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Born: March 24, 1970 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Davenport, Iowa, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Moved to Chicago suburb when she was an infant
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Diagnosed with integration disorder, a learning disability; attended workshops at Loyola University and was enrolled at the Piven Workshop for treatment
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Wrote and acted in local Chicago-area theater productions
1987:
Made TV acting debut as Robert Urich's daughter in the ABC miniseries "Amerika"
1988:
Feature acting debut, "Poltergeist III"
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Moved to Los Angeles with her mother
1989:
Played homicide victim Jennifer Levin in the ABC TV-movie "The Preppie Murder"
1989:
Had supporting role in "Dead Poets Society"
1990:
Portrayed Donna Hayward in the ABC drama series "Twin Peaks"
1991:
Cast opposite Judd Nelson in "The Dark Backward"
1992:
Reprised her TV role in David Lynch's feature "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me"
1992:
First collaboration with Alan Rudolph, "Equinox", opposite Matthew Modine
1993:
Had title role in the thriller "The Temp"
1993:
Garnered critical praise for her turn as the target of a hit man in John Dahl's "Red Rock West" (aired on HBO)
1994:
Starred opposite Matthew Modine in the TNT biblical miniseries "Jacob"
1996:
Played a call girl in the 1950s in the noirish "Cafe Society" (premiered on Showtime before its theatrical release)
1997:
Cast as assistant district attorney Helen Gamble on the ABC legal drama "The Practice"
1997:
Had supporting role in the quadrangular drama "Afterglow", directed by Alan Rudolph
2002:
Played the chief villainess in "Men in Black 2"; replaced Famke Janssen who withdrew because of family illness
2004:
Returned to television as a manic-depressive patient in the Showtime drama "Huff"
2005:
Joined the cast of "Las Vegas," (NBC) as the new owner of Montecito Resort & Casino
2006:
Appeared opposite Ralph Fiennes and Donald Sutherland in "Land of the Blind"

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