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Nancy Valen date of birth is December 16, 1965 and place of birth is Brooklyn, New York, U.S. By profession she is an American actress and television producer. Her role as Captain Samantha Thomas on the television show Baywatch brought her the most fame. She has been married to Nels Van Patten, son of actor Dick Van Patten. 

Nancy Valen age, wiki, biography

Nancy Valen's birthday is on December 16, 1965 and birth place is Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Her age as in 2022 is 57 years. Sagittarius is her birth sign. She celebrates her birthday every year on December 16. Her Parents are not known. Her mother's name is not known and her father's name is not known. Not much information about her parents are revealed. There is no information about her siblings. She grew up in Hallandale, Florida. She started spending her summers modeling in New York City by the time she was 12 years old. She also began taking acting classes at Uta Hagen's HB Studios. Her nationality is American.

Nancy Valen got a scholarship to the University of Florida to study theater after she graduated from Dillard High School of Performing Arts, a magnet program in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. In the end, she chose to turn down the scholarship so that she could concentrate on advancing her professional career in Miami. During this time, she enrolled at Broward Community College, where she studied theater. She financed for her tuition fees by modeling and acting, and she had roles in two segments of Miami Vice. Nancy Valen attended college for one year before moving to New York City in order to explore a career in the theater. She had just been living in New York for one month when she was offered a recurring part on the daytime drama Ryan's Hope. Before relocating to Los Angeles to explore other interests, Nancy Valen remained  with Ryan's Hope for a period of two years.

She tied the knot with Nels Van Patten on 9 October, 1994. Nels Van Patten is a American actor and an erstwhile professional tennis player. He is also the son of actor Dick Van Patten. His brothers are Vincent Van Patten, an actor and former professional tennis player, as well as the pundit for the World Poker Tour and James Van Patten, an actor, writer, and producer. He was given the name "Nels Hansen" after the role of "Nels Hansen" that his dad portrayed on the television show Mama. Nels Van Patten is known for his work In Good Company which released in 2004, Summer School in 1987 and Live Wire in 1992.

Nancy is sister-in law to James Van Patten, and Vincent Van Patten. Dick Van Patten is her father-in-law and Pat Van Patten is her mother-in law. She is aunt to Jesse Thomas Van patten, Vincent Van Patten Jr.and Richard Van Patten.

Nancy Valen Career

After making her debut in the movie Porky's Revenge in 1985, Nancy Valen went on to appear in The Heavenly Kid, which also starred Richard Mulligan and Jane Kaczmarek. Loverboy was released in 1989, and Nancy Valen was one of the actors that appeared in it with Patrick Dempsey. In addition, she appeared in a cameo alongside Kirk Cameron in the movie Listen to Me. Other movies in which she has featured are Seven Sundays, in which she co-starred with Molly Ringwald and which was directed by Jean-Charles Tacchella, winner of an Academy Award. Nancy Valen has made appearances not just in movies, but also in a number of television programs. She had a guest starring role as Jennifer, the brand new school nurse at Bayside High School, in a segment of Saved by the Bell that aired in the year 1990.In the same year, she appeared as a co-star on the NBC musical series Hull High, which was directed by Kenny Ortega but only lasted one season.TV Guide hailed her as "the most agreeably watchable new star on TV" after the launch of the show.

Additionally, Nancy Valen has appeared as a guest star on 23 different television shows, some of which are Friends, Hardball, Boy Meets World, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Spin City, Full House, Miami Vice, Silk Stalkings, Charles in Charge, and Murder, She Wrote. In addition, Nancy Valen has presented a number of informational commercials for products such as the Bun and Thigh Roller, the Thin 'n Sexy Body Wrap, Slam Man, Kevin Trudeau's Debt Cures "They" Don't Want You To Know About, the Instyler and Time Life: The Heart of Classic Rock. Valen has also been in ads for companies like John Deere and Washington Mutual. Nancy Valen has been a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Good Day L.A. She has also been featured on the covers and pages of numerous magazines and newspapers, such as FHM, Cosmopolitan, Entertainment Weekly, American Women, and The Los Angeles Times Calendar, among others.

Windmill Entertainment was established by Valen in collaboration with Craig J. Nevius. She has created a number of different shows for television, some of which are Chasing Farrah, William Shatner in Concert, Living in TV Land, and Let's Kill Scott Baio. Nancy Valen has collaborated with a diverse range of organizations in her capacity as an Executive Producer and producer of reality television programs. Some of these firms include Whoop Inc., 44 Blue, Target, Renegade83, and Intuitive Entertainment. In subsequent years, Nancy Valen collaborated with Authentic Entertainment on the production of the show WHEN STAMIE MET TRACY. Additionally, Nancy Valen collaborated with Jarrett Creative Group and the Biography Channel on two of the network's most popular shows: Celebrity Ghost Stories and Celebrity Close Calls, which is a big hit. Within the realm of written entertainment, Nancy Valen has formed collaborations with VH1, FOX Television, ABC, and Tony To, a producer who has won an Emmy. Valen is now working as a Co-Executive Producer on the ABC/Fox Studios project ACTION HEROES INC., in addition to being involved in the show's creation. Robert Wagner, William Shatner, and Lee Majors appear in the action-comedy film franchise as three former TV superstars who turn out to be real life investigators.


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