20 Facts About Anne Archer


Anne Archer was born on August 24,1947 and is an American actress.


Anne Archer had supporting roles in Cancel My Reservation, The All-American Boy, and Trackdown, and appeared in Good Guys Wear Black, Paradise Alley and Hero at Large.


Anne Archer earned widespread acclaim for starring as Beth in the erotic psychological thriller film Fatal Attraction, which earned her nominations for the Academy Award, BAFTA Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress.


Anne Archer appeared in the film Lullaby and made her stage debut as Mrs Robinson in the West End production of The Graduate in 2001.


Anne Archer played the eponymous actress in The Trial of Jane Fonda at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and had recurring roles on television shows such as Boston Public, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Ghost Whisperer.


Anne Archer was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of actors John Anne Archer and Marjorie Lord.


Anne Archer graduated from Pitzer College in Claremont, California, in 1968.


Anne Archer was originally a Christian Scientist, but she and her husband have been members of the Church of Scientology since 1975.


Anne Archer's stepfather was the Los Angeles banker and philanthropist Harry Volk.


In 1991, Anne Archer spoke publicly about her abortion in the book The Choices We Made: Twenty-Five Women and Men Speak Out About Abortion.


Anne Archer appeared as Ramona in the "Ramona Pageant" in Hemet, California before moving to New York.


Anne Archer later had supporting roles in Cancel My Reservation, The All-American Boy, and Trackdown.


Anne Archer auditioned for the role of Lois Lane in the 1978 superhero film Superman, a role eventually awarded to Margot Kidder.


Anne Archer has appeared in feature films, including Good Guys Wear Black starring Chuck Norris, Paradise Alley opposite Sylvester Stallone, and Hero at Large, co-starring John Ritter.


In early 1980s, Anne Archer appeared in several smaller movies and made-for-television movies.


The film became a huge box office success, and Anne Archer was nominated for a BAFTA, Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Beth Gallagher.


Anne Archer starred alongside Harrison Ford in the 1992 spy thriller film Patriot Games and its sequel Clear and Present Danger.


In 1993, she starred opposite Madonna and Willem Dafoe in the erotic thriller Body of Evidence; the film was widely panned and at the 14th Golden Raspberry Awards Archer received nomination for Worst Supporting Actress.


In 2000, Anne Archer co-starred in the war film Rules of Engagement and the action film The Art of War.


In 2001, Anne Archer portrayed Mrs Robinson at the Gielgud Theatre in a West End production of The Graduate.