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Born: August 14, 1966 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cleveland, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1986:
Became first runner-up in Miss USA Pageant
1998:
Co-starred as one singer Frankie Lymon's the three wives in "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?"
1996:
Portrayed title character in thriller "The Rich Man's Wife"
2004:
Took on feline superhero role in poorly received "Catwoman"
2001:
Landed female lead in action feature "Swordfish"
1994:
Cast as the sultry secretary who seduced Fred Flintstone in live-action "The Flintstones"
1984:
Won Miss Teen All-American Pageant, representing state of Ohio
2007:
Received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
2003:
Starred in psychological horror feature "Gothika"
1986:
Won dress competition in Miss World pageant
2007:
Co-starred with Benicio Del Toro in "Things We Lost in the Fire"
1991:
Played recurring role of Frank's girlfriend Debbie Porter on "Knots Landing" (CBS)
1996:
Signed by Revlon to model cosmetics in print and TV advertising
1989:
Made TV debut as model Emily Franklin on ABC sitcom "Living Dolls"
1993:
Cast as title character in CBS miniseries "Queen," based on book by Alex Haley
2005:
Produced HBO original movie "Lackawanna Blues," based on Ruben Santiago-Hudson's play about a boarding house in Lackawanna, NY
2003:
Reprised role of Storm in superhero sequel "X2"
2006:
Reprised role of Storm in "X-Men: The Last Stand"
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Worked as a model in Chicago, IL
2009:
Produced and starred in "Tulia," which reunited her with Billy Bob Thornton
2010:
Played multiracial woman with dissociative identity disorder in "Frankie and Alice"
2011:
Cast in ensemble romantic comedy "New Year's Eve," directed by Garry Marshall
2012:
Played multiple roles in "Cloud Atlas," based on David Mitchell's 2004 novel; film co-directed by Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, and Tom Tykwer
2013:
Starred in thriller "The Call" as a veteran 911 operator
2000:
Featured as Storm, a mutant with power to produce adverse weather conditions in "X-Men"
2002:
Portrayed Jinx opposite Pierce Brosnan as James Bond in "Die Another Day"
1998:
Appeared opposite Warren Beatty in political comedy "Bulworth"
1991:
Made feature debut, playing a junkie in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever"
1995:
Played a former drug addict struggling to regain custody of her son in "Losing Isaiah," co-starring Jessica Lange
1999:
Realized dream project by co-producing and starring in HBO biopic "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge"
2001:
Cast as the widow of a death row inmate who falls in love with a former prison guard in Marc Forster's "Monster's Ball"; became first black woman to win Best Actress Academy Award
2005:
Starred in adaptation of Zora Neale Hurston's novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God" (ABC)
2014:
Returned as Storm in "X-Men: Days of Future Past"
2014:
Landed first starring role on television in the science fiction series "Extant"
2016:
Appeared as herself in "Kevin Hart: What Now?"

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