Oct. 11th, 1970
Seattle, Washington, USA
Constance Zimmer's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2007 - The Hammer
1998 - Senseless
Guest TV Roles
Sister Lilly Watters
Dr. Alana Cahill
Constance Zimmer started her thespian career in high school productions and fell in love with the craft. After graduation, she decided to auditioned for the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. Zimmer and the entire cast of "Good Morning, Miami" (2002) have become fund-raisers for the AIDS Project Los Angeles, Tuesday's Child and The American Cinematheque and plenty of others, using her newfound celebrity status. After appearing in some national commercials("Duracell", "Triscuit", "Budweiser"), numerous TV guest spots ("The Fighting Fitzgeralds" (2001), "The King of Queens" (1998), "Seinfeld" (1990) and "The Wayans Bros." (1995)), she finally found steady work, success and a loyal fan legion with "Good Morning, Miami" (2002). She won the "Best Actress" Dramalogue Award in the Los Angeles play "Catholic School Girls".
- Makes handmade jewelry, candles, greeting cards and many other self-designed endeavors.
- Was a gymnast until she hit puberty.
- Is a heavily involved AIDS activist and attends a lot of celebrity benefits for charity.
- She is also the recipient of a "Best Actress" Dramalogue Award, for her work on stage in "Catholic School Girls."
- Daughter, Colette Zoe, born 5 January 2008, weighing 8 lbs, 10 oz.