Laura San Giacomo was born on November 14, 1961 in West Orange, New
Jersey. She made her mark in a small-budget 1989 independent film,
"Sex, Lies, and Videotape." Critically acclaimed, the movie is said to
have initiated a boom for independent films during the next decade. She
also appeared in the feature film "Pretty Woman" (1990) with Julia
Roberts and that same year appeared with Tom Selleck in an Australian
western, "Quigley Down Under."
Laura San Giacomo next appeared in a few other undistinguished films
before acquiring a co-starring role in the television sitcom, "Just
Shoot Me," with George Segal and David Spade. Laura achieved a Cable Ace
Award nomination for her performance in "The Right To Remain Silent" in
1996. Her one chance to land a big part as Frida Kahlo was axed because
of complaints that the part belonged to an actress with Mexican
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