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Karen Praxel


Karen Praxel was born on November 12, 1963 in Sacramento, California, USA as Karen E. Praxel. She is an actress and producer, known for That Thing You Do! (1996), Spirit Rising (2001) and Screwed (2013). She has been married to Jim Hanks since May 26, 1986. They have one child. See full bio »

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Known For

That Thing You Do!
That Thing You Do! Hollywood Showcase Script Supervisor
(1996)
Spirit Rising
Spirit Rising Ellen Chalsky
(2001)
Screwed
Screwed Claire
(2013)
Wish
Wish Helen
(2008)

Filmography

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 2015 Film Pigs (TV Series)
Teenage Girl, Fisherman #2, Herself - Guest Host
- Fishy Pigs (2015) ... Teenage Girl, Fisherman #2, Herself - Guest Host
 2014 Streamline Your Care (Short)
Dr. Maggie
 2013 Screwed
Claire
 2013 The Bluff (Short)
Joyce
 2013 Gossip Boy (TV Series)
Jenna
- Hot Guy Down the Hall (2013) ... Jenna
 2012 HumanWeb Inc. (TV Series)
Lisa Turner
- Undercover Boss (2012) ... Lisa Turner
 2011 That One Thing (Video short)
Sweetie the Cyclops
 2010 The Perfect Gentleman (Short)
Virgina Kelly
 2009 A Postcard from the Volcano (Short)
Theresa
 2008/I Wish (Short)
Helen
 2008 Shark Swarm (TV Movie)
Scuba Diver (uncredited)
 2001 Spirit Rising (Short)
Ellen Chalsky
 1996 That Thing You Do!
Hollywood Showcase Script Supervisor
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 2008/I Wish (Short) (producer)
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Trivia:

Sister-in-law of Tom Hanks.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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