Meet Laurie Coleman, an actress, model and wife of Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman. She’s also one of the hottest political wives we’ve got these days. Read her biography and see photos and a video of her below.

Republican Norm Coleman has pulled out his greatest asset for his ads in his campaign to retain his seat in the United States Senate. That is his wife, Laurie.

She stars in his latest internet campaign ad (included below). The ad has stirred up a little bit of controversy, which of course, is great for Norm considering more people are looking at the ad than would have otherwise. The democrats, who are just mad as hell that they don’t have beautiful women on their side, claim that the Coleman’s marriage is on the rocks and that she wasn’t actually in the kitchen. They claim she was in Los Angeles, probably, and was green-screened into the ad. They just can’t stand that thought that Republican women generally look so much better than democrat women. Nany-nany-boo-boo.

Coleman is the incumbent running against the so-not-funny-comedian-and-aspiring-politician Al Franken … which explains a lot.

It turns out that Laurie was indeed in the Coleman’s kitchen at the same time as her husband when the film was shot. The Coleman campaign put out a statement in relation to the internet broo-ha-ha over the ad:

“These left-wing, liberal, Al Franken bloggers are as goofy a bunch as I’ve ever seen. They’ve spent the entire morning concocting a conspiracy theory, wasting valuable bandwidth on the Internet. The Senator and his wife were both in the kitchen of their home where the commercial was filmed.”

So I suppose that. is. that.

Laurie Coleman Biography

Laurie Casserly was born on December 13, 1956 in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. She was raised as a Roman Catholic, whose mother was politically active in support of pro-life issues.

She started her career as a ballet dancer. She has danced with the Minnesota Dance Theater, the Boston Ballet and the City Ballet and Harkness Repertory Theater companies in New York. She has worked as a model. Her acting credits include small roles in television movies such as The First of May in 1999 and A Chance of Snow in 1998. She also had small roles in the NBC miniseries Kingpin, Homeland Security in 2004 and 3 Days of Rain in 2002.

She caused some controversy when she participated in the Twin Cities production of The Vagina Monologues and when she did a sexy photo shoot for the Washington Post in 2004.

She splits her time between homes in Minnesota, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.

The Coleman’s have had four children. Two of their children died in infancy from a rare genetic disorder called Zellweger syndrome. Their two living children are Jacob and Sarah.

Laurie Coleman – Video