She became known on her behalf part as Nancy Thompson within the Headache on Elm Road film franchise. She visited Holland Hall College in Tulsa, Oklahoma and graduated from your National School for women in Washington D.C. She produced The Malibu Gum Manufacturing plant, a shop that sold nicotine gum with trading credit cards of regional surfers. She wedded David LeRoy Anderson in 1989. She’s two children called Isabelle Eve and David Atticus Anderson. While she was their studies at Stanford University or college, Wes Craven solid her in his quickly to be well-known film A Headache on Elm Road.
Full Name Heather Langenkamp
Date Of Birth July 17, 1964
Place Of Birth Tulsa, OK
Height 1.6 m
Profession Movie Actress
Education National Cathedral School, Stanford University, Holland Hall, Booker T. Washington High School
Spouse David LeRoy Anderson, Alan Pasqua
Children Isabelle Eve Anderson, David Atticus Anderson
Parents Dobie Langenkamp, Mary Alice Langenkamp
Siblings Daniel Langenkamp, Matthew Langenkamp, Lucy Langenkamp
Movies A Nightmare on Elm Street, Nickel Mountain, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, Shocker, Wes Craven's New Nightmare, The Demolitionist, Fugitive Mind, Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, I Am Nancy, The Butterfly Room, Home, Hellraiser: Judgment, The Sub, Near Dark, Passions, The Bet, Tonya and Nancy: The Inside Story
TV Shows Just the Ten of Us
Star Sign Cancer
Had praised her mentor John Saxon for her humble beginnings as an actor.
Co-owner and operator (with husband, David LeRoy Anderson) of AFX Studio - a full service Special Make-Up Effects shop located in Panorama City, California.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 30, a daughter Isabelle Eve Anderson on December 24, 1994. Child's father is her 2nd husband, David LeRoy Anderson.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 26, a son David Atticus Anderson on May 24, 1991. Child's father is her 2nd husband, David LeRoy Anderson.
Older sister of Daniel Langenkamp (born circa 1969); as of 2001 was a graduate student matriculating in Pakistan. Older sister of Matthew Langenkamp (born circa 1967); works in Hong Kong. Older sister of Lucy Langenkamp (born circa 1975); as of 2001 was studying art in Tibet.
Ranked #6 on Maxim's "Hottest Women of Horror Movies" list.
She has English, German and Scottish ancestry.
Was set to star in Cursed (2005), but when the movie was being re-shot and re-written, some of the actors including herself couldn't return to re-shoot their scenes. Heather herself was pressed for time and couldn't return to do her scenes all over again.
Graduated from the National Cathedral School for Girls in Washington, D.C.
Parents are Robert Dobie and Mary Alice Langenkamp.
In Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Heather played a 15-year-old girl. In a particular scene, after her character has experienced some bizarre events and is rather beaten down, she looks in a mirror and says, "God, I look 20-years-old." The joke here is that even though Heather was playing a 15-year-old, she was actually 20 years old.
Founded the Malibu Gum Factory, which sells chewing gum packaged with trading cards depicting local surfing stars. She left the company in 2004.
Is an avid photographer.
Is a member of the PTA, and leads a local beach-cleanup effort.
Charlie Sheen was the best man at her wedding to David LeRoy Anderson, Sheen's friend from high school.
It took her seven years to receive her English degree from Stanford University because she was working at the same time.
Langenkamp's voice appears three times in the song "Are You Ready for Freddy" by the Fat Boys, which plays at the end of A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988). In the full version of the song, you can hear her say, "Don't fall asleep", very faintly right before the first chorus. The other two lines in the song are "Fred Krueger, Mom. Fred Krueger." and "He's burned, and he wears a weird hat, and a red and green sweater really dirty.".
She has a degree in English from Stanford University.
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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
I'm not rich or famous, and it doesn't bother me.
When I'm around actresses who've put their careers at the top of their priorities, we don't have much in common.
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