Amanda Reardon

Angie Harmon will be seen this fall making her network television debut starring opposite Eric Roberts and D.B. Sweeney in the highly anticipated new drama series, "C-16." In the show, Angie portrays one of the rookie members of the FBI's elite crime unit.

Born to parents who were both models, Angie began her own modeling career at the age of two days. She was used by the hospital where she was born in a demonstration film on "How to Give Your Baby a Bath." She modeled throughout her childhood in Texas, although she found time to run track and to be on the drill team in high school. At age 15, she was chosen from 63,000 entrants as the winner of Seventeen Magazine's cover model contest. She then returned to Texas to graduate from Highland Park High School before being chosen as the winner of the Spectrum Model Search. Her $250,000 prize was awarded to her by the previous year's winner, supermodel Niki Taylor.

On Angie's first trip to Milan, she was cast in an unheard-of 19 fashion shows. She has worked for such renowned designers as Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani, Gianni Versace, Donna Karan, Comme des Garcons, Valentino and Karl Lagerfeld. She has appeared editorially in numerous magazines, including the American editions of Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, GQ and Esquire. She has also been photographed for the French and Italian editions of both Vogue and Glamour.

Realizing that her true passion was acting, Angie moved to Los Angeles and began to study. She was cast by John Duigan, who directed Elle McPherson in her feature film debut, "Sirens," in his next film, "Lawn Dogs." In this movie, Angie appears opposite Chris MacDonald and Kathleen Quinlan as Pamela, a wealthy good girl gone bad in small-town America.

Angie is single and currently lives in the Hollywood Hills with her dog, Dakota, her cat, Madeline and her fish, Hercules.