Born March 23, 1976 - With green eyes, clear skin, and a head of hair that any pre-Raphaelite would envy, Keri Russell became one of the most recognizable young actresses of the late 1990s. Keri's breakthrough role came in 1998 where she played "Felicity Porter" in the WB's popular series "Felicity" (1998). In 1999, Keri won her first Golden Globe award for her role in "Felicity" (1998) in which she continued until the show ended in 2002. Keri pursued a movie career starring alongside Mel Gibson in We Were Soldiers (2002) and Joan Allen in The Upside of Anger (2005). In 2004, Keri made her Broadway debut in "Fat Pig" alongside Andrew McCarthy and Jeremy Piven.