Daisy Tahan is an American actress. She is the younger sister of
. She has best-known her performance in the movie
as Samantha Focker. She has also been a part of various television series. She was born in the United States. She has been a part of various drama series like "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" in 2009. It was a crime drama set in the city of
. The episodes were mainly based on true events which have media attention to it. The series was produced by Dick Wolf and aired on NBC. She was a part of "Royal Pains" in 2009. It was an American television drama aired on USA Network. The series was based on the practice of doctors and their companies. The other cast of the series includes Paulo Costanzo,
, Ben Shenkman, and
. In 2007, she acted in the movie "The Girl in the Park." The movie was directed by David Auburn. The movie starred
, and Sigourney Weaver.
The movie was shot in the New York City. The movie was premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. In the same year, she was seen in "Then She Found Me" by
. The movie was based on the novel of the same name by author Elinor Lipman. The movie was a debut film by Helen Hunt. She was a part of the comedy drama "Once More with Feeling" in 2009 by Jeff Lipsky. The movie featured Linda Fiorentino, Drea de Matteo, and , in lead roles. She acted in the movie "Motherhood" by Katherine Dieckmann. The movie was released under the banner of I Deal Partners Film Fund. She was seen in the comedy film "Little Fockers." It was a sequel to the 2000 movie Meet the Parents. It starred
, Blythe Danner, Teri Polo,
Robert De Niro
. The film was directed by Paul Weitz, and
produced the movie. The movie collected over $310 million from the box office worldwide. In 2014, she was a part of "
A Most Violent Year
." It was a crime drama film directed by J. C. Chandor. The film was premiered at the AFI Fest. In the same year, she was seen in "
. It was an adaptation of the French novel named Deux Frères: Flic & Truand. The film had made an appearance at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.