BRIDE OF CHUCKY
Nineteen-year-old KATHERINE HEIGL (Jade) made her feature
film debut at the age of 12 in That Night, with Juliette
Lewis and C. Thomas Howell. This was followed by a co-starring
role in Stephen Soderburgh's critically lauded depression-era
drama King of the Hill. However, it was her memorable star
turn in the delightful comedy My Father The Hero, which
captured the hearts of critics and audiences alike when, at the
age of 14, Heigl starred in the central role of Nicole, a rebellious
teenager who is determined to grow up too fast to the exasperation
of her father, played by international film star Gerard Depardieu.
The following year, she appeared with Steven Segal in the action
thriller Under Siege 2, in the pivotal role of Segal's
niece who is kidnapped as bait when terrorists seize the train
she is on.
Raised in Connecticut, Heigl got her first taste of the camera
lens at the age of nine as a child model. It wasn't long before
she moved on to commercial work, which opened the door to film
roles. Following graduation from high school, Heigl moved to California
to concentrate on her career full-time and subsequently starred
in the independent features Prince Valiant, Stand-ins, and
Wish Upon A Star.
Heigl most recently completed production on the Hallmark Hall
of Fame telefilm American Tempest, starring opposite Peter
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