This talented leading lady has divided her time between stage and film roles in both England and the US. Lisa Eichhorn was first seen by American audiences opposite Richard Gere in the World War II romance, "Yanks" (1979), but her presence in her native land has been lessened by her decision to base in England. Nevertheless, Eichhorn has offered several critically-acclaimed feature film portrayals, even if she did not become a "box-office" commodity. She appeared alongside Lee Remick in the Merchant-Ivory production "The Europeans" (1979), opposite Treat Williams in "Why Would I Lie?" (1980) and was "Mo" Cutter in "Cutter's Way" (1981), opposite Jeff Bridges and John Heard. In the 90s, Eichhorn has begun to play mother roles, notably Jesse Bradford's mother, sent to a sanitarium, in Steven Soderbergh's "King of the Hill" (1993) and the First Lady in the pallid comedy "First Kid" (1996).