De Mornay made her premiere in the first episode of the series' sixth season, playing Elaine Nichols, a wealthy seductress to Noah Wyle 's beloved character Dr. Carter, the twist being that the. Although De Mornay and Rooker put on a good show of passion - the way Rooker's character is scripted - one wonders if a flesh and blood human being could actually exhibit and sustain deep passion from such seemingly shallow intentions. This contradiction is very uncomfortable, even more so to watch. The flow of the film is further hampered by.
De Mornay is also known for her roles in Runaway Train (), The Trip to Bountiful (), Backdraft (), and The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (). Her other film credits include The Three Musketeers (), Never Talk to Strangers (), Identity (), Lords of Dogtown, Wedding Crashers (both ), and Mother's Day (). Rebecca De Mornay was born as Rebecca Jane Pearch in Santa Rosa, California. She is the daughter of Julie (Eagar) and Wally George (born George Walter Pearch), a television and radio commentator. Her paternal grandmother was child actress Eugenia Clinchard. Her parents divorced when she was.
Rebecca De Mornay in ‘Risky Business’ Riskey Business is considered one of Tom Cruise’s best roles ever. The now-legendary scene, between Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay, is still considered one of the best simulated sex scenes in history over 30 years after the film’s original release because it’s so sensual and intimate that it feels. Risky Business follows Joel Goodsen (Cruise) who hires Lana (De Mornay) for a night of delight when his parents go on holiday. However, the morning after Joel is shocked at Lana's 'bill' and.