Lauren Cohan Wealth

How Much is Lauren Cohan’s Net Worth as of 2023?

Lauren Cohan Net Worth:
$4 Million

Lauren Cohan Wealth

Lauren Cohan – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of birth: January 7, 1982 (42 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Model
Nationality: American

Lauren was born January 7, 1982. She has Norwegian, Irish, and Scottish ancestry. She started her career as a lingerie model. Her notable movies include Casanova, National Lampoon’s Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj, and Death Race 2. Even more important are her roles on TV shows, such as Bela Talbot in Supernatural, Rose in The Vampire Diaries, and Maggie Greene in The Walking Dead. Her photoshoot for Ladygunn magazine was surprisingly daring. Cohan wore no bra under thin see-through shirt that was hardly able to hide her firm and perky bust.


Lauren Cohan started her professional career in 2005. Although, before making her commercial debut, she had worked in various non-commercial projects and dramas. She debuted with the film “Casanova” in the character of Sister Beatrice, which released in 2005 and starred in the late Heath Ledger. She went on to appear in the sequel of “Van Wilder” called “Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj” in 2006.

Lauren Cohan Net Worth
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“I always think family get-togethers when everybody just sort of crashes out are pretty much the best. If it’s more than a few days it gets hard, but for just a few days, it’s the most amazing thing ever.”

— Lauren Cohan

“We’re always grasping to feel safe. Ultimately, some people feel safe through love or family or community. Some people through exerting control.”

— Lauren Cohan

“I was very skinny. You know when your knees don’t even look like they’re attached to your body? Kids at school called me ‘Snap,’ like my legs were about to snap because they were so thin.”

— Lauren Cohan

“I do all core-based alignment training and strength training. If I don’t die at the end of 90 minutes, then it hasn’t been a good workout.”

— Lauren Cohan

“I was so gangly, even sneakers looked awkward. Everybody kind of goes through some phase, and it’s hard if you’re singled out for anything. But there was this one boy in particular who made fun of me, and – it’s funny – then later, when we were 18 or 19, he wanted to go out with me.”

— Lauren Cohan