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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 13 April 1981New York City, New York, USA
Birth NameCourtney Brynn Peldon
Height 5' 3" (1.6 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Courtney Peldon was born on April 13, 1981 in New York City, New York, USA as Courtney Brynn Peldon. She is a talent agent and actress. She was previously married to Bradley Lieberman.

Spouse (1)

Bradley Lieberman (August 2010 - 2014) (divorced)

Trivia (15)

Older sister of Ashley Peldon.
Was voted (2002) by the film actors guild of NEPA as the young artist that most viewers wish they dated.
Parents are Jeffrey "Jeff" Peldon (attorney) and Wendy Peldon (college professor).
Appeared with Jonathan Taylor Thomas in Tom and Huck (1995). She later guest-starred on Home Improvement (1991) as one of the girlfriends of Thomas' character.
Graduated from Skidmore College with a major degree in Abnormal Psychology and a minor in Film.
Graduated magna cum laude from Skidmore College with a degree in Psychology.
With her great passion for animals, Courtney has 6 dogs, 2 cats, and 5 birds.
Owns a jewelry company called "Charmed Jewelry".
Shares birthday with Ron Perlman.
Co-starring in the comedy film, Freeloaders (2012), for the Broken Lizard comedy team, produced by Adam Duritz (Counting Crows) and also starring Jane Seymour, Dave Foley and Adam Duritz. [February 2009]
Recently added to the growing cast of the action adventure film Legacy (2019), to begin shooting mid-year. [March 2009]
Has a recurring role on the television show Boston Public (2000) and an upcoming independent film, Skin Walker (2004). [January 2003]
Completed filming sci-fi thriller movie InAlienable (2008), also starring Richard Hatch and Walter Koenig. [August 2007]
Starring in the thriller film Road to Hell (2008) alongside 'Michael Pare'. Shot entirely on green screen, due in theaters next year. [August 2008]
Starring in the theatrical production of "Publicityville", directed by her sister, Ashley Peldon, immediately followed up with the play "2B or not 2B" directed by Joe Nussbaum to benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund to aid non-writing members of the community who have been financially affected by the WGA strike. [January 2008]

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