After graduating from the Parsons School of Design in New York, Paget immediately began her acting career in off-Broadway productions. She then moved to San Francisco, worked on the public access show Strange America, and hosted a local late-night talk show, The Paget Show. In 1996 Paget moved to Los Angeles and has been working steadily ever since. Among her feature film credits are The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Desperate but Not Serious, and Let's Talk About Sex. She is currently in production on Cheer Up, with Tommy Lee Jones, and plays the lead in Big Fat Independent Movie, a wild, comedic romp that sends up many recent independent films. On television, she starred in the series Love and Money and the TV movie MAX Q, with Billy Campbell. Recently, Paget co-starred in the highly regarded Fox series Andy Richter Controls the Universe. Prior to that, she was seen in the ABC comedy The Trouble With Normal and the feature film The Specials, opposite Rob Lowe, Jamie Kennedy and Thomas Hayden Church, as well as the CBS telefilm One True Love. Paget is also recognized for her memorable performance on Friends as Kathy, the quirky girlfriend of Matt LeBlanc's character, Joey, with whom Chandler (Matthew Perry) falls in love. Paget appeared in six-episodes of the hit series. In the forthcoming Showtime Network's new, one-hour original drama series, Huff, Paget plays the title character's wife.