Heather Beers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Heather Beers
Occupation Actress, Freelance Writer, Voice Over Artist,
Years active 1999–present

Heather Beers is an American actress, voice over artist, and freelance writer. Her two most notable movie roles have been as the title character in Charly (a 2002 independent film based on the 1980 Jack Weyland novel of the same title) and as Charity (the lead female role) in Baptists at Our Barbecue.

Life and career[edit]

Beers grew up in southern California, where she attended Los Amigos High School. Her mother was the director of a community theatre, and Beers took lead roles in many of the theatres productions. Beers received a degree in English from the University of Utah and then worked for many years in a Salt Lake City-based advertising company, while still continuing with her acting career.

Beers has contributed articles to the following magazines: Entrée Magazine, Salt Lake Magazine, Utah Bride, and Utah Style & Design.[1]

Beers is a Latter-day Saint and is also married with children.

Filmography[edit]

List of acting performances in film and television
Year Film Role Notes
1999 Fortune Cookie [citation needed]
2001 Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family Jean Collins 1 episode
2002 Charly Charlene "Charly" Riley Also re-released in 2012 as Charly Encore
2004 Baptists at Our Barbecue Charity Movie
2004 & 2006 Everwood Julie 2 episodes
2005 Life Is Ruff Holly Disney Channel original movie
2006 Propensity Melody
Unaccompanied Minors Flight attendant
2008 The Reunion Mom Short movie
2009 Lock and Roll Forever Veronique
One Good Man Girl's mother
Once Upon a Summer Andy
2012 12 Dogs of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue Zoe
2013 2013 Christmas for a Dollar Miss Mayfield
2014 "The Christmas Dragon" Sister Lenora Movie

In addition to her acting, she contributed her voice to the 2005 video game Amped 3, as well as for Maverick Country Stores, McCune Masion, RC Willey, Saturday Night Live, The WB, and the Utah Transit Authority.[2]

Not only was she the lead actress in the movie Charly, she also contributed her professional skills as one of the publicists for the movie.

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]