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Helen Slater's career has encompassed motion pictures, television, music, and stage. Upon graduating from the famed High School of Performing Arts, her debut film performance in Supergirl, opposite Faye Dunaway and Peter O'Toole, won praise from the most cynical of critics and launched her performing career. She went on to star in such films as The Legend of Billie Jean, Ruthless People, The Secret of My Success, City Slickers, Sticky Fingers, Lassie, No Way Back, The Steal, and Seeing Other People, among others.

Her credits also include the Fox original movie 12:01, Hallmark Hall of Fame's Best Friends for Life with Gena Rowlands, Toothless with Kirstie Alley and Lifetime’s The Good Mother. She currently has two movies in postproduction, The Curse of Downer's Grove with Bela Heathcote and A Remarkable Life with Daphne Zuniga. She was a part of the all-star ensemble cast of Showtime's guided improvisational films Chantilly Lace and Parallel Lives. On television, Helen starred in Capital News, an ensemble drama set in a Washington newsroom and costarring Lloyd Bridges. Most recently she starred in ABC’s The Lying Game as Kristen Mercer. As a guest-star, she has appeared on such series as Seinfeld, Caroline in the City, HBO's Dream On, CBS' Michael Hayes, Will and Grace, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Supernatural, and Smallville.

Helen has also found success in the theatre world. She co-founded the theatre group The Naked Angels, and was a member of the Actor's Movement Studio. She has appeared in the off-Broadway plays, Almost Romance and Responsible Parties, and starred in the Pasadena Playhouse's world premiere production of The Big Day. Helen can also be seen performing in West Hollywood at SHPLOTZ! on Sunday nights. She is one of the founding members of the Los Angeles improvisational group: The Bubalaires.

A singer and songwriter since her days at the High School of Performing Arts, Helen has performed at clubs and benefits in the Los Angeles area. She has also written music and lyrics for an urban opera, The Ugly Duckling, which has been presented in workshop form, as well as writing the music and lyrics to the musical for John Meek’s The Emperor’s Nightingale.

As an artist, Helen has also released four CDs of her own original music, including a unique children’s album about Greek mythology entitled, Myths of Ancient Greece.

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Bio Gallery Film Television Music Let's Do Some Good Contact Home Montage Reel

Helen Slater's career has encompassed motion pictures, television, music, and stage. Upon graduating from the famed High School of Performing Arts, her debut film performance in Supergirl, opposite Faye Dunaway and Peter O'Toole, won praise from the most cynical of critics and launched her performing career. She went on to star in such films as The Legend of Billie Jean, Ruthless People, The Secret of My Success, City Slickers, Sticky Fingers, Lassie, No Way Back, The Steal, and Seeing Other People, among others.

Her credits also include the Fox original movie 12:01, Hallmark Hall of Fame's Best Friends for Life with Gena Rowlands, Toothless with Kirstie Alley and Lifetime’s The Good Mother. She currently has two movies in postproduction, The Curse of Downer's Grove with Bela Heathcote and A Remarkable Life with Daphne Zuniga. She was a part of the all-star ensemble cast of Showtime's guided improvisational films Chantilly Lace and Parallel Lives. On television, Helen starred in Capital News, an ensemble drama set in a Washington newsroom and costarring Lloyd Bridges. Most recently she starred in ABC’s The Lying Game as Kristen Mercer. As a guest-star, she has appeared on such series as Seinfeld, Caroline in the City, HBO's Dream On, CBS' Michael Hayes, Will and Grace, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Supernatural, and Smallville.

Helen has also found success in the theatre world. She co-founded the theatre group The Naked Angels, and was a member of the Actor's Movement Studio. She has appeared in the off-Broadway plays, Almost Romance and Responsible Parties, and starred in the Pasadena Playhouse's world premiere production of The Big Day. Helen can also be seen performing in West Hollywood at SHPLOTZ! on Sunday nights. She is one of the founding members of the Los Angeles improvisational group: The Bubalaires.

A singer and songwriter since her days at the High School of Performing Arts, Helen has performed at clubs and benefits in the Los Angeles area. She has also written music and lyrics for an urban opera, The Ugly Duckling, which has been presented in workshop form, as well as writing the music and lyrics to the musical for John Meek’s The Emperor’s Nightingale.

As an artist, Helen has also released four CDs of her own original music, including a unique children’s album about Greek mythology entitled, Myths of Ancient Greece.

©Helen Slater
Site Development Word of Mouth Productions