|Gema Zamprogna Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 4.25 in|
|Date of Birth||May 24, 1976|
Gema Zamprogna is a Canadian actress who rose to fame by her role as Felicity King on Road to Avonlea (1990-1996) and Mackie “Mac” Daniels in 1991 film The Challengers. Zamprogna is a registered dance teacher at the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD). She participated with many symphonies as a dance soloist like Florida Symphonic Pops in Boca Raton, Florida.
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Gema went to Hillfield Strathallan College before attending Queen’s University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama in 2000.
- Father – Lou Zamprogna (Owner of a dance studio in Hamilton, Choreographer)
- Mother – Pauline Zamprogna (Dance Teacher)
- Siblings – Amanda Zamprogna (Younger Sister) (Actress), Dominic Zamprogna (Younger Brother) (Actor, Voice Artist)
Gema is represented by The Characters Talent Agency.
5 ft 4¼ in or 163 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Gema has dated –
- Daniel Boich (2003-Present) – Gema Zamprogna got married to Daniel Boich on October 25, 2003. The couple has 3 children – Daniella (b. November 2004), Sam (b. May 8, 2006), and Luka.
Race / Ethnicity
Gema has Italian ancestry on her father’s side and has English ancestry on her mother’s side.
- Sculpted Nose
- Bright Eyes
Gema has not done endorsement work for any brand yet.
Best Known For
Playing Felicity King on Road to Avonlea (1990-1996) and Mackie “Mac” Daniels in The Challengers (1991)
Gema made her feature film debut in the 1999 film Johnny as Alice.
First TV Show
She made her first TV show appearance as Melissa on My Secret Identity in 1988.
To stay in shape, Gema prefers to dance. As being the registered teacher of the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), Gema gives dancing lessons to the students of almost all age groups which plays a crucial role in maintaining overall health.
Gema Zamprogna Facts
- She is a dancer and a registered teacher of the RAD (Royal Academy of Dance).
- Gema started dancing at the age of 2.
- Zamprogna earned an art scholarship during her days in Hillfield Strathallan College.
- She is the founder of Theatrefront drama group in Toronto.
- In 2003, Gema started the Studio Technique Pilates in Burlington, Ontario.
- After relocating with her family to Grimsby in 2011, Zamprogna started choreographing at The Dance Centre and the Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Programme.
- She is running a dance academy by the name The Dance Centre Grimsby with Alex Diggins as an instructor.
- Gema started Zamprogna Arts in Hamilton, Ontario in association with her younger sister Amanda Zamprogna in 2017.
- Gema Zamprogna is not active on social media.
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