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Margaret Colin

Margaret Colin

While TV has captured most of this attractive brunette's time during her career, Colin has appeared on the New York stage and in supporting roles in such films as "Pretty in Pink" (1986), as Molly Ringwald's English teacher, "Like Father, Like Son" (1987), as the sensual wife of Dudley Moore's boss who makes a play for Moore, and "Three Men and a Baby" (also 1987). Colin was also featured in the sci-fi hit "Independence Day" (1996), as a presidential press secretary helping in the fight against an alien invasion. She next teamed with Harrison Ford as a married couple who unwittingly harbor an Irish terrorist (Brad Pitt) in Alan J. Pakula's "The Devil's Own" (1997). Taking a brief respite from films, Colin made her Broadway debut as former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the short-lived comedy "Jackie."