An American teen/romantic comedy-musical, High School Musical, has been loved by all teenagers and Taylor McKessie who is none other than Monique Coleman has been an unforgettable character. Born on November 13, 1980, in Orangeburg, South Carolina, she has worked in many Disney movies. Not only for acting, she is also well recognized as a dancer, entrepreneur, singer, and philanthropist. She won the fourth place in the ABC TV’s dance show called “Dancing with the Stars.” Let's look at the impressive bio of this celebrity.
Coleman was a student at The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago, from where she graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree (majoring in acting) in 2002. She has created fame and fan base through her noticeable presence on the screen, because of which Coleman has been awarded a couple of awards: 19th Annual Young Artist Awards (twice, in 1996 and 1997) in the Best Performance in a TV Movie or Feature Film: Young Ensemble category for The Ditchdigger's Daughters (on Family Channel), the Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards (2006) for The Reading Room, Teen Choice Awards (2006) in the Choice TV Show category for Comedy/Musical – High School Musical, American Music Award (2007) for High School Musical 2, Teen Choice Award (2009) in the Choice Movie category for Music/Dance – High School Musical 3. Let's hope that she wins more awards in the years to come.
Her own online talk show called Gimme Mo has made her famous and loved among the youths, and through this talk show, she discusses on bringing awareness on issues faced by youths. Most recently for the International Year of Youth, Coleman was presented with a letter of recognition for her role as the first ever UN Youth Champion. She is touring the globe using her status as a celebrity to bring to light the challenges faced by youth all over. She is also a StarPower Ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation. Coleman was part of dosomething.org's team that produced a video tutorial titled Do Something U, which primarily targets youngsters who are into activism and provides them with support so that they may be able to take their refined ideas to their communities. Coleman's tutorial focuses on the effective use of social media to spread ideas.
Coleman's nickname is Momo, and her full name is Adrienne Monique Coleman. She is quite short by height, only 5 feet 2 inches. Her husband is Walter Jordan, whom she married on St. Valentine's Day of the year 2012 in Thailand. It was a private ceremony that they got married in, and we hope that the couples must have had a good time being close to one another.
Coleman has 242k followers on Instagram and 525k followers on Twitter, and she could be followed through these social media sites mentioned here for more information or latest updates on her life and career. It wouldn't be out of place to say that she has had a great impact on the lives of so many young women out there who wish to achieve so much in their lives, following the example set by Coleman. Why not check out her page on Facebook and stay updated on her latest info?