Teri Hatcher (Vocals)
Teri Hatcher’s wildly successful portrayal of Susan Mayer in the award-winning ABC Comedy “Desperate Housewives” earned her a 2005 Golden Globe Award (Best Actress in a Leading Role, Musical or Comedy, Television), a 2005 Screen Actors Guild Award (Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series), a 2006 Golden Globe Award nomination, a 2005 Television Critics Award nomination and a 2005 Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy. The role of the single mom searching for love in the sometimes sordid, always intriguing world of Wisteria Lane has vaulted Hatcher to the pinnacle of today’s hottest comic actresses. Hatcher’s international success has continued to grow since her days starring as the unforgettable Lois Lane in the 1994 — 1997 series “Lois & Clark.” Hatcher’s most recent successes resulted in recent honors by the U.K. edition of Glamour magazine as one of its 2005 Women of the Year, as well as also winning Glamour’s 2007 Writer of the Year. She was also honored by the Women’s World Awards in 2006. Hatcher recently became a New York Times best-selling author with her first book, Burnt Toast and other Philosophies of Life, which was released in May 2006 and in paperback in May of 2007. In the critically acclaimed bestseller, she offers a personal, heartfelt and often very funny manifesto on life, love and the lessons we all need to learn — and unlearn — on the road to happiness.
Among the many highlights of Teri’s career is hosting “Saturday Night Live,” which had USA Today commenting, “She gives one of the best and most energetic performances by a good-sport host in a long time.” What’s more, the sketches she participated in have become part of “SNL’s Best Of.” Other favorite roles include that of Sally Bowles in the national tour of the Tony Award-winning musical, “Cabaret,” and in Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.” Of all her film credits, Hatcher still considers the first film she ever made — “The Big Picture,” directed by Christopher Guest — to be her favorite. Other movies that followed were “Soapdish,” with Kevin Kline, “Two Days in the Valley,” “Spy Kids,” directed by Roberto Rodriguez, and as “Bond” girl Paris Carver in “Tomorrow Never Dies,” opposite Pierce Brosnan. Nor will anyone ever forget the line she made famous in “Seinfeld,” which was, of course, “They’re real — and they’re spectacular.”
Hatcher is also well known for her involvement in worthy causes, helping to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities such as The Starlight Starbright Foundation, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Aviva Center in Los Angeles, CARE Humanitarian Relief Organization and the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance. She has also been a strong advocate of both AIDS Walk Los Angeles and AIDS Walk New York, and an active participant in the battle against breast cancer. The gown Hatcher wore to the 2005 Golden Globe Awards was sold at auction to benefit Clothes Off Our Back, as was a Versace couture dress from an In Style Magazine cover shoot. Among her pop culture honors, Hatcher has had the distinction of being the most downloaded image on the internet the year she posed wrapped in Superman’s cape — and nothing else!