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Kirsten was born 7 July 1972 in Pasadena, California. She has Norwegian ancestry. Vangsness appeared in several movies and TV series but her by far most famous role is Penelope Garcia, technical analyst of the Behavioral Analysis Unit on Criminal Minds. She also played in spin-off series Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. Her other recent role is Meredith Champagne on Pretty the Series.
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Actor Kirsten Vangsness has a networth that has to be considered more than decent.
Kirsten Vangsness started her career as an actress by acting in theatre. She received some awards for the roles that she played in the theatre. She also worked in many short films, namely, Sometimes Santa’s Gotta Get Whacked, Tranny McGuyver, Sarina’s Song, and Remember to Breathe.
She started a relationship with partner Melanie Goldstein in 2006 but the couple split in 2013. Then in 2015 she became engaged to her boyfriend Keith Hanson.
She began acting alongside Shemar Moore on Criminal Minds in 2005.
Inspirational Quotes by Kirsten Vangsness
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.Kirsten Vangsness
I'm really proud of being part of that whole geek/chic, girl nerds, glasses are sexy and all of that because I think it's true. In America, I don't know about in other places, but there is this mythology about the way a woman is supposed to be and look and act and that's what makes them sexy. And I love being the alternative to that.Kirsten Vangsness
I like dressing how I like to dress, and I look like a little art statement.Kirsten Vangsness
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.Kirsten Vangsness
I started writing because it was hard to find acting jobs. I didn't like any monologues in auditions, so I started to write my own things. Since then, I have written a couple of shows. I was nominated for playwright of the year for a play I wrote called 'Potential Space.'Kirsten Vangsness