About Cynthia LaMontagne
Cynthia Ann LaMontagne is a former American actress, born on February 15, 1966, in California, United States.
Cynthia LaMontagne has acted in several television episodes and films. She is best remembered for her recurring role as Big Rhonda in the fourth season of the TV series 'That '70s Show' in six episodes from 2001–2002.
The American actress has also appeared in many other movies and television shows, such as 'Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery', 'Criminal Minds', 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer', 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall', 'Veronica Mars', 'The Cable Guy', 'Maybe This Time', and many more. The former actress was active in the entertainment industry for about 15 years, from 1993-2008. She is also famously known for being the sister-in-law of actor Daniel Zelman.
Cynthia LaMontagne Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits
What is Cynthia LaMontagne's net worth?
Cynthia LaMontagne has an estimated net worth of around $1.5 million.
How much does Cynthia LaMontagne earn per year?
Since the former actress, Cynthia LaMontagne, is now retired, there is no information about her yearly income.
Height, Age & Physical Attributes
How tall is Cynthia LaMontagne?
Cynthia LaMontagne stands at the height of 5 ft 11 in (179 cm).
How old is Cynthia LaMontagne?
Since she was born on February 15, 1966, Cynthia LaMontagne is 56 years old as of 2022.
Childhood And Education
Cynthia Ann LaMontagne was born and raised in California. She was born on February 15, 1966. Cynthia LaMontagne was raised in Los Angeles with her younger sister. Her mother was a high school teacher at a local school, whereas her father was a pianist. Cynthia LaMontagne had wanted to be a model since she was a child and attended her first audition to pursue her dreams. After finishing high school in 1984, she joined a university from where she earned a bachelor of arts degree in 1988.
Family, Romance, And Relationships
Who is Cynthia LaMontagne's partner?
Cynthia LaMontagne met her husband Aaron Zelman in 2003 at a party thrown by a mutual friend. They started dating two weeks later. In 2006, Aaron Zelman and Cynthia LaMontagne got married in a private ceremony with their closest friends and family attending. Cynthia LaMontagne is the sister-in-law of the famous screenwriter, actor, television producer, and director Daniel Zelman.
Career And Professional Highlights
Best Known For…
Cynthia LaMontagne worked at various jobs for the next five years after graduating from college. She worked while attending auditions. In 1993, she began her acting career when she starred as the woman in the elevator in the crime and thriller film 'Carlito's Way', which starred Penelope Ann Miller, Al Pacino, and Sean Penn. The movie was a huge hit at the box office and won two awards. It was also nominated for seven more, including two Golden Globes.
Cynthia LaMontagne featured alongside actors Ben Stiller, Tea Leoni, and Patricia Arquette in the 1996 comedy film 'Flirting With Disaster'. Cynthia LaMontagne appeared in the comedy-drama thriller 'The Cable Guy', starring Jim Carrey, and was then cast as Fembot in the adventure comedy 'Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery' in 1997. In the same year, she also appeared in Jann Karam's short film 'Under The Big Muu-Muu'.
In 1998, LaMontagne appeared in the comedy-adventure 'Border To Border', and then went on to act in Christopher Helsen's romantic comedy 'My Engagement Party', in the comedy 'Live Virgin', starring Mark Adair-Rios in 1999, and also in the romantic comedy 'Would I Lie To You', in 2002.
The final role in the film industry that Cynthia LaMontagne had before retiring from acting was in the romantic comedy 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' in 2008, starring Jason Segel, Paul Rudd, and Kristen Bell. The film was nominated for 19 awards and won four awards.
In 1995, Cynthia LaMontagne made her television debut as Bethany in the episode 'Gracie Under Fire' of the comedy series 'Maybe This Time', starring Betty White, Marie Osmond, and Ashley Johnson. The show followed Julia Wallace, a divorcee who runs a family coffee shop while her mother encourages her to find true love.
Cynthia LaMontagne went on to star in individual episodes of many programs, including the episode 'Too Hip For The Room' in the romantic comedy series 'Ellen' and the episode 'The Loop' in the comedy series 'Champs', both in 1996. She appeared in the romantic drama 'ER' in the episode 'Whose Appy Now' in 1997. She was also cast as Tiki in the comedy series 'Temporarily Yours', which aired for six episodes before being canceled. LaMontagne made her next appearance in 1998 in the comic drama 'Maximum Bob' in the episode 'A Little Tail'.
Cynthia LaMontagne played the role of Melissa Larson in the 1999 romantic sitcom 'Mad About You', which starred Helen Hunt, Paul Reiser, and John Pankow. She then appeared in single episodes of many series, including the comedy-crime drama 'Snoops', the romantic comedy 'Dharma & Greg', and the action crime drama 'Nash Bridges'. She played Annie in the comedy 'Frasier' in the episodes' Don Juan In Hell: Part 2' and 'The Ski Lodge', and was subsequently cast as Mary Jo Zimmerman in the murder drama mystery 'Crossing Jordan' in the episode 'Wrong Place, Wrong Time'.
The final TV appearances of Cynthia LaMontagne were in the 2005 episode 'Ruskie Business' of the crime, mystery, and drama film series 'Veronica Mars', in which she played Catherine Lenova; in the 2006 episode 'Riding The Lightning' of the crime and mystery TV show 'Criminal Minds', and in the 2007 episode 'Burglary' of the crime mystery series 'Eyes'.
Other Interesting Cynthia LaMontagne Facts And Trivia
- Cynthia LaMontagne has been out of the limelight for about 14 years. As of 2022, she lives a quiet life in Los Angeles, California, with her husband and pets.
- Cynthia LaMontagne has starred in many movies and shows like 'Criminal Minds', 'That '70s Show', 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall', and more.
- Cynthia LaMontagne is most popularly known for her role as Big Rhonda in the fourth season of the comedy sitcom 'That '70s Show', which stars Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, and Topher Grace. The series ran from 1998-2006, winning 15 awards, including a Primetime Emmy, and receiving 77 nominations.
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