Heather Graham
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1/9 (2007)
[ Elizabeth Pena ]
Gray Matters (2007)
[ Bridget Moynahan ][ Sissy Spacek ][ Molly Shannon ][ Rachel Shelley ][ Samantha Ferris ]
Bobby (2006)
[ Lindsay Lohan ][ Demi Moore ][ Sharon Stone ][ Helen Hunt ][ Joy Bryant ]
Broken (2006)
[ Linda Hamilton ][ Bianca Lawson ]
The OH in Ohio (2006)
[ Mischa Barton ][ Parker Posey ][ Liza Minelli ]
Why Not to Hire a Cute Male Assistant (2006)
Mary (2005)
[ Juliette Binoche ][ Victoria Justice ][ Marion Cotillard ][ Stefania Rocca ]
Cake (2005)
[ Sarah Chalke ][ Sandra Oh ][ Cheryl Hines ][ Cyndi Lauper ]
My Last Chance (2004)
My Common Enemy (2004)
My Cake (2004)
Her Story (2004)
EverQuest II (2004)
[ Danica McKellar ][ Mae Whitman ][ Jennifer Hale ][ Kath Soucie ][ Carolyn Lawrence ]
Blessed (2004)
[ Fionnula Flanagan ][ Stella Stevens ]
Anger Management (2003)
[ Marisa Tomei ][ Krista Allen ][ January Jones ][ Nancy Walls ]
Hope Springs (2003)
[ Minnie Driver ][ Mary Steenburgen ]
The Guru (2002)
[ Marisa Tomei ][ Olivia Newton-John ][ Christine Baranski ][ Paulina Rubio ]
Killing Me Softly (2002)
[ Natascha McElhone ][ Kyla Irlam ]
Alien Love Triangle (2002)
[ Courteney Cox ]
From Hell (2001)
[ Sophia Myles ][ Estelle Sknordick ]
Sidewalks of New York (2001)
[ Brittany Murphy ][ Aida Turturro ][ Callie Thorne ]
Say It Isn't So (2001)
[ Sally Field ][ Sarah Silverman ][ Suzanne Somers ][ Lin Shaye ][ Courtney Peldon ]
Committed (2000)
[ Clea DuVall ][ Summer Phoenix ][ Patricia Velasquez ][ Kim Dickens ][ Mary Kay Place ]
Bowfinger (1999)
[ Christine Baranski ][ Marisol Nichols ]
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)
[ Madonna ][ Elizabeth Hurley ][ Jennifer Coolidge ][ Kristen Johnston ][ Bree Turner ]
Lost in Space (1998)
[ Lacey Chabert ][ Mimi Rogers ][ Angela Cartwright ][ June Lockhart ][ Marta Kristen ]
Scream 2 (1997)
[ Sarah Michelle Gellar ][ Courteney Cox ][ Neve Campbell ][ Selma Blair ][ Jada Pinkett ]
Boogie Nights (1997)
[ Julianne Moore ][ Melora Walters ][ Nicole Ari Parker ][ Nina Hartley ][ Laurel Holloman ]
Two Girls and a Guy (1997)
[ Natasha Gregson-Wagner ][ Frederique Van-Der-Wal ]
Nowhere (1997)
[ Denise Richards ][ Traci Lords ][ Christina Applegate ][ Mena Suvari ][ Shannen Doherty ]
Swingers (1996)
[ Brooke Langton ][ Maddie Corman ][ Stephanie Tesson ]
Kiss & Tell (1996)
[ Rose McGowan ][ Jill Hennesy ][ Justine Bateman ][ Christa Miller ][ Alexandra Paul ]
Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story (1996)
[ Moira Kelly ][ Melinda Dillon ]
Let It Be Me (1995)
[ Jennifer Beals ][ Sarah Wynter ][ Yancy Butler ][ Leslie Caron ][ Elise Neal ]
Toughguy (1995)
[ Carrie Anne Moss ][ Lisa Zane ]
Desert Winds (1995)
[ Grace Zabriskie ][ Kay Parker ]
Don't Do It (1994)
[ Sheryl Lee ][ Aimee Graham ][ Sarah Trigger ][ Elizabeth Barondes ]
Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994)
[ Gwyneth Paltrow ][ Jennifer Jason-Leigh ][ Jennifer Beals ][ Lili Taylor ][ Martha Plimpton ]
Six Degrees of Separation (1993)
[ Stockard Channing ][ Kelly Bishop ][ Barbara Harris ]
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)
[ Uma Thurman ][ Sean Young ][ Lorraine Bracco ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Rain Phoenix ]
The Ballad of Little Jo (1993)
[ Suzy Amis ][ Carrie Snodgrass ][ Melissa Leo ]
Diggstown (1992)
[ Barbara Harris ]
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)
[ Moira Kelly ][ Madchen Amick ][ Sheryl Lee ][ Joan Chen ][ Grace Zabriskie ]
O Pioneers! (1992)
[ Anne Heche ][ Jessica Lange ]
Episode #2.20 (1991)
[ Lara Flynn Boyle ][ Sherilyn Fenn ][ Madchen Amick ][ Piper Laurie ][ Robin Lively ]
Episode #2.19 (1991)
[ Lara Flynn Boyle ][ Sherilyn Fenn ][ Madchen Amick ][ Piper Laurie ][ Robin Lively ]
Episode #2.18 (1991)
[ Lara Flynn Boyle ][ Sherilyn Fenn ][ Madchen Amick ][ Mary Jo Deschanel ]
Shout (1991)
[ Gwyneth Paltrow ][ Linda Fiorentino ][ Renee Tenison ]
Guilty as Charged (1991)
[ Lauren Hutton ]
Episode #2.22 (1991)
[ Lara Flynn Boyle ][ Sherilyn Fenn ][ Madchen Amick ][ Mary Jo Deschanel ]
I Love You to Death (1990)
[ Phoebe Cates ][ Shiri Appleby ][ Sheryl Lee ][ Tracey Ullman ][ Joan Plowright ]
Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
[ Kelly Lynch ][ Grace Zabriskie ][ Barbara Harris ]
Twins (1988)
[ Kelly Preston ][ Chloe Webb ][ Bonnie Bartlett ][ Elizabeth Kaitan ]
License to Drive (1988)
[ Carol Kane ][ Nina Siemaszko ][ Dianna Ross ]
Student Exchange (1987)
[ Maura Tierney ][ Lindsay Wagner ][ Lisa Hartman ][ Lee Garlington ]
Some Enchanted Evening (1987)
[ Jamie Luner ]
Mrs. Soffel (1984)
[ Diane Keaton ]

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Blonde-haired, blue-eyed, and posessing a certain bodacious je ne sais quoi, Heather Graham has had one of the more inspiring career trajectories of the 1990s. After debuting in 1988's License to Drive, which featured the two Coreys (Haim and Feldman) and little else, Graham worked in relative obscurity for years before hitting it big in a string of successful films, including Swingers, Boogie Nights, and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. Originally hailing from the Midwest, Graham was born in Milwaukee, WI, on January 29, 1970. The elder of two girls (younger sister Aimee is also an actress), Graham led a fairly itinerant childhood thanks to her father's job with the F.B.I. A quiet, unpopular girl, by her own account, Graham became interested in acting at a young age. She had her first role, as Dorothy, in a school production of The Wizard of Oz and remained active in the theater throughout high school, winning the title of Most Talented from her peers. After high school, Graham packed up and headed to Los Angeles, where she discovered that talented as she may have been, it was no guarantee of employment. She worked a variety of odd jobs, including a stint as an usher at the Hollywood Bowl, before making her 1988 film debut in License to Drive as the object of Corey Haim's desire. The following year, Graham's career began to travel in a more auspicious direction when she was cast as a doomed drug addict in Gus Van Sant's critically acclaimed Drugstore Cowboy. Despite winning raves for her performance, stardom eluded Graham, as her subsequent film roles were largely incidental. However, she did win a recurring role on the TV series Twin Peaks in 1990, and the following year, starred in the widely celebrated made-for-TV movie O Pioneers!. In 1992, Graham had a supporting role in Diggstown, the most notable effect of which was a relationship with co-star James Woods, who was twice her age. After appearing in a few more films of varying quality (Six Degrees of Separation [1993] at one end of the spectrum and 1994's Don't Do It, which paired her with Drugstore boyfriend James LeGros, at the other), the actress finally got a break with the 1996 hit Swingers, appearing in a small but memorable role as the girl of Jon Favreau's dreams. The part marked the beginning of an upswing in Graham's career; in the following year she had a bit part in the movie-within-a-movie in Scream 2, which led to her inclusion on a Rolling Stone cover featuring the movie's assorted Hot Young Things, and also had her breakthrough role in Boogie Nights. As Rollergirl, an underdressed, oversexed, coke-snorting young porn actress, Graham made an indelible impression on audiences everywhere. In 1997 she also starred in Gregg Araki's Nowhere, in which she did little except have copious amounts of sex with the similarly golden-tressed Ryan Phillippe, and Two Girls and a Guy, a critically acclaimed piece that featured her as one of the title's two girls opposite Robert Downey Jr.'s guy.Unfortunately, Graham's first big-budget undertaking, the 1998 sci-fi film Lost in Space, was swallowed in a deep pit of critical and commercial quicksand. The actress more than rebounded the following year, however, earning top billing in two films, the Steve Martin comedy Bowfinger and the eagerly awaited Austin Powers sequel Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. The same year Graham earned the 1999 ShoWest convention's Female Star of Tomorrow title.Though she appeared to be on a track toward superstardom as the a new decade and millenium unfolded, a string of duds (From Hell, The Guru, Killing Me Softly, etc.) derailed Graham's career a bit. As many actors in her position often do, she decided to give television a try. Unfortunately, like much of her film work of the period, the ABC comedy Emily's Reasons Why Not was met with little excitement from critics audiences alike, and the heavily hyped series was cancelled after a single episode. Her recurring role on the comedy Scrubs, however, was well received.

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