She had a small role in the French film Hell, 2005 , whose stars included fellow. Glen later claimed that the reason he cast her in three different projects was because she was one of his favourite actresses. She was married to music producer and songwriter Patrick Leonard from 2002 to 2012. D'Abo had a starring role in 1987 as , the sweet and vulnerable Czechoslovakian cellist and who falls for. She decided to be an actress at the age of 11. In 2007, d'Abo had surgery for a from which she recovered.
Archived from on 10 January 2011. In November 2003, d'Abo married , the -nominated British director of 1981. D'Abo is the granddaughter on her mother's side of the General. She attended Los Feliz High School and Pacoima Junior High School.
She has also done voice work in Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm, Batman Beyond and Justice League. The documentary appeared on the American network in 2002, timed to coincide with the theatrical release of. . She played the mother of Lara played by in the television miniseries version of 2002 , and she was in the -nominated miniseries 2003.
After recovering from a in 2007, D'Abo was inspired to meet other people who had similar experiences, working on a 2009 documentary on the topic. Maryam and Olivia once lived together in Los Angeles, buying a house together in 1988, after Olivia turned 19. She reunited with her James Bond director for a guest-starring role on the television series and for the feature film 2001. She is also known for her role as Nicole Wallace on Law and Order: Criminal Intent. D'Abo and wrote the book , published in 2002, which is a tribute to the women who have played the role of a Bond Girl.
In 2009, d'Abo had a supporting role in British period fantasy-thriller. She appeared in the film 1984 , and had small roles in 1984 , 1985 and 1985. The book formed the basis for a documentary, featuring d'Abo and other Bond girls, including. She studied at , while working as an advertising model. She appeared in the 1994 film and starred in 1996. She is best known for her portrayal of Karen Arnold on The Wonder Years.
D'Abo had a as a pretentious stained-glass artist in the low-budget British comedy 1992. This makes her of actress. D'Abo has had roles in various low-budget, action, horror and fantasy films such as 1992 , as well as guest roles on television shows 1993 , 1992 and 1992. She appeared in the 2014 Indian film. Maryam d'Abo is signed to.
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