TOMORROW NEVER DIES
TERI HATCHER portrays Paris Carver, wife of powerful media
mogul Elliot Carver who shares a secret past with James Bond.
Born and raised in Northern California, Teri Hatcher ventured
into Hollywood after briefly studying acting at the famed American
Conservatory Theatre (A.C.T.), where Annette Bening was one of
her teachers. She has since become one of the most sought-after
actresses on both the large and small screens and has achieved
popularity around the world in film and television.
Hatcher made her motion picture debut in Christopher Guest's 1988
Hollywood satire, The Big Picture, with Kevin Bacon. She followed
that success by co-starring with Sally Field and Kevin Kline in
She went on to play opposite Dolly Parton and James Woods in Hollywood
Pictures' Straight Talk, and opposite Alec Baldwin and Eric Roberts
in the 1996 erotic thriller, Heaven's Prisoners, directed by Phil
Hatcher went on to star in the feature film 2 Days In The Valley,
a contemporary drama written and directed by John Herzfeld, which
featured James Spader, Jeff Daniels, Danny Aiello and Eric Stoltz.
Hatcher's television credits include Norman Lear's semi-autobiographical
series "Sunday Dinner," as well as memorable guest-starring
appearances on "Seinfeld," "L.A. Law" and
"Murphy Brown," among others. For four years she starred
as savvy, sophisticated Lois Lane in the hit ABC series, "Lois
& Clark: The New Adventures of Superman." The show has
become an international success in such countries as the United
Kingdom, France, Australia, Japan, Spain, Mexico, Germany and
Hatcher also made her debut as a writer in 1996 with an episode
of "Lois & Clark" entitled "It's a Small World
After All," conceiving of the story and co-writing the script
with Zpat Hazell. Hatcher was honored by the Hollywood Women's
Press Club as "Discovery of the Year" for constantly
showing new dimensions of her talents.
Hatcher is involved in a number of charities, primarily those
that benefit children or the battle against AIDS. She was honored
with the Aviva Center's 1996 "Spirit of Compassion Award"
for her generous support of the Center and the young women served
by its programs. She has also been a strong supporter of such
organizations as AIDS Walk Los Angeles and AIDS Walk New York.
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