Apr. 12th, 1968
Huntington, New York, USA
Alicia Coppola's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles
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Coppola started her TV career as a hostess on the MTV game show Remote Control. In 1991, she was hired to play vixen Lorna Devon on the soap opera Another World; she played the role until 1994. Her better-known TV jobs include a recurring role on Trinity (1998), a starring role on the American remake of the British comedy Cold Feet (1999), and top billing on the TNT drama Bull (2000). She played Leesa in a 1999 episode of Sports Night, appeared briefly as Lt. Stadi in the pilot episode of Star Trek: Voyager, played a murderer on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a widow who marries her late husband's killer on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and appeared several times as a military lawyer on JAG and NCIS (she also appeared in an episode of NCIS: Los Angeles, but as a different character). Coppola also took on the unusual role of a female serial killer agreeing to help catch her copycat in the 2005 episode of Crossing Jordan titled "Road Kill". She had a recurring role on NBC's American Dreams playing the role of Nancy. She appeared in Two and a Half Men as Dr. Michelle Talmadge, in episode "Woo-Hoo, a Hernia-Exam!" (2004).
Coppola guest-starred on the season 2 episode "Little Angels" of CBS' NCIS: Los Angeles, playing FBI agent Amy Rand, an expert on kidnapping cases. She has also guest-starred on The Nine Lives of Chloe King as Valentina, the leader of the Mai. She guest starred on Monk in "Mr. Monk and the Blackout" as the power plant public relations spokes person and as Monk's date. She recently appeared in the MTV series Teen Wolf as the powerful Alpha werewolf Talia Hale.
- Alicia and her husband, 'Anthony Michael Jones' (qv), are expecting their second child, a girl, in November 2008.
- Sister of 'Matthew Coppola' (qv).
- Daughter Esmé Marlena was born November 7, 2008.
- Has a daughter, Mila Roselena, born October 2002, with her husband, 'Anthony Michael Jones' (qv).
- Cousin of 'Denise Di Novi' (qv).
- No relation to 'Francis Ford Coppola' (qv).
- Bachelor's degree from NYU, 1990.