In 1997, Connie and husband John Tesh founded the Sellecca/Tesh Foundation For The Forgotten Generation, dedicated to addressing the needs of the elderly.
Connie, husband John Tesh and kids Gib and Prima spent a week working with Operation Blessing (OB) in tsunami-ravaged Sri Lanka in 2005.
Connie's first turn as producer was in the CBS movie "A House of Secrets and Lies" in 1992.
Connie's latest movie is 'Last of the Mustangs' (2006).
Connie has one sister, Rosann Mack.
Connie is a born-again Christian.
Connie attended Boston College but never graduated - she turned to acting instead.
Connie had a six-year deal with Montgomery Ward for her own line of clothing, jewelry, accessories and intimate apparel in 1991.
Connie is a former lingerie and fashion model.
Connie's daughter Prima was named for Connie's late father, Primo Sellecchia.
Connie was fond of playing bizarre practical jokes, usually involving faking her own suicide or death.
Connie and second husband John Tesh had a traditional courtship, no sex or living together until their wedding night.
Connie's role of Christine Francis, on the show 'Hotel' won her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series (Drama) in 1987.
Connie's very first screen test won her first starring role in ABC's "The Bermuda Depths."
Connie is currently the national spokesperson for MADD's new parenting project, The Key.
Connie has a line of skin-care called the Selleca Solution.
Connie is 5' 9" tall.
Her ex-husband is Gil Gerard of the TV show "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century."
She has two children, son Gib and daughter Prima.
Connie is currently married to composer and former Entertainment Tonight host John Tesh.