Teri Polo Height, Age, Bio, Filmography Net-Worth

Name Teri Polo
Born 1 June 1969  Theresa Elizabeth Polo
  Dover, Delaware, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986–present
Partner(s) Jamie Wollam (2007–2012)
Children 2
Age (52 years)
Height 1.65 m
Husband Anthony Moore

Early Life and Career Beginnings:-

Teri Polo was born Dover, Delaware to homemaker Jane and Stereo design engineer Vincent. She has German, Italian, and English heritage. When she was five, she began to study ballet, which she continued to train until the age of 18. When she was a teenager she was enrolled in the New York School of American Ballet. After winning the modelling contest Polo chose to go on an acting career.

It was in 1986 that Polo was the first actress to make her debut in”Loving,” an ABC daytime soap show “Loving,” playing the character Kristin Larsen. In the following year, she was offered her first major role in”TV 101,” which was a brief-lived CBS series “TV 101.” in 1990 Polo appeared as Christine Daae in the miniseries of two parts “The Phantom of the Opera,” as well as Justine Altemus Slatkin in the

Further Television Career:-

In the beginning of 2000, Polo was in the TV films “Second String” and “Straight from the Heart.” Polo was guest-starring in five seasons of legal drama “The Practice,” and played the lead part in the role of Alex Young on the short-lived ABC sitcom “I’m with Her.” From 2005 until the year 2006, Polo had one of her most memorable TV roles for”The West Wing,” an Aaron Sorkin political drama “The West Wing,” in which she played her role as the spouse of Jimmy Smits’ presidential candidate in the show’s sixth and seventh seasons. Polo continued to be a part of various television shows following the show season, including “Welcome to the Jungle Gym,” “For the Love of a Child,” “Legacy of Fear,” and “Finnegan.” In the 2000s she was a guest on the scenes in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “CSI: Miami,” “Ghost Whisperer,” “Drop Dead Diva,” and “Monk.”

The credits she had in the first half of 2010 included “Medium,” “Glory Daze,” “Law & Order: LA,” “Castle,” “Man Up!,” and “Criminal Minds.” In addition, she appeared part of the Hallmark films “A Taste of Romance” and “The Christmas Heart.” The year 2013 was the year that Polo started her biggest role yet in the ABC Family show “The Fosters,” playing San Diego police officer and gay mom of 5 children, Stef Adams Foster. The show ran for 104 hours, ending in the year the year. After that, Polo reprised her role as a guest star in the spinoff series “Good Trouble.” The actress’s other TV credits include the Hallmark films “The Christmas Shepherd” and “Love, Again,” the animated Hulu series “The Bravest Knight,” as well as”The Bravest Knight,” the Fox show “The Big Leap.”

Personal Life

Polo was married to photographer Anthony Moore in the spring of 1997. They had one child, Griffin, and divorced in 2005. Then, in the year 2006 Polo started dating musician Jamie William. The couple got married and had one daughter named Bayley in 2007. They eventually broke up in the year 2012.

Teri Polo Net Worth:-$200 Thousand

What is Teri Polo’s Net Worth?

Teri Polo, an American actress with a net worth of around $200 thousand. Teri Polo is well-known for her portrayals of Pam Byrnes-Fokker from “The “Meet the Parents” film trilogy, as well as in the “Meet the Parents” film trilogy, and as an officer in the department of police Stef Adams Foster in the ABC Family TV series “The Fosters.” In addition, she has been featured in films like “The Arrival,” “Full of It,” “Authors Anonymous,” and “Outlaws and Angels.” On TV, Polo has had additional prominent roles in “Northern Exposure,” “Sports Night,” and “The West Wing.”

Financial Problems

The month of April was when Teri Polo was declared bankrupt in California. In her bankruptcy filing, she listed her debts to the IRS as well as $30,000 in credit card in credit card debt. She also stated that her landlord had been seeking damages of $30,000.

Early Life and Career Beginnings

Teri Polo was born Dover, Delaware to homemaker Jane and Stereo design engineer Vincent. She has German, Italian, and English heritage. When she was five, she started studying ballet, and went on to study until the age of 18. At the age of a teenager she attended the New York School of American Ballet. After winning an modeling contest Polo chose to go on an acting career.

It was in 1986 that Polo was the first actress to make her debut in “Loving,” an ABC daytime soap drama “Loving,” playing the role of Kristin Larsen. In the following year, she was offered an important part on “TV 101,” which was a brief-lived CBS series “TV 101.” The year was 1990. Polo was Christine Daae in the miniseries of two parts “The Phantom of the Opera,” and played Justine Altemus Slatkin in the NBC TV movie “People like Us.”

Television Breakthroughs

Polo made her TV debut in 1994. Alongside appearing in the episodes of the Canadian crime-comedy show “Due South” and the horror anthology series “Tales from the Crypt,” she was also regular on”The final episode” of CBS program “Northern Exposure,” playing Michelle Schakowsky Capra. Following this, she made an appearance as a guest in”Chicago Hope,” the drama about medical professionals “Chicago Hope,” and she went on to be featured in several miniseries and TV films. Some of them include “Full Circle,” “Van Helsing Chronicles,” “A Prayer in the Dark,” “House of Frankenstein,” “Texarkana,” and “A Father for Brittany,” the latter of which starred Andrew McCarthy. In the mid nineties, Polo appeared in the episode “The Outer Limits,” and played a regular role in the role of detective Sergeant Delilah Ash on the short-lived supernatural Fox series “Brimstone.” Also, she was in five episodes of the show “Felicity,” and in eight episodes of Aaron Serkin’s “Sports Night.”

Further Television Career

In the beginning of 2000, Polo was in the TV films “Second String” and “Straight from the Heart.” She was a guest on 5 episodes on the drama about lawyers “The Practice,” and played the lead part in the role of Alex Young on the short-lived ABC sitcom “I’m with Her.” From 2005 until the year 2006, Polo had one of her most memorable television roles for The West Wing. Aaron Sorkin political drama “The West Wing,” as an actress who was Jimmy Smits’ presidential candidate in the show’s sixth and seventh seasons. Polo continued to be a part of several television films following the show as well, such as “Welcome to the Jungle Gym,” “For the Love of a Child,” “Legacy of Fear,” and “Finnegan.” In the 2000s she was a guest on the scenes from “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “CSI: Miami,” “Ghost Whisperer,” “Drop Dead Diva,” and “Monk.”

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Some of Polo’s credits from the first half of 2010 included “Medium,” “Glory Daze,” “Law & Order: LA,” “Castle,” “Man Up!,” and “Criminal Minds.” In addition, she appeared on the Hallmark films “A Taste of Romance” and “The Christmas Heart.” The year 2013 was the year that Polo started her biggest role yet in the ABC Family show “The Fosters,” playing San Diego police officer and gay Mother of Five, Stef Adams Foster. The show ran for 104 hours, closing in the year 2018. After that, Polo reprised her role in a guest role in the spinoff series “Good Trouble.” The actress’s other TV credits include the Hallmark films “The Christmas Shepherd” and “Love, Again,” the animated Hulu series “The Bravest Knight,” as well as”The Bravest Knight,” the Fox show “The Big Leap.”

Film Career

Polo first appeared in film in 1991, as Beryl Ann Devers, a character from the biker-themed war drama “Born to Ride,” co-starring John Stamos and John Stockwell. In the following year she appeared with Ethan Hawke in the teen comedy “Mystery Date.” The film was followed by movies such as “Passed Away”; the ski-themed action drama “Aspen Extreme”; the period film “The House of the Spirits,” with Meryl Streep Jeremy Irons, Glenn Close, Vanessa Redgrave, and Antonio Banderas; the neo-noir “Golden Gate”; and the science-fiction horror film “The Arrival,” with Charlie Sheen. Read More….

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