Madchen Amick Biography
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Madchen Amick was born on December 12, 1970 in Reno, Nevada. She is half
German, a quarter Norwegian, and a quarter Swedish. Her name means "maiden" or
"young woman" in German and results from the desire of her parents, Bill and
Judy, to give their daughter a name more unusual than their own.
M�dchen was encouraged by her parents to follow her own creative instincts where
she learned the skill of playing the piano, bass, violin and guitar as well as
being able to do tap, ballet, jazz and modern dancing. In 1987 at the age of 16,
she traveled to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. First there was a 1988
episode of "Star Trek:The Next Generation" titled "The Dauphin", in which she
played a shape-shifter who at one point turned into a teddy bear. Then, in 1989,
she appeared in an episode of "Baywatch" titled "Panic at Malibu Pier".
In 1990, M�dchen landed the role which would establish her as an
widely-recognized actress. Director David Lynch chose her to play waitress
Shelly Johnson on the TV series "Twin Peaks", and viewers of that cult hit soon
come to love M�dchen's sensually innocent character, who endured terrible abuse
at the hands of her husband.
A highlight of M�dchen's film career is the 1994 feature film "Dream Lover", a
thriller in which she co-starred with James Spader. It is one of the few films
to showcase her awesome ability to portray a complex character.
In 1995, M�dchen Amick returned to network TV in the much-publicized CBS
dramatic series "Central Park West". Despite her brilliant performance as the
sexy and manipulative Carrie Fairchild, the series suffered from poor ratings
and was pulled after only about seven episodes.
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