- Tue May 24, 2016, 7:35 AM GMT
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She had all prepared since the very beginning. Having a father who was a reputable acting coach, a mother who was a photographer, plus a passion to become an actress, the good-looking and sensational Helen Hunt had always known that she would be an actress someday. Her father Gordon Hunt gave personal acting lessons when she was only eight. An opportunity came in a snap. She was to play Sarah Sargeant, a daughter in a family who had to survive the well being without the help from the breadwinner, in the TV movie titled “Pioneer Woman” (1973).
As a young actress, she continued playing the role of daughters in “Amy Prentiss” (1974) and “The Swiss Family Robinson” (1975). Her cast as the girlfriend of Dr. Jack 'Boomer' Morrison in “St Elsewhere” (1982) marked the beginning of her adult roles. After numerous appearances on TV, the actress who was born on June 15, 1963 finally ventured to wide screen as seen in “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” (1985). In this movie, she became a 'new in town' who met someone that shared the same passion for dancing, played by Sarah Jessica Parker. The blond actress then appeared in the same set with Nicolas Cage in her next movie “Peggy Sue Got Married” (1986) and later on in a thriller movie “Kiss of Death” (1995).