Jeri Ryan stars in "Helix" on Syfy in the recurring role of Constance Sutton. She also recently starred in ABC's "Body of Proof" as Dr. Kate Murphey.

Jeri Ryan began her acting career with guest-starring roles on hit TV shows like "Melrose Place," "Matlock," "The Sentinel" and a series regular role on "Dark Skies." Her big break occurred when she was cast to play Seven of Nine, a Borg drone freed from the collective on the science fiction series "Star Trek: Voyager." Ryan later joined the cast of "Boston Public" as Ronnie Cooke, a role that the show's producer, David E. Kelley, wrote specifically for her. She also had a recurring role as Charlotte Morgan on "The O.C." and guest-starred on Kelley's "Boston Legal." Ryan starred in the CBS legal drama "Shark," playing Los Angeles District Attorney Jessica Devlin opposite James Woods.

After giving birth to her daughter Gisele, Ryan guest-starred in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" as defense attorney Patrice La Rue, and had a recurring role on the TNT drama "Leverage," as Tara Cole, a con woman whom Sophie (Gina Belman) calls on for help.

Ryan's film credits include "Down with Love" and "Dracula 2000," opposite Gerard Butler. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband, chef Christophe Eme, son Alex and daughter Gisele. Jeri and Christophe own and operate the LA-based French restaurant Ortolan.




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Age: 49 years old
Birthday: February 22, 1968
Height: 5' 8"
Full Name / Real Name: Jeri Lynn Zimmerman
Birthplace: Munich, Germany
Husband: Christophe Eme (6/16/2007, 1 child)
Jack Ryan (6/15/1991 - 8/27/1999, divorced, 1 child)


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