Monique Coleman Biography

Monique Coleman is an American actress, singer, dancer and entrepreneur. Check out this biography to know about her birthday, childhood, family life, achievements, and fun facts about her.

Monique Coleman
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Birthday: November 13, 1980

Nationality: American

Famous: Actresses American Women

Age: 38 Years, 38 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Scorpio

Also Known As: Adrienne Monique Coleman

Born in: Orangeburg, South Carolina

Famous as: Actress, Singer, Dancer, Entrepreneur

Height: 5'2" (157 cm), 5'2" Females

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Walter Jordan (m. 2012)

mother: Roz Coleman

U.S. State: South Carolina

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education: Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, DePaul University, The Theatre School at DePaul University

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Adrienne Monique Coleman is an American actress, singer, dancer and entrepreneur. She is best known for playing the role of Taylor McKessie in Disney's High School Musical movies as well as for appearing as Mary Margaret in the series ‘The Suite Life of Zack & Cody’. Coleman, who once competed in ABC's ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ was very deeply involved in her school and community, and participated in a range of activities from cheerleading and competing in forensic tournaments to performing in plays and volunteering with abused children. In addition to her career in the entertainment field, she is also an entrepreneur who has achieved considerable success in her business ventures. She launched her online talk show called ‘Gimme Mo', a show dedicated to today's youth, in September 2010. More recently, Coleman received the title of the first UN Youth Champion for the International Year of Youth. She is a great philanthropist and has worked with dosomething.org. Currently, the American actress cum businesswoman is on a world tour to raise awareness regarding the challenges facing the youth.

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Monique Coleman
Career
  • Monique Coleman made her first screen appearance in the independent film ‘Mother of the River’ in 1995. Two years later, she appeared in the TV movie ‘The Ditchdigger's Daughters’. In 2003, she appeared in an episode of ‘Strong Medicine’. The following year, she guest starred in a number of television programs, such as 'Gilmore Girls', 'Married to the Kellys', 'Malcolm in the Middle' and 'Method & Red'. Soon after this, Coleman was cast as Mary Margaret in Disney Channel’s ‘The Suite Life of Zack & Cody’.
  • In the year 2006, she participated in the reality competition show ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and also joined the cast of the High School Musical movie franchise as Taylor McKessie. She then had a small voice role in an episode of ‘The Cleveland Show’. The actress then appeared in the educational TV series ‘The Electric Company’ in 2010. Four years later, she got featured in the comedy drama film ‘Free the Nipple’ as well as in an episode of ‘Downtown Girls’. She next appeared in the romantic flick ‘Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List’.
  • In 2017, Coleman was cast as Katina Howard in season 3 of ‘Guidance’. She is also the host of Disney Channel’s ‘3 Minute Game Show: HSM Edition.’ She recorded a track titled "Christmas Vacation" for a holiday album called ‘A Disney Channel Holiday’.
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Personal Life
  • Adrienne Monique Coleman was born on November 13, 1980, in Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA to Roz Coleman. She attended Heathwood Hall Episcopal School and later went to the DePaul University in Chicago, receiving her BFA in acting in 2002. Talking about her love life, Coleman got married to Walter Jordan on Valentine’s Day in year 2012 in Koh Samui, Thailand.
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