Téa Leoni:

Téa Leoni:

Téa Leoni:

Téa Leoni

I think what I’ve learned is you have to be really brave and take chances. I think it’s good to be on a road without a map, or on a path without a destination, or on a truthquest without a truth. Whatever defines your authentic being. Wherever, whatever. Or as Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Do your best and you’ll never fall short of your promise.

Best known for her starring roles in Spanglish, The Family Man, Deep Impact and Madam Secretary, Leoni has been a UNICEF Ambassador since 2003.

Téa Leoni Facts

While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies. Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions. (Source: 

Tea Leoni's Books That Made a Difference

Life is too short to read bad books. On the actress's don't-miss list: stories of a girl standing up to her teacher, an immigrant family almost swallowed up by their new country, evil—and the possibility of redemption—lurking in the next cubicle, and a pair of patriots led tragically astray. (Source: www.oprah.com)

Movies Starring Tea Leoni

48 Hours, Beverly Hills Cop, and Lethal Weapon were all, to some extent, reasonably entertaining action films. The unavoidable result of their success has been a long string of sequels and rip-offs. The latest is Bad Boys, an overlong sample ... (Source: www.reelviews.net)

She made her film debut with a small role in the comedy Switch in 1991 and later played another small part in A League of Their Own (1992). Leoni starred with Corey Parker in the short-lived Fox sitcom Flying Blind from 1992 to 1993. She appeared in the sitcom Frasier, a spinoff from Cheers, as the fiancée of Sam Malone (played by Ted Danson)in February 1995. She later had main roles in two other big-budget movies: romantic comedy The Family Man (2000), co-starring alongside Nicolas Cage, and science fiction film Jurassic Park III (2001) as William H. Macy’s character’s ex-wife. In 2002, she starred as a film studio executive in Hollywood Ending, directed by Woody Allen and had a supporting role in the box office bomb crime drama People I Know. (Source:www.wiki.ng))

In 2004, she appeared as the wife of Adam Sandler’s character in the financially unsuccessful comedy-drama Spanglish. Tea starred alongside Jim Carrey in the comedy film Fun with Dick and Jane in 2005. The movie grossed $202 million at the box office worldwide. (Source: www.wiki.ng)


Related Articles