Leslie Stefanson
American actor
Leslie Stefanson
Leslie Ann Stefanson is an American model, actress and artist. She is most known for playing the title role as Capt. Elisabeth Campbell in the film The General's Daughter. Stefanson was born in Fargo, North Dakota and raised in Moorhead, Minnesota. She is currently engaged, as of 2008, to fellow actor James Spader of The Practice and Boston Legal. On August 31, 2008, she gave birth to her first child, a son by James Spader.
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Actors Stefanson, Spader spent weekend in Fargo-Moorhead - In-Forum
Google News - over 5 years
The Rourke Art Museum's annual Midwestern preview got an extra splash of color Saturday night when Moorhead native, actress Leslie Stefanson, showed up with fiancé and actor James Spader. Not only did the couple draw double-takes from some,
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So Many Dark Sides
NYTimes - over 7 years
''CULTIVATE the appearance of contrition,'' the character Jack Lawson, a lawyer, tells a white client accused of raping a black woman in ''Race,'' a new play opening on Broadway next Sunday. As uttered with don't-waste-my-time iciness by the actor James Spader, the clipped and merciless directive telegraphs not only that this is dialogue by David
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Hunky, Wise, Romantic or Kooky. Just Like Your Doctor.
NYTimes - over 14 years
How do you like your doctors, classy or sassy? You get the choice this week, as two networks unveil medical series. Each is set in San Francisco, each takes broad swipes at H.M.O.'s and other bureaucratic ogres, and each features a hunky British doctor. But you won't have any trouble telling these shows apart. Classy is the word for ''Presidio
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FILM REVIEW; A Security Guard. Then Kapow! A Sorrowful Superhero.
NYTimes - over 16 years
''Unbreakable,'' a follow-up to ''The Sixth Sense'' by the writer and director M. Night Shyamalan, is probably the most anticipated film of the season. As such, it is bound to disappoint because there is no way to repeat such a box office sensation. What ''Unbreakable'' shows is Mr. Shyamalan's remarkable growth as a director. Some of the sequences
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FILM REVIEW; Can a Driven Baton Twirler Become Miss Congeniality?
NYTimes - over 16 years
''Beauty may be only skin deep, but ugly is to the bone,'' the queen of the thunderously intoned wisecrack, Tallulah Bankhead, is reputed to have said on the subject of appearances. But if we are to believe ''Beautiful,'' a clumsy satire of the world of beauty pageants, most of those involved in that world are spiritually ugly to the bone. Take the
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New Video Releases
NYTimes - about 17 years
The General's Daughter To express its opinion of women in the military, Simon West's film lets an incredibly promiscuous female Army captain (Leslie Stefanson) make fools of some battle-hardened types before she is murdered in spectacularly kinky fashion. Brought in to investigate, the Army detective Paul Brenner (John Travolta, above) finds the
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FILM REVIEW; Thriller With a Fetish for Motives
NYTimes - over 17 years
Murder on a military base was once a good enough pretext for a detective thriller, but nowadays it takes more. The prevailing sleaze quotient calls for kinks in a movie killing, and ''The General's Daughter'' is eager to oblige. So the title character is left worse than dead. She is found strangled, naked and spread-eagled, pinned by tent pegs in
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AT THE MOVIES
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Two Lovebirds And a Bookshop Richard Curtis, the British screenwriter for ''Four Weddings and a Funeral,'' has had a persistent fantasy for years. ''I used to drive across the bridge to Battersea to have dinner with my friends and I would always think, 'What would happen if I turned up with the most famous woman in the world -- say Princess Di or
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FILM REVIEW; A Movie About a Really Horrendous Movie. Get It?
NYTimes - about 19 years
Having flouted Hollywood's power elite in all the familiar ways, Joe Eszterhas now tries something really risky: being unfunny. There's little to laugh at in the nonstop potshots taken by the satire now called ''An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn,'' and the only target most of them hit is the screenwriter's own foot. Bad-mouthing boomerangs
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Leslie Stefanson
    THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 36
    On August 31, 2008, she gave birth to her first child, a son by James Spader.
    More Details Hide Details She now makes bronze and terracotta sculptures in Los Angeles.
    Stefanson was born in Fargo, North Dakota and raised in Moorhead, Minnesota. She is currently engaged, as of 2008, to fellow actor James Spader of The Practice and Boston Legal.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on May 10, 1971.
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