Connie Sellecca is a prominent American actress, producer, and former model, who acted in many television films and series. She is best known for acting in series like The Greatest American, Hotel, and Flying High. She was nominated for the awards like Golden Globe for Best Television series in 1987. Connie worked as a fashion model before she started her career as a professional actress. Some of her major works are in the television series Intelligence for Your Life, All About Christmas Eve, Second Chances, A House of Secrets and Lies, and many others.
The early life of Connie Sellecca
Connie Sellecca was born in The Bronx, New York City, the United States of America, on May 25, 1955, and she is 67 years old. Her father’s name is Primo Sellecchia, and her mother’s name is Ann Sellecchia, and their occupations are unknown. Both of her parents are Italian. Connie has two siblings: one brother, Vincent Sellecchia, and one sister, Rosann Mack. She spent her early life in The Bronx, and later when she was seven years old, she moved to Pomona, New York City, along with her family members. Connie has been interested in acting from a young age, and she used to watch more films and television, inspiring her to start her career as an actress. Her parents are very supportive and help her to achieve her dream.
The Education Qualification of Connie Sellecca
Connie Sellecca studied at Pomona Junior High School; after that, she moved to Ramapo High School in Spring Valley. While there, she became more interested in performing arts. After competition her high school, she joined Boston College and studied there only for a year; then she dropped out of college because she decided to start her career as an actress, so she discontinued her studies.
The personal details of Connie Sellecca
Real Name: Concetta Sellecchia
Profession: Former model, Actress, Activist, Spokesperson
Celebrity name: Connie Sellecca
Place of Birth: The Bronx, New York City, the United States of America
Birthday: May 25, 1955
Colour of Eyes: Dark Brown
Colour of Hair: Dark Brown
Net Worth: $ 30 million
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Body measurements of Connie Sellecca
Height in cm: 175 cm
Height in Feet: 5 ft. 9 in.
Weight in Kg: 59 kg
Weight in Pound: 130 lbs
Body Measurements: 33-25-33 inches/ 84-64-86 cm
Breast Size: 33 inches/ 84 cm
Waist Size: 25 inches/ 64 cm
Hip Size: 33 inches/ 86 cm
Shoe Size (In U.S.): 9
Dress Size (In the U.S.): 6
Family details of Connie Sellecca
Mother’s Name: Ann Sellecchia
Father’s Name: Primo Sellecchia
Number of Siblings: Vincent Sellecchia and Rosann Mack
Relationship Status: Married
Children: Gib Gerard and Prima Tesh
Spouse Name: John Tesh
The Relationship Details of Connie Sellecca
Connie was in a relationship with Howard Platt, and they both first met while acting together in the television series Flying High in 1978. They both dated for many years, and later they both engaged and announced their relationship officially. They both acted together in some series, and in 1978 their wedding date was fixed, but it was cancelled because of the filming schedule. Later they both broke up their engagement and separated before their new wedding date was fixed.
After that, she was in a relationship with Gil Gerard, an actor, and they both married in the 1980s, and the actual marriage date is unknown. They both together have a son named Gib Gerard. In 1987, they filed for divorce and separated officially. After the divorce, Connie had a relationship with John Tesh, a pianist and Entertainment Tonight host. On April 4, 1992, they married in the ceremony after dating for more than two years. They both together have a daughter named Prima Tesh.
The Net Worth of Connie Sellecca
Connie Sellecca currently has a net worth of $ 30 million, and there is little more information about her annual income and salary.
Interesting facts about Connie Sellecca
- Connie also runs her own business; in 1991, she signed a contract with Montgomery Ward to design clothing, jewellery and lingerie.
- She is a co-founder of Sellecca Solutions, which deals in skincare products.
- Connie also worked as an activist and spokesperson for many charity organisations and raised funds for the charity trustees.
- She likes to prank everyone and uses fake blood to prank her husband.
- Connie was selected to act in the film Galaxina, but later her role was replaced by Dorothy Stratten.
Connie Sellecca on social media
Connie Sellecca is active on social media platforms; on Facebook, she has more than 320 k followers, and she will use to upload more pictures and videos in it. She has more than 264 K followers on her Twitter account, and she tweets frequently. Connie has more than 710 K followers on Instagram, and she will use to post more pictures, videos, reels, and stories in it.
The Professional life of Connie Sellecca
Connie Sellecca made her debut performance in the television film The Bermuda Depths as Jennifer Haniver in 1978, and in the same year, she acted in the series Flying High as Lisa Benton. In 1979, Connie acted in the television films Captain America II: Death Too Soon as Dr Wendy Day and She’s Dressed to Kill as Alix Goldman. From 1981 to 1983, Connie acted in the comedy series The Greatest American Hero in the role of Pam Davidson. From 1983 to 1988, she acted in the series Hotel as Christine Francis and was nominated for the Golden Globe award for her acting in the series.
In 1984, she acted in the series Finder of Lost Loves in the role of Sara Hawthorne Nevins. Then Connie acted in the television films like International Airport in 1985, Miracle Landing in 1990, A House of Secrets and Lies in 1992, A Holiday to Remember in 1995, Something Borrowed, Something Blue in 1997, Anna’s Dream in 2002, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus in 2001, and many others. In the television film All About Christmas Eve, Connie acted in the role of Elizabeth Cole in 2012. From 2013 to 2015, she appeared as the host of the show Intelligence for Your Life.