Sex and the City 2 – 2010
Role: Carrie Preston

The fun, the fashion, the friendship: “Sex and the City 2” brings it all back and more as Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda take another bite out of The Big Apple–and beyond–carrying on with their busy lives and loves. What happens after you say “I do”? Life is everything the ladies ever wished it to be, but it wouldn’t be “Sex and the City” if life didn’t hold a few more surprises–this time in the form of a glamorous, sun-drenched adventure that whisks the women away from New York to one of the most luxurious, exotic and vivid places on earth, where the party never ends and there’s something mysterious around every corner. It’s an escape that comes exactly at the right moment for the four friends, who are finding themselves in–and fighting against–the traditional roles of marriage, motherhood and more. After all, sometimes you just have to get away with the girls.

Did You Hear About the Morgans? – 2009
Role: Meryl Morgan

Romantic-comedy regulars Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker finally unite in this fish-out-of-water laugher. The actors play Paul and Meryl Morgan, a Manhattan couple whose marriage is in danger. But it turns out all they may need is a change of scenery: when the Morgans witness a murder and are sent by the government to small-town Wyoming to hide from the killers, their marriage shows signs of recovery.

Smart People – 2008
Role: Janet

Imperious, testy, acerbic, monumentally tactless, and maddeningly self-absorbed Victorian Literature professor Lawrence Wetherhold is a middle-aged intellectual bully, whose cutting tongue has alienated his son James and made his daughter Vanessa into an unhappy, friendless Teen. When he falls for Janet, a former student, he’ll have to deconstruct all his elaborate intellectual armor if he’s to win her over.

Sex and the City: The Movie – 2008
Role: Carrie Bradshaw

It’s high heels and the high life for the fashionable foursome from SEX AND THE CITY. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis reprise their roles from the sassy and sexy series that made Manolo Blahnik a household name. The boys are back in town as well, with Chris Noth, David Eigenberg, Evan Handler, and Jason Lewis back in their roles from the show.

Spinning Into Butter – 2007
Role: Sarah Daniels

A hate crime on the campus of a New England college puts the school’s dean (Parker) in a position where she has to examine her own feelings about race and prejudice, while maintaining her administration’s politically correct policies.

Failure To Launch – 2006
Role: Paula

A thirtysomething man who still lives with his parents falls in love with the woman of his dreams and begins to suspect she has been hired by his parents as a way to get him out of the house.

The Family Stone – 2005
Role: Meredith Morton

The Stones, a New England family, have their annual holiday gathering. The eldest son brings his girlfriend home to meet his parents, brothers and sisters. The bohemian Stones greet their visitor–a high-powered, controlling New Yorker–with a mix of awkwardness, confusion and hostility. Before the holiday is over, relationships will unravel while new ones are formed, secrets will be revealed, and the family Stone will come together through its extraordinary capacity for love.

Strangers with Candy – 2005
Role: Grief Counselor Peggy Callas

The story of Jerri Blank, a 46 year-old ex-junkie and ex-con who emerges from her long prison stay with a special goodbye prison riot with her cellmates and returns to high school in a bid to start her life over, only to confront the most dangerous gang of all–the cool kids. After a long bus ride, Jerri arrives at her childhood home to find that her father is now in a coma and has re-married and fathered a child. Although mortified by her stepdaughter’s return, his new wife begrudgingly allows Jerri to move in when the family doctor suggests that her presence might bring her father out of his thirty-two-year coma.

Life Without Dick – 2001
Role: Colleen Gibson

Colleen Bigson (Sarah Jessica Parker) is madly in love with her boyfriend, Dick (Johnny Knoxville, MTV’s JACKASS). But when a fortune teller (Teri Garr) convinces Colleen that Dick is cheating on her, Colleen decides to scare Dick straight by threatening him with a gun. The when the gun misfires and she accidentally kills him. Shortly thereafter, she meets Daniel (Connick, Jr.), a hitman with a distaste for violence whom she discovers was hired to kill Dick himself! And when he finds that she’s done the job for him, mutual admiration begins to develop between them.

State and Main – 2000
Role: Claire Wellesley

During a film shoot in a rural New England town, screenwriter Joe White’s old-fashioned values are put to the test when he is the only witness to a heartthrob movie star’s indiscretions with a local teenage girl. The movie’s smooth-talking director and aggressive producer pressure Joe to put aside his convictions for the sake of the film and his future writing career. Meanwhile, Joe falls for Ann, a local bookseller who challenges him to stand up for the truth while his cast and crew wreak havoc upon the unsuspecting town.

Dudley Do-Right – 1999
Role: Nell Fenwick

In the Canadian Rockies community of Semi-Happy Valley, Dudley Do-Right works as a dedicated but hapless young Mountie. Dudley’s ladylove, Nell Fenwick, has seen the world and decided to settle down in Seattle, still confused about her relationships with men. The evil Snidley Whiplash is out to rule the world, at least one sleepy part of it. Snidley devises the scam of the century, he ‘salts’ the local streams with gold, setting off the biggest gold rush since the Klondike. Leading the charge for gold is The Prospector, an unsuspecting oaf who is swept into the limelight by Snidley. As thousands of millionaire wannabes storm the border, Dudley is fired by Nell’s dad. Stripped of his badge, his office and his gal, the usually sweet, naive Dudley is ready to kick some serious butt.

‘Til There Was You – 1997
Role: Francesca Lanfield

A romantic comedy which tells the story of Gwen Moss and Nick Dawkan who literally bump into one another when children – and then whose lives take completely different directions. They remain utterly ignorant of the other – even though their friends meet, their acquaintances mingle, and their own paths blindly cross, notably centered around former child star Francesca Lanfield and the apartment complex La Fortuna, where Gwen resides. Though the two grow up absolutely wrong for one another, they nonetheless keep altering the course of each other’s lives without knowing it – or each other.

Extreme Measures – 1996
Role: Jodie Trammel

When a homeless man, wearing a mysterious hospital wristband, dies from bizarre symptoms in one of New York City’s busiest trauma rooms no one takes much notice except Dr. Guy Luthan, the attending physician that night. Professional concern soon deepens into disbelief as Luthan’s investigation unearths the shocking details of a private medical research program that centers around one of the country’s most revered medical figures–Dr. Lawrence Myrick. Luthan’s credibility, career and life are threatened as he edges ever closer to the unthinkable truth about the program, and the terrifying moral dilemma at its heart.

If Lucy Fell – 1996
Role: Lucy Ackerman

Therapist Lucy Ackerman’s thirtieth birthday is a month away, and the pact that she and her best friend, painter Joe MacGonaughgill, made years ago may now have to be honored. They vowed to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge if they didn’t find love before turning thirty. Joe somehow finds the courage to make the big leap: he finally speaks to his ravishing neighbor, a woman he’s been watching — and painting — through his bedroom window for years. Lucy ends a less-than-meaningful relationship with a guy named Dick and meets Bwick, an eccentric, yet charming and successful painter who could be “the one.” With their date on (and off) the bridge looming, Lucy and Joe find true love after all.

Mars Attacks! – 1996
Role: Nathalie Lake

Amid speculation that a meteorite crashed to Earth from Mars some 15,000 years ago and contains indications of simple life forms, “Mars Attacks!” offers definitive proof of life on the Angry Red Planet. No single-celled organisms, these alien invaders are the big-brained variety with a flair for ray guns and planetwide pandemonium. Citizens of Earth face their doom with gung-ho valor and brainless abandon as little green men from outer space gleefully terrorize the planet in an all-star, cross-country sci-fi comedy.

The First Wives Club – 1996
Role: Shelly Stewart

Marriage has turned into a crash dive for Brenda Morelli Cushman, Elise Elliot Atchison and Annie MacDuggan Paradise. These three well-heeled Manhattanites were chums during their college days, but they all took different paths. Brenda married an electronics-emporium magnate, Elise became a film star, Annie an Upper East Side housewife. They all helped their husbands build up hugely successful businesses. Now they’re reunited by catastrophe: Each has just been callously dumped by her husband in exchange for a younger, sexier “trophy wife.” There are sharks swimming around Manhattan, and most of them are pumped with silicone and squeezed into Spandex. Smarting from the pain, Brenda, Elise and Annie join forces and concoct a plan to exact the most exquisitely bitter vengeance upon their “exes.” War has been declared, and it will claim some of Manhattan’s poshest boardrooms and bedrooms as its battlefields. The First Wives Club is now in session. These are three ladies you do not want to mess with.

The Substance of Fire – 1996
Role: Sarah Geldhart

Holocaust survivor Isaac Geldhart is a venomously witty publisher who would rather sink his efforts into a six-volume history of Nazi medical experiments than publish anything remotely commercial. When his son Aaron, a partner in the firm, tries to convince him to publish a potential best seller, Isaac refuses to even consider the possibilty. Frustrated by his father’s obstinence, Aaron enlists the help of his siblings: Sarah, a quirky actress, and Martin, a sensitive teacher. Until now, Sarah and Martin have stayed out of such matters. But when their father’s stubbornness puts the firm on the brink of bankruptcy, they join their brother in a determined effort to save the family business.

Miami Rhapsody – 1995
Role: Gwyn Marcus

After accepting the marriage proposal of her zoologist boyfriend, a young copywriter gets cold feet when she discovers that each member of her family is engaged in an extramarital affair.

Ed Wood – 1993
Role: Dolores Fuller

Dolores Fuller Story of low-budget Hollywood director Edward D. Wood, Jr., whose notoriously “bad” cult films include “Glen or Glenda?” (USA/1953) and “Plan 9 from Outer Space” (USA/1956).

Striking Distance – 1994
Role: Jo Christman/Det. Emily Harper

Set against the backdrop of the Pittsburgh river system, a river patrol cop is on a quest to catch a serial killer at all costs.

Hocus Pocus – 1993
Role: Sarah Sanderson

During a Halloween in Salem, Mass., three witches are accidentally reincarnated as a young boy tries to impress the girl of his dreams.

Honeymoon in Vegas – 1992
Role: Betsy/Donna

On her deathbed, a mother makes her son promise never to get married, which scars him with psychological blocks to a commitment with his girlfriend. They finally decide to tie the knot in Vegas, but a wealthy gambler arranges for the man to lose $65K in a poker game and offers to clear the debt for a weekend with his fiancée. Suddenly the man is insanely jealous, and pursues his fiancée and her rich companion, but finds pitfalls in his path as the gambler tries to delay his interference.

L.A. Story – 1991
Role: SanDeE

After becoming disenchanted with living in Los Angeles, a television weatherman loses his job but rediscovers life with the help of a British reporter and the messages he sees on an electronic freeway traffic sign.

Flight Of The Navigator – 1986
Role: Carolyn McAdams

David Freeman (Joey Cramer), a 12-year-old boy, is mysteriously abducted by an alien ship and returns to Earth eight years later, still only 12. He now possesses great navigational powers that enable him to fly his space ship anywhere he desires. Along with the robotic Commander Max (voiced by Paul Reubens under the name Paul Mall) and Mascot Puckmarin, the boy encounters an adventure of extraterrestrial proportions.

Girls Just Want To Have Fun – 1985
Role: Janey Glenn

Janey is new in town, and soon meets Lynne, who shares her passion for dancing in general, and “Dance TV” in particular. When a competition is announced to find a new Dance TV regular couple, Janey and Lynne are determined to audition. The only problem is that Janey’s father doesn’t approve of that kind of thing.

First Born – 1984
Role: Lisa

A young divorcee, struggling to care for her two sons, becomes involved with a cocaine dealer who eventually moves in with her. His presence becomes a danger to both her and her children. Only her eldest son can save the family.

The Almost Royal Family – 1984
Role: Suzanne Henderson

The members of an average American family suddenly become royalty when they inherit an island that turns out to be its own country.

Footloose – 1984
Role: Rusty

When a city kid is forced to move to a conservative midwestern town, his tastes in rock music and his gyrating dance moves turn his high school upside-down and send the town and it’s local preacher into a frenzy.

Somewhere Tomorrow – 1983
Role: Lori Anderson

A young Sarah Jessica Parker stars in this drama as Lori Anderson, a girl trying to deal with the recent tragedy of her father’s death. As Lori’s mother moves on, Lori finds herself stuck, consumed by grief and anger. With the lingering feeling that something about her father’s passing was not right, Lori turns to his journals for answers. The events that follow catapult Lori into a strange romance with a ghost, resulting in a bizarre and mysterious journey that takes place somewhere between heaven and Earth.