Who is Cynthia LaMontagne? Net Worth, Partner, Biography

Cynthia LaMontagne
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Who Is Cynthia LaMontagne? And Where Is She Now?

Cynthia Ann LaMontagne was born on February 15, 1966, in California, USA; her zodiac sign is Aquarius, and Cynthia LaMontagne is of American nationality. She is a former actress best remembered for her role as Big Rhonda in the romantic comedy series “That ’70s Show,” which stars Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, and Mila Kunis and is about a group of young friends who convene in their friend’s basement in Wisconsin in the 1970s. From 1998 until 2006, the show received 15 honors, including one Primetime Emmy, and was nominated for 77 more.

Cynthia LaMontagne has been retired from performing for over ten years and appears to be living quietly with her dogs in Los Angeles, California.

Education And Childhood

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Cynthia was raised in Los Angeles with her younger sister by their father, a pianist, and their mother, a high school teacher.

Cynthia grew up wanting to be a model and spent most of her free time working out to get in shape for her first audition. She did, however, decide to focus on her studies somewhere along the route, and upon matriculation in 1984, she enrolled at a college from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1988.

She spent the next five years working at various jobs while attending auditions, and her acting career began in 1993 when she portrayed The Woman at Elevator in the crime drama thriller “Carlito’s Way,” starring Al Pacino, Sean Penn, and Penelope Ann Miller. The film was a big hit, winning two awards and being nominated for seven others, including two Golden Globes.

TV Series Characters

In 1995, she made her TV series debut as Bethany in the episode “Gracie Under Fire” of the comedy “Maybe This Time,” starring Marie Osmond, Betty White, and Ashley Johnson, and following Julia Wallace, a divorced woman who runs a family coffee shop while her mother encourages her to pursue new love.

Cynthia went on to appear in single episodes of many programs, including the romantic comedy “Ellen” episode “Too Hip for the Room” in 1996, the comedy “Champs” episode “The Loop” in 1997, and the romantic drama “ER” episode “Whose Appy Now” in 1998. She was next cast as Tiki in the comedy series “Temporarily Yours,” which aired six episodes before being canceled, and her next appearance was in the episode “A Little Tail” of the comic drama “Maximum Bob” in 1998.

Cynthia starred as Melissa Larson in the 1999 romantic comedy “Mad About You,” which starred Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt, and John Pankow and is about the life of a married couple in New York City, and she then appeared in only one episode of many series, including the romantic comedy “Dharma & Greg,” the comedy crime drama “Snoops,” and the action crime drama “Nash Bridges.” She played Annie in the comedy “Frasier” episodes “Don Juan in Hell: Part 2” and “The Ski Lodge,” and later Mary Jo Zimmerman in the crime drama mystery “Crossing Jordan” episode “Wrong Place, Wrong Time.”

Cynthia’s final TV roles before retiring were in the 2005 episode “Ruskie Business” of the crime drama mystery “Veronica Mars,” in which she played Catherine Lenovo, and the 2006 episode “Riding the Lightning” of another crime drama mystery “Criminal Minds,” and the 2007 episode “Burglary” of the crime mystery series “Eyes.”

Movie Characters

Cynthia appeared as Sandra in the 1996 comedy film “Flirting with Disaster,” written and directed by David O. Russell and starring Ben Stiller, Patricia Arquette, and Tea Leoni; the story follows a young man and his wife as they travel across the United States in search of his biological parents; the film won one award and was nominated for ten more.

She played The Restaurant Hostess in the comedy-drama thriller “The Cable Guy,” starring the famous comedian Jim Carrey, and was then invited to play the supporting role of Fembot in the adventure comedy “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” in 1997, the same year she also starred as Carefree Daughter in Jann Karam’s short film “Under the Big Muu-Muu.” In 1998, she played The Other Woman in the comedy adventure “Border to Border,” and her subsequent film roles included the 1998 romantic comedy “My Engagement Party,” written and directed by Christopher Helsen, the 1999 comedy “Live Virgin,” starring Mark Adair-Rios, and the 2002 romantic comedy “Would I Lie to You,” written and directed by Tom Sheppard.

Cynthia’s final film role before retiring was in the 2008 romantic comedy “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” starring Kristen Bell, Jason Segel, and Paul Rudd, and about a man who travels to Hawaii to recover from a recent break-up, unaware that his ex is going to the same resort with her new boyfriend – the film won four awards and was nominated for 19.

Relationship Status

Cynthia met her husband Aaron Zelman in 2003 at a party hosted by a mutual friend, and they began dating around two weeks later.

Aaron is a film writer and producer best known for producing the criminal drama mystery series “The Killing” and the murder mystery series “Damages”; he has been nominated for six awards, including two Primetime Emmys, for his work.

In 2006, they married in a secret ceremony attended by just their closest friends and family. Cynthia and Aaron agreed not to have children to focus on their jobs, but after more than two years of marriage, they split quietly without informing the public – it wasn’t until many months later that Cynthia announced she was single in an interview.

She hasn’t spoken about any other men she may have dated before or after Aaron, and as of September 2020, she is unmarried, was formerly married, and has no children.

Other Interests And Hobbies

Cynthia enjoys swimming in the ocean and sunning at the beach during the summer, and she also enjoys paddleboarding. She spends her free time in nature, surrounded by trees and animals, and she maintains her large garden without the help of a professional gardener.

Cynthia’s primary pastime is traveling, and she has been over the world visiting the locations she enjoys the most, with France being her favorite nation – she has lived in France for several months and is proficient in French.

She adores animals, particularly horses, and currently has two pet cats and a pet dog.

Cynthia has favorite actors and actresses, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jim Carrey, and Emma Watson, and her favorite films include “Titanic,” “The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” and the “Harry Potter” franchise.

Body Structure And Net Worth

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Cynthia, who is 54 years old, has beautiful blonde hair and blue eyes. Her height is 5ft 11ins (1.79m), her weight is approximately 150lbs (68kgs), and her vital statistics are 36-26-36.

Her net worth is predicted to be more than $1 million as of September 2020.