Heather Locklear Signs With APA (Exclusive)
She was most recently a series regular on TNT's 'Franklin & Bash'
Heather Locklear has signed with APA in all areas, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
The actress has served as muse for several Aaron Spelling classics, from Dynasty to T.J. Hooker to Melrose Place, where she made Amanda Woodward one of the most formidable female characters of the 1990s. Locklear later joined Spin City and Franklin & Bash as a series regular, and recurred on Scrubs, Boston Legal, Hot in Cleveland and The CW's Melrose Place update.
Locklear's telepic and miniseries credits include NBC's Shattered Mind, ABC's Texas Justice and Lifetime's He Loves Me, Flirting With Forty and the Nora Roberts adaptation Angels Fall. Her film appearances include Uptown Girls and The Perfect Man, as well as memorable cameos in Wayne's World 2 and The First Wives Club.
Locklear serves on the Motion Picture & Television Fund's Board of Directors and also supports her former Spin City costar's Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. She continues to be repped by Artist & Brand for commercials and managed by Brillstein.