Karri Turner studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and later was a member of the improvisational comedy troupe "The Groundlings. " Given that kind of background, it's hardly surprising that her career has proven versatile, ranging from serious drama to anarchistic comedy. Turner is best known for her television roles. She played Lt. Harriet Sims for nine seasons on the CBS series "JAG"; however, during the '90s, she also made appearances in sitcoms such as "Caroline in the City" and "Suddenly Susan." She provided the voice of Kathy Lee Gifford for an episode of Comedy Central's crude, occasionally-controversial animated series "South Park," and had a recurring role as Tara Scully, sister of Agent Dana Scully in "The X-Files." Following her tenure on the military action-drama "JAG," Turner has alternated between the stage, television, and feature films. She appeared in the action-drama series "Heroes" as well as "The Sarah Silverman Program," and her film appearances have included the action-comedy "Get Smart." Along with comedians Kathy Griffin and Michael McDonald, Turner performed for U.S. troops stationed in Iraq; the appearance was broadcast as part of the reality show "My Life on the D-List."