|Nickname||Heather Blair Verhoef|
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Heather Jocelyn Blair was born to parents Edward and Patricia in Greensboro, North Carolina, and raised in the small town of Trinity, NC. A performer from the start, her parents expressed "If you don't become an actress, you are missing your call." Initially however, it seemed that sports would guide her way. At age 5, she was the only girl on her soccer team, which set the stage for a a competitive attitude ready to face any challenge. She started year-round USS swimming and continued in dance and performance, winning the National High School Heisman Trophy Award. Heather became an Epee Fencer and 4-year Varsity Letterman as Captain of the Women's Team at the University of North Carolina, receiving athletic and academic honors and competing on the USFA Olympic Circuit. After college, Heather took her parents' advice and headed to Los Angeles. She began working on Commercials, Film & TV as an actress and model. In addition, she began coaching professional actors, comedians & youth musical theater which gave her the opportunity to be a part of such projects as: "10,000 B.C.", "Iron Man", "Don't Mess With the Zohan" and more. In 2013, Heather moved to the island of Curacao to teach acting, dance & art. Unexpectedly she continued working as a professional actress, voice-over artist and producer. The feature film "Double Play", shot on Curacao, provided her with the opportunity to work as both a principal actress and production manager. Heather and her husband Diederik Verhoef now reside in Atlanta, where she continues to work on both sides of the camera!
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
|Diederik Verhoef||(5 November 2016 - present)|
|Marco Khan||(12 May 2007 - 2012) (divorced) (1 child)|