As a teenager, Lorelai dated Christopher Hayden, son of Straub and Francine Hayden, while in high school, and became pregnant right before her society debut (at age 16), which embarrassed and disappointed her parents.Although Lorelai is aggrieved by her parents' lack of understanding, deep down she knows how they felt.Additionally, as the manager of the Independence Inn (later as a co-owner of the Dragonfly Inn with Sookie St.
Did you know that only a four-leaf clover can kill the title character, and did you know that this was Jennifer's film debut?
Lorelai Victoria Gilmore was born to Emily and Richard Gilmore in Hartford, Connecticut.
If you're an up-and-coming actor or actress, horror movies are your best friend.
Just ask these now mega famous celebs, who had no problem making audiences jump in their seats., Jennifer starred in a horror movie about an angry leprechaun who just wanted to get his pot of gold back.
Sookie’s set is right on the other side of that wall. If it was renewed for another season, they’d lose her. It only lasted 5 episodes.“This was definitely the most challenging job I’ve ever had,” Graham said, “just in terms of how much language I deal with.”Creator and writer Amy Sherman-Palladino says that the fast pace of their show came with a price: “Whereas like a normal, hour-long script might be 55 pages, ours is 80, and we have to shoot 80 pages in the same amount of time.”Rory’s bedroom is off the kitchen, which I always found odd.
(You can see photos of her house here.)They spent a long time searching for the perfect actress to play Lorelai. The second story of the house looks plenty big enough for more than one bedroom.
Lorelai is known for being stronger and more independent than Christopher; when she realized she was in labor, she drove herself to the hospital despite not having a driver's license.
She left a note addressed to her parents and then headed to the hospital.
The only time Lorelai desired fruit and vegetables was when she was pregnant with Rory.
She does not cook; when not eating leftover takeout or junk food, she frequents Luke's diner.
Last week we took a look at the Dragonfly Inn and some of the other sets used on the popular TV show “Gilmore Girls.” Today we’re checking out Lorelai’s house and the Gilmore mansion she grew up in.