Bonnie Somerville Bio, Age, Net Worth, Height, Movies, Career, Instagram

Bonnie Somerville Biography

Bonnie Somerville is an American actress and singer. She has had roles in a number of movies and television series.
The most notable include; NYPD Blue, Grosse Pointe, Friends, The O.C., Cashmere Mafia, Kitchen Confidential, Without a Paddle and Golden Boy. She starred as Dr. Christa Lorenson in season one of the CBS medical drama Code Black.

Bonnie Somerville Age

Bonnie was born on February 24, 1974. She is aged 45 years as of 2019.

Bonnie Somerville Net Worth

Bonnie Somerville has a net worth is $ 2 million.

Bonnie Somerville Height/Weight

Somerville stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inch or 1.73 m and weighs 54 kg

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Bonnie Somerville Career

Somerville was noticed by a modeling scout while waiting tables. At the age of 22 she moved to Los Angeles, assembled a band and got an agent. She sang backup on Joshua Radin’s first album, We Were Here. Her song “Winding Road” was included on the Garden State soundtrack, a film written and directed by Zach Braff.
Somerville’s first acting job was as an extra in the 1996 film City Hall. Her first major role for television was for the lead in the CBS miniseries Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story (1999), in which she also sang. In 2000 Somerville starred in the series Grosse Pointe, and later played Rachel Hoffman, a colleague of Sandy Cohen, in season one of The O.C..
Somerville had a recurring role as Ross Geller’s girlfriend, Mona, for seven episodes in Season 8 of Friends. During the final season (2004–05) of NYPD Blue, she had a supporting role as Det. Laura Murphy. She appeared in fifteen episodes.
In 2005, Somerville starred as a lead role in the short-lived sitcom Kitchen Confidential opposite Bradley Cooper. In 2008 she starred the ABC dramedy Cashmere Mafia, along with Lucy Liu, Miranda Otto and Frances O’Connor. She also guest-starred in CBS’s Gary Unmarried.
Somerville had small roles in the films Spider-Man 2, Without a Paddle, Bedazzled, Shades of Ray, The Ugly Truth and Labor Pains. She had a lead role in the 2010 independent comedy film The Best and the Brightest, along with Neil Patrick Harris and Amy Sedaris. She played Sam, who moves to New York City with her partner Jeff (Harris) and attempts to get their five-year-old daughter into an elite private kindergarten. In June 2010, Somerville appeared in an episode of Royal Pains.
In 2011, Somerville starred in the Hallmark Channel Christmas television film A Holiday Engagement, in which she sings the song “Angels We Have Heard On High”.
In 2013, Somerville played Detective Mackenzie on CBS’s Golden Boy which aired for one season. Somerville is a singer in the group Band from TV with Greg Grunberg, Bob Guiney, James Denton, Hugh Laurie, Jesse Spencer, Barry Sarna, Brad Savage, Rich Winer and Chris Kelley.

Bonnie Somerville Movies

In 2018, in A Star Is Born as Sally Cummings. In 2016, in Pup Star as Emily Rose. In 2015, in Pearly Gates as Sharon. In 2014, in The Prince as Susan. In 2012, in Treasure Buddies as Mala (voice), in Seven Below as Brooklyn, in Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups as Mrs. Paws (voice), in Fire with Fire as Karen Westlake. In 2010, in Chasing Zero as Dr. Diane Rider, in The Best and the Brightest as Sam, in The Search for Santa Paws as Kate Hucklebuckle.
In 2009, in Labor Pains as Suzi Cavendish, in The Ugly Truth as Elizabeth, in Nobody as Fiona. In 2008, in Shades of Ray as Noelle Wilson. In 2006, in Jump as Sam Boyd. In 2004, in Spider-Man 2 as Screaming Woman, in Without a Paddle as Denise. In 2000, in Crime and Punishment in Suburbia as Stuck Up Girl, in Bedazzled as Girl at Beer Garden, in Sleep as Easy, in Hutch Rimes as Julie Proudfit.

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