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Elizabeth Berkley (born July 28, 1972 in Farmington Hills, Michigan) is an American actress.
Berkley is best known for her role as Jessie Spano in the sitcom Saved by the Bell, which she played from 1989 to 1992.
In 1995, she played the lead role, Nomi, in the movie Showgirls. The sex and nudity-laden movie, given an NC-17 rating in the U.S., was a box-office dud and effectively ruined her career.
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The sex and nudity-laden movie, given an NC-17 rating in the U.S., was a box-office dud and effectively ruined her career. While Heaton has been quoted as saying "...once a Catholic, always a Catholic...", according to her book and following interviews, she currently attends a Presbyterian church. In 1995, she played the lead role, Nomi, in the movie Showgirls. Since 2003, Heaton has appeared in a series of humorous television and radio commercials as spokesperson for the Albertsons grocery store chain. Berkley is best known for her role as Jessie Spano in the sitcom Saved by the Bell, which she played from 1989 to 1992. She also had a brief marriage (84-87) that ended in divorce. Elizabeth Berkley (born July 28, 1972 in Farmington Hills, Michigan) is an American actress. The couple has four sons and divides their time between Los Angeles and England, where they own a country estate.
Heaton has been married to British businessman David Hunt II since 1990. Her memoir, Motherhood and Hollywood - How to Get a Job Like Mine, was published by Villard Books in 2002. This nonsectarian, nonpartisan organization is opposed to domestic violence, child abuse, infanticide, and abortion. Heaton is a pro-life activist and is the honorary chairperson of Feminists for Life.
Her feature films include Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Beethoven, and Space Jam. Heaton's made-for-television movies include Shattered Dreams, Miracle in the Woods, A Town Without Christmas, and the remake of Neil Simon's The Goodbye Girl with Jeff Daniels for TNT. She has also collected two Viewers for Quality Television awards and a Screen Actors Guild trophy for her work on the series. Since 1999, she has been nominated every year for an Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy, winning the award twice.
She was featured in three unsuccessful sitcoms - Room for Two (1992) with Linda Lavin, Someone Like Me (1994), and Women of the House (1995) with Delta Burke - before landing the plum role of beleagured wife, mother, and in-law Debra Barone in Everybody Loves Raymond (1996 - 2004) with Ray Romano. When they brought one of their productions to Los Angeles, Heaton caught the eye of a casting director for the ABC drama thirtysomething, leading to three appearances on the series. She made her Broadway debut in the musical Don't Get God Started, after which she and fellow students created Stage Three, an off-Broadway acting troupe. She moved to New York City to study with drama teacher William Esper after graduating from Ohio State University.
She was born in Bay Village, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of well-known Cleveland Plain Dealer sportswriter Chuck Heaton. Patricia Heaton (born March 4, 1958) is an American actress best-known for co-starring as the wife of the title character in the CBS comedy series Everybody Loves Raymond.