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Jan Tellerman
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Jan Tellerman Pleasantview
Name Jan Tellerman
Gender TS2 Female Female
Age TS3-Adult Adult
Life state CAS Human icon Sim
Tellerman family
Marital status Single
Personality
Zodiac sign Taurus Taurus
Aspiration Romance Romance
Appearance
Hair color TS2 Blonde Hair Blonde
Eye color TS2 Blue Eyes Light Blue
Skin color Skin-light Light
Body shape Thin Thin
Other Information
Game The Sims 2 Icon The Sims 2
Playability Townie
Neighborhood Pleasantview
Not to be confused with Jan Tellerman (Strangetown).

Jan Tellerman is one of the pre-made townies in The Sims 2 who resides in Pleasantview and custom neighborhoods. She can be made playable by befriending and asking her to move in, or by marrying her. Jan has long blonde hair tied in a ponytail, and wears a pink top and army patterned cargo pants. Even though she has blonde hair, her natural hair color is actually brown.[1]

As seen by her personality, Jan is very playful and a little bit neat and outgoing. But she is quite lazy and somewhat grouchy. Like all townies in The Sims 2, Jan's career, skills, and relationships with other townies are usually randomized at the start of the game. She has the same facial structure as Celeste Rossi from Veronaville.

SimologyEdit

Other LanguagesEdit

Language The Sims 2
English Jan Tellerman
Brazilian Portuguese Janaína Caixeiro
Chinese (Simplified) 阿简 特勒曼
Chinese (Traditional) 珍 泰瑞曼
Czech Jana Tellerman
Danish Bethina Tellerman
Dutch Jacinta Tellerman
European Portuguese Marisa Leite
Finnish Maaret Töllönen
French Jeanne Marques
German Hertha Tellerman
Italian Gianna Bergamaschi
Japanese ジャン テラーマン
Korean 얀 텔러만
Norwegian Juli Tellefsen
Polish Janinka Siodełko
Spanish Jan Torrado
Swedish Kim Tuhlin
Thai แจน เทล•เลอร์•แมน•

ReferencesEdit

  1. This page (in French) shows the genetic skintone, hair color, and eye color for most of the townies and NPCs in Pleasantview. (Original link is dead; link is to archived version; note that the information regarding Jan's hair color is incorrect which can be proven with SimPE.)