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Teri Polo
Teri Polo

Full Name: Theresa Elizabeth Polo

Birth Date: June 1, 1969

Birth Place: Dover, Delaware, USA

Height: 5' 8"


Teri Polo Biography

An attractive blonde former dancer who made the move to acting in the late 1980s, Teri Polo has worked consistently in film and television since her debut, but didn't hit it big until her co-starring role in the 2000 blockbuster comedy "Meet the Parents". Beginning her ballet career at age six, Polo headed to NYC in her teens to pursue education and work in dance and ended an actress, counting among her early credits a 1987 stint on the ABC daytime drama "Loving" and a regular role on the CBS drama "TV 101" (1988-89). In 1990 the new actress performed opposite screen legend Burt Lancaster in the NBC miniseries adaptation "Phantom of the Opera", before making her feature debut in "Born to Ride" the following year.

Costarring with Ethan Hawke in the romantic adventure "Mystery Date" (1991) didn't give Polo the career boost she expected, but Polo landed more roles, racking up credits in the features "Passed Away" (1992), "Aspen Extreme" and "The House of the Spirits" (both 1993). With timeless good looks and a graceful poise no doubt developed through her years of ballet, Polo was an asset onscreen in varied roles, including a starring turn against type as an assassin-for-hire in the little-seen independent action movie, "Quick". A regular role on "Northern Exposure" saw her as the wife of new resident physician Dr. Capra (Paul Provenza) in the popular CBS series' lackluster final season.

Alternating television roles with film appearances, Polo returned to the big screen opposite Charlie Sheen in the underrated sci-fi adventure "The Arrival" in 1996, and played a starlet who finds her power under the spell of evil in the NBC TV-movie remake "House of Frankenstein 1997". In 1998, she earned a recurring guest shot on the short-lived Fox drama "Brimstone", and a pivotal role as a woman who battles cancer only to have her adopted daughter taken from her husband upon her death in the TV-movie "A Father for Brittany”. The following year she gained notice for her guest turn as a married woman who carries on an affair with hapless college student Ben on The WB's "Felicity", and also began a 1999-2000 recurring role on the critically acclaimed ABC series "Sports Night".

Polo returned to the big screen with her breakthrough performance as the girlfriend of Ben Stiller, who takes her beau home to "Meet the Parents" (2000). The actress anchored the often ridiculous film with her natural, nuanced performance as the well-adjusted Pam Byrnes, and her chemistry with on-screen father—a former CIA agent played by Robert De Niro—helped sell the idea of his hardheaded despot as caring dad. Her featured role in the independent psychodrama "The Unsaid" went unseen by most moviegoers, but audiences—though not critics—enjoyed her alongside scene-chewers John Travolta and Vince Vaughn in "Domestic Disturbance" (2001). In the preachy melodrama “Beyond Borders” (2003), Polo played Charlotte, an international journalist and sister to humanitarian activist Sarah Jordan (Angeline Jolie). Abysmal box office totals and scathing reviews plagued the movie, but Polo’s appearance went virtually unnoticed.

Returning to the small screen, she starred as a Hollywood star dating a regular guy (David Sutcliffe) in the ABC sitcom "I'm With Her" (2003-2004) which was reasonably reviewed but failed to catch on with audiences. For her next move, she revived her breakthrough role in the smash hit “Meet the Fockers” (2004), in which her family (Robert De Niro and Blythe Danner) meets Ben Stiller’s parents, ably played by Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand. Just like its predecessor, “Meet the Fockers” was a box office hit amidst wild hype and tepid reviews. Shortly after the film's top-grossing debut, Polo bared all in the Feb 2005 issue of Playboy.

Teri Polo Filmography

"The Wedding Bells" .... Jane (2007 - )
Full of It (2007) .... Mrs. Moran
Love Is a Four-Letter Word (2007) (TV)
"Numb3rs" .... Rachel Willons (1 episode, 2007)
... aka Num3ers (USA: promotional title)
Legacy of Fear (2006) (TV) .... Jeanne 'JJ'
"The West Wing" .... Helen Santos (18 episodes, 2005-2006)
For the Love of a Child (2006) (TV) .... Yvonne
Welcome to the Jungle Gym (2006) (TV)
Meet the Fockers (2004) .... Pam Byrnes
"I'm with Her" .... Alex Young (22 episodes, 2003-2004)
Beyond Borders (2003) .... Charlotte Jordan
... aka Jenseits aller Grenzen (Germany)
"The Practice" .... Sarah Barker (5 episodes, 2003)
"Dragnet" .... Jessie Ross (1 episode, 2003)
... aka L.A. Dragnet (USA: new title)
Straight from the Heart (2003) (TV) .... Jordan Donavan
Second String (2002) (TV) .... Connie Heller
Domestic Disturbance (2001) .... Susan
The Unsaid (2001) .... Barbara Wagner
... aka The Ties That Bind (USA)
"Frasier" .... Abby Michaels (1 episode, 2000)
Meet the Parents (2000) .... Pam Byrnes
"Sports Night" .... Rebecca Wells (8 episodes, 1999-2000)
"Felicity" .... Maggie Sherwood (5 episodes, 1999)
"Brimstone" .... Ash (6 episodes, 1998-1999)
"Sugar Hill" (1999) TV Series
The Marriage Fool (1998) (TV) .... Susan Prescot
... aka Love After Death (UK: cable TV title) (USA: video title)
"The Outer Limits" .... Sally McCoy (1 episode, 1998)
... aka The New Outer Limits (USA: promotional title)
- Identity Crisis (1998) TV Episode .... Sally McCoy
A Father for Brittany (1998) (TV) .... Kim Lussier
... aka A Change of Heart (Australia: cable TV title)
Texarkana (1998) (TV)
House of Frankenstein 1997 (1997) (TV) .... Grace Dawkins
A Prayer in the Dark (1997) (TV) .... Janet Hayworth
Van Helsing Chronicles (1997) (TV) .... Helena Harker
Full Circle (1996) (TV) .... Tana Roberts
... aka Danielle Steel's 'Full Circle' (UK)
The Arrival (1996) .... Char
... aka Shockwave
"Northern Exposure" .... Michelle Schowdoski Capra (6 episodes, 1994-1995)
"Chicago Hope" .... Nurse Sarah Jane Petty (1 episode, 1995)
"Tales from the Crypt" .... Sheila (1 episode, 1994)
... aka HBO's Tales from the Crypt
"Due South" .... Stephanie Cabot (1 episode, 1994)
... aka Direction: Sud (Canada: French title)
Golden Gate (1994) .... Cynthia
The House of the Spirits (1993) .... Rosa del Valle
... aka Åndernes hus (Denmark)
... aka A Casa dos Espíritos (Portugal)
... aka Geisterhaus, Das (Germany)
Quick (1993) .... Quick
... aka Crossfire (UK: video box title)
Aspen Extreme (1993) .... Robin Hand
Passed Away (1992) .... Rachel Scanlan
Mystery Date (1991) .... Geena Matthews
Born to Ride (1991) .... Beryl Ann Devers
People Like Us (1990) (TV) .... Justine Altemus Slatkin
The Phantom of the Opera (1990) (TV) .... Christine Daee
"TV 101" .... Amanda Hampton (13 episodes, 1988-1989)
"Loving" (1983) TV Series .... Kristin Larsen (unknown episodes, 1986)

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