Cobie Smulders can currently be seen in Sony's Spiderman: Far From Home, opposite Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal. She reprises her role as S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Maria Hill, who is the second-in-command operative alongside Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). The character was last seen in Avengers: Infinity War, which grossed over $2 billion worldwide. She also appeared in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Avengers and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
In 2016, she starred in Paramount's Jack Reacher 2, as the female lead opposite Tom Cruise. The film was a box office success and grossed over $160 million worldwide.
On the independent side, Smulders has had several films premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2015, she starred in Clea DuVall's Intervention and the previous year she starred in Andrew Bujalski's Results, opposite Guy Pearce, and Kris Swanberg's Unexpected.
Her other film credits include Songbird, Why We're Killing Gunther, Literally, Right Before Aaron, The Delivery Man, They Came Together, Safe Haven, Grassroots, The Slammin' Salmon and The Long Weekend.
On television, she last starred in Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanc's Netflix original series Friends from College, opposite Keegan Michael Key. She also guest starred in season five of Netflix's Arrested Development and had a cameo in Netflix's adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Smulders is well known to audiences for her role as Robin Sherbatzky on the CBS hit show How I Met Your Mother. The show was nominated for an Emmy® for Outstanding Comedy Series, a People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy and a Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Show: Comedy. Her other television credits include a starring role on the ABC drama Veritas and the critically acclaimed Showtime series The L Word.
On stage, Smulders recently starred with Kevin Kline in Noel Coward's Present Laughter on Broadway. She previously performed in Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron's off-Broadway hit, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, at the Westside Theatre. Directed by Karen Carpenter, the play was based on Ilene Beckerman's 1995 book about clothes and the memories they trigger. Smulders' other theater credits include Singin' in the Rain, Grease and Women and Wallace.