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Hatcher also portrayed another schemer in Heaven's Prisoners, as the wife of a mob boss played by Eric Roberts; Alec Baldwin also starred in the Louisiana bayou drama.
After that, Hatcher seemed to vanish from the public eye.Suddenly, Hatcher was appearing on The Oprah Winfrey Show and the cover of Newsweek alongside her fellow fictional homemakers, but she was still stunned by the show's success, as she admitted in a Harper's Bazaar profile."In my wildest imagination," Hatcher told writer Merle Ginsberg, "I would have said this could never happen." Born on December 8, 1964, in Sunnyvale, California, Hatcher grew up in the San Francisco Bay area.The pay was enormous—$1,000 a week—and after the 1985-86 season finished, Hatcher was able to land a recurring role on another top-rated show, Mac Gyver, as aspiring actor Penny Parker. After her feature-film debut in 1989, The Big Picture, a comedy that cast her alongside Kevin Bacon and Martin Short, Hatcher was cast in the Sylvester Stallone-Kurt Russell cop drama, Tango & Cash, and made a good impression on critics in 1991's Soapdish with Sally Field and Robert Downey Jr.She also appeared in guest roles on several other series during the late 1980s, including L. Of all her early roles, however, Hatcher became somewhat legendary for a much-remembered episode of Seinfeld from 1993, in which Jerry's friends chastise him for dating a woman—Hatcher's character—who appears to have undergone breast-augmentation surgery.Hatcher gets the last word, exiting with an infamous last line in which she tells Jerry, "They're real and they're spectacular." Later that same year, Hatcher won a plum role as Lois Lane in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, an ABC series that paired her with a relatively unknown young actor, Dean Cain.
Hatcher's Lane was a newspaper reporter, and the on-screen romance between her and the reluctant superhero anchored the series' plots over the next four seasons and helped make the show a hit.
Lois & Clark usually topped the Sunday-night ratings, and critics loved it as well.
"Much credit must go to Hatcher and Cain for making the show more than a live-action comic book," noted Entertainment Weekly 's Ken Tucker.
Also wrote an episode of Lois & Clark, and starred in the road tour of Cabaret, 1999.
Member of the "Gold Rush" cheerleading team for the San Francisco 49ers, 1984.
At the podium, Arnold made an unwise remark intended as a compliment, of sorts, and the comment drew a chorus of boos from the audience.