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Name: Heather Locklear
Birth Date: September 25, 1961
Birth Place: Westwood, California, USA
seemed to be born to do one thing: be the bitch
we love to hate. Even though her on-screen personas
are polar opposites of her real personality,
her "evilness" has been cemented in
our minds. You need look no further than her
two most high-profile roles on Dynasty as Sammi
Jo, and on Melrose Place as Amanda Woodward
as evidence of how she perfected the cold-hearted,
spiteful, vengeful character acting.
Heather is the daughter of Bill and Diane Locklear.
Her father was the dean at the UCLA School of
Engineering. She is the youngest of four children
and a cousin of Donald Trump's second wife,
Marla Maples. She is of Scottish and Lumbee
descent. She dated Tom Cruise and Scott Baio.
Later, Heather was married to Mötley Crüe
drummer Tommy Lee from 1986-1993. After their
divorce, she married Bon Jovi guitarist Richie
Sambora on December 17, 1995 in Paris. On October
4, 1997 she gave birth to their daughter, Ava
Elizabeth. Locklear's representative announced
on February 2, 2006 that divorce papers had
been filed to dissolve the couple's marriage.
In further papers filed by Sambora, it has been
revealed that the couple has been separated
since December 26, 2005, and that Sambora will
be seeking joint custody of Ava.
While attending the University of California,
Los Angeles, Heather Locklear began modeling
and working in commercials for the school store.
In 1979, Locklear landed her first TV role in
a TV movie and then on an episode of CHiPs a
year later. She landed a few more bit parts
in shows, including Eight Is Enough, before
Aaron Spelling cast her in the role of Sammy
Jo Dean in his new TV series Dynasty. Locklear
proved a popular addition to the cast in the
show's second season, in the fall of 1981. Spelling
immediately cast her opposite William Shatner
in the cop show T.J. Hooker. The show's 1982
premiere significantly enhanced Locklear's Hollywood
career. Throughout the 1980's she continued
to work on these two shows plus numerous television
specials and films.
In the 1990's (after a failed sitcom Going Places),
Locklear played perhaps her best known part,
the vixen Amanda Woodward on the series Melrose
Place from 1993 to 1999. She was originally
brought on as a guest star in an attempt to
boost the ratings, and her billing in the credits
reflected this. Despite eventually becoming
a regular cast member, she continued to be listed
as a "Special Guest Star" through
the entire series. Locklear also won First Americans
in the Arts: Best Actress in a TV series for
her role on Melrose Place. After her run on
the show, she was immediately on another TV
sitcom, Spin City, opposite Michael J. Fox.
She was similarly brought in as a successful
ratings boost for this show.
Locklear starred in the airport drama LAX, which
ran from 2004 to 2005.
Locklear also served for 6 years as the spokesperson
for the Health and Tennis Corporation of America.
The 25-year-old Brazilian model boasts three
significant long-term contracts--Victoria's
Secret, Maybelline and Telecom Italia Mobile,
Italy's mega-cellphone carrier. The former girlfriend
of rocker Lenny Kravitz is now reportedly dating
Prince Wence of Lichtenstein, heir to a royal
fortune Forbes estimates at $4 billion.
Angels Fall (2007) (TV) (filming) ....
- Oranges (2007) (post-production)
- Women of a Certain Age
(2006) (TV) (completed) .... Barb
- "Boston Legal"
- Schadenfreude (2005) TV Episode ....
- The Perfect Man (2005)
.... Jean Hamilton
- "LAX" .... Harley
- "Two and a Half Men"
- Looney Tunes: Back in
Action (2003) .... Dusty Tails
- Uptown Girls (2003) ....
- Once Around the Park (2003)
(TV) .... Alex Wingfield
- My Fruit Cups (2002) TV Episode ....
- "Spin City"
- A Friend in Need (2002) TV Episode
.... Caitlin Moore
- "Ally McBeal"
- Tom Dooley (2002) TV Episode ....
- "King of the Hill"
- Old Glory (2000) TV Episode (voice)
.... Ms. Donovan
- VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards
(1999) (TV) .... Host
- "Melrose Place"
- Asses to Ashes (1999) TV Episode ....
... aka Disney's Hercules (USA: complete
- Double Tap (1997) ....
- Money Talks (1997) ....
- The First Wives Club (1996)
(uncredited) .... Gil Griffin's New
- Shattered Mind (1996)
(TV) .... Suzy/Bonnie/Ginger/Victoria/D.J.
... aka The Terror Inside
- "Duckman: Private
- America the Beautiful (1995) TV Episode
(voice) .... America
- Texas Justice (1995) (TV)
.... Priscilla Davis
- The 1994 Billboard Music
Awards (1994) (TV) .... Host
- "Saturday Night Live"
... aka SNL (USA: informal title)
- Fade to Black (1993) (TV)
- Body Language (1992) (TV)
- Highway Heartbreaker (1992)
(TV) .... Alex
- Illusions (1992/I) (TV)
.... Jan Sanderson
- Dynasty: The Reunion (1991)
(TV) .... Samantha Josephine
- The Big Slice (1991) ....
- Rich Men, Single Women
(1990) (TV) .... Tori