Heather was born and raised in a farming community near St. Paul,Minnesota, and has been a fighter all her life. When pneumonia hit atage six, it put Heather into a plastic bubble but it could not keep herthere. Time indoors turned Heather into a voracious reader, pouringover Encyclopedia Britannica articles for hours at a time.
Her healthbegan to improve dramatically, as did her creativity and knowledge ofmusic, art, film, and literature. She and her highly imaginativefriends were always seen around the neighborhood creating, writing,acting in, and producing plays or improvising sensational mysteries andaction adventures. After graduation, Heather moved to Montana where she met and married herhusband Andrew of the USAF. His career allowed them to travel and livein many interesting locales, and through the years Heather has done itall! She has volunteered her time to various local productions acting,singing, set painting & construction, casting, coaching, wardrobe &makeup. But only recently did things begin to get serious.
Heather was asked to host a local cable show interviewing politicians,business owners, community leaders, and noted celebrities. This time onscreen, along with the burgeoning influx of film opportunities inLouisiana after Hurricane Katrina, opened the door to beingTaft-Hartleyed on her very first film, "Factory Girl". The late GeorgeHickenlooper (director of the acclaimed "Casino Jack") urged her to getan agent and told her that her talents were undisputed. Since then shehas continued to train and work steadily on several other independentfilms, television shows, and commercials. She has had the privilege ofappearing onscreen with Kevin Costner, Samuel L.
Jackson, JohnSchneider, William Devane, Ashton Kutcher, Ron Perlman, Nicolas Cage,Christopher Walken, Christian Slater, and many other gifted performers. Since Hollywood practically showed up on her back doorstep, she and hermanagement team decided to create a series of video diaries to giveviewers a peek into some of the highs & lows behind the scenes. Herwebsite includes not only the vlogs, but also her humorous essays,insights, original poems, and a store featuring her "Purrzone' Bloom"handbags, as well as many more projects in the works. To Heather'ssurprise, complete strangers often approach her in restaurants andclubs to ask if she is in the film business. Repeated requests for herautograph and photo (without even knowing her name) happen so oftenthat Heather is convinced this is one career that isn't going away anytime soon!.
|1||Billy the Exterminator||2009||as Vanessa Renairdo|
|2||A Day with Neil||2015||as Neil's Mom|
|3||American Pride||2016||as Kelly|
|4||Anything for the Game||2009||as Susan Poise|
|5||Bad Buddha||2014||as Jase's Mom|
|6||Cleaner||2007||as Reunion Friend|
|7||Cottonmouth Creek||2009||as Bartender|
|8||Defending Dr. Karl||2009||as Veronica|
|9||Factory Girl||2006||as The Other Woman|
|10||Flag of My Father||2011||as Yvonne Poole|
|11||Innocents Way: The Short||2009||as Lady 2|
|13||Scrape||2013||as Nicole the Jogger|
|14||Sunny in the Dark||2016||as Agnes|
|15||The Power of Few||2013||as Woman in Space Bar|
|16||The Remnants||2013||as Barbara|
|17||Within Us||2007||as Elaine|
|18||Salem||2014||as Jane Alden|
|19||Star-Crossed||2014||as Julia's Mother|
|20||Your Worst Nightmare||2014||as Nancy Ludwig|