She recently debuted her first Showtime Stand-up Special “I DON’T MEAN TO BRAG”. She was staff writer, story producer and regular on E!
Most recently, they took silver at the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup, then followed that up by winning gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Both Mitts and O’Reilly won gold in 2012, 2008, and 2004. O’Reilly’s career took off in high school, East Brunswick High School to be exact, where she scored 143 goals in four years and was named a NSCAA All-America as a freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior. 1 recruit coming out of high school, O’Reilly took her game to the esteemed University of North Carolina.
In the semifinals against Canada, O’Reilly sent a perfect cross from the corner right to Alex Morgan, who scored the game-winner in the 123rd minute.
And, she won two NCAA Championships during her run at UNC, one in which the Tar Heels went 97-3-3, including a perfect 27-0-0 campaign in 2003. With the National Team, O’Reilly has earned several accolades and awards. In 2010, she tied Carla Overbeck’s record of consecutive matches (62); O’Reilly’s streak began in 2007. To date, O’Reilly has been capped 179 times and has 36 goals in her international career. She currently resides just outside of the city with her husband, Dave Werry, who was a lacrosse standout at UNC.
She starred in AFTER LATELY, a mockumentary series on E! Heather has also hosted TLC’s – “ALL ABOUT SEX.” Heather has been a featured as a celebrity guest on Bravo’s Watch What Happens, Flipping Out and Real Housewives of Orange County and Beverly Hills; Keeping up with the Kardashians, Logo’s Rupaul’s Drag Race and Rupaul’s Big Gay Game Show.
Heather’s debut book, YOU’LL NEVER BLUE BALL IN THIS TOWN AGAIN, spent seven weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, and climbed to the #1 position on Amazon’s “Bestsellers in Entertainment” list.