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Overview (3)

Born in Woburn, Massachusetts, USA
Birth NameNancy Ann Kerrigan
Height 5' 4" (1.63 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Nancy Kerrigan was born on October 13, 1969 in Woburn, Massachusetts, USA as Nancy Ann Kerrigan. She is an actress and director, known for Blades of Glory (2007), Fairy Tales on Ice: Alice Through the Looking Glass (1996) and Greatest Hits on Ice (1994). She has been married to Jerry Solomon since September 9, 1995. They have three children.

Spouse (1)

Jerry Solomon (9 September 1995 - present) ( 3 children)

Trivia (23)

Figure skating bronze medalist at 1992 Albertville, France Olympics
Figure skating silver medalist at 1994 Lillehammer, Norway
August 2000: Her dad Dan won $1,000,000 on a $5 scratch-off lottery ticket at his local Massachusetts beverage store.
Named one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" in 1993.
Recently published "Artistry On Ice: Figure Skating Skills and Style", a book she wrote with Mary Spencer.
Has a son, Matthew Eric, with husband, Jerry Solomon, born December 17th, 1997.
Son, Brian, was born in Massachusetts on April 14th, 2005, weighing in at 7 pounds 9 ounces.
Has a stepson, Clay
Resembles actress Heather Langenkamp who had played her in Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story (1994)
Parents: Father Dan and mother Brenda (legally blind).
Brothers Michael and Mark.
Shy as a child, wanted to be treated like a boy. Learn to skate when her older brother, Michael, wanted to learn how to play hockey.
Graduated from Stoneham High School and attended Emerson College in Boston to study business.
On Wednesday, May 14th, 2008, in Winchester, Massachusetts, Nancy gave birth to her third child, and first daughter. Nicole Elizabeth Solomon, was 6 lbs, 12 oz and 18 3/4 inches long.
One of her sponsors was the Walt Disney Company. Kerrigan drew some bad press after appearing at a Walt Disney World event, when the wireless microphone she wore picked up several negative comments Kerrigan made.
Her father, Daniel Kerrigan, died at age 70 on January 24, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Friend of skaters Kristi Yamaguchi, Scott Hamilton and Paul Wiley.
Expecting second child [March 2005]
Performing on tour with "Champions on Ice". [December 2002]
Suffered 6 miscarriages between the births of her sons Matthew in 1997 and Brian in 2005.
Struck in the knee rival Tonya Harding's ex-husband before the 1994 Olympics.
Developed an eating disorder after the 1994 Attack.
In the media, the attack was known as the "the whack heard round the world.".

Personal Quotes (9)

I really don't look back unless someone asks me to look back, and then I have to. Otherwise, why would I? I was attacked.
I just started shrinking, I'd put on makeup differently to sort of hide that I was wasting away. Strangers would say, Oh, that's not enough food on your plate.
[on the 1992 Winter Games] it felt like it was the first time I came out of my shell, If I saw someone at the cafeteria with a USA jacket on, I'd just go sit with them.
[on her eating disorder]I didn't realize what I was doing. I lost a whole bunch of weight before competing because I was working out for hours,it's a lot of work. Then realizing, Oh, I ate a banana today.
[on developing her eating disorder]I would avoid food because it was something I could do. I felt like I could control that and nothing else.I don't know why but that seemed like an accomplishment.
on why she developed an eating disorder]I was trying to help everyone else. I was taking care of my mom, trying to be there for everyone.
[on how she stopped her eating disorder]But then I saw my son doing the same thing. He was, like, No, no, no. I'm not hungry. I'm fine. I'm fine.I was like, Oh. Give me a piece of that pizza. I better eat that because he's watching me and doing what I'm doing. I'm doing that again. I'm so thankful for a logical brain because it could've gone such a different route.
[on producing the documentary Why Don't You Lose 5 Pounds] I've seen women who have ended up having having hysterectomies because they had an eating disorder for so many years that they damaged their bodies so much. There's one girl that I competed against when I was young, she died.I think a lot of times people see it as something they can control, but frankly the eating disorder starts to control you.
On I, Tonya (2017): "I already lived through that, so..."

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