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Emiko Mdchen (Madchen Amick)

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Half German, a quarter of a Swede, in the second quarter of Norwegian, Mdchen Emiko was born in Reno, Nevada. When she was on the strength of two and a half years, her parents divorced, his mother married a second time, and that the influence of his stepfather Mdchen obliged acting career. With parents' blessing, Mdchen left school at 16 and went to Los Angeles to conquer Hollywood. It was not as easy as she had dreamed, so the first Mdchen become a model, then worked as a dancer in various music videos. In 1988 she starred in an episode of "Star Trek", which played a werewolf - she had even become a teddy bear. A year later she appeared in an episode of "Baywatch". A year later, David Lynch chose her for the role of Shelley in his famous series "Twin Peaks". In 1994, with James Spader, she played in the thriller "Dream Lover", and then returned to television, although from time to time pleases fans some another thriller. Mdchen living happily with her husband, musician David Alexis and two children, loves to talk about mysticism in his life and still working on TV.




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