Teri Hatcher

Award-Winning Actress

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The Battle Against Breast Cancer

About Keynote Speaker Teri Hatcher

She was previously best known as “Lois Lane” in the 1994-1997 television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and now she is “Susan Mayer,” a single mom struggling to find love while living in a troubled suburban neighborhood in the hit drama Desperate Housewives.

Hatcher’s film credits include Two Days in the Valley; Spy Kids, directed by Roberto Rodriguez; The Big Picture; Soapdish, with Kevin Kline; and a turn as a “Bond girl” in Tomorrow Never Dies, opposite Pierce Brosnan.

Among the many highlights of Teri Hatcher’s career was hosting Saturday Night Live, skits that have since become part of SNL’s “Best Of” series. Other favorite roles include that of “Sally Bowles” in the national tour of the Tony Award-winning musical “Cabaret,” and her performance in Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.” She also had a remarkable guest role in the hit series Seinfeld.

Teri has earned multiple awards for her performances, both on and off-screen. In 1996 she was awarded with the Spirit of Compassion Award for her generous support of the Aviva Center, which provides services to sexually and physically abused adolescents. She has been a strong supporter of AIDS Walk Los Angeles and New York, and is very active in the battle against breast cancer.

In 2005, she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for her role on Desperate Housewives, won the Screen Actor’s Guild Award for Outstanding Performance and was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Among her pop culture honors, Hatcher has topped “Best Dressed” lists around the world and was voted E! Entertainment Television’s “Best Dressed Woman of 1996.” She has also been honored by the Hollywood Women’s Press Club as “Discovery of the Year.”


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