Chelsea Hobbs was born in Vancouver, Canada to her father Richard Hobbs who was in the music industry and her mother Dana Hobbs, an entrepreneur. Chelseas formal training began at the age of 3 with dancing, and she ended up in an arts program in high school, dancing 5 hours a day, 6 days a week.
Chelsea Hobbs was born in Vancouver, Canada to her father Richard Hobbs who was in the music industry and her mother Dana Hobbs, an entrepreneur. Chelseas formal training began at the age of 3 with dancing, and she ended up in an arts program in high school, dancing 5 hours a day, 6 days a week. Her parents, after divorcing when Chelsea was only 7, enrolled her in acting classes so that she would have another creative outlet. It took them no time at all to realize that Chelseas talents were too big for recitals and childrens plays. Over the course of her youth, Chelsea appeared in over 50 commercials and, subsequently, booked a role over hundreds of other girls in the kids improvisational TV series, No Adults Aloud (1994). Chelseas educational career was quickly fast-tracked from an advanced secondary school arts curriculum, to being enrolled in an intensive acting program with students 5 years her senior and over, to graduating from home-school on-set at the age of 16. Chelseas lead role as Gerda in Hallmarks Snow Queen (2002) and the Leo Award nomination she received for it, brought her attention from the States and before she knew it, she was living in Los Angeles alone at the age of 17 with a TV pilot (Save the Last Dance (2002)) under her belt and a budding film career ahead of her. Over her several years of acting in L.A., Chelsea had a re-occurring role on the hit show, The L Word (2004), and was fortunate enough to play a part in Lords of Dogtown (2005), with the late Heath Ledger, as well as Beach Girls (2005), a made-for-Lifetime movie with Rob Lowe. Her role in Beach Girls (2005) was such a hit with the network, Chelsea was brought back to star in more Lifetime films as the good girl-gone-bad in The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker (2007) and Confessions of a Go-Go Girl (2008), which also led to her appearing on CBSs Cold Case: Pin Up Girl (2008), as a murderous pin-up girl. Soon after, Chelsea landed (or stuck, rather) the role of top gymnast, Emily Kmetko, in ABC Familys newest series, Make It or Break It (2009).