American-born British actress who had her main breakout role as Maggie Greene around the AMC series The Going for walks Dead. She analyzed drama in the University or college of Winchester. She experienced recurring television functions around the Vampire Diaries, Chuck, and Supernatural. She was romantically associated with Ian Somerhalder in 2013. She experienced her first little film role within the 2005 film Casanova, which starred Heath Ledger.
Awards Satellite Award for Best Television Ensemble
Nominations People's Choice Award for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress
Movies The Boy, Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj, Death Race 2, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, All Eyez on Me, Casanova, Reach Me, Young Alexander the Great, Float, Heavenly, Practical
TV Shows The Walking Dead, Supernatural
Star Sign Capricorn
Ranked #41 on Maxim's "Hot 100" of 2014 list.
She has five younger half siblings.
Cohan's major movie debut was the 2005 film Casanova (2005) as Sister Beatrice.
She has also guest-starred on TV shows, such as Modern Family (2009), CSI: NY (2004), Cold Case (2003), Life (2007) (2009), and The Bold and the Beautiful (1987) (2007).
Cohan starred in a pilot for The CW called Heavenly in which she played the lead character, an attorney who teams up with an angel; it was not picked up as a series.
She was cast in the second season of the AMC television series The Walking Dead (2010) based on the comic book series of the same name, in the recurring role of Maggie Greene. She was promoted to the main cast in the third season.
Lauren's favorite Supernatural (2005) character to work with is "Gordon Walker", played by Sterling K. Brown. One of her favorite episodes to watch is Supernatural: Skin (2005), from the show's first season.
Lauren got her inspiration for playing her Supernatural (2005) character Bela from Catherine Zeta-Jones' character Virginia Baker in the 1999 film Entrapment (1999).
Lauren initially auditioned for the role of "Ruby" in Supernatural (2005). The role was eventually given to Katie Cassidy.
Her favourite actor is Tom Hanks.
Lauren is an avid fan of the 1989 film, Pet Sematary (1989), and, while living in England, she lived near a real Pet Cemetery.
Lauren learned fencing, while she was doing Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (2006), and archery, while filming The Quiet Assassin (2005). She also learned how to use guns during her stint on Supernatural (2005).
Lauren loves the book, "Life Of Pi", by Yann Martel and the 2012 film, Life of Pi (2012), based on this novel.
Lauren loves yoga.
Lauren sings. Her voice type is alto, mezzo-soprano.
Lauren can play the piano.
Lauren made her television debut in the year 2005 in the movie The Quiet Assassin (2005).
Lauren was a model before she became an actress.
Her make-up artist is Jamie Greenberg.
Lauren initially wanted to be a child psychologist, but always considered the possibility of joining the performing arts and she ended up attending the University of Winchester for Drama.
Lauren has a house in London.
She worked as a waitress at "The Cat & The Fiddle" (restaurant & pub) on the Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles when she moved to LA.
She moved to London from New Jersey, when she was age 14, and moved to Los Angeles, when she was age 22, to do acting. She decided to do that, after the Premiere of National Lampoon's Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (2006) in LA.
Her mother remarried when she was about age 7.
Her mom is Scottish and her dad is American.
Lauren supports the "Atlanta Music Project", an intense music education program for under-served youth in Atlanta.
Her best friend is actress Amy Shiels. They were together filming Young Alexander the Great (2010).
Her publicist is Erica Gray.
Is a model turned actress.
Takes kickboxing classes.
Initially auditioned for the role of Ruby in Supernatural (2005). The role was eventually given to Katie Cassidy.
Has an English accent.
Lived in Cherry Hill Township, New Jersey, during her childhood before moving to the United Kingdom.
Splits her time and work between London and Los Angeles.
Graduated with a BA in English and Drama from Winchester University, UK.
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I was born in Philadelphia, I lived in New Jersey for a short time, and then I moved to England, when I was a kid. And then, I recently moved to L.A. I'm American by birth, and English by accent. I grew up just outside London, in Surrey.
I went for the audition, which was shrouded in all kinds of secrecy to keep the storyline under wraps, and 5 days later I was in Atlanta and 700 years older.
A Fish Called Wanda (1988). The BEST people of the world in ONE film.
I'm not religious, but the tradition, the culture and the history are very important to me.
I really miss doing stage though, I really do. I actually prefer that, hands down to anything else and I can do it in bits and pieces but it's not that easy to commit to a play. Life's much easier if you can get work in TV or film so I don't know. I'll have a summer hiatus so maybe that's when I can do it.
I have a very weak stomach for horror. I need curtains on the front windows of my house because that heightens the whole fear factor.
I don't recall ever deciding to pursue a career in acting.
See my family, that is the most important. Otherwise, anything that involves bicycles, peaceful venues or the big wide open.
Sometimes you just have to chop a zombie like a melon. What can I say?
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