Anne has worked with some of Hollywood's most respected leading men, including: Sylvester Stallone, Gene Hackman, Donald Sutherland, Wesley Snipes, and Tommy Lee Jones.
Anne was chose by Empire magazine as one of the sexiest stars in film history, ranking her #62.
Anne starred as Courtney Cox's mother in the 2005 drama November.
Anne had a recurring role on the primetime soap Falcon Crest in 1985.
Anne shared the story of her abortion with the public in 1991, and has been an activist for Planned Parenthood since.
Anne replaced Amanda Donohoe in the role of Mrs. Robinson in the London stage version of The Graduate in 2001.
Anne played the wife of an American ambassador in 2000's Rules of Engagement.
Anne married William Davis in 1968, and later divorced. She then married Terry Jastrow in 1979. The couple are raising her son from her first marriage, Thomas, and their shared son William.
Anne earned an Academy Award nomination for 'Best Supporting Actress' in her role as the wife of Michael Douglas' character in Adrian Lyne's Fatal Attraction in 1987.
Anne was Miss Golden Globe in 1971.
Anne is the international spokesperson for Applied Scholatics International, a front group for the Church of Scientology. The group provides training in 'study technology', and was developed by L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the church.
Anne strayed from her usual roles to play a sinister married woman who enslaves a young man in her home, in the Showtime movie Man in the Attic in 1995.
Anne starred in the true story of a woman with a fatal illness in the 1988 CBS television movie Leap of Faith.
Anne is an active member of the Church of Scientology.
Anne is most proud of her role as Angelina Jolie's mother in the independent film Mojave Moon in 1996.
Anne played Dr. Cathy Ryan opposite Harrison Ford in the movies based on the Tom Clancy novels Patriot Games in 1992, and in the follow up Clear and Present Danger in 1994.
Anne appeared in the world premiere of the stage production The Poison Tree at Los Angeles' Mark Taper forum.
Anne made her New York stage debut as Maude Mix in the popular Off-Broadway production of John Ford Noonan's A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking.
Anne auditioned for the role of Lois Lane in Superman: the Movie, the role went to Margot Kidder. Anne's audition is included in the DVD version of the movie as an extra feature.
Anne got the attention of critics in 1976, with her leading role as a former love of Sam Elliot's in Lifeguard.
Anne made her big screen debut opposite Jon Voight in 1973's All American Boy.
Anne decided that she wanted to be an actress in her teens, and after high school entered Claremont college, in Claremont, California to study Theater Arts.
Anne's father, John Archer was an actor, who starred in White Heat in 1960. Her mother, Marjorie Lord was an actress who co-starred in Make Room For Daddy and The Danny Thomas Show in 1953.
Anne is 5'7" tall.