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Leslie Hope (1965)

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Leslie Ann Hope is a Canadian actress, best known for her role as Teri Bauer in the Fox show 24 where she played the wife of the main character Jack Bauer.

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Hope was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She has appeared in Canadian and American movies and television series. She graduated from St. Michael's University School at Victoria, British Columbia, in 1982. She is married to cinematographer, producer and director Adam Kane.

Her first movie role was in the Canadian movie Ups and Downs, in 1981, which was filmed in Victoria. In 1987, she played the role of Madeleine Henry in the TV miniseries War and Remembrance. In 1993, she starred in Paris, France, directed by Gerard Ciccoritti. She later played the role of Teri Bauer in the first season of 24 (2001–02).

Hope starred in George A. Romero's Bruiser. On television, she appeared in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Kira Nerys' mother Kira Meru, and in the Gemini Award-winning Human Cargo.

During 2005-2006, she appeared as Attorney General of the United States Melanie Blackston in five episodes of Commander in Chief and, in the Fall of 2006, played Lily Rader in the now-cancelled CW drama series, Runaway.

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