|Born|| July 17, 1960 |
Dallas, Texas USA
Jodie Fisher (born 17 July 1960) is an American actress whose film credits include Intimate Obsession and Body of Influence 2.
Jodie Fisher was born in Dallas, Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University.
According to Fisher's Internet Movie Database (IMDb.com) C.V., she has appeared as a supporting actress in television and movie roles. She appeared in one 1993 episode of the television series Silk Stalkings entitled "Tough Love."
She worked as a marketing support consultant for Hewlett Packard from 2007 to 2009.
In August 2010, she was identified as the filer of a sexual harassment complaint against Mark Hurd. After an internal investigation, he resigned as CEO of Hewlett-Packard for expense-account irregularities.
She is a single mother with one child.
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