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In TV series she won an Emmy for her portrayal of a hard-bitten prostitute who catered to Vietnam War soldiers, in the series China Beach (1988).
She also was George Clooney's love interest in a multi-episode arc of the monumentally successful TV series ER (1994).
was a breakout hit when it debuted in 2000, averaging 20 million viewers by the end of Season 1 and ranking among TV’s top 10 shows.
A talent scout recruited her from there to work on the soap opera Ryan's Hope (1975) where she appeared over the course of the next four years.
It has been telecast every year since 1964, making it the longest running Christmas TV special in history.
2014 marked the 50th anniversary of the television special Sam the Snowman narrates the story of Rudolph, a reindeer who is born with a glowing red nose.
In particular she appeared in many movies made specifically for the Lifetime cable network and also for Showtime.
Soon after completing college, Helgenberger landed her first professional role on the long-running ABC Daytime soap opera in March 1982, playing amateur cop Siobhan Ryan Novak Du Bujak, a role previously played by Ann Gillespie.
After nearly four years, Helgenberger left the show in January 1986 to pursue new opportunities.
Helgenberger played the French horn in her high school marching band. Helgenberger began as a nightly weather person at KHGI-TV in Kearney, Nebraska, while attending college (her name was changed by the producer to Margi Mc Carty).
Until she went to college, Helgenberger aspired to be a nurse like her mother, but attended Kearney State College (now the University of Nebraska at Kearney) in Kearney, Nebraska, then attended Northwestern University's School of Speech in Evanston, Illinois, (now the School of Communication) and earned a B. During the summer she also worked as a deboner at her father's meat packing plant.