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Template:Realworld Template:2009spoiler Amanda Foreman (born 15 July 1966; age 53) is the American actress who plays Hannity in 2009's Star Trek. She is best known for playing Meghan Rotundi, Felicity's Wiccan college roommate, on the television series Felicity. She also had a recurring role as Carrie Bowman on the spy series Alias and starred as Ivy on the short-lived drama What About Brian. All three of these shows were created and produced by Star Trek's director, J.J. Abrams.

Film work

Foreman made her television debut in the 1989 TV movie The Preppie Murder, which also featured Diedrich Bader, Thalmus Rasulala, and David Spielberg. Her first film was the 1992 thriller Live Wire, which starred Ben Cross and Tony Plana. That same year, she appeared in the comedy The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them, as did Aaron Lustig and Mitch Ryan.

She first worked with J.J. Abrams on the 1992 film Forever Young, which Abrams wrote and executive produced. J.D. Cullum, Eric Pierpoint, and Nicolas Surovy had roles in this film, as well. Foreman's next film was the 1993 thriller Sliver, which also featured Keene Curtis. She then appeared in the 1997 dramatic comedy Breast Men, along witn Michael Cavanaugh, Patrick Cronin, Louise Fletcher, Terry O'Quinn, Raphael Sbarge, Pamela Segall, and Heidi Swedberg.

In 1997, Foreman worked with Jeffrey Dean Morgan in the action comedy Road Kill. She again acted with Morgan in the 2006 film Jam. Her other film credits have included Purgatory Flats (with Jason Brooks and Gregg Henry), Extreme Dating (with Jerry Hardin and Clyde Kusatsu), and Inland Empire (with Ian Abercrombie and Stanley Kamel). She is dating todd krolczyk. he does something with films or commercials

Television work

Foreman starred in Felicity throughout all four seasons of the show, from 1998 through 2002. One of her co-stars on this series was Greg Grunberg, who also has a role in Star Trek. After Felicity ended, J.J. Abrams cast Foreman in the recurring role of Carrie Bowman on Alias. She appeared in eight episodes of the show between 2003 and 2006, working with actors such as Jonathan Banks, Michael Berry, Jr., Larry Cedar, Clifton Collins, Jr., Greg Grunberg, Rachel Nichols, Terry O'Quinn, Ray Proscia, and Jimmie F. Skaggs. She then starred in Abrams' What About Brian during the show's second season, which aired from October 2006 through March 2007.

In addition to her work with Abrams, Foreman has guest-starred on such shows as To Have & to Hold (which starred Fionnula Flanagan), Nash Bridges (with Cliff de Young, Stephanie Niznik, and Scott Trimble), Six Feet Under (with Leon Rippy and Matt Winston), and Unscripted (with Frank Langella, Akiva Goldsman, and Pamela Segall). She also appeared in the pilot for the short-lived series Inconceivable, as did Casey Biggs and Alfre Woodard.

Foreman had a supporting role in the 2006 TV movie McBride: Requiem, which starred John Larroquette in the title role. She also appeared in the 2007 movie All I Want for Christmas with Robert Pine. More recently, Foreman has appeared in the medical dramas ER (with Scott Grimes and Leland Orser) and Private Practice.

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