The American actress Heather Graham was born on January 29, 1970 to Joan and James Graham.
She was introduced to acting through a school production and decided to pursue her professional career in it despite of her parent’s objection.
She also had recurring roles on Showtime's Californication (2014) and Netflix's Flaked (2016).
Noted for portraying characters with vast sex appeal, she often appears in magazine lists of "Most Beautiful" and "Sexiest" women.
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(I had been nervous earlier, clutching my menu across from Heather Graham like it was a pair of fours, and had ordered the exact same salad.) “! Even if the movie doesn’t turn out good, I still had a great time.” She laughs, and I can’t tell if it’s about her pseudo answer or just because she really does love working.
“To be honest,” she starts, “I to really like playing cards.” (Nothing on the flop. I knew the game, but we were on her turf and playing by her rules. , Graham plays a stripper living in a low-rent motel with her infant son, and within 60 seconds you’re made to understand that Ed Helms has cheated on his girlfriend to be with her the night before. “And I pretended, of course, that I was on a date with Heather Graham,” he laughs nervously. I wish I had her kind of discipline, I say, I would be much better at cards.
” We are sitting in the Beachwood Café, a restaurant close to where Graham lives in the Hollywood Hills, about a mile beneath the Hollywood sign, a regular hangout for conducting interviews when she’s promoting one of her movies—in this case, I have read quite a few Beachwood Café interviews with Heather Graham to prepare for my Beachwood Café interview with Heather Graham. She tries to throw me a bone: “Obviously, when you work with certain directors who are really talented, it’s really fun. Unless people are mean to me, I’m having fun.” I bought a new deck of cards at the hotel, hoping that I could play poker with Heather Graham. Normal or not, whether you’re Lena Dunham or Heather Graham, I note, women who are drawn to expressing feminine sexuality are going to be at least partially defined by that. “It’s kind of about being a woman in this society and all these mixed messages that you get from culture and religion and things that are ingrained in your head as a kid.
In some of them, she talks about how much she likes to play cards. She started to really enjoy winning, until her competitive side emerged in full force and she discovered she didn’t really like her competitive side. They are out on the table next to my tape recorder. And as soon as she comes on the screen, she’s so comforting and so sunny.” —some of the girls there,” he says. And how can you feel good about your own sexuality despite people who either want to judge it or want you to be more sexual? “I kind of feel like it’s a spiritual connection to the universe and the person you’re with.” But she can’t hold a straight face. Graham picked up transcendental meditation from David Lynch in the early 1990s.
She then played supporting roles in films such as Shout (1991), Diggstown (1992), Six Degrees of Separation (1993), Swingers (1996) and on the television series Twin Peaks (1991) and its prequel film Fire Walk with Me (1992), before gaining critical praise in Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights (1997) as porn starlet Brandy / Rollergirl.
In 1999, she co-starred in Bowfinger and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.