|Also known as||Andrea Pyle|
|Date of birth||16 November 1972|
|Origin||Houston, TX, USA|
Missi Pyle is the American film and television actress who portrays Hope.
One of Missi Pyle's first notable roles was in the sci-fi comedy Galaxy Quest as the alien "Laliari"; from that point she bounced around a number of television series, appearing on Friends, Ally McBeal, Roswell, Frasier, and The Tick. Missi also appeared in Bringing Down the House with Queen Latifah and Steve Martin, and she has appeared in the 2005 remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as "Violet's mother".
Following Heroes, Missi had a recurring roles on The Wedding Bells, Boston Legal, The Sarah Silverman Program., The Life & Times of Tim, $#*! My Dad Says, and Two and a Half Men. She also appeared in episodes of In Plain Sight, Pushing Daisies, Numb3rs, Grey's Anatomy, Rizzoli & Isles, The Mentalist, American Dad!, and Up All Night. Missi also worked on the films Pretty Ugly People, Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, Miss Nobody, Milf Money, The Artist, and A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song.
Missi appeared in Along Came Polly with Masi Oka, in Bringing Down the House with Jesse Corti and John Prosky, in Home Alone 4 with Erick Avari, in The Drew Carey Show with Ian Gomez, in Trick with Kevin Chamberlin, in Boston Legal with John Thaddeus, in Bryan Fuller's Pushing Daisies with Ellen Greene, and in The Civilization of Maxwell Bright with Eric Roberts. Missi's costume for Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy was designed by Debra McGuire. Missi appeared in As Good As It Gets, for which Maurice LaMarche recorded voicework.