Anne Archer Actress


“There is not one of us that is not aware, that the environment around us is changing for the worst. Yet we leave the task to others to do something about it.

“The Earth Organization is the first international organization that has realistic goals that all of us can
achieve right now to help preserve
our environment.

“Our own survival on Earth is dependant upon the well being of all the other life forms that share our planet with us because none survive alone!

“And as we contribute to preserving and enhancing our environment, our own lives are enriched because we “know we are contributing to the preservation of the Earth, our home.

“It really is becoming obvious that the time has come for all of us to be involved. If every one of us did our part, we could turn around this downward spiral.

“That is why I have decided to help because I know I can help.”

Anne Archer was nominated for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and the British (BAFTA) Academy Award for her role as Michael Douglas’ sympathetic, tortured wife, Beth Gallagher, in Adrian Lyne’s 1987 thriller, “Fatal Attraction,” and for playing Harrison Ford’s beleaguered wife, Cathy, in “Patriot Games” and “Clear and Present Danger,” both based on Tom Clancy bestsellers. Archer is also well-known for her

poignant Golden Globe-winning performance in the ensemble cast of Robert Altman’s “Short Cuts.”

Born into a show business family, she followed in the footsteps of her parents, actress Marjorie Lord (TV’s “Make Room for Daddy”) and actor John Archer (“White Heat”.) Throughout her motion picture career, Archer has starred opposite some of Hollywood’s most dynamic and respected leading men, not only Michael Douglas and Harrison Ford, but also Gene Hackman in “Narrow Margin,” Tom Berenger in director Alan Rudolph’s romantic comedy, “Love At Large,” Donald Sutherland in “Eminent Domain” and Sylvester Stallone in “Paradise Alley.”

She can be seen currently in “Uncle Nino” opposite Joe Mantegna and in
Revolution Studios comedy, Man of the House, opposite Tommy Lee Jones. She recently completed production on the espionage thriller, “End Game,” starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., James Woods, Burt Reynolds and Angie Harmon.

In 2000 she appeared in “The Art of War” with Wesley Snipes and “Rules of Engagement (her first project with Tommy Lee Jones), which was one of the box office hits in the spring of
that year.

With husband Terry Jastrow (an Emmy-winning sports producer), Archer co-produced and co-hosted, in 1998, with Isabella Rossellini on ABC’s “The World Fashion Premiere from Paris,” a history-making two-hour special. Again the following year she served as a producer on the telecast.

Anne has received much national and international acclaim and recognition for her enduring human rights initiatives and activities, as well as her deep care and interest in combating illiteracy, the root cause of much of man’s travail.

Annes commitment to diverse humanitarian causes has taken her onto the streets, and into the
corridors and hallways of power in America and Europe, where she has been instrumental in raising awareness and bringing about positive changes
which have affected the lives of countless people.