Monique Coleman Poster


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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 13 November 1980Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA
Birth NameAdrienne Monique Coleman
Nickname Momo
Height 5' 2½" (1.59 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Monique Coleman was born on November 13, 1980 in Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA as Adrienne Monique Coleman. She is an actress, known for High School Musical (2006), High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008) and High School Musical 2 (2007). She has been married to Walter Jordan since February 14, 2012.

Spouse (1)

Walter Jordan (14 February 2012 - present)

Trivia (6)

On Round 2/Week 3 of Dancing with the Stars (2005), she danced the mambo to the hit number "Bop to the Top", a song sung by Ryan and Sharpay Evans (Lucas Grabeel and Ashley Tisdale) in the Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical (2006), in which she co-starred.
Best friends with Corbin Bleu.
She was on Dancing with the Stars in May 2006, finished fourth, and was partnered with Louis Van Amstel.
She attended The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated in 2002 with a BFA in Acting.
She is a StarPower Ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation.
Got married on Valentine's Day in a private ceremony in Koh Samui, an island off the coast of Thailand.

Personal Quotes (4)

I love the idea that somebody is going to compare me to my character or think that I am like my character when they see me. I feel like that is a role that I am willing to fulfill. I think it is important for girls to see movies where it is not all just about 'the boy' or it's simply being about 'the relationship' or 'Am I pretty enough?' or 'Am I cute enough?'. Here [the focus] is something that has to do with 'Am I talented enough?' or 'Am I smart enough?'. I love that. It is a big responsibility but it's exciting.
When I get recognized, every time feels like the first time.
As an African American actress there are people who have been staples in my life that opened a door that I can walk through. I hope that I can have that impact.
I was pissed. I really was. You have to split, bend over backward, touch our toe to our heads to get recognized. The men walk out there, sit down and have a woman dance around them and get higher scores.

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