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Heather Chase

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Birthplace:   Greenwich, Connecticut
Heather Chase was raised in the small yet prominent conservative town of Greenwich, Connecticut. While attending an all girls private school, at the age of eight she became the youngest member of a highly respected theater where she won her first award for best performing actress in a comedy. After graduating early (at 16) Heather continued booking commercials and print work. She moved to Miami where she was immediately signed to an agency and hired to model for many commercial companies such as Newport News, JC Penny, Macy's and Sears. It wasn't until the year 2000 that she landed her first starring role on a TV show, playing bounty hunter "Jessica Parker" on the show TaskForce. With the success of the show she moved to Hollywood in February 2000. Immediately, Heather started starring in several science fiction and horror movies. Her most recent work can be viewed weekly on the SyFy Channel, Style Network, Lifetime channel, and Showtime. Deemed the consummate professional by those who have worked closely with her, Heather is known for her chameleon ability to transform into any character or role. She has appeared in numerous national and local commercials such as Toyota, Princess Cruise Lines, Axe Body & Hair Gel for Men as well as Lynx Airlines. She's graced four international magazine covers and has appeared in several other magazine articles and layouts including: Oxygen, Palm Beach Illustrated, The Knot, Distinction Magazine, Ocean Drive, Femme Fatale and FHM Magazine. She continues to make yearly appearances at sci-fi and horror movie conventions and you can see her walking the red carpet during select movie screening events in Los Angeles, Miami and New York.



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  • Motel Manager
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  • Actor

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