Actress Connie Britton Had a Lust For Acting Since Her Childhood

By: Mandy Price  |   | 

Connie Britton was born as Constance Elaine Britton on 6th March 1967 in Boston, Massachusetts to parents Linda Jane and Edgar Allen Womack. Brought up in Rockville, 7-years-old Britton along with her parents shifted to Lynchburg where she attended from E.C Glass High School and completed her graduation. The actress further enhanced her academics from Dartmouth College, from where she majored in Asian studies, and concluded her academics from Beijing Normal University. She developed deep fascination to acting as a teenager and hence joined Neighbourhood Playhouse School of the Theatre after moving to New York in 1989. 

Connie Britton, one of the celebrated names in the showbiz industry, kicked off her acting career by portraying the role of Lauren in Caroline Kava’s theatrical drama The Early girl. Her first theatre performance gathered a lot of applauds. Despite possessing admirable acting talents, Britton had to wait to launch herself in the showbiz industry. That long wait for a silver screen debut ended in 1995 when she bagged in a role in Edward Burn’s The Brothers McMullen.


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