British actress Felicity Waterman worked steadily through the 1990s, playing supporting roles in various television series and films. Her first two credits were as a stewardess in the beach volleyball romp "Side Out" and a role in the Bruce Willis action sequel "Die Hard 2." She soon landed a leading role opposite Chris Lemmon, son of renowned actor Jack Lemmon, in the German-made comedy of lost luggage and confused identity, "Lena's Holiday." Waterman then found a recurring role on the prime-time soap opera "Knots Landing," as a conniving murderess. Random guest spots on various shows followed, including one as a vampire on the spinoff of the schlocky David Hasselhoff lifeguard drama, "Baywatch Nights." In the TV movie "Titanic" (that preceded the James Cameron epic by a year), she played a suspicious nurse. In the naval adventure series "Pensacola: Wings of Gold," Waterman held a regular supporting role as a lieutenant.