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Monique Coleman Introduction
Adrienne Monique Coleman well known as ‘Monique Coleman’ is a prominent American actress, Producer, musician, and Motivational Speaker.
Adrienne Monique rose to Stardom and fame by portraying the character of “Taylor McKessie” in the superhit movie franchise “Highschool Musical” alongside Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, and Zac Efron.
Adrienne Monique is a Disney Kid who has appeared in other Disney movies and shows like “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”, “The Disney Family sing along”, “The Broken”, etc.
Monique Coleman is coming back to Disney to reprise her character of “Taylor McKessie” for the “Highschool musical series” in 2023.
Monique Coleman Net Worth & Salary
Adrienne Monique Coleman’s net worth is $2 million.
Adrienne Monique has been part of many television shows and movies as the main character and also as a guest star. Monique’s television shows and movies are quite successful which resulted in making her a notable name in show business.
She additionally appears as a guest in reality shows and other public appearances which adds up to her total net worth.
Monique Coleman Age, Early Life & Biography
Adrienne Monique Coleman’s age is 42 years old. Monique was born on the 13th of November 1980.
Monique Coleman was born to Roz Coleman. At the time of her birth, the Colemans were staying in Orangeburg, South Carolina.
Not extensively is known about the parents, family, friends, or early life of Adrienne Monique Coleman.
For her education, She went to Heathwood Hall Episcopal School. Post graduating high school, she was enrolled at DePaul University.
She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from DePaul University and resettled to La La Land to commence her Acting career.
|Name:||Adrienne Monique Coleman|
|Birth Date:||13 November 1980|
|Birth Place:||Orangeburg, South Carolina|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Walter Jordan (m.2012-d.2022)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||0|
|Profession:||American Actor and Musician|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Content Last Updated:||December 2022|
Monique Coleman Personal Life
Adrienne Monique Coleman her soul mate and the love of her life in Walter Jordan. The duo started dating in early 2009.
After 3 years of dating, Monique and Walter decided to legalize the love and tied the knot in 2012.
The couple was leading a happy and prosperous life in Los Angeles. Despite being together for so long, the duo filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences.
In early 2022, after spending more than a decade together, their divorce was finalized and Walter Jordan moved out of Monique Coleman’s LA residence.
Monique Coleman Career
Adrienne Monique Coleman officially began her acting career when she was in her sophomore year at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School.
Monique successfully wrote, produced, directed, and also played the lead part in “Voices From Within”. The attendance of the audience was in the hundreds, and Monique received a well-deserved standing ovation for her performance.
After successfully graduating from DePaul’s with a BFA, Monique Coleman moved to Los Angeles in search of suitable work to kick-start her career.
In 1995, Monique Coleman got her debut short film “Mother of the River”. It was an Independent short film that was released at the Chicago film festival and received various prestigious awards.
In 1997, Monique was approached by the casting director of “The Ditch Digger’s Daughter” to play the character of Young Donna. This was a TV movie that made Monique quite a famous small-screen name.
During 1998-2003, Monique Coleman returned on stage with the live production of plays like “The Colored Museums”, “The Real Thing”, “Polaroid Stories”, etc.
Monique Coleman appeared in shows like “Boston Medicine”, “Gilmore Girls”, “Malcolm In the Middle”, and “Strong Medicine” from 2003-2004.
Monique’s dream of working with James Earl Jones came true when she got the 2005 hit television movie “The Reading Room”. This movie received positive reviews and responses from the public and presented Monique in a different light.
2006 changed the fate and popularity of Monique Coleman for good. After years of struggle, she finally got her well-deserved big screen break.
Her Portrayal of “Leesha” in “The Reading Room” caught the eyes of the Casting Director and executives of the Disney channel.
Monique Coleman was approached to audition for the part of “Taylor McKessie” for Disney’s new movie titled “High school Musical”.
Monique Coleman played the character of the Best friend of the female protagonist Gabriella Montez, played by Vanessa Hudgens. The Movie also starred Ashley Tisdale, Zac Efron, etc.
Monique also cultivated a lifelong friendship with her on-screen best friend Vanessa Hudgens.
Monique Coleman went on to appear in other Disney shows like “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”, “Forever Plaid”, and “Not so Suite”. She also reunited with her HSM best friend Vanessa Hudgens for her new show “A Prom Story”.
In 2006, Monique Coleman was seen on the third season of “Dancing with the Stars”. She competed with her choreographer and partner Louis Van Amstel.
Monique Coleman and Louis Van Amstel secured the fourth position.
In recent years, Monique Coleman has been part of many television movies, commercial movies, and television shows like “The Distortion”, “A Christmas Dance Reunion”, “Greed”, “Family Reunion”, etc.
It was announced that Monique Coleman will return as Taylor McKessie in the 4th season of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”.
Monique Coleman Awards & Achievements
Monique Coleman has been honored with well-deserved awards and accolades in her career.
She received the “Young Artists Award”, “Teen Choice Award”, “CAMIE Award”, and “American Music Award”.
Monique Coleman Major Investments and Assets
Unfortunately, information about Monique’s investments and assets isn’t available on the internet.
Monique Coleman Must Watch Latest Video and Trending Photographs
This is the link to the recent interview of Monique Coleman with E! News regarding her High school musical journey and her reprisal of “Taylor McKessie” character for the 4th season of the High school musical series.
Monique Coleman Twitter Handle
This is the link to Monique Coleman’s official Twitter handle.