Coach Beiste here ready for another winning football season. Being a woman as a football coach might seem strange but I am tough on these boys and they respect me. I was made fun of when I was growing up because of my size and deep voice but I have found my way in life. I have a good friend in Will Schuester. Now Sue Sylvester I never let my guard down to anything she has up her sleeve! This past year was an eventful one for sure. I married the love of my life football recruiter Cooter. He became abusive and with the help of Mercedes, Brittany, and Santana I realized that I needed to leave him. So I did. I loved myself more! What will this year bring .
Actor Bio: Dot-Marie Jones was born on January 4th, 1964 in Turlock, California. Was raised in Hilmar. She attended California State University in Fresno where she set records in shot put. Jones is also a 15 time world arm wrestling champion. Jones qualified for the Olympic Games in 1988 for shot put with a 56 ft 6 1⁄4 in (17.23 m) throw, surpassing the qualifying mark of 55 ft (17 m). She placed sixth. Jones, who had no intentions of acting, was discovered at a body building competition by Shirley Eson of the American Gladiators fame. Eson urged Jones to audition for the Gladiators-like Knights and Warriors, and Jones got the part, becoming one of the few female warriors. Her first recurring role after Knights was as a character named "Dot" on the popular show Married... with Children in the mid-90s. She appeared in five episodes over two seasons. Jones' next break was on the kids show Lizzie McGuire as Coach Kelly. Since then, she has appeared in popular shows Nip/Tuck, Desperate Housewives, and Prison Break, among others. She has been nominated for a 2011 and 2012 Primetime Emmy Award.