Lisa Eichhorn Biography, Age, Spouse, Movies And TV Shows, SVU And Miami Vice


Lisa Eichhorn Biography

Lisa Eichhorn is an American actress, writer and also a producer. She was born on February 4th, 1952 in Glens Falls, New York City.

She is the daughter to Elizabeth Golly and Frank Warren Eichhorn. The family moved to Westbury, Long Island but then moved to Read, Pennsylvania after a short period and this is where she attended Mt. Penn High School.

She then left school to go and study in Svolvaer, Norway and she graduated from Mt. Penn in absentia back in 1970. She took a wide range of subjects at Queen’s University but then, she realized her passion was in drama and English. She left Ontario after two years and joined St. Peter’s College, Oxford, on a one-year-long Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship.

Lisa Eichhorn Age

She was born on February 4th, 1952 in Glens Falls, New York City. She is 66 years old as of 2019.

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Lisa Eichhorn Spouse | Lisa Eichhorn Richard Moxon

She was previously married to John Curless from 1976 to 1979. She then got married to Ben Nye Jr. from 1981 to 1986. She has now been married to Richard Moxon since 2005.

Lisa Eichhorn Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of 15 million.

Lisa Eichhorn Acting Career

After moving on from RADA in 1977, Eichhorn quickly started practices for the Queen’s Theater, Hornchurch, playing Ophelia in Hamlet.

This was trailed by a wide scope of territorial work, including Stop the World – I Want to Get Off for the Queen’s Theater, Rosalind in As You Like It at the Bolton Octagon, The Wings of the Dove for the BBC, and The Fatal Weakness inverse Elaine Stritch at the Theater Royal, Windsor.

In December 1977, Eichhorn met with John Schlesinger for the job of Lancashire shop-young lady Jean Moreton in his wartime sentiment, Yanks. She persuaded him she was British and he gave her a screen test and, in this manner, the part.

In spite of the fact that Eichhorn at that point felt compelled by a sense of honor to reveal to Schlesinger she was really American, he demanded that she was his decision paying little heed to her nationality. Eichhorn won two Golden Globe designations for her presentation in Yanks: Best Actress and Best New Star.

The day in the wake of taping wrapped on Yanks, Eichhorn traveled to Boston to play Gertrude Wentworth in Merchant-Ivory’s The Europeans, for which she won a BAFTA assignment for Best Supporting Actress.

Eichhorn made a bunch of London TV appearances, at that point moved to Hollywood where she worked together with on-screen character Treat Williams on her first American film, Why Would I Lie? (initially titled The Fabricator).

Around this time, Ivan Passer and Paul Gurian enrolled Eichhorn to play Maureen (Mo) Cutter in Cutter’s Way (beforehand Cutter and Bone) with Jeff Bridges and John Heard. Eichhorn’s exhibition as Alex Cutter’s insightful, alcoholic spouse was regarded as “the most underestimated presentation of the decade” by the American Film Institute and earned her the Best Actress Award (American division) at the Deauville Film Festival.

In 1980, Eichhorn was thrown inverse Gene Hackman in the low-spending Universal element, All Night Long. Barbra Streisand’s then-operator, Sue Mengers, needed a greater excursion for her better half, chief Jean-Claude Tramont, and influenced him to supplant Eichhorn with Streisand on the film: three weeks into head photography Eichhorn was terminated from the venture.

In the mid-year, Eichhorn made a trip to Poland to shoot the CBS/TimeLife adventure The Wall for Harry Sherman. She moved to Connecticut for the introduction of her little girl in 1981, at that point came back to L.A. to play Margaret in The Hasty Heart inverse Kurt Russell. George Cukor came behind the stage after one execution and disclosed to her she resembled Greta Garbo.

Eichhorn’s film work right now included Wildrose and Opposing Force in L.A. also, East Lynne, with Martin Shaw, and The Weather in the Streets, with Michael York and Joanna Lumley, for the BBC in London.

In 1984, Eichhorn featured in Golden Boy at the Royal National Theater, London. She made her New York theater debut inverse Nathan Lane in The Common Pursuit in 1986, while playing Elizabeth Carlyle on All My Children for a year.

Eichhorn was welcome to be a Life Member of the Actors Studio in 1988. She shot the movie Moon 44 for Roland Emmerich in Germany, at that point started a productive relationship with the Royal Exchange Theater in Manchester, England, in Alex Finlayson’s honor winning Winding the Ball, under the course of Greg Hersov.

In 1990, Eichhorn made her Broadway debut at the Belasco Theater in The Speed of Darkness, with Len Cariou, Stephen Lang, and Robert Sean Leonard. She proceeded to star inverse Sada Thompson and Justin Kirk at whatever Day at the Longacre Theater, and in the film A Modern Affair inverse Stanley Tucci.

In 1996, Eichhorn came back to Los Angeles for her little girl’s secondary school profession. She featured in two more Hersov-Finlayson joint efforts at the Royal Exchange Manchester: Tobaccoland and Misfits, in which she played Marilyn Monroe. She came back to New York in 2000 to do an assortment of theater, TV and educating.

In 2003, Eichhorn moved back to London to seek after composition and delivering. She came back to the Royal Exchange Manchester in 2004 to play Ouisa in Six Degrees of Separation and played Joy Gresham inverse Julian Glover’s C.S. Lewis in Shadowlands at Salisbury Playhouse.

Eichhorn keeps on living in London where she works in the theater (Women of Lockerbie, Enduring Freedom) and TV (Spooks, Midsomer Murders, Inspector Morse, Cracker) while building up a few ventures for the film. In 2007, Eichhorn created and co-composed Defenders of Riga, which was the official Latvian film section to the 2009 Academy Awards.

Eichhorn started showing Acting and Directing in 1992 at the School of Visual Arts in New York. She has taught at the University of Southern California, Disney, DreamWorks, and London’s National Film and Television School and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

She has likewise been a visitor speaker at the Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival and has educated in Milan, Kosovo, and Latvia under the support of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Visiting Artists Program.

Lisa Eichhorn Movies And TV Shows

Movies And TV Shows

  • The Wings of the Dove
  • Yanks
  • The Europeans (film)
  • Roald Dahl’s Tales of the Unexpected
  • Why Would I Lie?
  • Cutter’s Way
  • The Wall
  • East Lynne
  • Feel the Heat
  • The Weather in the Streets
  • Wildrose
  • Miami Vice
  • Blind Justice
  • Opposing Force
  • Murder in Three Acts
  • All My Children
  • The Equalizer
  • Saracen
  • Frederick Forsyth Presents: Pride and Extreme Prejudice
  • Moon 44
  • Grim Prairie Tales
  • Nocturne
  • A Woman Named Jackie
  • Swamp Thing
  • Devlin
  • Law & Order
  • The Vanishing
  • Tribeca
  • King of the Hill
  • Law & Order
  • Lulu Askew
  • A Modern Affair
  • Murder, She Wrote
  • First Kid
  • Sticks and Stones
  • C-16: FBI
  • The Practice
  • Touched by an Angel
  • Law & Order
  • Diana: The People’s Princess
  • Goodbye Lover
  • Judas Kiss
  • Chicago Hope
  • Inspector Morse
  • Angel Blue
  • L.A. Doctors
  • Judging Amy
  • The Talented Mr. Ripley
  • Boys and Girls
  • Things Left Unsaid
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • Strong Medicine
  • Spooks
  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent
  • Law & Order
  • Kenneth Tynan: In Praise of Hardcore
  • Jericho
  • Cracker
  • Midsomer Murders
  • Stolen
  • About Time
  • The Confessions

Production Credits

  • Defenders of Riga
  • Unsuitable Wives
  • When Sparrows Fall
  • Untitled Henry James Project

Lisa Eichhorn SVU

In SVU, she portrayed Peyton Kleberg in one episode. The detectives that are part of the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit investigate crimes of sexual nature. While the focus of the other shows in the `Law & Order’ franchise largely deal with murder cases, the SVU detectives frequently deal with crimes, such as rapes, in which the victim survives and assists authorities in the investigation.

The series features a cast of veteran actors, including Mariska Hargitay, Richard Belzer, Dann Florek and, after the first season, rapper Ice-T. Occasional crossover episodes feature detectives from other series in the `Law & Order’ franchise.

No. of episodes: 448 (list of episodes)
Director: David Platt
Networks: NBC, USA Network

Lisa Eichhorn Miami Vice

She played the character role of Danielle Hier in one episode of this TV show. A case involving drug lords and murder in South Florida takes a personal turn for undercover detectives Sonny Crockett (Colin Farrell) and Ricardo Tubbs (Jamie Foxx).

Unorthodox Crockett gets involved romantically with the Chinese-Cuban wife of a trafficker of arms and drugs, while Tubbs deals with an assault on those he loves.

Initial release: 20 July 2006 (Westwood)
Director: Michael Mann
Box office: 163.8 million USD
Budget: 136 million USD
Producers: Michael Mann, Anthony Yerkovich, Pieter Jan Brugge

Lisa Eichhorn Interview Offensive Premiere

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