Birth Name: Helen Hunt
Birth Place: Culver City, California, USA
Born in the Culver City area of Los Angeles on June 15, 1963, Hunt was the daughter of actor-director father, Gordon, and photographer mother, Jane. When she was three years old, the family moved to New York City, where Hunt was first exposed to live theater and began to develop an interest in acting. With her father's encouragement and coaching, she landed her first acting job upon the family's return to L.A. in 1972. She appeared in the homesteading-themed TV movie "Pioneer Woman" (ABC, 1973) and was soon a series regular on "Amy Prentiss" (NBC, 1974-75), portraying the daughter of a San Francisco policewoman (Jessica Walter). She played a young member of the "Swiss Family Robinson" (ABC 1...
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