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Overview (3)

Born in Los Angeles County, California, USA
Birth NameFiona Victoria Gubelmann
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

A native of Southern California, Fiona Gubelmann was raised in San Diego and then moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA, where she studied Theater. While at UCLA, she met her husband, actor Alex Weed.

Fiona is best known as the female lead on FX's critically acclaimed Wilfred (2011) and has appeared in many of television's top series, including Mad Men (2007), Modern Family (2009), and New Girl (2011) to name a few. In 2016 she was the lead in the successful Hallmark film Tulips in Spring (2016), the independent film 911 Nightmare (2016), and the Lifetime film Mommy's Little Girl (2016).

As of early 2017, she can be seen on two new series. She plays Lori on the hit Netflix/ Norman Lear series One Day at a Time (2017) and in the spring will be starring on the Star Jones produced series Daytime Divas (2017) opposite Vanessa Williams.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Fiona Gubelmann

Spouse (1)

Alex Weed (? - present)

Trivia (7)

Has studied with Milton Katselas, Richard Lawson, Lesly Kahn, Allen Barton, and Howie Deutch.
Was a camp counselor at Hess Kramer/Gindling Hilltop in Malibu.
Graduated from UCLA with a degree in Theater.
Graduated from Torrey Pines High School in Del Mar, California.
Her first time on stage she was four in a youth ballet performance of The Cabbage Patch Kids.
Loves working with kids and spent two years working for Artsbridge while at UCLA.
Met husband Alex Weed when they were both students at UCLA.

Personal Quotes (6)

One of my favorite comedies is 'Groundhog Day' and 'Scrooged.' I love Bill Murray, and I think he's a great example of an actor who is funny.
I actually got started in acting when I was in pre-school. I was really into dance and performing, so my mom had me in dance classes, and then I got involved in a local theater company.
I definitely prefer working in comedy over drama, but at the same time, when it comes to comedy, I tend to prefer comedies that have a great sense of truth to them and that come from an honest place.
I have an hourglass shape, and I think it's important to understand your body type and your personality type. Then make whatever is on trend and in fashion work for you.
I went to UCLA as pre-med. When I was there my freshman year, I auditioned for a play and got it, and I was so passionate. I just loved acting so much that I decided to switch majors and pursue acting.
I have a lot of anxiety about the red carpet. As a woman, it's uncomfortable to be in a position in which people are judging you, looking at what you're wearing, and criticizing you - not necessarily in a negative way.

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