Zoe McLellan Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Zoe McLellan Net Worth $5 Million
Zoe McLellan Net Worth: Zoe McLellan is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $5 million. Zoe McLellan was born in La Jolla, California in November 1974. Zoe was homecoming queen at South Kitsap High School in Washington. Her first screen role came in the 1994 film Imaginary Crimes. Among McLellan’s best known characters came starring as Jennifer Coates in the television series JAG from 2001 to 2005. McLellan now stars in the CBS drama show NCIS: New Orleans since 2014.
November 6, 1974
La Jolla, California, U.S.
5' 7" (1.7 m)
South Kitsap High School
J.P. Gillain (divorced)
Nathan McLellan, Cassie, Jeremy
One Fall, Deadly Honeymoon, Dungeons & Dragons, Stonebrook, Inventing the Abbotts, House Rules, Reunion
When she was a young girl, she told her aunt she wanted to be 'inside the TV.'.
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.
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.".
She was born in La Jolla, California and was raised in Washington State.
Name rhymes with "Joe," not "Joey.".
She is of Irish descent.
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.
Her favorite day on the set of Dungeons & Dragons (2000) was when they shot in the ancient sewers underneath the city of Prague.
She was married to J.P. Gillain. They have a son, together. She has a younger half-brother, Nathan, on her father's side, and a younger half-sister, Cassie, on her mother's side. Her half-sister is from Minnesota.
Attended South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard, Washington, and was also Homecoming Queen (Class of 1992).
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.