Jeri Ryan Throughout The Marriage They Took Turns Commuting Between Los Angeles And Chicago

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She was the third runner-up in the 1990 Miss America Pageant, winning the preliminary swimsuit competition. She made her acting debut in Who’s the Boss. The film was released by Lions Gate Entertainment. Ryan then co-starred in the CBS legal drama Shark as Los Angeles County District Attorney Jessica Devlin alongside series lead James Woods, but she did not return for episodes aired after the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike although she was credited in all four episodes. She was in the Kevin Tancharoen-directed short film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth as Sonya Blade. Ryan has also continued to appear in guest roles on genre television series, most recently on the Syfy series Warehouse 13 as United States Marine Major Amanda Lattimer, ex-wife of the series’ male lead character Peter Lattimer, in the episode “Queen for a Day”, aired August 1, 2011. Throughout the marriage, they took turns commuting between Los Angeles and Chicago for their careers but divorced on August 27, 1999.

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Jeri Ryan Appeared In Wes Cravens Dracula 2000

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She was also a regular on the science fiction show Dark Skies and the legal drama series Shark. She graduated from Northwestern in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre. After college, she pursued acting full-time in Los Angeles. She appeared in Wes Craven’s Dracula 2000. After Voyager ended in 2001, Ryan joined the cast of Boston Public in the role of Veronica Cooke, nicknamed “Ronnie,” a frustrated lawyer who quits the bar to become a high-school teacher. CBS cancelled the broadcast of the series after its Season 2 finale, May 20, 2008.