Teal Redmann: Where She Was Born, When, Movies, All

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Teal Redmann is an actress best known for playing the character Louise Grant in the television series “Gilmore Girls” and counting. Here is everything we know about her.

Who is Teal Redmann and where she was born?

Redmann is an actress well known for portraying Nicky Williams in the TV movie “Double Teamed” and her role in “Gilmore Girls”, she was born on 30 September 1982 in Minnesota, the United States. She is 39 years old at the time of filing this.

At the age of seventeen, she moved to Los Angeles, California.

Teal Redmann acting career and movies appearance

Everyone has to start with a minor role before the big ones come knocking, Redmann made her acting debut in the television series “Undressed” where she portrayed Abby in 1999, the following year, she starred as Dr. Tess Adkins in the film “Chameleon 3: Dark Angel”.

But Teal’s career didn’t get a lot of recognition until her role in the television series “Gilmore Girl” where she portrayed Louise Grant in the series. The show aired for seven seasons and ended in 2007 but Redmann appeared in only four seasons and 34 episodes of the show.

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She also played Nicky Williams in the 2002 film “Double Teamed” and also made guest-starred as Annie Webb in the TV series “Boston Public” in 2001, Sarah Mitchell in “CSI: Miami” in 2004, and as Elie Brass in the TV show “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” from 2005 to 2014.

Is Teal Redmann in a Relationship? Other facts

Being curious about Teal’s relationship and dating life, will leave you a bit disappointed because not much information about her present and past relationship or any previous engagement is known. Well, guess she might be keeping it away from the eyes of the public or to say that she’s is currently single but one can’t tell.

About her net worth, that’s a thing of mystery because it hasn’t been estimated due to the unknown value of her salary, income, and assets. Teal Redmann once supported the Dream Again Campaign for Love146 to combat child sex slavery and exploitation.

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