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