MICHELLE PFEIFFER (Katie Jordan) is an exceptional actress, combining elegant beauty with incredible dramatic ability.
A former Miss Orange County, Pfeiffer worked at a local supermarket before she ventured to Hollywood, where she debuted in an episode of Fantasy Island and worked in television commercials. Her riveting performance as Al Pacino's wife in Scarface led to her portrayal as a naive single mother in The Witches of Eastwick, also starring Cher, Susan Sarandon and Jack Nicholson; and as a gangster's wife in Married to The Mob.
Pfeiffer went on to win an Academy Award Best Supporting Actress nomination for her role in Dangerous Liaisons. Following Dangerous Liaisons, Pfeiffer's torch singing atop a grand piano became famous in The Fabulous Baker Boys and garnered her a Best Actress nomination.
She starred in Martin Scorsese's The Age of Innocence, with Jack Nicholson in Wolf and with Robert Redford in Up Close and Personal. Pfeiffer then starred in the hit high school drama Dangerous Minds, in which she portrayed a devoted teacher.
Through her production company, Via Rosa, Pfeiffer has developed her own projects, including Jane Smiley's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel A Thousand Acres. She also produced and starred in the dramatic story of a mother's journey to recapture her relationship with her missing son in The Deep End of the Ocean.
Pfeiffer appeared as Titania, Queen of the Fairies, in director Michael Hoffman's Shakespearean tale A Midsummer Night's Dream. She is currently shooting DreamWorks' What Lies Beneath opposite Harrison Ford.