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Teri Lynn Hatcher (1964-), American actress. Known for her roles as the leading lady in Lois & Clark and in Desperate Housewives, Hatcher has been nominated and won several awards for her acting. Hatcher studied acting at the American Conservatory Theater, and also worked as an NFL cheerleader with the San Francisco 49ers in 1984.

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