Tina Majorino Biography,Age,Bikini,Gay,True Blood, Movies and TV Shows

Tina Majorino born “Tina Marie Majorino” is an American film and television actress. She is well known for starring in films such as Andre, When a Man Loves a Woman, Corrina, Corrina, and Waterworld.

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Tina Majorino Biography

Tina Majorino born “Tina Marie Majorino” is an American film and television actress. She is well known for starring in films such as Andre, When a Man Loves a Woman, Corrina, Corrina, and Waterworld.

Tina Majorino Age

Majorino was born in Westlake, California on February 7th, 1985. She is 33 years old as of 2018.

Tina Majorino Height|Tina Majorino Measurements

She stands at a height of 1.65m, 5 Feet 5 Inches.

  • Weight: 119 lbs (54 kg)
  • Height: 5′ 5″ (1.65 m)
  • Body Measurements: 34-25-33 in (87-63.5-84 cm)
  • Bra Size/Breast Size: 32B
  • Bra Cup Size: B
  • Shoe Size/Feet Size: 7.5 (US)
  • Dress Size: 6 (US)

Tina Majorino Family

She was born to real estate agents, Bob Majorino, and Sarah Majorino. Her mother is of English, Scottish, German, and Filipino ancestry whereas her father has Italian, Cuban, and French descent. Majorino has a brother, Kevin Majorino, with whom she formed a rock band, The AM Project.

Tina Majorino Husband

She is believed to be single at the moment as her social media indicates she is not having anyone at the moment. She as well has no boyfriends in the past, and she tends to keep her personal life as private as possible.

Tina Majorino Children

There is no information about her having children being updated as of now.

Tina Majorino Education

Regarding her academics, She graduated from high school in 2000. There is no further information regarding her education.

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Tina Majorino Career

Majorino started off her acting career in a 1992 sitcom Camp Wilder. Her first film role was in 1994’s When a Man Loves a Woman. She subsequently starred in leading roles in the family films Corrina, Corrina, and Andre, both of which were released in August 1994. Her next film was the 1995 action film Waterworld, playing a child named Enola.

In 1999 she played the title role, Alice in Wonderland. After Alice, Majorino took time off from the business. She has since cited burnout as the reason for her hiatus from acting. Majorino did not appear in another film until the 2004 cult film Napoleon Dynamite.

She played a recurring role on UPN’s series as from 2004, Veronica Mars, as the computer-savvy Cindy “Mac” Mackenzie. Show creator Rob Thomas created the role with her in mind. Majorino had met Thomas while interviewing him for a report on one of his books. Majorino became a series regular in the show’s third and final season.

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During her time on Veronica Mars, she as well appeared in a recurring role on the cable television series Big Love with Waterworld costar Jeanne Tripplehorn and fellow Veronica Mars cast members Amanda Seyfried and Kyle Gallner. In 2005, she appeared in the music video for the song “Blind” by rock group Lifehouse.

She started filming for The Deep End, a television show for ABC in 2009, playing the role of Addy Fisher, a meek and insecure first-year associate at a high profile law firm. The show was canceled after only six episodes were aired. She returned to television in 2011 playing the recurring role of Special Agent Genny Shaw on Bones. She also starred in the music video for “Fuckin’ Perfect” by Pink.

She reprised her role as Deb in the animated TV version of Napoleon Dynamite in 2012. She was also seen playing the role of the vampire Molly in Season 5 of the HBO television series True Blood; an uncredited role as a pregnant woman in the Fox show, Raising Hope, in an episode titled “Tarot Cards”; and the role of intern Dr. Heather Brooks in Season 9 of the ABC series Grey’s Anatomy, with her character being killed off in the two-part premiere of Season 10. Most recently, she has returned to her role as “Mac in the Veronica Mars film.

Tina Majorino Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million which will definitely increase as she takes on more projects.

Tina Majorino Movies

YEAR
TITLE
ROLE
2014
Veronica Mars
Cindy ‘Mac’ Mackenzie
2007
What We Do Is Secret
Michelle
2004
Napoleon Dynamite
Deb
2004
Think Tank
1997
Before Women Had Wings
1995
Waterworld
Enola
1994
Andre
Toni Whitney
1994
When a Man Loves a Woman
Jess Green

Tina Majorino Movies Tv Shows

Year
Title
Role
Notes
2017–2018
Scorpion
Florence
Recurring role
2014
Legends
Maggie Harris
Main role (season 1; 10 episodes)
2012–2013
Grey’s Anatomy
Dr. Heather Brooks
Recurring role (22 episodes)
2012
Napoleon Dynamite
Deb (voice)
Main role (6 episodes)
2012
True Blood
Molly
Recurring role (6 episodes)
2011–2012
Bones
Special Agent Genevieve Shaw
Recurring role (3 episodes)
2011
Castle
Reese Harmon
Episode: “One Life to Lose”
2010
In Security
N/A
Unsold TV pilot
2010
The Deep End
Addy Fisher
Main role (7 episodes)
2006–2011
Big Love
Heather Tuttle
Recurring role (26 episodes)
2004–2007
Veronica Mars
Cindy “Mac” Mackenzie
Recurring role (seasons 1–2); main role (season 3); 34 episodes
2004
Without a Trace
Serena Barnes / Andrews
Episode: “Lost and Found”

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Tina Majorino Grey’s Anatomy

Veronica Mars alum Tina Majorino has landed a guest-starring role during Season 9 of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy. is that she will play an intern named Heather (per Zap2It) who works at Seattle Grace possibly another hospital to be featured in the coming season.

Majorino was not the only fresh blood on Grey’s this season, which will be down three cast members with Chyler Leigh and Kim Raver’s exits in last May’s finale and Eric Dane only back for two episodes. Gaius Charles (Friday Night Lights) and Camilla Luddington (William & Kate) have come onboard in multi-episode roles.

Tina Majorino True Blood

Tina plays the role of Molly on the HBO original series True Blood. Making her debut on the episode “Whatever I Am, You Made Me”, in the series’ fifth season, she plays the role of a tech-savvy member of The Authority’s support staff. Playing a recurring role through the same season, Tina was a guest-starring actress who met an untimely demise in the Season 5 episode “Gone, Gone, Gone”.

Is Tina Majorino Gay

There are speculations of her being gay but there is no much information linking her with gay, she is also believed of not being in a relationship.

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Tina Majorino Interview

Tina Majorino Talks LEGENDS, How Rewrites Changed Her Character’s Backstory, Support from VERONICA MARS and NAPOLEON DYNAMITE Fans, and More

The new TNT series Legends, based on the book by master spy novelist Robert Littell, follows Martin Odum (Sean Bean), an undercover agent working for the FBI’s Deep Cover Operations division, who has such an uncanny ability to transform himself into a completely different person for each job that he begins to question whether he really is the man he believes himself to be. The show also stars Ali Larter, Morris Chestnut, Tina Majorino, Steve Harris, Amber Valletta, and Mason Cook.

During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Tina Majorino (who plays Maggie Harris, the newest member of the DCO team) talked about how she got involved with this show, that a different actor had originally been cast in Sean Bean’s role, how the rewrites of the original script changed the backstory of her character, how Maggie fits in with the team, and the research she did to get into the headspace of someone in this profession. She also talked about how surreal and amazing it’s been to have such great fan support from her involvement with Veronica Mars and Napoleon Dynamite. Check out what she had to say after the jump.

Collider: How weird was it to not only have a huge poster plastered on the side of a hotel in the Gaslamp in San Diego for Comic-Con but also to have them on the airport baggage claim carousels and the escalators?

TINA MAJORINO: It was very surreal. I was down at Comic-Con and saw that that whole building was wrapped in Sean’s face. It was pretty exciting.

Were you aware of the meaning behind the whole #DontKillSeanBean campaign?

MAJORINO: I was not. It’s funny because somebody sent that to me and I was like, “Is this real?” It’s genius because it made me look it up because I thought somebody was messing with me.

How did you come to be a part of this show? Had you been actively looking to do another TV series, or was this just too interesting of a project to pass up?

MAJORINO: At the time that I read the script, I wasn’t looking for anything in particular. I wasn’t looking to decide between film and television, but the script came to me and Howard Gordon was attached, and I’m a huge fan of his. The script was fantastic, and knowing that he’s at the helm of this project, I jumped on board with that. It was a very long process because, when I first read it, somebody else was attached to play Sean’s character. And then, that fell through and I was really disappointed because I wanted to do it. A couple of months later, it came back with Sean attached to it.

Right after we shot the pilot, I started on Grey’s Anatomy. We shot the pilot and were waiting to hear if we got picked up, for most of the season that I was on Grey. That was really difficult because I was working on another show and got used to being around the same people every day, and I was really getting into a rhythm over there. But I had previously committed to Legends, and I was really excited that we got picked up and I was going to get a chance to work with everybody again. And David Wilcox came on board. It was really exciting. It was hard to leave Grey’s, but I was really excited about getting the opportunity to work with everybody at Legends. It’s really stressful because you want something to work out and to go, but you’re just waiting and waiting and waiting.

At least in the first couple of episodes, your character is new to the team and we don’t really know much about her yet, and you didn’t know too much about who she would evolve to be when you signed on. What were you told about her that really sold you on the idea of playing this character?

MAJORINO: In the original script, there was much more about her history and about her, but in the rewrites, all of that shifted and changed. I can appreciate that because of every show and every project shifts and changes. I enjoy the fact that there was more mystery surrounding her. It’s all about trusting the people that you work with. I’m a huge fan of Howard’s, and I think he’s a genius, creatively, and such a good writer. So, going into the show, it was fun for me because I made up my mind about who I really saw her as, and ran with that. Unfortunately, we don’t get to know too much about her in this season, but I love that she is an integral part of the team. With a show like this, that relies completely on mystery and intrigue, and the whole basis of the show is the question, “Who are we really?,” it was helpful because I never went onto the set really knowing what was going to happen. It was very congruent with the basic plotline of the show. That’s part of what’s fun. You go on set and you don’t really know what’s gonna happen. I enjoyed that. I also enjoyed not having all of the answers, right off the bat. It gives you that possibility for where everyone can go and what they’re gonna end up doing. So, the things that originally drew me to the story weren’t exactly that obvious, when we went to shoot the season. But you trust the prospect of getting to work with these really incredible creative writers, and you see what’s gonna happen.

What can you say about Maggie’s place in this team and where she fits in with these agents? Since she sets up these missions and helps run them while they’re happening, does she also feel responsible when things go wrong?

MAJORINO: Yes, absolutely! That’s a perfect analysis of that. There’s a huge responsibility in her job to ensure the safety of the agents. That’s something that I was very conscious of and I thought a lot about when we were shooting. I cannot imagine having that kind of pressure on you. You have to focus on the immediate task at hand, which is to set up these missions and make sure that everything on your end can go as smoothly as possible because anything that can go wrong usually does. So, they try to avoid as many problems as they can. While her place on the team is to set up these missions, there is that huge feeling of responsibility. If anything bad happens, how do you not take responsibility for that? How do you not let that way on your conscious? That also feeds into how the other characters on the show feel, as well. We all work so closely together, which is another component of the storyline. How do these people in these extreme circumstances and highly dangerous situations keep a grasp on who they are, as people? How do they stay sane with that kind of pressure on them? That’s insane. It’s not just about hitting a deadline, or anything that a normal job would offer you. It’s life and death, and that’s a very scary thing.

Because it takes a certain type of person who could do a job like this for a living, did you do any research or preparation to get into the headspace of someone who could do a job like this?

MAJORINO: Yes, I did. It’s not a career choice, it’s a calling. These people are in a situation where you have to be a certain type of person to handle it. You have to be a patriot. All of these things that happen in their unit, no one else can no about. It’s not like you’re doing it for accolades, or anything like that. You really have a sense of greater good of the world and of the country. It has to be okay that, most of the time, nobody is going to know what you’re doing. When I was researching it, I trained and I took the FBI test, which was insane. I wanted to know what kind of physicality these people have to have. It’s more than just being intelligent and highly trained, in Maggie’s instance, in the technology world. It’s also about being able to handle yourself in extreme situations. So, I did that, which really helped me understand, even more so, the high expectations that are placed on people that do this for a living. And then, I also talked to some FBI agents and read a lot of material on things that they deal with on a daily basis and the expectations that the FBI has of these individuals. I also read some pretty interesting things about the psychological effects that the training has on the agents and how people have tried to deal with the things that they see and do, every day, and still try to maintain some sense of self. It was very interesting, but I definitely had to do the research on it because, obviously, that is not within my reality, at all. In order to connect and understand, I had to read a lot.

You’ve had your fair share of experience with fandom, with both Veronica Mars and Napoleon Dynamite. What’s it like to know that the Veronica Mars fans were so supportive and dedicated that they were really responsible for allowing you all to reunite and make a movie? And what’s it like to know that the Napoleon Dynamite fans are still so passionate, 10 years later?

MAJORINO: It’s probably one of the most surreal things to experience, and it is so humbling and amazing. Just the fact that I get to wake up every day and do what I love for a living, in and of itself, is incredible, and I never take it for granted. I always feel so lucky and so blessed that I get to do this for a living. That’s already a pretty amazing, beautiful thing. But then, when people react that way to projects that you’ve been a part of, it’s surreal. We got to make a movie for Veronica Mars, and it was all these years later, and people were still connecting with it and wanting to see more. Even with Napoleon, it’s been 10 years and it’s still relevant to people and they’re still enjoying it. That’s the most special thing, ever, to me. I could cry over it. It’s such an amazing feeling. Obviously, as a creative person in any realm, nobody makes art just for their own enjoyment. You want to create with other people and you want them to feel something. The fact that I get to experience that is just unbelievable, and I’m so grateful for it.

Source: Collider

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Enola From Waterworld Is In Her 30s Now And Gorgeous

Oh, Waterworld. While the 1995 Kevin Reynolds-directed film was viewed as a massive box-office flop, it proved one thing … Tina Majorino, the little girl who played Enola, had enormous talent. So, where is this youngster today and where has her acting career taken her?

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