11/12/2021 Jason Reitman says: "He and Carrie have a lovely moment where it's this-this flirtation in the Farmhouse after they first meet and they and they just came up with that-those beats whole cloth right in front of me and it was absolutely wonderful and they made Gil and I look like better writers and of course there's Bill Murray."
  2. The Hollywood Reporter "Carrie Coon on ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ and Fact-Checking ‘Gone Girl’" 11/16/2021 Carrie Coon says: "When I was doing chemistry reads with the actresses who were auditioning for the part of Phoebe, Mckenna came in and that was the scene that we read. So I really gave it to her. We really did the scene, and it was really revealing how emotionally accessible Mckenna was in that moment during the audition."
  3. The Hollywood Reporter "Carrie Coon on ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ and Fact-Checking ‘Gone Girl’" 11/16/2021 Carrie Coon says: "Well, they called me and said, "Can you bring all of your childhood photos to set with you?" So I got a collection. I also called my parents and had them send some over. You often have to send your photos in for jobs, but I couldn’t believe the one they chose for the hero shot in the scene. (Laughs.) I was really shocked that that was the choice they made. But it's interesting to think that my childhood photographs will be preserved in this iconic franchise for the rest of time. (Laughs.) It is kind of strange because those memories that I'm looking at on the wall are very real for me, so as an actor, it certainly makes that moment more accessible...Oh gosh, I think that was a college photo. Am I slide-tackling somebody? I love slide-tackling."


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