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Zoe McLellan Net Worth

Zoe McLellan net worth is

$5 Million



Zoe McLellan Wiki Biography

Zoe Doran McLellan was born on the 6th November 1974, in La Jolla, California USA, and is a film and television actress, probably best known for her role as Petty Officer Jennifer Coates in the legal television drama JAG (2001-2005). Her career started in 1994, with a small part in the film “Imaginary Crimes”, starring Harvey Keitel.

Have you ever wondered how rich Zoe McLellan is as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Huston’s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount earned through her successful career in acting.

Zoe McLellan Net Worth $5 Million

Zoe McLellan was raised in Washington State after her parents divorced. She has a brother, Nathan, as well as a half-sister, Cassie, from her mother’s later marriage, and a half-brother, Jeremy, on her father’s side; he is of Irish heritage. When she was a mere child, she expressed a desire to be an actress, but she first graduated from South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard, Washington, in the class of 1992; there, she was crowned a Homecoming Queen. During this time, she also took acting classes and appeared in theatre, in preparation for her Hollywood career. After finishing school, she moved to Los Angeles to further pursue acting.

Zoe’s breakthrough role came in 1996, when she guest-starred in the science fiction television series “Sliders”, playing an antagonist named Logan St. Clare. Although she appeared only once, the show’s fans considered her to be the best villain of the series. Zoe built her career slowly, through numerous guest-starring roles and a few movie parts. She played Sandy in the 1997 coming-of-age film “Inventing the Abbotts”, which starred Liv Tyler, Joaquin Phoenix, Billy Crudup, and Jennifer Connelly. Later on, she took one of the main roles in the fantasy film “Dungeons & Dragons” (2000), based on the role-playing game of the same name. While the film was a critical and commercial failure, Zoe had several television projects to fall back on. She appeared in two science fiction television shows, the first being “Star Trek: Voyager” (2000), and the second being “The Invisible Man” (2000-2001).

Next came one of her most notable roles to date, that of Petty Officer First Class Jennifer “Jen” Coates in the CBS procedural drama “JAG” (2001-2005). She started out in a recurring role, from season seven to season nine, and was then incorporated to a series regular in season ten. After her tenure on “JAG” ended, Zoe soon found herself in another starring role, this time in the prime time drama series “Dirty Sexy Money” (2007-2009), alongside Peter Krause and Donald Sutherland. In 2010, she guest-starred in several TV shows, such as the medical drama “House, M.D.”, comedy drama “Royal Pains”, and drama/mystery show “The Mentalist”. For the next couple of years, she took a break from acting to focus on her family, but returned triumphantly with a starring role in the “NCIS” spin-off, “NCIS: New Orleans” (2014-2016). She also appeared in “NCIS” (2014; 2016), first in the two-episode back door pilot for the spin-off, and then in a crossover episode two years later.

Zoe continues to act, recently taking guest roles in the police procedural show “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (2017), as well as in the comedy drama “Suits” (2017). Her net worth is still rising!

When it comes to her private life, Zoe married J.P. Gillain in 2012, with whom she has one child, but the couple divorced in 2016. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, singing, songwriting, and pop music, especially Katy Perry.



Net Worth $5 Million
Date Of Birth November 6, 1974
Place Of Birth La Jolla, California, U.S.
Height 5′ 7″ (1.7 m)
Profession Actress
Education South Kitsap High School
Nationality American
Spouse J.P. Gillain (m. 2012–2015)
Children Sebastian Gillain
Siblings Nathan McLellan, Cassie, Jeremy
Twitter https://twitter.com/zoe_mclellan
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0572721/
# Quote
1 I lived in New York City for a while and miss it like it’s a person. Although I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, I’m a New Yorker at heart. A stroll through Central Park, a visit to the MET, a show on Broadway. There is no other city like it in the world!
2 I’m a big fan of Katy Perry.
3 I came to L.A. with confidence in my craft, and I was very offended when I didn’t get a part. It took me awhile to understand that it is not always about your acting.
4 I don’t necessarily call myself a psychic, but since I was a little girl, I would dream about things, and then I would tell my dad, and it would happen the next day.
5 Growing up in Seattle, I had the opportunity to take classes since I was 7 years old. I did theatre. I auditioned for film, television, commercials, and built up not just a resume but also some confidence. I learned how to master my craft before arriving in Los Angeles.
6 When I travel, there are no rules with my diet. I eat whatever looks good, but in small portions. Food is such a rich part of the travel experience. There is no way I would cut that out!
7 We can quiet our minds enough to tune in to what our bodies are telling us – I believe in angels – and we need to listen to the messages being sent. They are real messages – just as real as a human saying something to you.
8 I remember my very first audition for a film. I was in Seattle. They were taping the session, and I just went crazy. The director finally said, ‘Zoe, what are you doing? The camera’s right here. Just talk to me.’ And it took that director saying that to me to change everything.
9 I loved ‘Dirty Sexy Money.’ That didn’t have a long enough shelf life. I would’ve liked to explore that character and play with that cast longer. That was a lot of fun to shoot.
10 One of the most precious parts of acting is the work before you show up on the set, the time you spend being with your character before you bring that character to life. To me, that’s the most rewarding part of it all. It feels very good to show up on a set just knowing that’s with you.
11 I dream in numbers, and I like to look up the meaning of numbers, and numbers stick out to me.
12 I want to do a romantic comedy. Like a ‘When Harry Met Sally’ romantic comedy… A really sweet, show-my-vulnerability kind of role.
13 As a child, we visited the San Juan Islands during the summer. Kayaking, big family meals, playing on the beach – great memories!
14 I’m a big fan of a great glass of red wine and a delicious bowl of pasta made from scratch.
15 First acting gig was playing a victim in ‘America’s Most Wanted.’ The night the show aired, they caught the killer!
# Fact
1 Has many relatives who live in New Orleans.
2 When she was a young girl, she told her aunt she wanted to be ‘inside the TV.’.
3 Zoe is a singer/songwriter, she performed her original music in the cabaret show “L’efflueur des Sens” at the King King Club in Hollywood.
4 One of her passions is inspirational speaking; she had the honor of addressing the Messenger Summit following Neale Donald Walsch, the author of the series “Conversations with God.”.
5 She was born in La Jolla, California and was raised in Washington State.
6 Name rhymes with “Joe,” not “Joey.”.
7 She is of Irish descent.
8 In JAG (1995), her character, P.O. Jennifer Coates, appeared for the first time on December 11th in 2001 and was recurring during seasons 7, 8 and 9. For the 10th and also last season, she was promoted to the main cast. Her last appearance was in April 2005, when the show ended.
9 Her favorite day on the set of Dungeons & Dragons (2000) was when they shot in the ancient sewers underneath the city of Prague.
10 Attended South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard, Washington, and was also Homecoming Queen (Class of 1992).
11 Her portrayal of the villain “Logan St. Claire” in the Sliders (1995) third season episode, Sliders: Double Cross (1996), is widely considered by fans to be the show’s best villain, even though her only appearance was in that episode.

Actress

Title Year Status Character
Suits 2017 TV Series Holly Cromwell
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2017 TV Series Dr. Fran Conway
NCIS: New Orleans 2014-2016 TV Series Meredith Brody
NCIS 2014-2016 TV Series Meredith Brody
Perception 2015 TV Series Alice Pierce / Celia
Back to L.A. 2014 Alice
One Fall 2011 Julie Gardner
Inside Out 2010/I Short Katherine Taylor
The Whole Truth 2010 TV Series Stephanie Concolino
The Mentalist 2010 TV Series Marie Jarret Bajoran
Royal Pains 2010 TV Series Kim the winemaker
House M.D. 2010 TV Series Sidney Merrick / Patient X
Deadly Honeymoon 2010 TV Movie Gwen Merced
Dirty Sexy Money 2007-2009 TV Series Lisa George
Reunion 2009/II Averil
House Rules 2009 TV Movie Julia Rose
Person, Place or Thing 2008 Short Alexis
Conversations with God 2006 Zoe – Waitress
Bitter Sweet 2005 TV Movie Elizabeth
JAG 2001-2005 TV Series Jennifer Coates / Ens. Jane Connors
First Monday 2002 TV Series Emmie
The Invisible Man 2000-2001 TV Series Dr. Kate Easton
Dungeons & Dragons 2000 Marina Pretensa
Star Trek: Voyager 2000 TV Series Tal Celes
M.K.3 2000 TV Movie D’Artagnan
Stranger in My House 1999 Lara Lipski Lewis
Diagnosis Murder 1999 TV Series Police Detective Taylor Lucas
Stonebrook 1999 Londyn
The Wrong Girl 1999 TV Movie Kelly Garner
Silk Stalkings 1997 TV Series Marin Kennedy
Inventing the Abbotts 1997 Sandy
Home Invasion 1997/I TV Movie Gia
Sliders 1996 TV Series Logan St. Claire
Nowhere Man 1996 TV Series Mary
Mr. Holland’s Opus 1995 Girl 4
Medicine Ball 1995 TV Series
Under Suspicion 1995 TV Series Martha Swail
Imaginary Crimes 1994 Edgemont Girl #4

Self

Title Year Status Character
NCIS: New Orleans – Season 2: All the World’s a Stage 2016 Video short Herself
NCIS: New Orleans – Season 2: Bullets and Beignets: Exploring Season Two 2016 Video short Herself
NCIS: New Orleans – Season 2: Percy and Plame 2016 Video short Herself
NCIS: New Orleans – Season 2: Who Wore It Best? 2016 Video short Herself
Home & Family 2015-2016 TV Series Herself
NCIS: New Orleans – Season 1: A Big Easy Success 2015 Video short Herself
NCIS: New Orleans – Season 1: Spooktacular 2015 Short Herself
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2015 TV Series Herself
The Talk 2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
Entertainment Tonight 2014-2015 TV Series Herself / Herself – NCIS: New Orleans
The Insider 2014 TV Series Herself – NCIS: New Orleans
The Making of ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ 2001 Video documentary Herself

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