Tv Actress

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Biography - A Short Wiki

Canadian actress who played Lauren Davis on the TV series Boston Public alongside Anthony Heald. She also provided the voice of Kayley in the 1998 film Quest for Camelot.

She attended McGill University and Harvard University’s American Repertory Theater.

She portrayed the role of Terri Schuester on the Fox TV series Glee.

Family and Personal Life

She had one child with Bobby Salomon whom she married on January 1, 2005. The couple later divorced.

She appeared in the film The Stepfather with Penn Badgley.

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Jessalyn Gilsig is looking stellar in a bikini.

Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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Full/Real NameN/A
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)52 years
Date of BirthNovember 30, 1971
Place of BirthMontreal, Canada
NationalityCanadian
Height1.6 m, 5 feet 2 inches
Weight54 kg, 119 lbs
Net Worth / Wealth$3 Million
OccupationTv Actress

Height, Weight, and Age

Jessalyn Gilsig's height is not very tall measuring 1.6 m. The tv actress weighs 54 kg. Being born on November 30, 1971, translates to an age of 52 years as of todays date (April 18, 2024).

Quotes

"For me, it's ultimately about a great pair of shoes."

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"Everybody feels good in their skin for about a minute a day, and the rest of the day, you're just trying to navigate your way through the sea of terror."

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"Motherhood has taught me the meaning of living in the moment and being at peace. Children don't think about yesterday, and they don't think about tomorrow. They just exist in the moment."

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"I love painting. I went to college in fine arts, and I still do it all the time."

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"I think that everybody's worked on shows where you feel like maybe a divide has happened between the talent and the crew. Those are the hardest jobs to do your best in, because as you're performing, you're aware that the people around you, because they haven't been afforded the respect that they deserve, they're not as invested."

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