Born on March 8, 1970, in California, United States, Andrea Alexis Parker is an American TV and movie on-screen character and previous ballet performer. She started training ballet at age 6. She got into a professional dance organization at age 15. She quit her vocation in ballet following three periods of visiting and preparation to wind up a performer while functioning as a bartender.
Her initially recorded movie part was at age 19 in the motion picture Rented Lips in which she played an artist/nurse. She showed up as a Go-Go Dancer in the sitcom Married with Children in 2 scenes – "Prom Queen: The Sequel" and "Prom Queen: Part 1". Parker got an entry in TV playing a medical attendant on the honor winning Seinfeld scene "The Contest" in 1992.
After that first part, she had a few other cameos featuring roles in TV arrangement and motion pictures, most quite a repeating part in as Caitlin Pike in JAG and ER as Linda Farrell, the adoration enthusiasm of Dr. Doug Ross. Andrea became a body double for
Julia Roberts in the film named Pretty Woman; hers are the legs found in the opening scene of the primary character speeding up her boots. She likewise completed a few pilots before the picked up a cult following for her part as Miss Parker on the NBC TV show The Pretender.
She also played a wealthy, affected neighbor on the network program named My Name Is Earl. After The Pretender dropped by NBC in 2000, Parker did another visitor spot on JAG before marking on to repeat her character as Miss Parker in the telemovies for The Pretender, which disclosed on TNT in 2001. She at that point came back to sitcom TV in 2002 and featured in the ABC drama Less than Perfect as Lydia Weston until canceled in 2006. From 2011 to 2012, Parker had repeating part of Jane Carlson in the ABC arrangement Desperate Housewives.
She later featured in NBC dramatization pilot Beautiful People, and then cast of ABC Family sitcom Pretty Little Liars. She worked on TV syndicated programs and VIP occasions, for example, the different celebrity poker competitions. Parker underpins different foundations, for example, Project Angel Food, The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's research the National Hospice Palliative Care Organization and Glenn Siegel's My Good Friend philanthropy association. In February of 2006, she went to a benefit with previous Pretender co-stars James Denton and Michael T. Weiss for Cure Autism Now. Parker is likewise prepared as a stunt driver and can deal with guns.