Her awkward and shy personality
Low baby voice
Striking blue eyes
Is a graduate of the Page Parkes Center of modeling and acting.
Didn't grow up speaking English; she learned it in school.
Her first language is Spanish.
One of Teen People Magazine's "25 Hottest Stars under 25" She graduated from Saint AgnesAcademy in Houston, Texas.She has 1 younger brother, Eric David Bledel (born 1986)Attended NewYork University's Tisch School of Arts as a film major for a year.Her parents' nationalities are Nanette, Mexican and Martin, Argentinian (her father's family were Danish immigrants to Argentina; her ethnic background includes Danish, French, German, and English).
Moved to L.A. when she joined the "Gilmore Girls" (2000) cast.
Started modeling at 14.
She hates coffee and, while her character "Rory" on "Gilmore Girls" (2000) consumes it daily, she drinks
She is friends with Amber Tamblyn and America Ferrera her co-stars from The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) and its sequel.
She has a brief role in the movie Rushmore (1998). In the scene where Max speaks in front of his class at Grover Cleveland, she can be seen sitting in the front row
Admitted on "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) that she dislikes living in L.A. because she has to drive everywhere and says she is a terrible driver.
Adopted a Maltese-chihuahua mix dog named Sophie
In between scenes on the "Gilmore Girls" (2000), she heads to her trailer and practices on a keyboard.
Her modeling career ended when she was in winter and the photographer splashed cold water in her face.
Attended St Mark's Lutheran Middle School.
Enjoys photography, writing, reading, watching movies, and hanging with her family.
"That '70s Show" (1998) and "Ed" (2000) are some of her favorite shows.
Plays on a women's soccer team called The Hustlers.
Girlfriend of "Gilmore Girls" (2000) co-star Milo Ventimiglia from 2002 to 2006.
Enjoys watching the World Equestrian Games, especially the freestyle/dancing competitions.
Replaced Carey Mulligan as Violet in Violet & Daisy (2011) after Mulligan opted to do Drive (2011/I) instead.
[on getting recognized by fans] "It always happens in places where you'd rather not be recognized. Like one time, I was just getting ready to go to bed, but I had this craving for a glass of milk. So I go to the supermarket, and I have like no makeup on, and this couple comes up to me and they're like 'Thursday night!'.
Last year, I was driving to work at 5.30 in the morning, and I ended up right next to a bus that had a huge picture of me on the side of it. They were all over L.A. but it was the first time I'd seen one. I don't know if it was because it was so early or what, but that freaked me out.
[on talking about her relationship with Milo Ventimiglia]: "It's your stuff, and if you share things that are too personal with a magazine or with your public, it's sort of like it's not really yours anymore, it's shared information and it's not special to you anymore. I don't like that. I think people with personalities who like to talk about what's going on in their lives, they'll talk without really knowing how it's going to come back and bite them, and generally, it does. And luckily, I have the kind of personality where I am extremely private. I don't really like to tell everyone my business. I'd much rather people wonder or not know".
"Well, I remember it was 5 in the morning. I'm leaving my house to go to the set of "Gilmore Girls" (2000). I'm really tired and just when I walk outside, a bus slowly goes down the street with my face on the side of it as Rory Gilmore. I thought, "Ewwww". It's so early. I just can't stand seeing me".
"Before I got "Gilmore Girls" (2000), I was modeling. I went in for a call and was told, "Sweetie, you need to lose two inches off those hips". I was 14. So I just replied, "I have more jobs than I can do. I'm in high school. I can't go to all the trouble of losing the two inches, so I'll pass". Someone might tell you to lose weight, but you can say no".
Sometimes I feel like I am an old person trapped in a young person's body. I'm boring. I go to movies. I read. That's about it.
The success of the show is overwhelming. It's like being Alice at the Mad Hatter's tea party because you never know what's going to happen next.
I was at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts for a year and I loved it. There are a lot of really creative people, there is a constant exchange of an ideas. We talk about what's been done [in film] and all the rules for filmmaking and then we talk about how to break them.
For some unknown reason, bad-boys draw you in despite the fact that they are jerks.
When I was modeling as a teenager... I just ignored it when people said to lose two inches off my hips. I had more jobs than I could take. So why would I even want more?
[on her character in The Kate Logan Affair (2010)] I had never played someone who had to be as tough as her, to be a cop and think the way she does. She comes from such a competitive place, trying to prove herself. And she has this underlying anger from her family life ... She's sensitive -