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Belgian postcard in de 'De 50 mooiste vrouwen van de eeuw' (The 50 most beautiful women of the century) series by P magazine, no. 38. Photo: Michael Grecco /I.D. Press. The October 1996 issue of American film magazine Movieline originally had a cover with this picture of her wearing nothing but rope wrapped around her. This proved too controversial and a second cover picture (of Hatcher in a dress) was substituted. American actress, writer, presenter and singer Teri Hatcher (1964) is most known as Lois Lane on the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993–1997), as Paris Carver in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), and as Susan Mayer on the TV series Desperate Housewives (2004–2012). For the latter, she won a Golden Globe Award, three Screen Actors Guild Awards and a nomination for an Emmy Award. Teri Lynn Hatcher was born in 1964 in Palo Alto, California. She was the only child of Esther (née Beshur), a computer programmer who worked for Lockheed Martin, and Owen Walker Hatcher, Jr., a nuclear physicist and electrical engineer. Hatcher took ballet lessons at the San Juan School of Dance in Los Altos and grew up in Sunnyvale, California. At De Anza College she studied mathematics and engineering. In March 2006, Hatcher alleged that she was sexually abused from the age of five by Richard Hayes Stone, an uncle by marriage who was later divorced by Hatcher's aunt. She said her parents were unaware of the abuse at the time. In 2002, she assisted Santa Clara County prosecutors with their indictment of Stone for a more recent molestation that had led his female victim Sarah Van Cleempunt to die by suicide at the age of 14. Sarah left behind a note that said "You're probably thinking a normal teenager doesn't do this; well, ask Dick!" Dick was Richard Hayes Stone, Hatcher's uncle, who had been a trusted family friend of the Van Cleemputs and both families had vacationed together. Hatcher contacted prosecutors and with a tape recording running, Hatcher explained in detail how her uncle - the then-husband of her mother's sister - allegedly molested her in the late 1960s and early 1970s when she was no more than 7. After prosecutors gave the defense a transcript of Hatcher's interview, Stone, then 64-years-old, pleaded guilty, leaving no need for a trial nor a court appearance for Hatcher. He pleaded guilty to four counts of child molestation and was sentenced to 14 years in prison. Chuck Gillingham, the Santa Clara County deputy district attorney in California, said, "Without Teri, this case would have been dismissed." In an interview with Vanity Fair for their April 2006 edition, Hatcher revealed that at the time she talked to the authorities, she was afraid if her story came out in the tabloids, she would be seen as a has-been actress seeking publicity. "At the end of the day, there was no way I was not going to put this girl first, before whatever damage might be done to me," Hatcher told the magazine. "But my fear is far outweighed by what I know is my obligation to help other victims of sexual abuse to not feel alone." Stone died of colon cancer in 2008, having served six years of his sentence. Teri Hatcher studied acting at the American Conservatory Theatre. One of her early jobs (in 1984) was as an NFL cheerleader with the San Francisco 49ers. From September 1985 to May 1986 she joined the cast of the TV series The Love Boat, playing the role of Amy, one of the Mermaid showgirls. This role mainly involved dancing and singing as part of the Mermaids weekly show routine, but had short comedic lines in some episodes, and in one episode she was part of one of the three main storylines. From 1986 to 1989, she appeared in six episodes of the TV series MacGyver as talkative but naive Penny Parker opposite Richard Dean Anderson's eponymous hero. In 1987, she played the sensible, intelligent 18-year-old daughter of Patty Duke's lead character in the short-lived comedy Karen's Song and had a guest-star role in an episode of Night Court. In 1988, she made a short guest appearance in Star Trek: The Next Generation as Lt. Robinson. In 1989, she guest-starred in episodes of Quantum Leap and L.A. Law. She also made her film debut with a minor role in the comedy The Big Picture (Christopher Guest, 1989) starring Kevin Bacon, and then played Sylvester Stallone's dancer younger sister in the big-budget, police action-comedy Tango and Cash (Andrei Konchalovsky, 1989), co-starring Kurt Russell. It was a critical and box office disappointment. She returned to television for parts in an episode of Murphy Brown (1990), the Norman Lear comedy series Sunday Dinner (1990) opposite Robert Loggia, and the TV crime movie Dead in the Water (Bill Condon, 1991) with Bryan Brown. In the cinema, she was among the all-star cast of the comedy Soapdish (Michael Hoffman, 1991) and appeared in the romantic comedy Straight Talk (Barnet Kellman, 1992) starring Dolly Parton. She also starred in the low-budget erotic thriller The Cool Surface (Erik Anjou), which was not released until 1994. Teri Hatcher made a much-discussed guest appearance on a 1993 episode of Seinfeld, in which her character, Sidra, breaks up with Jerry because she believes Jerry sent his friend Elaine into a sauna to ascertain if Sidra's breasts were natural or enhanced by surgery. She returned to play Sidra in brief scenes in two subsequent episodes. Then Hatcher landed a starring role opposite Dean Cain in the TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993-1997) as the Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane. At the height of the show's popularity in 1995, a picture of Hatcher wrapped in a Superman cape was reportedly the most downloaded image on the Internet for several months. Hatcher played a villain in two crime dramas, the ensemble 2 Days in the Valley (John Herzfeld, 1996), a moderate box office success, and Heaven's Prisoners (Phil Joanou, 1996), co-starring Alec Baldwin, which failed at the box office. Then Hatcher won the role of Paris Carver in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies (Rogger Spottiswoode, 1997). It was the second Bond film to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent The film follows Bond as he attempts to stop Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce), a power-mad media mogul, from engineering world events to initiate World War III. Hatcher was three months pregnant at the filming's start, by her then husband, Jon Tenney. She was voted the world's sexiest woman by readers of popular men's magazine FHM in spring 1997 after having been number four in 1996. Hatcher also appeared in the psychological thriller Fever (Alex Winter, 1999) starring Henry Thomas, and Spy Kids (Robert Rodriguez, 2001) starring Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino. From 2014 till 2012, Teri Hatcher played one of the lead roles on the TV series Desperate Housewives, in which she starred as divorced mother Susan Mayer. For her role she won the Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Golden Globe Award in 2005. Later that year, Hatcher won the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) award in the same category. In July 2005, she was nominated for an Emmy award as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, along with co-stars Marcia Cross and Felicity Huffman. In 2006, Hatcher was one of the highest paid television actresses in the United States reportedly earning $285,000 per episode of Desperate Housewives. In 2006, she released her first book, Burnt Toast: And Other Philosophies of Life. She voiced the Other Mother, a mysterious, button-eyed figure, as well as Coraline's mother Mel Jones, who constantly shows Coraline "tough love," both in the hit film Coraline (Henry Selick, 2009), which received critical acclaim. In 2010, Hatcher made a return to the Superman franchise, with a special guest role in the final season of Smallville as Ella Lane, the mother of Erica Durance's Lois Lane. The episode continued a tradition of former Lois Lane actresses portraying the character's mother many years later. Hatcher voiced Dottie in the Disney film Planes (Klay Hall, 2013) and Planes: Fire & Rescue (Bobs Gannaway, 2014). In 2016, Hatcher had a recurring role as Charlotte, a successful single mother who becomes Oscar's (Matthew Perry) love interest in the second season of the comedy series The Odd Couple. In 2017, Hatcher appeared as Queen Rhea of Daxam in a recurring role on the TV series Supergirl. Teri Hatcher married Marcus Leithold in 1988; they divorced the following year. In 1994, she married actor Jon Tenney; they had a daughter, Emerson Rose in 1997, and divorced in 2003. Her latest film is the crime comedy Madness in the Method (2019) directed by and starring Jason Mewes. Sources: Wikipedia and IMDb. And, please check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.



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