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Born: July 11, 1956 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Meridian, Mississippi, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Moved to New York City and began modeling for the Wilhelmina agency
1983:
Moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting
1983:
Feature acting debut in Blake Edwards' remake of "The Man Who Loved Women"
1983:
Debut as a TV series regular on the CBS primetime soap, "Emerald Point, N.A.S."
1986:
Featured as Tom Hanks's love interest in Garry Marshall's "Nothing in Common"
1987:
Co-starred with Shelley Long in the supernatural comedy, "Hello, Again"
1987:
Starred in the TV-movies "Cameo by Night" (NBC) and "The King of Love" (ABC)
1989:
Cast as the titlular heiress in the USA TV-movie, "The Haunting of Sarah Hardy"
1990:
Appeared in the "Christine Cromwell" mystery telepic, "In Vino Veritas" (ABC)
1991:
Starred in the USA Network thriller, "Child of Darkness, Child of Light"
1991:
Cast in the starring role of Teddy Reed, the alcoholic black sheep of the family, in the NBC series "Sisters"; earned Golden Globe (1994) and SAG (1996) nominations
1992:
Played a lawyer defending her husband's ex-lover charged with murder in the Showtime drama, "Double Jeopardy"
1993:
Played murder victim Helen Kimble, the wife of Harrison Ford's falsely accused Dr Richard Kimble, in the feature adaptation of "The Fugitive"
1995:
Received praise for her portrayal of TV anchorwoman Jessica Savitch in the Lifetime movie, "Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story"
1997:
Starred in the Showtime drama, "Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Women"
1998:
Featured in "54," a nostalgic portrait of a New York City disco club famous in the late 1970s
1999:
Had a cameo in Garry Marshall's romantic comedy, "Runaway Bride"
1999:
Returned to series TV as divorced mother Lily Manning in the ABC drama series, "Once and Again"; earned Golden Globe (2000, 2002), SAG (2001) and Emmy (2001) nominations for Lead Actress in a Drama Series
2000:
Had leading role and served as executive produer of the CBS TV-movie, "Catch a Falling Star"
2002:
Co-starred with Billy Bob Thornton and Patricia Arquette in "The Badge"
2002:
Published her autobiography, <i>Homesick: A Memoir</i>
2004:
Played the mother in "Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights"
2004:
Played Dennis Quaid's wife in Roland Emmerich's "The Day After Tomorrow"
2004:
Portrayed private investigator, Bobbi Bacha of Blue Moon Investigations, in the CBS TV movie "Suburban Madness"
2005:
Had a recurring role on the FOX drama "House" as Stacy Warner, the hospital's former attorney
2006:
Played Kevin Costner's wife in "The Guardian"
2009:
Co-starred in the remake of "The Stepfather"

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