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      Elizabeth Gracen

      Elizabeth Gracen

      Highest Rated: 88% Coherence (2013)

      Lowest Rated: 17% War of the Worlds: Goliath (2014)

      Birthday: Apr 3, 1961

      Birthplace: Booneville, Arkansas, USA

      This willowy, exotic-looking brunette first came to national attention in 1982 when, representing her native Arkansas (and then known as Elizabeth Ward), was crowned Miss America. After her reign, she married her high school sweetheart and concentrated on developing as an actress, studying at the HB Studio in NYC. Still billed as Elizabeth Ward, she made her feature debut in "Three for the Road" (1987) co-starring Charlie Sheen. Gracen continued on her career landing middling roles until the 1992 US Presidential campaign focused attention on an alleged incident in 1983 involving the then Attorney General of Arkansas Bill Clinton. She called a press conference to issue a denial, although the timing was questionable: within weeks she was featured in a nude pictorial in PLAYBOY. Whatever the case, work began flowing regularly her way. Gracen was cast as a gangster's daughter who enters a convent in the syndicated miniseries "Sidney Sheldon's 'The Sands of Time'" (1992) and she landed the recurring role of Amanda, a love interest for Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) in "Highlander: The Series." She made occasional guest appearances on "Murder, She Wrote" and had featured roles in films like "Lisa" (1990) and "Final Mission" (1994). Gracen was once again in the spotlight when a subpoena was issued for her by independent prosecutor Kenneth Starr who was investigating President Bill Clinton's affairs. As her work kept her out of the USA, she managed to avoid having to testify and she also issued a statement admitting to a consensual one-night affair with Clinton in 1983. Gracen reportedly had a second PLAYBOY layout planned and headlined the syndicated spin-off "Highlander: The Raven" (1998-99), revolving around her character of Amanda.

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      17% 45% War of the Worlds: Goliath Unknown (Voice) $13.4K 2014
      88% 81% Coherence Beth (Character) $68.9K 2013
      No Score Yet 40% Kounterfeit Bridgette (Character) - 1997
      No Score Yet 33% Final Mission Caitlin Cole (Character) - 1994
      No Score Yet 20% The Expert Liz Pierce (Character) - 1994
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Discretion Assured Miranda (Character) - 1993
      No Score Yet 33% Lower Level Hillary White (Character) - 1991
      No Score Yet 29% 83 Hours 'til Dawn Maria Ranfield (Character) - 1990
      20% 36% The Death of the Incredible Hulk Jasmin (Character) - 1990
      27% 50% Marked for Death Melissa (Character) $43.1M 1990
      No Score Yet 53% Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat Alice (Character) - 1989


      No Score Yet 90% Charmed Unknown (Guest Star) 2002
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Queen of Swords Unknown (Guest Star) 2001
      No Score Yet 93% Highlander: The Series Unknown (Character) 1995-1998
      No Score Yet 66% Murder, She Wrote Unknown (Guest Star) 1994-1995
      40% No Score Yet Time Trax Unknown (Guest Star) 1993
      No Score Yet 0% Jake and the Fatman Unknown (Guest Star) 1991
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Matlock Unknown (Guest Star) 1990