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Melora Hardin

Melora Hardin
==Introduction== Melora Hardin is best known for her role as Steve Carell's girlfriend in "The Office". However, this 40-year-old hottie is no virgin.

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Birthday
1967-06-29
Nickname
Mel
Birthname
Melora Diane Hardin
Sign
Cancer
Hometown
Houston Texas
Country
United States
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'5"
Weight
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Job
Actress
Hobbies
Singing Having Daughters
Assets
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Vices
Steve Carell
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Breast
32
Waist
23"
Hips
33"
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Legs
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Melora Hardin Introduction

Melora Hardin is best known for her role as Steve Carell's girlfriend in "The Office". However, this 40-year-old hottie is no virgin. She has two daughters, which we will assume in 20 years will be placed in this database, too.

Melora Hardin Life Story

Melora Hardin was born on June 29, 1967 in Houston, Texas and was instantly hot. So it wasn't long before she became a child actress. She is the daughter of a talent manager and an actor. Big shocker that she went into entertainment herself. She started her acting career at age 10 in the television series "Thunder", and went on to appear in over sixty movies and television programs since, including the film Thank You for Smoking, two episodes of "Quantum Leap" (she played Abigail in parts II and III of "Trilogy"), and one of The Little House on the Prairie movies (in which she played the love interest of Albert Ingalls...a badge of honor for any woman). In 1988, she starred in the short-lived television adaption of the film Dirty Dancing in Jennifer Grey's role of "Baby". Apparently, someone did put Baby in a corner.

Melora currently appears in "The Office" as former corporate manager Jan Levinson, a role that has made her famous throughout the world. For film geeks, according to producer Bob Gale's statements on the DVD commentary for Back to the Future, Hardin was originally cast to play the character of Jennifer Parker. When Michael J. Fox was cast as Eric Stoltz's replacement, Hardin was replaced because producers felt that she was too tall to appear onscreen with Fox.

She is also a singer, and has released two albums, both with titles too embarrassing to mention here.

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