Birth Name: Sela Ward
Birth Place: Meridian, Mississippi, USA
Long and lean, with a stately air of cool composure, Ward racked up numerous television credits, both as a series guest star and in TV-movies, most often cast as refined, upper-crust characters. While guest spots on "Night Court" (NBC) and "Hotel" (ABC) kept her in the public eye and starring roles in the movies "Cameo by Night" (NBC, 1987), "Bridesmaids" (CBS, 1989) and USA Network's "The Haunting of Sarah Hardy" (1989) fortified her resume and offered her valuable experience, she wouldn't really arrive until she broke down her reserve entirely to play the highly emotional recovering alcoholic Teddy Reed on the NBC drama series "Sisters". Portraying a black sheep, the most down-to-earth, st...
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