Finn Carter

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Finn Carter (born Elizabeth Fearn Carter on March 9, 1960) is an American actress. She is the daughter of former United States State Department Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, Hodding Carter III, and his first wife, the former Margaret Ainsworth Wolfe. Carter became well known while playing Sierra Estaban Reyes Montgomery on the CBS daytime drama As the World Turns, from 1985–1988 and a short reprise in 1994. She appeared in the television series China Beach as nurse Linda Matlock Lanier, and later as Rhonda LeBeck in the motion picture Tremors. Her film debut was in How I Got into College opposite Anthony Edwards. Most recently she co-starred with Ernie Hudson in the 2005 independent film Halfway Decent. Carter regularly appears as a guest star on television series as well as lead roles on many made-for-television movies. Carter began her career in the theatre and was a member of The Circle Repertory Company in New York. She created the role of Effie Herrington at San Diego's Old Globe Theatre in Up In Saratoga, written by Terrence McNally and directed by Jack O'Brien. Her co-stars were Mary Louise Parker and Jon Tenney.
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