Who is Kristine Saryan?
American actress Kristine Saryan was born in California USA, in 1984 – her exact date of birth remains undisclosed. She’s probably best known for her playing of 38 Years Old Woman in the episode “Spring” of the popular 2016 comedy mini-series “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”, created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, and which starred Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel and Scott Patterson. The series follows the lives of Emily, Rory and Lorelai Gilmore, and was nominated for five awards.
Kristine’s also known for being the wife of famous American actor and musician Scott Gordon Patterson.
Education and early life
Kristine was raised in California by her parents, about whom she rarely speaks in public because they prefer to maintain their privacy; it’s believed that Kristine’s father’s a retired architect, and that her mother was a high school teacher. She’s believed to be an only child, as she hasn’t spoken of having siblings.
Kristine had a rather normal childhood, and dreamed of becoming a famous singer, actress or model while growing up. She studied at a local high school and was a member of its drama club, appearing in a couple of school plays during her four years there. Kristine matriculated in 2002 and then enrolled at college, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2006.
Career as an actress
Kristine launched her acting career in 2004, when cast to play Chrissy in the episode “Last Week Flights, This Week Tights” of the popular comedy series “Gilmore Girls”, which Amy Sherman-Palladino created, and which starred Keiko Agena, Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham. It follows the lives of a mother and daughter from Stars Hollow, Connecticut, the series aired from 2000 to 2007, and won 24 of its 109 award nominations.
Kristine didn’t have any roles in the following eight years, and hasn’t disclosed which jobs she worked during that time.
She voiced a supporting character in the 2012 short biographical movie “Qualified”, and her only other role has been her portrayal of Nicole McKinnon in the 2015 crime thriller movie “Kidnapped: The Hannah Anderson Story”, written and directed by Peter Sullivan, and which starred Jessica Amlee, Scott Patterson and Brian McNamara; it follows the kidnapping of a 16 year old girl from California in 2013.
It’s widely believed that Kristine’s left acting behind her, and is today focused on raising her son, but she hasn’t confirmed this.
Love life and marriage with Scott Patterson
Kristine and Scott met at a theatre in 2001, when they were watching the same play, and were then in a relationship for 13 years prior to marrying in a small ceremony in 2014, attended by less than 100 of their friends and family members.
Kristine gave birth to their son Nicholas a couple of months following the wedding, but the boy’s being kept away from the media’s attention, as Kristine and Scott want him to be able to lead a normal life.
Kristine hasn’t mentioned other men whom she’s perhaps dated, she’s married to Scott Patterson as of November 2022, and they have a son together.
Hobbies and interesting facts
Kristine’s quite active on Instagram; she’s posted nearly 150 pictures and videos onto the social media network, but there are only 300 people following her, because she’s made her account private.
She loves spending her spare time in nature, and enjoys vacationing somewhere either close to the ocean or high up in the mountains.
Kristine’s a philanthropist, and she and her husband have attended a number of charity events together; she’s also a huge lover of animals, and often urges Scott to donate to animal shelters.
She’s interested in fashion, and once wanted to become a fashion designer.
Kristine’s favorite actors are Will Smith and Vin Diesel, and some of her favorite movies are “After Earth”, “Seven Pounds” and “Winter’s Tale”.
Height, eyes and wealth
Kristine’s either 37 or 38 years old. She has brown eyes and long brown hair, weighs around 115lbs (52kgs), and is 5ft 4ins (1.63m) tall.
Kristine’s net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000 as of November 2022, and her husband Scott’s at over $15 million.
Who is her husband Scott?
Famous American actor Scott Gordon Patterson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, on 11 September 1958, meaning that his zodiac sign’s Virgo. He’s had roles in nearly 50 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still best known for his playing of the lead character Agent Strahm in the 2008 action crime horror movie “Saw V”, directed by David Hackl, and which also starred Costas Mandylor and Tobin Bell. It follows a group of people who’ve been put through a series of terrible tests, and the movie won one of its three award nominations.
Scott and his three sisters were raised in Haddonfield, New Jersey by their father Francis Ford Patterson who worked in advertising, and their mother Hope who was an actress and journalist; Francis and Hope divorced when Scott was a teenager.
He studied at Haddonfield Memorial High School, and upon matriculating in 1977, enrolled at Rutgers University, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in comparative literature in 1980. From 1980 through 1986, he was a professional baseball player; Scott joined the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB) on 23 April 1982, but quit baseball and began studying acting at New York City in 1986.
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It was in 1992 that he made his debut film appearance, playing Al in the action adventure thriller “Intent to Kill”, while some of his following roles were in the 1993 crime movie “The Return of Ironside”, the 1994 family sports comedy film “Little Big League”, and the 1995 family fantasy movie “Three Wishes”. From 2000 through 2007, Scott starred as Luke Danes in the popular series “Gilmore Girls”, and the years 2007 and 2008 saw him play Gary Tolchuck, one of the main characters in the comedy series “Aliens in America”, created by David Guarascio and Moses Port, and which also starred Dan Byrd and Adhir Kalyan. It follows a Muslim exchange student from Pakistan as he’s living with a Christian family in Wisconsin.
Scott’s also known for his playing of the main character John Smart in the 2017 comedy “Yellow Fever”, written and directed by Kat Moon, and which also starred Jenna Ushkowitz and Nahanni Johnstone. It follows Korean girl Asia Bradford who’s been adopted by a white couple, and the film won two of its eight award nominations.
Scott’s three most recent roles have been in the 2017 short drama movie “Ape”, the 2018 animated action adventure film “Batman: Gotham by Gaslight” (voice role), and the 2018 crime movie “Con Man”; he’s currently shooting for the upcoming movies “The Rogue” and “Liberty”.
Scott’s been nominated for only a single award: a 2009 MTV Movie Award for Best Fight, for his and Costas Mandylor’s performance in “Saw V”.
Prior to meeting Kristine, Scott was married to non-celebrity American Vera Davich from 1983 to 1985.