Monique Gabriela Curnen
|Monique Gabriela Curnen|
Curnen in July 2008
|Born||1970 (age 44–45)
|Other names||Monique Curnen|
|Alma mater||Framingham South|
Monique Gabriela Curnen (born 1970) is an American film and television actress.
Early life and education
Curnen's mother is from Puerto Rico, and her father is of German and Irish descent. She grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts and went to Williams College, where she acted less regularly, concentrating on other studies. After college, she spent a year (1992-93) as a full-time intern at Unity House, the Minority Cultural Center, at Connecticut College in New London. She then moved to New York and started taking acting classes and going to auditions.
She has also appeared in numerous television series including Dexter (in the season 1 episodes "Let's Give the Boy a Hand" and "Love American Style"), House M.D. (in the episode "House Training", 2007) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (in the episode "Quickie", 2010). She played Detective Allison Beaumont in the 2009 police procedural drama series The Unusuals. She has appeared on the TV series Sons of Anarchy, playing Amelia Dominguez. She appeared in the season finale of Season 2 of Lie to Me ("Black and White", 2010) as Detective Sharon Wallowski, whom she continued to play in Season 3 in a major recurring role. She recently began working in the TV Series Person of Interest as Precinct Captain Moreno.
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