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« Reply #30 on: November 11, 2007, 11:48:26 pm »


Audrey Horne is a fictional character in the television series Twin Peaks, played by Sherilyn Fenn. She is a femme fatale character.

Born August 24, 1972, Audrey fits the image of a poor little rich girl. She is able to get anything she wants except for her father's love. Benjamin Horne, the town's business magnate, gave that love to deceased Laura Palmer, both physically and emotionally. Audrey is labelled a troublemaker and lives up to that expectation.

Angelo Badalamenti composed the leitmotif Audrey's Dance for the character.

In a memorable scene in the Twin Peaks pilot, Audrey blew her father's business deal worth millions by interrupting a meeting of Norwegian investors and telling them about Laura's murder. Audrey appears emotionally upset although she and Laura were not friends. She says she "kind of loved Laura" because she taught and looked after her mentally retarded brother Johnny.

In later episodes, she develops a crush on Special Agent Dale Cooper and helps him investigate Laura's murder by infiltrating the brothel One-Eyed Jack's.

In the show's second season, writers planned a serious relationship between Cooper and Horne, but Kyle MacLachlan, who played Cooper, vetoed it, arguing that Cooper would not become involved with a high school-age woman.  Audrey was paired with other characters such as Bobby Briggs and John Justice Wheeler.

In the final episode, Audrey is engaged in an act of civil disobedience at the bank where a bomb trap goes off near Audrey, Andrew Packard, Pete Martell and the banker. The bomb, being an ironic "reward" of a long treasure hunt, was planted by the late Thomas Eckhardt. Sherilyn Fenn stated in an interactive chat on America Online that had there been a third season of the show, her character was slated to have survived the explosion.

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