Jennie Garth Biography

BornApril 3, 1972
Age52 years
Early Life as well as Family
Jennifer Eve Garth, known professionally as Jennie Garth, was born on April 3, 1972, in Urbana, Illinois, USA. She is the little girl of John and also Carolyn Garth, that each have 3 children from previous marriages, making Jennie the youngest of seven brother or sisters. When Garth was 13 years of ages, her family transferred to Glendale, Arizona, where she took dance lessons and also desired end up being a dancer.

Nevertheless, an executive recruiter discovered Garth during a regional talent competitors and advised her to seek an acting career. She participated in the Young Actors Space in Los Angeles as well as Greenway High School before transferring to Apollo High School, where she finished.

Profession Breakthrough
Jennie Garth's very first luck came in 1990 when she was cast as Kelly Taylor in the hit teenager dramatization collection "Beverly Hills, 90210". Developed by Darren Star and generated by Aaron Spelling, the program came to be a cultural phenomenon, and Garth gained popularity as well as acknowledgment for her representation of the prominent as well as affluent high school trainee. Garth starred in the series from 1990 to 2000, and also Kelly Taylor became her most famous role to day, gaining her multiple elections and also honors.

Various Other Acting Roles and Projects
Apart from her success in "Beverly Hills, 90210", Jennie Garth remained to work in the entertainment industry, showing up in numerous television programs as well as movies. In 1994, she starred along with other "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum Luke Perry in the made-for-television flick "Danielle Steel's 'Star.'" Adhering to the end of "Beverly Hills, 90210", Garth joined the cast of "What I Like About You", a sitcom co-starring Amanda Bynes, which broadcast from 2002 to 2006.

Garth has actually also taken on different guest appearances in other television series, such as "The $treet", "Just Shoot Me!" as well as "Community". Furthermore, she has starred in numerous television movies, including "Secret Santa", "The Last Cowboy", as well as "Mystery Girls", which also saw her rejoin with "Beverly Hills, 90210" co-star Tori Spelling.

In 2012, Garth participated in the fact television competitors collection "Dancing with destiny" and also was featured in her truth show, "Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country", which aired for one season.

Personal Life
Jennie Garth has been married three times. Her very first marriage was to artist Daniel Clark in 1994, however the pair separated in 1996. In 2001, she wed actor Peter Facinelli, whom she satisfied while recording the television motion picture "An Unfinished Affair" in 1995. Together, they have three daughters, Luca Bella, Lola Ray, as well as Fiona Eve. The couple introduced their separation in 2012 and also completed their divorce in 2013.

In 2015, Garth wed star and also producer Dave Abrams after meeting on an arranged date. The couple briefly separated in 2018 yet integrated in 2019.

Past her acting profession, Garth is an advocate for different charitable companies, especially those concentrating on youngsters's health and well-being. She has functioned closely with The American Heart Association, Stand Up to Cancer, as well as Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

Tradition and also Continued Career
Jennie Garth climbed to popularity during the 1990s, developing herself as a popular actress worldwide of tv drama. Her duty as Kelly Taylor in the pop culture classic "Beverly Hills, 90210" sealed her place in television history. Garth has continued to work progressively in the entertainment industry as well as continues to be an active fan of numerous charities, using her popularity and also influence to bring attention to crucial causes.

Our collection contains 2 quotes who is written / told by Jennie.

Related authors: Tori Spelling (Actress), Jason Priestley (Actor), Luke Perry (Actor), Danielle Steel (Novelist), Aaron Spelling (Producer), Lawrence Taylor (Athlete), Shannen Doherty (Actress)


2 Famous quotes by Jennie Garth

Small: The craziest thing I did to get a guy to notice me was going out with his best friend. It worked - he d
"The craziest thing I did to get a guy to notice me was going out with his best friend. It worked - he did notice me - but I don't recommend it"
Small: I know I have the ability to do so much more than just stand in front of the camera the rest of my life
"I know I have the ability to do so much more than just stand in front of the camera the rest of my life"