|Date of death:||2009|
|Cause of death:||Car Accident|
White House Communications Director
|Significant other(s):||Julius Levinson (father-in-law)|
|Played by:||Margaret Colin|
|First appearance:||Independence Day|
|Last appearance:||Independence Day: Crucible|
|Appears in:||1 film and 2 novels|
She was married to David Levinson, but divorced him in 1993, due to his "unambiguous career aspirations." She then pursued a career as a campaign staffer for Thomas Whitmore's first run for political office and later as Whitmore's communications director, helping write speeches and coordinate press reactions. Over the years, Constance developed into the President's most trusted adviser. Due to her closeness to Whitmore, David falsely assumed Constance was having an affair with the President in which a physical altercation occurred between them, much to Constance's embarrassment.
War of 1996Edit
During the events of the alien invasion of 1996, Constance stuck close by the President and coincidentally her ex-husband, whom she allowed him access to Whitmore and allowing him to bring news of the aliens' hostile intent. She escaped Washington, D.C. on Air Force One and ending up at Area 51.
In the darkest hour of the invasion, she admitted to David that she "never stopped loving" him. Constance and David played witness to the marriage of Captain Steven Hiller and Jasmine Dubrow. She and David finally reconciled their past differences and reconnected.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- Constance was originally cast by Ally Walker.
- Ironically, Margaret Colin went on to play the First Lady in the 2004 film First Daughter.