|Born||February 11, 1961|
Huntington, New York, U.S.
|Education||Bear Creek High School|
|Alma mater||University of Colorado at Boulder|
New York University
(m. 1984; div. 1988)
(m. 1989; div. 1995)
(m. 2002; div. 2016)
|Children||Hannah Dunne, Homer Gere|
Lowell was born in Huntington, New York, the daughter of geologist James Lowell. She spent her childhood living in several countries, including Libya, the Netherlands, France, and in the US, in Houston, Texas and Denver, Colorado, where her family settled when she was 12. After a year at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she considered majoring in literature, she moved to New York City to pursue modeling, and modeled for such clients as Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, and at some unspecified time attended New York University. She also studied at Manhattan's Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.
Lowell broke into acting with the film Dangerously Close followed by a small role in the Robin Williams movie Club Paradise. She went on to roles including those of Bond girl Pam Bouvier in the James Bond movie Licence to Kill (1989) and, starting in 1996, Assistant District Attorney Jamie Ross on the television drama Law & Order, a character she reprised in 2005 for a guest role on its spinoff, Law & Order: Trial by Jury. Immediately before that role, however, she had become frustrated with her acting career and had applied to study documentary filmmaking at New York University.
She took a hiatus from acting during the mid-2000s. In 2012, Lowell lent her likeness and voice while reprising her Licence to Kill role in the video game 007 Legends. In 2018 she returned to TV, appearing as a guest on the show Blue Bloods.
In September 2013, the two separated after 11 years of marriage. The couple spent three years in highly contested divorce proceedings in Manhattan Supreme Court. The case was settled in October 2016.
|1986||Club Paradise||Fashion Model|
|1988||Me and Him||Janet Anderson|
|1989||Licence to Kill||Pam Bouvier|
|1990||The Guardian||Kate Sterling|
|1993||Sleepless in Seattle||Maggie Baldwin|
|1995||Leaving Las Vegas||Bank Teller|
|1997||Fierce Creatures||Cub Felines|
|2016||C Street||Magnolia Fallon|
|1991||Road to Ruin||Jessie Tailor||TV film|
|1996||Duke of Groove||TV short|
|1996–2001||Law & Order||Jamie Ross||Main role (season 7 and 8), guest role (season 10)|
|1997||Homicide: Life on the Street||Jamie Ross||"Baby, It's You"|
|2001||Big Apple||Deirdre Stiles||"Follow the Blender", "1.7"|
|2003||More Than Meets the Eye: The Joan Brock Story||Joan Brock||TV film|
|2005||Law & Order: Trial by Jury||Jamie Ross||"41 Shots", "Bang & Blame"|
|2005||Empire Falls||Francine Whiting (age 40)||TV miniseries|
|2006–07||Six Degrees||Christine Caseman||Recurring role|
|2012||007 Legends||Pam Bouvier (voice)||Video game|
|2018||Blue Bloods||Janet Thompson||Season 8, "Tale of Two Cities"|
|2018||Bull||Marina DeMarte||Season 3, "Fool Me Twice"|
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