Monique Coleman is a renowned American actress, dancer, singer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who is popularly known for her role in the movie “High School Musical”. She has been seen working actively in her career since the year of 1995.

Quick Info 
Full NameAdrienne Monique Coleman
Date of BirthNovember 13, 1980
Birth PlaceOrangeburg, South Carolina, United States
ParentsRoz Coleman
ProfessionActress, Dancer, Singer, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist
SpouseWalter Jordan
Age40 years
Height5 ft 3 in
Weight55 kg
Children0
ZodiacScorpio
EthnicityAfrican-American
NationalityAmerican
Net WorthUS $2 million
Monique Coleman
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Where was Monique born and raised?

Monique Coleman, whose real name is Adrienne Monique Coleman was born on 13 November 1980 in Orangeburg, south Caroline, U.S. as a daughter of her father, Craig T. Williams, and his mother, Roz Coleman.

Currently, she is 40 years old and holds an American nationality, and belongs to the African-American ethnicity. As she was born on 13 November, her zodiac sign is Scorpio.

 

Body Measurement

Monique with a height of 5 feet 2.5 inches (159 cm) and a weight of 55 kg. She has got black hair with dark brown eyes. 

 

Where did Coleman go to School?

Earlier, Monique Coleman started her training at the Workshop Theatre School of Dramatic Arts and she was seen playing the roles on the 15 plays in there. Later, she started giving auditions for commercials and movies. Further, she was seen attending the Heathwood Hall Episcopal School” and also went to join The Theatre School at DePaul University from where in 2012, she had earned a BFA in Acting. She was also seen appearing at the American Farm School in Green in the year 2012.

 

Husband

In the year 2012, she married Walter Jordan and they are living their happy life together. They don’t have any children yet.

 

Social Media

Monique Coleman has an Instagram account with the tag name (“@_moniquecoleman”) where she has 503k followers. She also has a Twitter account with the tag name (“@Gimmemotalk”) where she has 434.9k followers.

 

How Monique started her career?

Monique Coleman started her film career after she had been cast as Dofimae in a short movie “Mother of the River” in 1995. Coleman started her television career after she had been cast as Tanya on a medical drama “Strong Medicine” in 2003. From the year of 2003 to 2004, she was seen appearing in the role of Molly on an American drama television series “Boston Public” which was created by David E.Kelly.

Movies

In 1997, she was also seen appearing as young Donna in a television movie “The Ditchdigger’s Daughters”. Later, in the year 2005, she was seen playing the role of Leesha on an American made-for-television drama movie “The Reading Room”.

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Further, in 2006, she was cast as Jessie on a short movie “On-Line” and in the same year, she was also seen appearing as Taylor McKessie on an American musical television movie “High School Musical” alongside Vanessa Hudgens. After that, in 2007, she was seen reprising her role as Taylor on an American musical television movie “High School Musical 2”. In the following year, he was again seen playing the role in an American musical movie “High School Musical 3: Senior Year” in 2008.

Likewise, she was seen appearing on a short video of the movie “Order” in 2008, and later, in 2010, she was cast as Veronica Baylerd on the movie “Promise Rings”. She was also cast as Elise in the movie “We Are Family” which has not been released yet. Furthermore, she was also cast as Roz on an American comedy-drama independent movie “Free the Nipple” which was directed by Lina Esco. In the year of 2015, she was seen appearing as Girl-Robin on an American romantic comedy-drama movie “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List” which was written by Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer and was directed by Kristin Hanggi.

Besides, Monique Coleman was cast in several movies like “Distortion”, “The Outdoorsman”, “Broken Star”, “Witness Infection”, “Real.Live.Girl”, “Steppin’ Back To Love”, “Phobias” and “The F*** Happened”.

 

Television Shows

In 2004, Monique Coleman was seen playing the role of Andy on an American comedy-drama television series “Gilmore Girls”. In the same year, she was seen appearing on several tv series like “10-8: Officers on Duty”, “Married to the Kellys”, “Malcolm in the Middle” and “Method & Red”.

Further, she was cast into the role of Gabrielle Pollard on an American teen noir mystery drama television series “Veronica Mars” in 2005. From the year of 2005 to 2006, she was seen playing the role of Mary Margaret on an American teen sitcom “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” which was created by Danny Kallis. Likewise, she was seen appearing as a Contestant on an American dance competition television series “Dancing with the Stars” in 2006.

In the same year, she was also seen hosting an American talk show “The View”.In the year of 2009, she was cast as Becca on an American crime procedural comedy-drama television series “Bones” and in that year, she was also seen providing her voice over the character Fontaisha on an American adult animated sitcom “The Cleveland Show” which was created by Seth MacFarlane. In the year of 2010, she was cast on an American educational children’s television series “The Electric Company”.

Also, Monique Coleman was seen playing the role of Morgan on an MTV reality show “Downtown Girls” in 2014. Likewise, she was seen appearing on several television movies and series like “Stitchers”, “The Fourth Door”, “Here We Go Again”, “High School Musical: 10th Anniversary”, “Miranda’s Rights”, “Guidance”, “We Are Family”, “I An Somebody’s Child: The Regina Louise Story”, “The Nightmare Tapes”, “The Disney Family SingAlong”.

 

Awards

In her career, she had won several awards including “19th Annual young Artist Award, Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards, American Music Award, Teen Choice Awards 2009 Award for Choice Movie, and Daytime Emmy Awards 2019.

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Net Worth

Monique Coleman is a talented and successful girl who has been seen appearing in several movies, series, and musical works has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

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