Helen Hunt

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Helen Hunt
Helen Hunt.jpg
Hunt in 1994
Born
Helen Elizabeth Hunt

(1963-06-15) June 15, 1963 (age 56)
Spouse(s)Hank Azaria (1999-2000)
Parent(s)Gordon Hunt (father)

Helen Elizabeth Hunt (born June 15, 1963) is an American actress. She has won the Emmy, Golden Globe and Academy Awards. She is best known for her role in the television sitcom Mad About You.

Awards[change | change source]

Hunt has been given many awards in her career. In 1998 she became one of only two actresses (the other is Helen Mirren) to win a Golden Globe Award, an Academy Award and an Emmy Award in the same year. She is the only actress to win four consecutive Emmys and to win four Blockbuster Entertainment Awards.

Academy Award

Emmy Award

  • 1996 Outstanding Lead Actress in Mad About You
  • 1997 Outstanding Lead Actress in Mad About You
  • 1998 Outstanding Lead Actress in Mad About You
  • 1999 Outstanding Lead Actress in Mad About You

Golden Globe Award

  • 1994 Best Performance by an Actress in Mad About You
  • 1995 Best Performance by an Actress in Mad About You
  • 1997 Best Performance by an Actress in Mad About You
  • 1998 Best Performance by an Actress in As Good as It Gets

Screen Actors Guild Award

  • 1995 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in Mad About You
  • 1998 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in As Good as It Gets

Television series[change | change source]

Film[change | change source]

Film roles[1]
Year Title Role Notes
1973 Pioneer Woman Sarah
1977 Rollercoaster Tracy Calder
1978 The Bionic Woman-Sanctuary Earth Princess Aura
1984 Trancers Lena
1985 Waiting to Act Tracy
1985 Girls Just Want to Have Fun Lynne Stone
1986 Peggy Sue Got Married Beth Bodell
1987 Project X Teri MacDonald
1987 The Nativity Mary Voice role, direct-to-video
1988 The Frog Prince Princess Henrietta
1988 Stealing Home Hope Wyatt (adult and pregnant)
1988 Miles from Home Jennifer
1989 Next of Kin Jessie Gates
1991 Trancers II Lena Deth
1992 The Waterdance Anna
1992 Only You Clare Enfield
1992 Bob Roberts Rose Pondell
1992 Mr. Saturday Night Annie Wells
1992 Trancers III Lena Direct-to-video
1993 Sexual Healing Rene Short film
1995 Kiss of Death Bev Kilmartin
1996 Twister Dr. Jo Harding
1997 As Good as It Gets Carol Connelly Won Academy Award for Best Actress[2]
2000 Dr. T & the Women Bree Davis
2000 Pay It Forward Arlene McKinney
2000 Cast Away Kelly Frears
2000 What Women Want Darcy McGuire
2001 One Night at McCool's Truck driver Scenes deleted
2001 The Curse of the Jade Scorpion Betty Ann Fitzgerald
2004 A Good Woman Mrs. Erlynne
2006 Bobby Samantha Stevens
2007 Then She Found Me April Epner Also co-screenwriter, producer and director
2010 Every Day Jeannie
2011 Soul Surfer Cheri Hamilton
2011 Jock the Hero Dog Jess Voice role
2012 The Sessions Cheryl Cohen-Greene
2013 Decoding Annie Parker Dr. Mary-Claire King
2014 Ride Jackie Also writer, director, and producer
2017 I Love You, Daddy Aura Topher
2018 The Miracle Season Kathy Bresnahan
2018 Candy Jar Kathy
2019 I See You Jackie Harper
TBA The Night Clerk Filming

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