Ever since her breakthrough performance as a wide-eyed drug addict in "Drugstore Cowboy" (1989), actress Heather Graham had a hit-or-miss career that was punctuated with several winning performances amidst an equal amount of duds. She spent nearly the next 10 years looking to fulfill the early promise of "Drugstore." But instead, she lagged in better-forgotten films like "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me" (1992) - a continuation of her season two performance on the show - and "Diggstown" (1992), which was more notable for her off-screen pairing with older co-star James Woods than anything that happened on screen. She finally made good, however, with her star-making turn as a roller skating porn star in "Boogie Nights" (1997). Though co-stars Julianne Moore and Burt Reynolds received the lion's share of critical praise, Graham nonetheless managed to rise above the fray and established her credentials as well as created an iconic screen character. After "Boogie Nights," Graham was able to land roles in blockbuster films like "Lost in Space" (1998) and "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" (1999). But once again, her star faded a bit, leading to a brief conversion to television that ended in disaster when her own show lasted just one episode. Despite the failure, Graham continued on as a steady presence, often in broad comedies that were more suited to her strengths.