Chelsea Hobbs

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Chelsea Hobbs
Born Chelsea Raelle Hobbs
(1985-02-18) February 18, 1985 (age 29)[1]
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present
Children 2

Chelsea Raelle Hobbs[1] (born February 18, 1984)[2] know professionally as Chelsea Hobbs is a Canadian actress. She has appeared in such roles as Gerda in the 2002 film Snow Queen and the ABC Family teen drama Make It or Break It as Emily Kmetko.

Early life[edit]

Chelsea Raelle Hobbs, born February 18, 1984 in Vancouver, British Columbia.[1] Hobbs is Irish, Scottish and Swedish.[1] Hobbs attended an advanced secondary school arts curriculum school, being enrolled in an intensive acting program.[1] Starting at age 3, Hobbs began dancing.[1]

Career[edit]

During her youth, Hobbs has appeared in over 40 commercials, and has appeared in the kids' improvisational TV series, No Adults Aloud. Her lead role as "Gerda" in Hallmark's Snow Queen and subsequent Leo Award nomination led to a TV pilot, Save the Last Dance.[1] Hobbs had a recurring role on The L Word and played a part in Lords of Dogtown and Beach Girls.[3] She has also appeared in Lifetime films such as The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker alongside Sara Paxton.

In 2008, Hobbs landed the leading role in the movie Confessions of a Go-Go Girl as Jane McCoy,a recent college graduate, decides to scrap her plans for law school to pursue an acting career full-time, against her parents wishes. In 2009, Hobbs acquired the role of top gymnast, Emily Kmetko, in ABC Family's Make It or Break It. Hobbs was absent from the final 3 episodes of season 2, as she and her husband were expecting their second child. In October 2011 she announced that she would not be returning for season 3.

In April 2010, Hobbs (playing Courtney Haywood) and her Make It or Break It co-star Cassie Scerbo (as Hillary Swanson) guest starred on the CSI: Miami episode "Spring Breakdown". In 2013, she starred in the Lifetime TV thriller The Trainer as well as HBO series "The Transporter" . Her 2014 credits include Hallmarks "June in January" and "The Nine Lives of Christmas" and a guest star on the television series "Motive".

Personal life[edit]

Hobbs was married to photographer Teren Oddo from 2007-2014. They have a daughter, Wylie (born in 2006) and a son, Kingston, (born 27 April 2011).[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1995 Secret's Out Vanna
1996 Sweet Dreams Young Laura TV film
1997 Perfect Body New Gymnast TV film
1999 Miracle on the 17th Green Megan McKinley TV film
2000 Christina's House Suzy Cooper
2002 Snow Queen Gerda TV film
2005 More Sex and the Single Mom Sara Gradwell TV film
2005 The Unknown Jenny Ackers
2005 Lords of Dogtown Caroline
2007 The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker Shanna TV film
2008 Confessions of a Go-Go Girl Jane McCoy TV film
2013 The Trainer Annie Hogan TV film
2014 June in January Bethany Barnard TV film
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1994 No Adults Aloud Chelsea Wright
2001 Mysterious Ways 14-Year-Old Girl "Do You See What I See?" (season 1: episode 21)
2001 Seven Days Amy "The Brink" (season 3: episode 19)
2001 Pasadena Meredith Weller Recurring role; 6 episodes
2002 The Sausage Factory Madison "The Tux" (season 1: episode 3)
2005 Beach Girls Nell Kilvert Miniseries; 6 episodes
2007 The L Word Brooke "Livin' La Vida Loca" (season 4: episode 2)
"Lassoed" (season 4: episode 3)
"Layup" (season 4: episode 4)
2008 Cold Case Betty Sue Baker "Pin Up Girl" (season 6: episode 9)
2009–2011 Make It or Break It Emily Kmetko Co-lead role; 36 episodes
2010 CSI: Miami Courtney Haywood "Spring Breakdown" (season 8: episode 19)
2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Colleen Hughes "Bittersweet" (season 12: episode 3)
2013 Transporter: The Series Jet "Cherchez la Femme" (season 1: episode 11)

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