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Eleanor Hart Seigler is a well known and popular American actress. She is currently residing in Santa Monica, CA (West Los Angeles). Seigler's husband name was James Joseph Kaplan. Seigler's spouse was dead in 2008. Her height is under review. Seigler's age is also under review. Her total net worth is 6 million. She started a career from the year 2004.

She has featured in a number of movies and TV series. Seigler's first feature film role was in Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius. Eleanor Hart Seigler's one of the most memorable and remarkable role was in NBC's The Office where she had played the role of Andy Bernard's girlfriend named Jessica. She later appeared on screen in Ruby Sparks (2012) following Screwed (2013).  Seigler's was also seen in one of the most renowned and loved TV series The Office and How I Met Your Mother.

Eleanor Seigler has played Jessica in "The Office" in 2005 also she played the role of Mia in "How I Met Your Mother" in 2005. Moreover, she played Nurse Melissa in "3 lbs". She further played Hostess in "Notes from the Underbelly" in 2007. Seigler played the role of Angela in "Frents" in 2011. She played Abigail in "Rich Girl Problems" in 2012. She played the role of Mandy in "Ruby Sparks" in 2012. Seigler's played the role of Maggie in "The Tutor" in 2013. She also played Lori in "Screwed" in 2013.

Eleanor Hart Seigler launched her new book too much beauty, a nontraditional collection of short vignettes and stories intended as an 'an ode to humanity and everyone into it'. Seigler's writes in the opening lines, The last several years revolved around trying to find a home and to secure work. What happened, instead was that I came face to face with humanity and all of the humans in it in ways I had not yet before known. A collection of small pieces and stories that seems to hold a particularly special place in the hearts of young women, though it certainly resonates with men, as well. A welcome new voice for today's generation. 

Updated On Wed May 15 2019 Published On Wed May 15 2019 By admin

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