Besides her work on television, she has played in a variety of movies, including Who’s the Caboose and Wild Pat.
She has also played in many plays including Merchant of Venice, Cereal, Hamlet, and Charlie’s Aunt.
Harriet Sims in the TV series “Jag.” The skit involves a fictional Franken auditioning for the show.
In the performance recorded from Kuwait, Franken appears to kiss Turner, who moments later pulls a soldier from the audience and kisses him.
It’s of interest now because Franken is under fire after a different female performer went public with accusations that, in 2006, Franken “forcibly kissed” her while rehearsing a skit on a subsequent USO tour.
The woman, Leeann Tweeden, also published a photograph showing a grinning Franken grasping at her breasts while she was asleep aboard a military plane returning from that 2006 tour. Exactly how — if at all — the 2003 script and performance plays into Franken’s 2006 behavior is unclear. Al Franken” was to give the female performer a breast exam, Franken said: “I’d approach her with my hands out. ’ And I’d say, ‘Too late for that now.’ Then she’d go ‘Oh, get out of here!
The 2003 skit involved Franken and actress Karri Kathleen Turner in her role as Lt.
Turner was born in Fort Worth, Texas and raised in Bentonville, Arkansas.
She originally considered a Drama/Tele/Film degree at Oklahoma's Oral Roberts University before committing entirely to acting and moving to southern California to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Have you ever wondered what has Karri Turner (Lieutenant Harriet Sims) been up to since JAG went off the air?
She has always been an actress, even before JAG, and she has continued to act. Turner has not only supported a variety of charities but has also been active in supporting American troops fighting against terror, visiting them many times.