American actress Lara Flynn Boyle was born on March 24, 1970 in Davenport, Iowa to a 21-year-old single mother named Sally Boyle. Lara was named after a character in the novel and movie "Dr. Zhivago" and grew up in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Chicago.
Lara's first film appearance was in the comedy movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" in 1986, where she earned a Screen Actors Guild card. She starred in the television mini-series "Amerika" in 1987, and movies "Poltergeist III" in 1988 and "Dead Poets Society" in 1989. Lara earned popularity through her first major role as Donna Hayward in the award-winning television series "Twin Peaks" from 1990 to 1991.
Lara is also known for her roles in several 1990s films such as "Wayne's World," "Threesome," and "Afterglow."
Info text last edited 2008-07-30
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