Teresa Hill

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Teresa Hill
Born (1969-05-09) May 9, 1969 (age 45)
Burley, Idaho, United States
Occupation Actress
Interior designer
Years active 1991–2003

Teresa Hill (born May 9, 1969 in Burley, Idaho) is an American actress[1] and interior designer.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1991 Highway Patrolman uncredited
1992 Electric Youth uncredited
1993 Puppet Master 4: The Demon Lauren video
1994 Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter Lauren video
1994 In the Heat of Passion II: Unfaithful Casey
1995 Love and Happiness uncredited
1995 Raging Angels Girl
1996 Bio-Dome Jen
1996 Kiss & Tell Ivy Roberts
1997 Nowhere Shannon
1998 Circles a.k.a. Crossing Paths Lindsay
1999 Twin Falls Idaho Sissy
2000 Looking for Lois Lois short
2000 Cruel Intentions 2 Lilly video
2001 The 3 Little Wolfs Tami
2001 The New Woman Tania
2001 The Hollywood Sign Wendy
2002 National Lampoon's Van Wilder Hot Female Doctor
2002 Gentleman B. a.k.a. The Gentleman Bandit Jewelry Store Customer #1
2003 The Look Stephanie
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1992 Battle in the Erogenous Zone uncredited TV movie short
1994-1995 Models, Inc. Linda Holden (1 season, 29 episodes)
1995-1996 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Nemesis "The Fire Down Below" & "The Enforcer" (season 2, episodes 9 & 13)
1996 Melrose Place Claire Duncan "The Burning Couch" & "Triumph of the Bill" (season 4, episodes 25 & 26)
1997 Pacific Blue Sheila Dickson "Repeat Offenders" (season 3, episode 7)
1999 Silk Stalkings unknown "Strange Bedfellows" (season 8, episode 13)
1999 Manchester Prep Lilly "Disfunction Junction" (season 1, episode 3), unaired TV series based on Cruel Intentions; the three episodes of the show were edited together to make Cruel Intentions 2.[3]
2001 Baywatch Brit Schuster "Boiling Point" (season 11, episode 17)
2002-2003 Guiding Light Eden August (season 52, episodes 53-57)
2003 Law & Order Gwen "Seer" (season 13, episode 19)
2003 Soap Talk herself (season 2, episode 16)

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