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Sela Ward Biography

    Hallelujah for Sela. Everyones favorite "Sister" was born Sela Ann Ward, on July 11, 1956, in Meridian, Mississippi. Selas parents were Granberry Holland (an electrical engineer) and Annie Kate Ward; the 3 younger children in the family are Jenna (1957), Berry (1959) and Brock (1961). "Sela" is a Hebrew word that means "rock, boulder, cliff." Sela graduated from the University of Alabama in 1977, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and advertising; Sela was also a cheerleader for the Crimson Tide football team, a Homecoming Queen and a member of the Chi Omega sorority. Sela moved to New York to work for an advertising agency. Responding to a friends suggestion that she was tall (57") and pretty enough to try modeling, Sela began a highly successful career with the Wilhelmina Agency. Selas first gig was in the Pepsi advertising department, and her first commercial was for Maybelline. After appearing in 20 national TV commercials, Sela moved to L.A. and got her first TV role in "Emerald Point N.A.S." (1983) ; she dated tall costar Richard Dean Anderson for 3 years (which is much longer than the TV series lasted). Selas movie break came by appearing with Burt Reynolds in the film The Man Who Loved Women (1983), and by now her acting career was established. But perhaps Sela is best known for starring in the TV series "Sisters" (1991), which ran for 6 seasons. The series was a big hit with women, and if the males in the audience stuck around after the steamy (literally) opening sauna sequence, they too would discover a series with fascinating writing and story plots, with Sela as "Teddy"-- in the fashion industry she began her first company, which she wanted to call Teddy Wear. In 1992 and 1994, Sela got the Golden Globe nomination for best lead actress in a drama series; in 1994, she won an Emmy Award and, in 1996, the Screen Actors Guild Award. During the series run, Sela married Howard Sherman (May 23, 1992 - present). They had two children: Austin Ward (May 13, 1994), Anabella Raye (May 30, 1998). Still very much a pretty woman, Sela appeared in Runaway Bride (1999) as Pretty Bar Woman. In 2000, Sela won her 2nd Emmy award, this time for work in "Once and Again" (1999).

Sela Ward Filmography

  • (2012) CSI: NY - Season 8: Honoring Our Heroes as Herself
  • (2012) The Magic Eight as Herself
  • (2009) Best of CMT Music Awards as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2009) The Stepfather as Susan Harding
  • (2006) CMT: The Greatest - Sexiest Southern Women as Herself
  • (2006) Discovery Atlas as Narator
  • (2006) Rachael Ray as Herself
  • (2006) The Guardian as Helen Randall
  • (2006) The Megan Mullally Show as Herself
  • (2005) Dancing with the Stars as Herself
  • (2005) Made in Hollywood as Herself
  • (2005) Mississippi Rising as Herself
  • (2005) Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast as Herself
  • (2005) The 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (2005) The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson as Herself
  • (2004) CSI: NY as Jo Danville
  • (2004) Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights as Jeannie Miller
  • (2004) Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter as Kelly Easterbrook (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2004) House M.D. as Stacy Warner
  • (2004) MTV Special: Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights as Jeannie Miller
  • (2004) Suburban Madness as Bobbi Bacha
  • (2004) The Day After Tomorrow as Dr. Lucy Hall
  • (2004) The Jane Pauley Show as Herself - Target Fundraiser Interview
  • (2004) The Tony Danza Show as Herself
  • (2002) Brilliant But Cancelled as (archive footage)
  • (2002) Shirtless: Hollywood's Sexiest Men as Narrator (voice)
  • (2002) The 59th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a TV Series Drama & Presenter: Best Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy
  • (2002) The Badge as Carla Hardwick
  • (2002) The Wayne Brady Show as Herself
  • (2001) 7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series and Presenter
  • (2001) America: A Tribute to Heroes as Herself
  • (2001) The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as
  • (2001) The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a TV-Series Drama
  • (2000) Catch a Falling Star as Sydney Clarke, aka Cheryl Belson
  • (2000) CBS Cares as Herself
  • (2000) My VH1 Music Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (2000) The 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Winner: Best Lead Actress in Drama Series and Presenter
  • (2000) The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a TV Series-Drama
  • (2000) The Changing Face of Beauty as Host
  • (1999) Once and Again as Lily Manning
  • (1999) Runaway Bride as Pretty Woman in Bar
  • (1999) The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (1999) The Early Show as Herself
  • (1999) The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn as Herself
  • (1999) The Martin Short Show as Herself
  • (1999) The Reef as Anna Leath
  • (1998) 54 as Billie Auster
  • (1998) The 1998 Annual ShoWest Awards as Herself - Host
  • (1997) Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Women as Marie-Rose Gineste (segment "Woman on a Bicycle")
  • (1997) The 19th Annual CableACE Awards as Herself - Host
  • (1997) The New Batman Adventures as Calendar Girl/Page Monroe (voice)
  • (1997) The View as Herself
  • (1996) 2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series & Presenter
  • (1996) 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special
  • (1996) E! True Hollywood Story as Herself
  • (1996) My Fellow Americans as Kaye Griffin
  • (1996) The 18th Annual CableACE Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (1996) The Daily Show as Herself
  • (1996) The Rosie O'Donnell Show as Herself
  • (1995) Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story as Jessica Savitch
  • (1995) Hollywood's Most Powerful Women as Herself - Host
  • (1995) The 17th Annual CableACE Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (1995) The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series
  • (1995) The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
  • (1994) The 16th Annual CableACE Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (1994) The 1994 Ambbassador of Hope Awards as Herself
  • (1994) The 46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Winner: Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series & Co-Presenter: Best Writing in a Miniseries or Special
  • (1994) The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series - Drama
  • (1994) The 66th Annual Academy Awards as Herself - Audience Member
  • (1994) The 9th Annual ASC Awards as Herself
  • (1993) Frasier as Kelly Easterbrook
  • (1993) Intimate Portrait as Herself
  • (1993) Killer Rules as Dorothy Wade
  • (1993) The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Audience Member
  • (1993) The Fugitive as Helen Kimble
  • (1992) Double Jeopardy as Karen Hart
  • (1992) The 27th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (1992) The Tonight Show with Jay Leno as Herself
  • (1992) Vicki! as Herself
  • (1991) Child of Darkness, Child of Light as Sister Anne
  • (1991) One on One with John Tesh as Herself
  • (1991) Sisters as Theodora 'Teddy' Reed Margolis Falconer Sorenson
  • (1991) Sisters as Theodora 'Teddy' Reed Margolis Falconer Sorenson (credit only)
  • (1991) The 15th Annual Women in Film Crystal Awards as Herself
  • (1991) The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special
  • (1990) Rainbow Drive as Laura Demming
  • (1989) Bridesmaids as Caryl
  • (1989) Christine Cromwell as Toni Cerreta
  • (1989) The Haunting of Sarah Hardy as Sarah Hardy
  • (1988) Live with Regis and Kathie Lee as Herself - Guest
  • (1987) Cameo by Night as Jennifer/Cameo
  • (1987) Hello Again as Kim Lacey
  • (1987) Steele Justice as Tracy
  • (1987) The King of Love as Annie Larkspur
  • (1986) L.A. Law as Lynette Pierce
  • (1986) Nothing in Common as Cheryl Ann Wayne
  • (1986) The Oprah Winfrey Show as Herself
  • (1985) I Had Three Wives as Emily
  • (1985) Rustlers' Rhapsody as Colonel's Daughter
  • (1984) Night Court as Heather
  • (1984) Night Court as Heather (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (1983) Emerald Point N.A.S. as Hilary Adams
  • (1983) Hotel as Isabel Atwood
  • (1983) The Man Who Loved Women as Janet Wainwright
  • (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself

Sela Ward Trivia and Facts

  • Has a son, Austin Ward Sherman (born May 13, 1994), and a daughter, Anabella Raye Sherman (born May 30, 1998), with her husband, Howard Sherman .
  • 2002: Her mother, Annie, died while battling ovarian cancer. Her father, Granberry, a retired engineer, died of complications following surgery at age 85 in January 2009.
  • Is an initiated sister of Chi Omega Fraternity
  • Was considered for the role of Megan Donner on "CSI: Miami" (2002) but turned it down.
  • Former cheerleader in both high school as well as at the University of Alabama.
  • Her husband, Howard Sherman , is a venture capitalist.
  • She was reportedly offered but turned down the role of "Susan", which eventually went to Teri Hatcher on "Desperate Housewives" (2004).
  • Member of Phi Beta Kappa honor society.
  • Played Kevin Costner s wife in The Guardian (2006/I). In The Fugitive (1993) she played Harrison Ford s wife. Costner was considered at one point to play Dr. Richard Kimble, the role that eventually went to Ford.
  • 1977: Graduated from the University of Alabama.
  • 1996: Was turned down for the part of a Bond Girl, reportedly because the director thought she was too old.
  • (October 2008) Participated in the 3rd Munchkins Project Pink annual breast cancer awareness campaign to raise money for breast cancer research. The project consists of the donation of celebrity-decorated and autographed bath ducks, put up for auction.

Sela Ward Quotes

  • [after being rejected for the femme fatale role in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) at age 39] Id never felt more sexy and more confident as a woman, and more ready as an actress. Yet, as I quickly discovered, if you were over 35, you werent any of those things as far as Hollywood is concerned.

Sela Ward Photoshoots

  • "More" (USA), January 2006
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), August 2003, Iss. 27, pg. 66-67, by: staff, "The 25 Sexiest Stars of the Year #7 Sela Ward"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1994, Vol. 7, Iss. 9, pg. 46-47, by: staff, "Sisters Act: Sela Ward"

Sela Ward Other Works

  • 1999-2000: TV commercials for Sprint long-distance phone service.
  • 2000: TV commercial for QVC and NWCRA (National Women's Cancer Research
  • Alliance) combined fund-raising event.
  • 2000: Executive producer of Lifetime documentary "Beauty and Aging
  • in America".
  • 1981: TV commercial for Camay soap.
  • 2000: TV commercial for Sprint.
  • Late 1970s-early 1980s: TV commercial for Maybeline Fresh Lash 24-hour mascara.
  • 2006: TV commercial "Arnold Palmer Hospital For Children".
  • 2006: Print ads for Kellogg's Smart Start breakfast cereal.
  • Appeared in 'The Muppets' ' "She Drives Me Crazy" music video.
  • 1979: TV commercial for Ultra Brite Toothpaste
  • 1979: TV commercial for Maybelline Fresh Lash Mascara
  • (2009) Commercials for Crest toothpaste (voice over).

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