Birth Place: Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Heather Elizabeth Langenkamp is a 5' 3" (1.6 m) American composer, makeup artist, director, producer and TV and movie actress. She was on born July 17, 1964 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. She is also known as Heather Langenkamp-Anderson. Her mother Mary Alice is an artist, and her father Robert Dobie is a petroleum attorney. Her father served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Energy in the Carter Administration, the Clinton Administration and as Director of the National Energy & Environmental Law & Policy Institute of the University of Tulsa College of Law. Heather has English, German and Scottish ancestry. Heather is the eldest sister of three siblings. Her brother Matthew Langenkamp was born in 1967 and works in Hong Kong. Her sister Daniel Langenkamp was born in 1969 and was a graduate student matriculating in Pakistan in 2001. Her sister Lucy Langenkamp was born in 1975 and studied art in Tibet in 2001.
Heather went to Booker T. Washington High School and graduated in 1982. She attended Stanford University and received an English degree which took her seven years to get because of her work schedule. She also graduated from an all girls school, National Cathedral School for Girls in Washington, D.C. Her first acting part in a movie was in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders (1983) which was filmed in Tulsa, her hometown.
Heather married Alan Pasqua on March 16, 1985 and divorced him in 1987. Heather and Alan have no children together. Heather married David LeRoy Anderson in 1990, and they have two children together. Their son David Atticus Anderson was born on May 24, 1991 and daughter Isabelle Eve Anderson was born on December 24, 1994. Heather and her husband David owns AFX Studio, which is a Special F/X Make-Up Studio located in Panorama City, California. David and Charlie Sheen were friends since high school, and Sheen was the best man at David’s wedding to Heather. She was also the owner of The Malibu Gum Factory, which sold chewing gums with trading cards of local surfers packaged in them. Heather and her family live in Malibu, California. Heather loves to take photographs and is an avid photographer.
Heather is famous for playing Nancy Thompson on the A Nightmare on Elm Street series and for playing Marie Lubbock on TV series Just the Ten of Us. She was the executive producer and narrator for the documentary Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy. Wes Craven's New Nightmare is based on many elements of an incident where Heather was stalked by a fan. She also played housewives with Shelley Fabares, who solved mysteries in Suburban Beat (1985). Her first-feature part in a movie was in 1984, Nickel Mountain. She leads a local beach clean up group and is a PTA member.
She was the makeup artist for Cinderella Man (2005), Evan Almighty (2007), The Cabin in the Woods (2012) and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013). She was ranked #6 on the "Hottest Women of Horror Movies" list in Maxim Magazine. Heather played Nancy Kerrigan in Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story (1994) and she also resembles Nancy in real life.
Movies Heather Langdenkamp has acted in:
1984 - Nickel Mountain
1984 - A Nightmare on Elm Street
1987 - A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
1994 - Wes Craven's New Nightmare
1995 - The Demolitionist
1999 - Fugitive Mind Suzanne Hicks
2007 - The Bet
2012 - The Butterfly Room
2013 - Star Trek Into Darkness
2014 - Home Heather
2015 - Getting the Kinks Out
Television show she acted in:
1984 - Passions - She played the part of Beth
1985 - Suburban Beat - She played the part of Hope Sherman
1986 - CBS Schoolbreak Special - She played the part of Erica
1986 - ABC Afterschool Special - She played the part of Paula Finkle
1986 - Heart of the City - She played the part of Audrey
1987 - The New Adventures of Beans Baxter - She played the part of Tracy
1987 - Hotel - She played the part of Monica
1988 - Growing Pains - She played the part of Marie
1988-1990 - Just the Ten of Us - She played the part of Marie Lubbock
1990 - Growing Pains - She played the part of Amy Boutilier
1994 - Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story - She played the part of Nancy Kerrigan
1997 - Perversions of Science - She played the part of Lou Ann Solomon
1999 - Partners - She played the part of Suzanne
2002 - JAG - She played the part of Janet Thompson
“I do like acting, but it is just something that I do on the side, being rich and famous is not a priority for me. I have my husband, my kids, my parents, my brothers and sisters, my home and enough money. I don't need to be this rich and famous millionaire actress, I am quite happy with what I have and I can't think of anything that might be lacking from my life”
“When I'm around actresses who've put their careers at the top of their priorities, we don't have much in common”
“I'm not rich or famous, and it doesn't bother me”
Actor Heather Langenkamp Movies / Films:Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) aka 2, Star Trek 2, Star Trek XII, Untitled Star Trek Sequel (2013) New Nightmare (1994) aka A Nightmare on Elm Street 7: The Real Story, A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 7: Freddy's Finale, A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 7: The Ascension, The New Nightmare, Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994) Shocker (1989) aka Shocker: No More Mr. Nice Guy, Wes Craven's Shocker (1989) A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987) A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Reviewed Movies Starring Heather Langenkamp
The true final installment to the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. This has the lead star (Heather Langenkamp) from the first movie as a regular person living her life as a movie star when things start…
Shocker is about a criminal who gets sent to the electric chair in order to carry out his vengeance on the football player who tipped off the police. I found this movie watchable but not a real bell ringer.
A great movie that takes us back to the first cast. The star from the first movie is back to help the kids of a asylum complaining that they don't want to sleep because "He" will get them. A…
The first in the Freddy Krueger line of Nightmare on Elm Street movies. This one has a teenager who discovers that people can be murdered in their dreams by this boogie man, Freddy Krueger. You must see…