Lori Heuring has worked consistently in feature films and television since leaving her home state of Texas for Los Angeles just a few years ago.
She started her career by playing Annie Baxton in an episode of Walker: Texas Ranger in 1993. She then started to get small roles in the feature films, 8 Seconds (1994) and The Newton Boys (1998).
She got a number of roles in indie films such as Restaurant, The Operator and Just Sue Me, before landing a lead role in the teen psychological thriller, The In Crowd for Warner Bros. The story follows a young woman who gets out of a mental hospital after treatment for a sexual obsession and has to fit in with her peers.
Her extensive list of television credits includes roles in Sherman Oaks and David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, a series regular role in The Player and guest-starring roles inTo Have and To Hold, Legacy, Early Edition, The Visitor, Murder One, Ellen and 7th Heaven.