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Lara Flynn Boyle

  1. Sharon Stone, Basic Instinct, 1991.
  2. Anne Parillaud, Innocent Blood, 1992.   The busy Twin Peaks find was the  choice of original director Jack Sholder. Next in the driver's seat, John Landis, preferred Nikita.
  3. Calista Flockhart, Ally McBeal, TV,  1997-2003. She lost her audition but never needed to test for her next gig as Ally’s creator-producer David E Kelley created Boston DA Helen Gamble for her, and no one else but her, in his concurrent legal series, The Practice, 1998-2002. LFB also popped up two Ally chapters. While Flockhart lasted 112 episodes, LFB was in 132 until sacked with five other leads in a drastic budget-slashing exercise in 2003.
  4. Gladis Jimenez, Blowback, 2000.   "When I used to go to auditions, I would be told: If  Winona Ryder doesn't get it, you will.”
  5. Lucy Liu, Charlie’s Angels, 2000.  Tele-tycoon Aaron Spelling decided to put Aaron’s angels on the big screen  (to help generate a new series on the small). His first new  trio: MTV discovery Jenny McCarthy, ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell and 007's Hong Kong martial arts superstar. Then, Drew Barrymore showed him how to do it. with the  third  of her numerous (canny) productions. Just look at the 25 girls she shuffled to find the right  angel Alex Munday: Aaliyah (“too young”), Jennifer Aniston, Asia Argento, Halle Berry, Lara Flynn Boyle, Helena Bonham Carter, Penélope Cruz, Kristin Davis, Jodie Foster, Angie Harmon (stuck on Law & Order),  Salma Hayek, Ashley Judd, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Nia Long, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tiffani Thiessen, Uma Thurman, Liv Tyler, , Kate Winslet, Reese Witherspoon, Robin Wright, Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones… And two singers: Lauryn Hill and another  Spice Girl: Victoria Beckham.



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