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BIRTH DATE: June 15, 1963, Los Angeles, California

CLAIM TO FAME: Helen has a long and successful career. She
began working in the 1970s as a child actress. Her early 
roles included an appearance as Murray Slaughter's daughter 
on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show', and a regular role in the 
television series 'The Swiss Family Robinson'. 

In the mid-1980s, she had a recurring role on 'St. Elsewhere'
as Clancy Williams, girlfriend of Dr. Jack "Boomer" Morrison.

She may have won an Oscar in 'As Good As It Get's, but there 
is no doubt that Helen is most-known for her role as Jamie 
Buchman in the TV series 'Mad About You'. 

FAMILY LIFE: Hank Azaria (July 1999 - December 2000) (divorced) 

Boyfriend Matthew Carnahan with whom she has a daughter, Makena' 
Lei Gordon Carnahan, with. Born 13 May 2004.

Father Director, Gordon Hunt

Niece of Director, Designer, Peter Hunt.

INFO: Helen Hunt began studying acting at the age of eight 
with her father, respected director and acting coach Gordon 
Hunt. A year later she made her professional debut and 
afterwards worked steadily in films, theater and television.

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TRIVIA: Got the role in 'Twister'based on her performance 
in 'The Waterdance'.

Daughter of Gordon Hunt.

Got the lead in 'As Good As It Gets' after Holly Hunter turned 
it down.

After divorcing Hank Azaria, she moved to New York, intending to 
do theater work, especially William Shakespeare. 

Dated Eric Stoltz, her 'The Waterdance' co-star.

Her best friend is Helen Slater.

Witnessed the World Trade Center attacks from the roof of her 
brand new New York apartment and decided to leave the city right 
away, but could not get a flight out. She booked a private jet at 
considerable expense and flew herself and her staff out of 
Connecticut three days later, the first day they allowed private 
jets to fly. [September 2001]

Only the second actress to win a Golden Globe, an Oscar, and an Emmy 
in the same calendar year. The first was Liza Minnelli in 1973.

Beat Teri Hatcher for the role of Jamie Buchman in "Mad About You" 
at the final auditions.

WHERE IS SHE NOW: Boy it sure seemed like after winning 
the Academy Award for 'As Good As It Gets' and the ending
of 'Mad About You', Helen seemed to fade away. Well 
nothing could be further from the truth. 

She actually appeared in many movies, in fact she appeared 
in four movies released in the year 2000. Two of them were 
in theaters at the same time during the end-of-the-year 
holiday season, and grossed over $150 million each: Cast 
Away and What Women Want.

She also hit Broadway in 'Life (x) 3'.

Helen did take some time off after the birth of her daughter.
Then hit the big screen again in the 2006 movie, 'Bobby'.

This year she wrapped up, 'Then She Found Me' which will be
released in 2008.

Helen Hunt 
c/o Bryan Lourd
Creative Artists Agency LCC (CAA-LA)
2000 Ave Of The Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067 



Then She Found Me (2007) .... April Epner
Bobby (2006) .... Samantha
Empire Falls (2005) (TV) .... Janine Roby
A Good Woman (2004) .... Mrs. Erlynne
The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001) .... Betty Ann Fitzgerald
One Night at McCool's (2001) (scenes deleted) .... Truck Driver
What Women Want (2000) .... Darcy McGuire
Cast Away (2000) .... Kelly Frears
Pay It Forward (2000) .... Arlene McKinney
Dr T and the Women (2000) .... Bree
"Mad About You" .... Jamie Stemple Buchman (161 episodes, 1992-1999)
Twelfth Night, or What You Will (1998) (TV) .... Viola
"The Simpsons" .... Renee (1 episode, 1998)
    - Dumbbell Indemnity (1998) TV Episode (voice) .... Renee
As Good as It Gets (1997) .... Carol Connelly
Twister (1996) .... Dr. Jo Harding
Kiss of Death (1995/I) .... Bev Kilmartin
"Friends" .... Jamie Buchman (1 episode, 1995)
    - The One with Two Parts: Part 1 (1995) TV Episode .... Jamie Buchman
In the Company of Darkness (1993) (TV) .... Gina Pulasky
Sexual Healing (1993) .... Rene
Trancers III (1992) (V) .... Lena
Mr. Saturday Night (1992) .... Annie Wells
Bob Roberts (1992) .... Rose Pondell
Only You (1992/I) .... Clare Enfield
The Waterdance (1992) .... Anna
Murder in NH: The Pamela Wojas Smart Story (1991)  .... Pamela Smart
Trancers II (1991) .... Lena Deth
Into the Badlands (1991) (TV) .... Blossom
"My Life and Times" .... Rebecca Miller (4 episodes, 1991)
    - Fare on Park Avenue (1991) TV Episode .... Rebecca Miller
    - Millennium (1991) TV Episode .... Rebecca Miller
    - The Wedding (1991) TV Episode .... Rebecca Miller
    - Jessie (1991) TV Episode .... Rebecca Miller
"The Trials of Rosie O'Neill" .... Bridget Kane (1 episode, 1990)
    - An Act of Love (1990) TV Episode .... Bridget Kane
"Captain Planet & the Planeteers" (1990) .... Voice
"China Beach" .... Amanda 'Sissy' Simpson (1 episode, 1990)
    - The Thanks of a Grateful Nation (1990) .... 'Sissy' Simpson
Incident at Dark River (1989) (TV) .... Jesse McCandless
Next of Kin (1989) .... Jessie Gates
American Playhouse: Land of Little Rain (1989) (TV) .... Mary Austin
The Easter Story (1989) (V) (voice) 
Miles from Home (1988) .... Jennifer
Shooter (1988) (TV) .... Tracey
Stealing Home (1988) .... Hope Wyatt (adult and pregnant)
Project X (1987) .... Teri
"The Hitchhiker" .... Donette (1 episode, 1987)
    - Why Are You Here? (1987) TV Episode .... Donette
Peggy Sue Got Married (1986) .... Beth Bodell
The Frog Prince (1986) .... Princess Henrietta
"St. Elsewhere" .... Clancy Williams (8 episodes, 1984-1986)
The Nativity (1986) (voice) .... Mary
Trancers (1985) .... Leena
"Highway to Heaven" .... Lizzy MacGill (2 episodes, 1985)
    - Thoroughbreds: Part 2 (1985) TV Episode .... Lizzy MacGill
    - Thoroughbreds: Part 1 (1985) TV Episode .... Lizzy MacGill
Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985) .... Lynne Stone
"Galtar and the Golden Lance" (1985) TV Series (voice) 
Waiting to Act (1985) .... Tracy
Sweet Revenge (1984) (TV) .... Debbie Markham
Choices of the Heart (1983) (TV) .... Cathy
Quarterback Princess (1983) (TV) .... Tami Maida
Bill: On His Own (1983) (TV) .... Jenny Wells
"It Takes Two" (1982) TV Series .... Lisa Quinn (unknown episodes)
Weekend (1982) (TV) .... Sarah
"Gimme a Break!" .... Valerie (1 episode, 1982)
    - An Unmarried Couple (1982) TV Episode .... Valerie
Desperate Lives (1982) (TV) .... Sandy Cameron
Child Bride of Short Creek (1981) (TV) .... Naomi
"Darkroom" .... Nancy Lawrence (1 episode, 1981)
    - The Bogeyman Will Get You (1981) TV Episode .... Nancy Lawrence
The Miracle of Kathy Miller (1981) (TV) .... Kathy Miller
The Best Little Girl in the World (1981) (TV) 
"CBS Afternoon Playhouse" .... Phoebe (1 episode, 1981)
    - I Think I'm Having a Baby (1981) TV Episode .... Phoebe
Angel Dusted (1981) (TV) .... Lizzie Eaton
"Knots Landing" .... Betsy / ... (2 episodes, 1980-1981)
    - Step One (1981) TV Episode .... Brenda
    - Hitchhiker: Part 2 (1980) TV Episode .... Betsy
"The Facts of Life" .... Emily (1 episode, 1980)
    - Dope (1980) TV Episode .... Emily
"Family" .... Robin Task / ... (3 episodes, 1976-1980)
    - Hard Times (1980) TV Episode .... Sandy
    - We Love You, Miss Jessup (1977) TV Episode .... Tracey Palmer
    - Home Movies (1976) TV Episode .... Robin Task
Transplant (1979) (TV) .... Janice Hurley
"The Bionic Woman" .... Princess Aura (1 episode, 1978)
    - Sanctuary Earth (1978) TV Episode .... Princess Aura
"The Fitzpatricks" (1977) TV Series .... Kerry Gerardi (unknown episodes)
Rollercoaster (1977) .... Tracy Calder
The Spell (1977) (TV) .... Kristina Matchett
"Mary Tyler Moore" .... Laurie Slaughter (1 episode, 1977)
    - Murray Ghosts for Ted (1977) TV Episode .... Laurie Slaughter
Having Babies (1976) (TV) .... Sharon McNamara
"Ark II" .... Diana (1 episode, 1976)
    - Omega (1976) TV Episode .... Diana
"Swiss Family Robinson" .... Helga Wagner (1 episode, 1975-1976)
    - Jean LaFitte: Part 1 (1976) TV Episode .... Helga Wagner
Death Scream (1975) (TV) .... Teila Rodriguez
The Swiss Family Robinson (1975) (TV) .... Roberta
All Together Now (1975) (TV) .... Susan Lindsay
"Amy Prentiss" .... Jill Prentiss (4 episodes, 1974-1975)
    - Profile in Evil (1975) TV Episode .... Jill Prentiss
    - The Desperate World of Jane Doe (1974) TV Episode .... Jill Prentiss
    - Baptism of Fire (1974) TV Episode .... Jill Prentiss
    - Prime Suspect (????) TV Episode .... Jill Prentiss
Pioneer Woman (1973) (TV) .... Sarah Sargeant

Then She Found Me (2007) (producer) 
"Mad About You" (producer) (3 episodes, 1996)
    - Outbreak (1996) TV Episode (producer) 
    - Jamie's Parents (1996) TV Episode (producer) 
    - Clip Show (1996) TV Episode (producer) 

Then She Found Me (2007) 
"Mad About You" (1992) TV Series (unknown episodes)

Then She Found Me (2007) (screenplay) 
"Mad About You" (1 episode, 1999)
    - The Final Frontier (1999) TV Episode (story) 

To see Then & Now pictures of Helen, visit: 

Helen Hunt Then & Now

LOOSE LIPS: "I don't like people to think they know me. 
It makes me queasy." - Helen Hunt



- Lonnie Heckman, 38, American songwriter ("When I See Beth 
  Smiling"), kidney failure.  
- Tony Holland, 67, British co-creator of EastEnders. 
- Ashley "Mr. Fat" Titus, 36, South African rapper and TV 
  presenter, heart problems. 

- Robert Cade, 80, American doctor, inventor of Gatorade, kidney failure. 
- Sean Taylor, 24, American football player (Washington Redskins), 
  homicide by gunshot. 
- Bill Willis, 86, American football player (Ohio State, Cleveland Browns). 

- William Aubuchon Jr., 91, American former president of Aubuchon 
  Hardware, heart condition. 
- Bill Hartack, 74, American Hall of Fame jockey, five-time winner 
  of the Kentucky Derby, heart attack. 
- Silvestre S. Herrera, 90, Mexican-born American soldier, Medal 
  of Honor recipient. 
- Mel Tolkin, 94, American head writer for Your Show of Shows. 

- Lola Almudevar, 29, British news reporter, car accident. 
- John Drury, 80, American television journalist, amyotrophic 
  lateral sclerosis. 
- Peter Lipton, 53, American philosopher, heart attack. 
- Karl Ohs, 61, American politician, Lieutenant 
  Governor of Montana (2001–2005), brain cancer. 

- Casey Calvert, 26, American guitarist for 
  emo/post-hardcore band Hawthorne Heights. 
- Antonio Lamer, 74, Canadian lawyer and Chief Justice 
  of the Supreme Court of Canada (1990–2000), heart disease. 
- Joseph Minish, 91, American member of the US House of 
  Representatives from New Jersey (1963–1985). 
- William O'Neill, 77, American politician, Governor of 
  Connecticut (1980–1991), complications of emphysema. 
- David Sheldon, 43, American professional wrestler ("Angel of Death").  

- Peter Burgstaller, 43, Austrian former footballer, shot. 
- Frank Guarrera, 83, American baritone with the Metropolitan Opera. 
- Joe Kennedy, 28, American baseball player. 
- Leona Tuttle, 111, American supercentenarian, 14th-oldest American. 

- Jefferson J. DeBlanc, 86, American fighter pilot, Medal of 
  Honor recipient, pneumonia. 
- Verity Lambert, 71, British TV producer, BBC's first female 
  producer (Doctor Who). 

- Tom Johnson, 79, Canadian Hall of Fame hockey player, heart failure. 
- Richard Leigh, 64, American author (The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail). 
- Herbert Saffir, 90, American engineer, co-creator of the Saffir-Simpson 
  Hurricane Scale; complications from surgery. 

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