"And one other thing - you're not working with
me, you're working FOR me. I call the shots, I ask the questions.
You are low man, and I am top banana, and that's the way I like
Lynn Hatcher was born on December 8, 1964 in Sunnyvale, California.
The only child of a nuclear physicist and a computer programmer,
Teri initially majored in math and engineering at a community
college in Cupertino, CA. She then studied acting at the American
Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, and became a member of
the San Francisco 49ers cheerleading squad, known as the Gold
first television appearance was as a singing mermaid on "The
Love Boat" in 1977. From there, she went on to land a recurring
role on "MacGyver," as well as a memorable appearance
on "Seinfeld," where Jerry and Elaine tried to figure
out if her breasts were real (word is that they are, and that
they're "spectacular!"). Teri also appeared in feature
films like "Tango & Cash" and "Soapdish"
before being cast as one half of the titular duo on "Lois
& Clark: The New Adventures of Superman."
the course of the series, Teri's popularity grew to the point
where she was officially hailed as the most downloaded woman
on the internet, due in large part to a picture of her wearing
nothing but Superman's cape. Teri also co-wrote an episode of
the series, the third season episode "It's A Small World
After All." While shooting L&C, she also found time
to appear in films like "Heaven's Prisoners" and "2
Days In The Valley."
May of 1994, Teri married actor Jon Tenny in New York City.
On November 10, 1997, she gave birth to their daughter, Emerson
Rose Tenney. Though Teri and Jon recently filed for divorce,
they share custody of their daughter, who lives with Teri.
Lois & Clark's run ended, Teri returned to the silver screen
and achieved "Bond Girl" status with a small but memorable
role as Paris Carver in the 1997 James Bond film, "Tomorrow
Never Dies." She later added a spy film of a different
kind to her credit, playing a villain in 2001's "Spy Kids."
Teri also took to the stage with a road tour of "Cabaret."
joke on NBC's "Will & Grace" commented on how
Teri Hatcher was very popular six years ago, and then no one
wanted her. Luckily for Teri her career rebounded. In 2004 she
began her role as Susan Meyer on the popular ABC series "Desperate
Housewives." The role has gotten her awards and fan and
written by Russ Dimino