Lara Flynn Boyle

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Lara Flynn Boyle (born March 24, 1970 in Davenport, Iowa) is an American actress who was raised in Chicago, Illinois and Wisconsin. Although she is of mostly Irish descent, Boyle also has an Italian-American great-grandfather. [1] She is named after a character in Boris Pasternak's novel Dr. Zhivago.

NBC's "Law & Order" at 9 p.m. Wednesday on WMAQ-Ch. 5 has Lara Flynn Boyle playing what the network describes as "an ambitious reporter ... who uses her sexuality to try to break" a murder case involving a soon-to-be ex-wife.

A Chicago reporter fired after she went to a subject's house in a bikini said she doesn't think it's funny "Law & Order" appears to be referencing her story.

In an episode of the long-running NBC series that was to air Wednesday night, Lara Flynn Boyle guest stars as an ambitious reporter "who uses her sexuality to try to break the case," the show's Web site said.

"I don't find any humor in this at all," Amy Jacobson, who was fired last year from NBC-owned WMAQ-Channel 5, told the Chicago Sun-Times.

Jacobson was taped by a rival news team wearing a bathing suit to the home of Craig Stebic, whose wife, Lisa, had been missing for months, the newspaper said.

When questioned, Jacobson insisted she was taking her two children swimming on her day off when she got a call to go to Stebic's house for a poolside chat.

The still-unemployed Jacobson said she has no plans to watch the "Law & Order" episode.

"It's just another reminder of the high price I had to pay for trying to do my job," she told the Sun-Times. "Hollywood takes things like this out of context all the time."

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