Sela Ward

Sela Ward

Her role as Teddy Reed on NBC drama series Sisters (1990-1996)
Sela Ann Ward was born July 11th, 1956 in Meridian, Mississippi, USA. Her parents were an electrical engineer and homemaker in Meridian, Mississppi.Brunette leading lady Sela Ward graduated from the University of Alabama, where among many other activities she was a cheerleader for the Crimson Tide football team. Heading to New York, Ward determined to either become an airline stewardess or a model; a fear of flying led to her choosing the latter vocation. She proved she could act as well as pose when she was cast in the 1985 Burt Reynolds vehicle The Man Who Loved Women . Beginning in 1991, Ward portrayed Teddy on the weekly TV "dramedy" Sisters , a role that earned her a 1994 Emmy award. Sela Ward's additional television credits include the title role in the 1995 cable TV biopic Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story , as well as Once and Again , for which she would win the Best TV Series Actress in a Drama Award at the 2000 Golden Globes.Source:
I was approached about writing a book and I explored with the publisher what I was interested in writing about.More Sela Ward quotes [09/27/2006 12:09:00]
I would never do another hour is too demanding time wise..I prefer half hour shows or features.More Sela Ward quotes [09/27/2006 12:09:00]
Study as hard as you can and if you are serious Los Angeles is the place for television and movies and New York for theater.More Sela Ward quotes [09/27/2006 12:09:00]
I always carry Evian bottle and sunscreen.More Sela Ward quotes [09/27/2006 12:09:00]
The people are not the same but a friend of mine who lived in Israel and her mother had died during the Holocaust said the land for her, not so much the people but the land for her, the smells, the contour of the land, the sense of place really became her mother. Israel became her mother.More Sela Ward quotes [09/27/2006 12:09:00]

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