Téa Leoni

Actor, Producer & Philanthropist


Tèa Leoni is an actor, producer and philanthropist.  She was most recently seen as Elizabeth McCord in the CBS series, “Madam Secretary.” Tèa is known for her feature films including “Tower Heist,” “Ghost Town,” “You Kill Me,” “Fun with Dick and Jane,” “Flirting with Disaster,” “Deep Impact,” “Spanglish” and “The Family Man,” among others. 
Since 2001, Tèa has been a UNICEF Ambassador and in 2006, she became a National Board Member of the U.S. Fund, now UNICEF USA. Tèa is the third generation of her family working with UNICEF following in the footsteps of her grandmother, who co-founded the U.S. Fund for UNICEF in 1947 and served as its President for 25 years. In November 2007, she and her father, Tony Pantaleoni, received the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award for their dedicated service.