Angie Harmon is a multi-faceted personality that has been extremely successful in both theatre and film. She began her career as a performer as early as the age of 18, appearing in numerous plays and musicals. In her early days she also appeared in some films and TV serials, including one as an undercover cop in The Rat Pack. After several years in the theatre, including a period as a member of the theatre group referred to as The Heartbreakers, Angie finally achieved success in the film, playing a series of different characters in a string of successful movies. She is perhaps best known as the sexy and attractive wife and cheating detective in the movie Saturday Night Fever.
Angie Harmon’s most well-known roles are the sexy wife in Dead Man Walking and the sexy and sultry crime boss in Swing Vote. She also had a brief stint as a waitress in Seinfeld, playing the part of Jerry’s waitress in one episode. Angie’s most well-known TV role to date is that of FBI agent Dana Scully in the TV series The X Files. Although her role in this series was brief, it nevertheless established her as one of the best and most likeable characters in the modern television landscape. This role also earned Angie a second lead role in a different TV show, being seen in the second episode of the third season of The X Files.
As a result of this role, Angie has become very popular in the UK and Irish speaking countries, thanks to Baywatch Nights and the Seinfeld pilot episode. It was also through these roles that many Americans became familiar with Angie through the many videos of her dancing and singing on Baywatch Nights and Seinfeld. In fact, the British version of Baywatch Nights, named No Quit, features an entirely different set of dancers for the part, which can be attributed at least in part to Angie’s international popularity.
Of course, there are many other great movies and roles Angie has had throughout the years, including a guest appearance in the first episode of The Incredible Hulk and a supporting role in the second episode of the series. She was also a main cast member in the third episode of Seinfeld, playing Priscilla, the woman who was the love interest for George. Finally, in the fourth season of the Seinfeld show, Angie Harmon was seeing playing Beth Adom, a girl whom George and Lindsay sextraplexed. These four roles are just a small sample of the ones Angie has played over the years, which make it difficult to list her roles in a comprehensive list. She has also appeared in a few movies that were American-written, such as The Blue Lagoon and A Few Good Men, as well as numerous television shows hosted by some of the top names in the US television industry.
For all her acting abilities, Angie Harmon has a history as a martial arts expert. She trained with both the Krav Maga and Wing Chun styles of fighting in the early part of her career, before going on to teach a class at a Boston studio for a number of years. Her students included some of the best fighters from Japan, Korea and Hong Kong, and she even occasionally fought herself. Recently, she began training with a Chinese Karate master, Qi Li, in hopes of gaining an even further understanding of the martial arts.
In the final moments of the season three premiere, after Jane’s killer has been revealed, she calls the police and tells them what happened over dinner. When they arrive, however, the killer has already escaped, leaving a note behind saying that he “will kill again”. With this, the question of who killed Jane becomes more pressing, and the investigation begins. Meanwhile, Kate, who barely managed to save herself from a bullet in the last episode, is finally going to meet her professor at the Boston courthouse, and there is a disturbing development involving one of the characters…