Connie Britton stars in "Friday Night Lights" on NBC and Direct TV as Tami Taylor, wife of Dillon High's head football coach Eric Taylor. Connie Britton originated the role of the coach's wife in the feature film, opposite Billy Bob Thornton, and directed by Peter Berg.

Britton is also featured in "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (2010) as Dr. Gwen Holbrook.

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Britton moved to Lynchburg, Virginia, at the age of seven with her family, including her fraternal twin sister. Britton went on to attend Dartmouth College, where she majored in Asian studies and spent a term in Beijing, China. Upon graduation, Britton moved to New York, where she spent two years at the Neighborhood Playhouse studying with Sanford Meisner and an additional two years performing in regional theater and Off-Broadway productions. Britton moved to Los Angeles after the success of the feature film "The Brothers McMullen."

Britton received accolades for her starring roles in Ed Burns' acclaimed independent films "The Brothers McMullen" and "No Looking Back." In the former, Britton captivated moviegoers with her portrayal of Molly, the luminous wife of a cheating husband. This popular low-budget film went on to win the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. After nearly canceling her audition with director Ed Burns, Britton reconsidered and her last meeting of the day turned into the role that would launch her career.

Britton starred in "Lost at Home" opposite Mitch Rouse and Gregory Hines. Britton's other television credits include "The Fighting Fitzgeralds" opposite Brian Dennehy, a recurring role in the highly-acclaimed NBC drama "The West Wing," and a starring role in the award-winning comedy "Spin City" opposite Michael J. Fox. Brittonis currently appearing in a recurring role on the popular television drama, "24."

Britton recently finished working on "The Last Winter," opposite Ron Perlman and "The Lather Effect," directed by Sarah Kelly. Her feature credits also include Edward Burns' independent film "Looking for Kitty."

In her free time, Britton, who resides in both New York and Los Angeles, enjoys hiking and yoga. Britton is also currently finalizing a documentary, which she produced and directed, on the orphans of Ethiopia.




'Nashville's' Connie Britton Picks Up Los Feliz Mediterranean Villa (Exclusive)
Ryan Murphy's Fox Drama '9-1-1' Casts 'Nashville' Alum Connie Britton
Skydance TV Signs Patrick Massett, John Zinman to Overall Deal
What's Leaving Netflix in October 2017
'Nashville' Midseason Trailer Previews Life After Rayna (Watch)
'Nashville' Showrunner Opens Up About Losing Connie Britton
'Nashville' Shocker Explained: Connie Britton Opens Up About Devastating Ending
'Hamilton' Producer, Jason Katims Team for NBC High School Drama Pilot
Women's March: Connie Britton, Padma Lakshmi, Lea DeLaria and More on Why They're Rallying
'Waco' Miniseries Starring Taylor Kitsch Lands at Spike TV

FACTS

How tall is she? How old is she? Find out here.

Age: 50 years old
Birthday: March 6, 1967
Height: 5' 8"
Full Name / Real Name: Constance Womack
Birthplace: Boston, MA
Husband: John Britton


Check out Connie Britton hot pics and sexy photos.

           

SEE ALL PICTURES (34)




CMT Reveals 2015-2016 Slate — New series include comedies starring Billy Ray Cyrus and Kellie Pickler, a nightly talk show, and a NASCAR event, while returning series include "Party Down South" and its spin-off, and "Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge." Read more...
ABC Unveils 2014-15 Primetime Schedule — New series include "American Crime," "Black-ish," "Cristela," "Forever," "Fresh Off the Boat," "Galavant," "How to Get Away with Murder," "Manhattan Love Story," "Marvel's Agent Carter," "Secrets and Lies," "Selfie" and "The Whispers." Read more...
Emmy Awards 2013 Nominations — "Breaking Bad," "Downton Abbey," "Game of Thrones," "Homeland," "House of Cards" and "Mad Men" will duke it out for the top drama prize. Read more...
SEE ALL NEWS



'BET Hip Hip Awards 2011' Winners — Kanye West takes top honors with CD of the Year; Nicki Minaj wins MVP of the Year; Lil Wayne takes home five; and Busta Rhymes locks in 4. Read more...
'Emmy Awards 2011' Winners — "Modern Family" and "Mad Men" repeat their wins for comedy and drama series, while Jim Parsons, Melissa McCarthy, Julianna Margulies and Kyle Chandler win in the lead actor categories. Read more...
MTV Orders 6 New Series — The newcomers include scripted series "Underemployed" and "Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous," as well as the reality series "Catfish," "Hoods," "Wait Till Next Year" and "Wake Brothers." Read more...
SEE ALL NEWS




 

Recurring & Guests

 

 




 
 
 
 
Post a Comment
Display Name
E-mail (optional)
(not displayed with comment)
URL (optional)
Comment
  BB code and links are not permitted.