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Lauren Cohan Height 5' 8" Born November 1982 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Lauren Cohan: Lauren Cohan (born 1982) is
an American actress. Lauren was born in Philadelphia and lived in Cherry Hill
Township, New Jersey during her childhood before moving to the United
Kingdom. Lauren graduated from the University of Winchester / King Alfred's
College where she studied Drama and English Literature, before touring with a
theatre company she co-founded at the University. Lauren then split her time and
work between London and Los Angeles, working on several films as well as some
Her major movie debut was the 2005 film Casanova as Sister Beatrice. In 2006, she starred in the sequel to National Lampoon's Van Wilder, Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj playing the role of Charlotte Higginson, or Charlie, where she appeared in a nude scene. Her next role will be in the 2007 film Float.
Now on AMC The walking Dead, Best Dam Show on TV!
Cohan currently has a recurring role in the paranormal drama television series
Supernatural, as Bela Talbot, a thief who sometimes helps out the Winchester
Boys and sometimes annoys them.
The Quiet Assassin (2005)
Casanova (2005) - Sister Beatrice
Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (2006) - Charlotte Higginson
Supernatural (2007) Bela
Young Alexander the Great (2007) - Leto
Float (2007) - Emily Fulton
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