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Leoni Online: The Articles — New Weekly

Starring in Jurassic Park III, Téa Leoni’s role was more athletic than she’d anticipated. “I was so stupid not to get into shape for this. I could have hit the gym a little bit – duh! I mean, let’s see, Téa, you’re doing a huge movie with dinosaurs, and you’re probably not going to be […]

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Leoni Online: The Articles — Biography Magazine

Tèa Leoni: Tough Enough to Take on a T-Rex By John GriffithsTèa Leoni is changing her ways. Despite an impressive pedigree–including an intellectual upbringing in one of New York City’s finer neighborhoods, posh private schools mixed with sojourns to St. Croix, and chiseled features that conjure images of white linen dinners–the actress hasn’t always exactly […]

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Leoni Online: The Articles — People Magazine

“Little Girl Lost” “Tea Leoni needed no preparation to play a mother hunting for her missing son in the dino sequel Jurassic Park III, opening July 18. “They’re naming my No. 1 nightmare in this movie: What would happen if my child would go missing?” says Leoni, who has a daughter, Madelaine West, 2, with […]

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Leoni Online: The Articles — Premiere Magazine 2002

The Truth Is, Téa Leoni Is Out There A candid conversation with the brainy beauty who calls Woody Allen “one of the sexiest men I’ve ever worked with.” By Brantly Bardin She was born rich (father: Park Avenue lawyer; grandmother: silent movie star-founder of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF), smart (high school: Manhattan’s Brearley School; […]

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Leoni Online: The Articles — The Family Man DVD Review

Title: The Family Man: Collector’s Series (2000) Studio Line: Universal Studios – What if… Thirteen years ago, Jack Campbell (Cage) left for London to pursue a prestigious internship, promising his girlfriend Kate (Leoni) that they’d only be apart for a year. Now Jack is a high-powered Wall Street bachelor, while Kate’s a distant memory. That […]

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Leoni Online: The Articles — Los Angeles Magazine 1996

Leoni Online Articles Fashion Issue – Sexy Sitcom Divas (Los Angeles Magazine 1996) In the late, occasionally lamented Flying Blind (Fox), ex-model Téa Leoni played the beautiful Alicia, a sexy and uninhibited Greenwich Village temptress. In The Naked Truth (an NBC midseason replacement), the actress formerly known as Rupert Murdoch’s Foxiest White Woman plays the […]

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Leoni Online: The Articles — Cinescape Magazine

Leoni talks about the challenge of creating strong characters while facing deadly dinosaurs. Dateline: Thursday, July 5, 2001 By: FRANK KURTZ By: News Editor Source: Inside Trek & Sci Fi Tea Leoni is one of a group of actors who went head-to-head with the dinosaurs of JURASSIC PARK III. While talking to Ian Spelling’s Inside […]

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Leoni Online: The Articles — Daily Variety

The Family Man By JOE LEYDON Schmaltz often sells well during the yuletide season, so Universal may have a “Patch Adams”-size hit on it hands with “The Family Man,” a slickly produced slice of sentimental hokum that borrows freely from a half-dozen or so other, better feel-good fantasies. The only question is whether audiences will […]

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