AJ holds the title Lady Courtenay due to her marriage to lawyer Charles Peregrine Courtenay, Lord Courtenay, who is the son of the 18th Earl of Devon. When his father dies, Charles will inherit his father's title and his family's ancestral home, Powderham Castle in England, where he and AJ plan to live.
She entered show business when she was in 9th grade with a little push from her math teacher (who thought she had a great voice).
After watching Mary Poppins, AJ jumped off a second story balcony to see if she could fly.
She dated Chris Frith-Smith. He is a law student and minor league baseball player.
In 1993 she was nominated for a Young Artist Award for her role in And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird.
In 1995 AJ and the cast of My So Called Life were nominated for Best Performance by a Youth Ensemble in a Television Series and they won.
AJ gave birth to her daughter Hon Joscelyn Skye Courtenay on January 31st, 2007. She weighed 7 lbs 14 oz and measuring 21 inches.
Her father is a clothing salesman. Her mother runs a company that distributes hearing-aids.
She attended Granada Hills High School in Granada Hills, California.
Ernie Lively was her acting coach.
At age five, A.J.'s family moved to the San Fernando Valley, just outside of Los Angeles.
During the episode "Life of Brian" on My So-Called Life, AJ had chicken pox.
She first auditioned for Angela on My So Called Life before trying for Rayanne.
She loves surfing.
She has Fibromyalgia.
First used her initials at age 8, when she played baseball for an all boys team.
She married Charles Courtenay, the son of the Earl of Devon, on April 5th, 2005.
A.J's height is 5'1".
A.J. Langer: I know what love feels like. That is one thing I have found. That is one thing that is much clearer because of fibromyalgia. Because once you experience real pain you recognize the vibration, the feeling of being healthy, happy and loved. If I'm not living from my heart, I get sick. I need to do things that feed my soul, like being with people I love, or playing my guitar, or listening to music.
AJ Langer: It has always seemed like such a ridiculous disease to me…I didn't want it. I convinced myself that I, being the strong self-sufficient woman that I was, could overcome it! Through positive thinking (denial)…and just keeping that smile on my face (denial)…but…I do have it.
A.J.: (talking about her official title being married to a Lord) You can't call me 'Lady' without giggling afterword.