Marg Helgenberger

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Helgenberger at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International
Born
Mary Marg Helgenberger

(1958-11-16) November 16, 1958 (age 61)
Other namesMary Helgenberger
OccupationActress
Years active1977–present
Known for China Beach   CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Spouse(s)
Alan Rosenberg
(m. 1989;div. 2010)
Children1

Mary Marg Helgenberger (born November 16, 1958) is an American actress. She began her career in the early 1980s and first came to attention for playing the role of Siobhan Ryan on the daytime soap opera Ryan's Hope from 1982 to 1986. She is best known for her roles as Catherine Willows in the CBS police procedural drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–13) and the subsequent TV movie Immortality (2015) and as K.C. Koloski in the ABC drama China Beach (1988–91), which earned her the 1990 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

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She is also known for roles in the TV series Under the Dome and Intelligence , and the films Species (1995), Species II (1998), Erin Brockovich (2000), and Mr. Brooks (2007).

Early life

Helgenberger was born in Fremont, Nebraska, to Mary Kay (née Bolte), a nurse, and Hugh Helgenberger, a meat inspector. [1] [2] She was raised in North Bend, Nebraska, where she graduated from North Bend Central High School. Helgenberger is of Irish and German descent [3] and had a Roman Catholic upbringing. [4] She has one older sister named Ann and a younger brother named Curt. Helgenberger played the French horn in her high school marching band. Until she went to college, Helgenberger aspired to be a nurse like her mother, but attended Kearney State College (now the University of Nebraska at Kearney) in Kearney, Nebraska, then attended Northwestern University's School of Speech in Evanston, Illinois, (now the School of Communication) and earned a B.S. degree in speech and drama. [5]

Career

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Helgenberger at the 1990 Emmy Awards

Helgenberger began as a nightly weather person at KHGI-TV, the ABC affiliate in Kearney, while attending college (her name was changed by the producer to Margi McCarty). During the summer, she also worked as a deboner at her father's meatpacking plant. After portraying the role of Blanche Dubois in a university production of A Streetcar Named Desire , she developed an interest in acting.

While performing in a summer 1981 NU campus production of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew , where she played Kate, Helgenberger was spotted by a scout for the TV soap opera Ryan's Hope . Soon after completing college, Helgenberger landed her first professional role on the long-running ABC Daytime soap opera in March 1982, playing amateur cop Siobhan Ryan Novak DuBujak, a role previously played by Ann Gillespie. After nearly four years, Helgenberger left the show in January 1986 to pursue new opportunities.

Helgenberger guest-starred in an episode of the ABC series Spenser: For Hire , NBC's Matlock , and ABC's thirtysomething . She also played a regular role as Natalie Thayer, opposite Margot Kidder and James Read, on the six-episode drama comedy series Shell Game (1987).

She then had a role as Karen Charlene "K.C." Koloski, a heroin-addicted prostitute on the ABC war drama series China Beach from 1988 to 1991. The role earned her an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 1990.

In 1989, Helgenberger made her feature-film debut in a leading role as an all-night answering-service operator in one segment of the Wheat brothers' horror anthology After Midnight . She followed it up with a role in Steven Spielberg's romantic comedy-drama Always (starring Richard Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter, and John Goodman), a modern version of the original 1943 Victor Fleming film A Guy Named Joe .

During the early to mid-1990s, Helgenberger played the love interest to Woody Harrelson's character in The Cowboy Way (1994), and had a small role as Capt. Alison Sinclair in Michael Bay's action comedy film Bad Boys (1995). She also played Dr. Laura Baker, a molecular biologist, in Roger Donaldson's science-fiction thriller, Species (1995), and reprised the role in a sequel, Species II (1998).

Helgenberger had roles in the television films Not on the Frontline and In Sickness and in Health. She played opposite Bruno Kirby in I'll Be Waiting, and as a novelist on the miniseries Stephen King's The Tommyknockers opposite Jimmy Smits. After playing a recurring role as George Clooney's love interest on NBC's medical drama ER , Helgenberger appeared as David Caruso's sex-starved widow on Showtime's Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast. She starred with Steven Seagal in the 1997 action film Fire Down Below and portrayed the furious sibling to Steven Weber's character on the miniseries about the elusive Gulf War syndrome, Thanks of a Grateful Nation . She also starred opposite Ann-Margret in Showtime's Happy Face Murders .

In 2000, Helgenberger made a guest appearance in the Valentine's Day episode of Frasier , in which Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) finally wears down his dad Martin's resistance and gets the older man to accompany him to the opera. Actually, this invitation is but a smokescreen, so that Frasier can "accidentally" run into his newest dream girl Emily (Helgenberger).

Helgenberger co-starred in the role of Catherine Willows, a former show girl employed as a blood-spatter analyst on the CBS drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation . Her performance as the female lead has earned her two Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe nominations. In 2005, her fellow cast members and she won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. When CSI first started filming, Helgenberger visited the Clark County Coroner's Office to learn about her role, even viewing autopsies in progress. Helgenberger got the chance to act with her husband, Alan Rosenberg, when he guest-starred on CSI, season five ("Weeping Willows") and season seven ("Leaving Las Vegas").

During her time on the show, Helgenberger acted in the feature film Erin Brockovich and portrayed Patsy Ramsey on the miniseries about the mysterious murder of six-year-old beauty-pageant contestant JonBenét Ramsey in Perfect Murder, Perfect Town . She also starred as Dennis Quaid's wife and Scarlett Johansson's mother in writer-director Paul Weitz's romantic drama comedy In Good Company (2004).

In 2006, Helgenberger's hometown of North Bend, Nebraska, renamed the street on which Helgenberger had her childhood home "Helgenberger Avenue".

In 2007, she was in the film Mr. Brooks with Kevin Costner in which her character's daughter is played by Danielle Panabaker, the sister of Kay Panabaker, who plays her fictional daughter on CSI.

In April 2008, Helgenberger was chosen as an endorser of the Got Milk? campaign. [6]

In December 2009, Forbes magazine placed Helgenberger third among primetime's top-earning women, with estimated earnings of $9.5 million, after Tyra Banks and Katherine Heigl. [7]

Helgenberger received the 2,458th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on January 23, 2012, for her television work. [8] [9]

She lent her voice as Greek goddess Hera to the straight-to-video animated film Wonder Woman . [10]

Following William Petersen's departure from CSI, Helgenberger became one of the two highest paid actors in any of the CSI franchises, earning $375,000 per episode, the same as David Caruso, and $25,000 more per episode than Laurence Fishburne. [11]

Helgenberger only appeared in the first 12 episodes of the 12th season of CSI, as she wanted to return to the stage. The producers said they left the door open for Helgenberger if she wanted to return. Helgenberger left the show on January 25, 2012, during a two-part episode ("Ms. Willows Regrets" and "Willows in the Wind"). The last one was the most-watched episode of the season with 14.26 million viewers. [12]

Helgenberger also starred as Lilian Strand in the series Intelligence alongside Josh Holloway and Meghan Ory. [13] Additionally, she briefly returned to CSI as Catherine for the 300th episode. [14] In February 2015, she joined the third season of Under the Dome. [15]

Personal life

In 1984, Helgenberger met Alan Rosenberg, a guest actor on Ryan's Hope . The two became friends and started dating in 1986. They married in 1989 and have one son, Hugh Howard Rosenberg (b. 1990), named after Helgenberger's late father. On December 1, 2008, the couple announced that they were separating, and on March 25, 2009, she filed for divorce. [16] [17] Their divorce was finalized in February 2010. [18]

As a result of Helgenberger's mother's 27-year battle against breast cancer, Helgenberger and Rosenberg became involved in breast-cancer-related charity and have hosted a benefit called Marg and Alan's Celebrity Weekend annually in Omaha since 1999.

Filmography

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Helgenberger at a ceremony for Jerry Bruckheimer to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in June 2013

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1982 Tootsie Suzanne
1989 After Midnight Alex
1989 Always Rachel
1989Peacemaker [19] Mrs. Cooper
1991 Crooked Hearts Jennetta
1993 Distant Cousins Connie
1994 The Cowboy Way Margarette
1995Just LookingDarlene Carpenter
1995 Bad Boys Capt. Alison Sinclair
1995 Species Dr. Laura Baker
1996Frame by FrameDet. Rose Ekberg
1996 My Fellow Americans JoannaUncredited Cameo [20]
1997 Fire Down Below Sarah Kellogg
1997 The Last Time I Committed Suicide Lizzy
1998 Species II Dr. Laura Baker
1999 Lethal Vows Ellen Farris
2000 Erin Brockovich Donna Jensen
2004 In Good Company Ann Foreman
2007 Mr. Brooks Mrs. Emma Brooks
2008 Columbus Day Alice
2009 Wonder Woman Hera
2009Conan: Red NailPrincess Tascela
2016 Holding Patterns Samantha
2019 A Dog's Journey Hannah Montgomery

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1982–86 Ryan's Hope Siobhan Ryan Contract role
1986 Spenser: For Hire Nancy KetteringEpisode: "An Eye for an Eye"
1987 Shell Game Natalie Thayer6 episodes
1987 Matlock Laura NorwoodEpisode: "The Gambler"
1988–91 China Beach Karen Charlene KoloskiSeries regular (61 episodes)
1990Blind VengeanceVirginia WhitelawMovie
1991 Tales from the Crypt VickyEpisode: "Deadline"
1991 The Hidden Room JaneEpisode: "A Friend in Need"
1991Death DreamsCrista WestfieldMovie
1992In Sickness and in HealthMickeyMovie
1992 Through the Eyes of a Killer Laurie FisherMovie
1993PartnersGeorgeanne BidwellMovie
1993 The Tommyknockers Roberta "Bobbi" AndersonMiniseries
1993 Fallen Angels Eve CressyEpisode: "I'll Be Waiting"
1993The Seduction of John HearnDebbie BanisterMovie
1994KeysMaureen KickasolaMovie
1994 Lie Down with Lions Kate NessenMovie
1994Where Are My Children?Vanessa Meyer Vernon ScottMovie
1995 The Larry Sanders Show Susan ElliotEpisode: "Nothing Personal"
1995InflammableKay DolanMovie
1996 ER Karen Hines5 episodes
1997 Murder Live! Pia PostmanMovie
1997Gold CoastKaren DiCiliaMovie
1998Giving Up the GhostAnna HobsonMovie
1998 Thanks of a Grateful Nation Jerrilynn FolzMovie
1999 Happy Face Murders Jen PowellMovie
2000 Frasier EmilyEpisode: "Out with Dad"
2000 Perfect Murder, Perfect Town Patsy RamseyMovie
2000–12, 2013 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Catherine Willows Credited in 264 episodes
2004 King of the Hill Mrs. HanoverEpisode: "Hank's Back"
2014 Intelligence Lilian StrandSeries regular (13 episodes)
2015 Under the Dome Christine PriceRecurring [21]
2015 CSI: Immortality FBI S.S.A. Catherine Willows TV movie
2017 Hell's Kitchen HerselfEpisode: "Aerial Maneuvers"; Attended dinner service honoring the Stand Up to Cancer contributors
2019–present All Rise Judge Lisa BennerSeries regular

Video games

YearTitleRoleNotes
2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Catherine Willows
2004 CSI: Dark Motives Catherine Willows

Awards and nominations

The following is a list of accolades received by Helgenberger:

AssociationYearCategoryTitleResultRef
AARP Movies for Grownups Awards 2005Best Grownup Love Story (shared with Dennis Quaid ) In Good Company Nominated
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 2001 Favorite Supporting Actress – Drama Erin Brockovich Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 1991 Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television China Beach Nominated [22]
2002 Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated
2003 Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated [23]
Online Film & Television Association 2001Best Actress in a New Drama Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation |style="background: #99FF99; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="yes table-yes2"|Won [24]
People's Choice Awards 2005 Favorite Female Television Star CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Won
Primetime Emmy Awards 1990 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series China Beach Won [25]
1991 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series China Beach Nominated [26]
1992 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series China Beach Nominated [27]
2001 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated [28]
2003 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated [29]
Satellite Awards 2002 Best Actress in a Series – Drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2002 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated [30]
2003 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated [31]
2004 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated [32]
2005 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Won [33]
TV Guide Awards 2001 Actress of the Year in a New Series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated
Viewers for Quality Television Awards 1989 Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series China Beach Won
1990 Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series China Beach Won
1991 Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series China Beach Won

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