Kirsten Vangsness Net Worth

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Net Worth: $3 Million
Date of Birth: Jul 7, 1972 (48 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Kirsten Vangsness Net Worth:
$3 Million

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Kirsten Vangsness net worth: Kirsten Vangsness is an American actress who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Kirsten Vangsness was born in Pasadena, California, and went on to attend to Cypress College. She subsequently graduated from California State University – Fullerton. She began her professional acting career in theater productions in Los Angeles, and won numerous performance awards. She then began her professional on-camera career in the mid-2000s, appearing on such television shows as “Phil of the Future” and “LAX”. She began adding film credits to her resume in 2006. Since then, she has appeared in such films as, “A List”, “In My Sleep”, and “The Chicago 8”. She has also appeared in guest starring and recurring roles on such shows as “Vampire Mob”, “Pretty: The Series”, and “Good Job, Thanks!”. She is most widely recognized for her work as Penelope Garcia on the popular dramatic series, “Criminal Minds”.

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Inspirational Quotes by Kirsten Vangsness

I like dressing how I like to dress, and I look like a little art statement.

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I like writing about what to me are like questions that I have about myself and the human condition. I find quantum physics fascinating, so I like to write about that, and I like things that make me laugh.

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I am a theater girl, and a lot of theater girls dress however pleases them. I wear whatever looks good on me. I wear what I wear because I have been shopping at thrift stores since I was five.

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You would never argue about a straight girl playing a lesbian. Everybody still watched ‘The L Word.’ I feel like we have such great role models, like Jane Lynch and Jodie Foster and all these people that you don’t even think about.

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On television, you have an intimate moment with the camera. In theater, you are making something live with people there. My brain doesn’t understand that you don’t get another take ever. I’m finally learning on TV that you can do something over if you make a mistake.

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