Jeri Ryan is an acknowledged Hollywood television star but unlike some small screen sensations she is an actress who many entertainment fans believe has the looks, fan base and acting range to be a scene winning star on the big scree
Her potential impact as a big screen actress has been the topic of much debate among some of her fans for several years and is part of the reason some entertainment fans are so excited about the news that she will be seen in a feature role in the movie "Against the Wild 2: Survive the Serengeti" in 2016.
There are entertainment fans who hope this move to the big screen is not a one-time 'tease' but instead becomes the norm and that she somehow becomes part of a dramatic movie in which she plays either a complex love interest or a femme fatale.
A large number of entertainment fans still consider her to be one of the most attractive and talented actresses to ever wear the sexy body hugging Star Trek costumes. She has been part of several movies throughout her career but one of the complaints has been that some fans feel she has never truly committed herself to the pursuit of becoming a big screen star despite her superb acting range and leading lady looks because she has been in such a high-demand with television producers.
However, there is a belief among some entertainment fans that the talented ex-Star Trek star has decided to take her acting career in a new direction with a move to the big screen. Jeri Ryan is an actress who is still in much demand on television and thus her decision to take on a feature role in the big-screen movie "Against the Wild 2: Survive the Serengeti" could be the start of a career rejuvenation as an actress who becomes a scene-winning actress on the big screen.
Jeri Ryan, a tv star whose presence as part of the big-screen film "Against the Wild 2: Survive the Serengeti" has entertainment fans excited about the prospect her mesmerizing viewers with her acting range and her exceptional beauty on the big screens of the United States similar to how she has on the small screens.