Lauren Graham Biography, Age, Family, Movies, Career And Net Worth.

Lauren Graham is an American actress and author. She is famously known for her roles as Lorelai Gilmore on the television series Gilmore Girls (2000–2007 and 2016), for which she received nominations for Screen Actors Guild, Golden Globe, and Satellite Awards, and as Sarah Braverman on the NBC television drama Parenthood (2010–2015).

Lauren Graham Biography

Lauren Graham is an American actress and author. She is famously known for her roles as Lorelai Gilmore on the television series Gilmore Girls (2000–2007 and 2016), for which she received nominations for Screen Actors Guild, Golden Globe, and Satellite Awards, and as Sarah Braverman on the NBC television drama Parenthood (2010–2015).

Her film works include roles in Sweet November (2001), Bad Santa (2003), The Pacifier (2005), Because I Said So (2007), and Evan Almighty (2007). She published her 1st novel with Ballantine Books in 2013, Someday, Someday, Maybe.

She reprised her role as Lorelai Gilmore on Netflix’s reunion miniseries Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and published a memoir, Talking as Fast as I Can (2016).

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Graham celebrates her birthday on the 6th of March 1967. She is 52 years old as of 2018.

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Lauren Graham was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. She’s the daughter of Donna Grant, was a fashion buyer, and her father, Lawrence Graham, is a candy industry lobbyist who has been president of the National Confectioners Association. She was raised in her father’s Catholic faith (her maternal grandfather was a Baptist minister) and she is of Irish, English, and Scottish descent.

Graham’s father initially worked for the Agency for International Development in Vietnam and Lauren lived for a few years in Japan (her mother also grew up there, as the daughter of a missionary).

Following the divorce of her parents, she was 5 years of age and moved to the Virginia suburbs of the Washington, DC metropolitan area with her father, who became a congressional staffer, while her mother left to pursue an artistic career, and lived in London until her death at age 61. She also spent a few of her childhood years in Southampton, New York.

Speaking of her siblings, she has a half-sister and a half-brother from her father’s second marriage and a British half-sister, Shade Grant, from her mother’s second marriage, who works at a talent agency.

She Graham remains involved with her Catholic faith by occasionally attending Mass.

Lauren Graham Education

As a child, Graham went to Langley High School, where she took part in the drill team. She graduated in 1984. She then went to New York University, but then transferred to Barnard College, where she graduated in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature.

She extended her education, honing her talent and she went to Southern Methodist University and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting Performance.

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Speaking of her love life, Graham has been in a relationship with actor Peter Krause, since 2010. The duo 1st met in 1995 when they both appeared in the sitcom Caroline in the City. They became a couple while playing brother and sister on Parenthood.

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Lauren Graham Career

After finishing her education, Graham stirred back to the big apple town wherever she attained her living as a server and tutor teaching weekday to take a look at schoolwork for The Princeton Review. While she aspired to become an associate thespian, she created promotion appearances carrying the costume of Striker, the dog being of the US-based 1994 FIFA World Cup. In 1995, she relocated to Hollywood. She appeared in varied commercials for merchandise like an antihistamine and Lean culinary art and hosted free preview weekends on The show Channel.

Between 1996 and 1997, Graham became an everyday guest star on many hit NBC shows. She played a graduate student who caught the eye of Dick on 3rd Rock from the Sun, Richard’s overly-optimistic girlfriend on Caroline in the City, and Jerry’s speed-dial ranking girlfriend on Seinfeld.

She contends a Hollywood producer United Nations agency had a love interest in Rey phytologist and a three-part episode of Law & Order, wherever she acted opposite Scott Cohen, who would later play one in all Graham’s love interests, Max Medina, on Gilmore Girls.
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In addition to her many guest starring and co-starring roles on prime-time television, Graham starred in four failed sitcoms, including Townies (with Molly Ringwald and Jenna Elfman), the short-lived sitcom Lush Life (with Lori Petty and Karyn Parsons), and M.Y.O.B, that was burned off by NBC within the summer months before the premiere of Gilmore women.

In 2000, Graham landed her breakthrough role as Lorelai Gilmore on Gilmore ladies – a humorous “thirty-something” raising her young female offspring in village Connecticut.
Graham aforementioned she felt “really connected to the material” and also the script for the series resonated along with her because of its complexities: “To Pine Tree State, this was one in all the first times that I looked at something and I was like, ‘It’s serious and it’s funny!

It’s deep and it’s light-weight,’ especially then, I had never seen before.” For her work, she received a nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series (Drama) at the 2002 Golden Globe Awards and nominations at the 2001 and 2002 SAG Awards. Beginning with Season 7 episode “To Whom It May Concern” and continuing throughout the rest of the season, Graham served as a producer on Gilmore Girls. TV Guide according to that she received the position in an endeavor to steer her to sign for Associate in Nursing eighth season. By the series’ end, Graham wanted to move on. “I did not feel we have a tendency to had something while not our creators,” she reflected.

Graham came to her guest-starring roots once she pictured herself in 2 episodes of NBC’s Studio sixty on the Sunset Strip.
Graham has conjointly appeared within the second season of Bravo’s Celebrity Poker face-off, co-hosted by Dave Foley of Newsradio. After winning her preliminary match, she came in second to another former Newsradio star, Maura Tierney, in the championship game. Graham’s film roles cover many NYU student films and multiple major studio releases, including Sweet November, Bad Santa, The Pacifier, Because I Said So, and Evan Almighty.

Graham has said that she enjoys playing in short films, and acting in the Williamstown Theatre Festival. She has performed in numerous short films, including the 15-minute-long Gnome. In 2007, Graham signed a seven-figure development deal with NBC in one of the year’s richest TV talent pacts. Graham has also worked as the voice-over announcer in national advertising for Kellogg’s numerous jet merchandise in 2007, and for Yankee specific ads in 2008 introducing the Plum Card, that is targeted towards tiny and growing businesses.

Lauren Graham Filmography

Film Roles

Year

Title

Role

1997

Nightwatch

Marie

1998

Confessions of a Sexist Pig

Tracy

One True Thing

Jules

1999

Dill Scallion

Kristie Sue

2001

Sweet November

Angelica

2002

The Third Wheel

Woman at Party

2003

Bad Santa

Sue

2004

Seeing Other People

Claire

2005

Lucky 13

Abbey

The Life Coach

Dr. Sue Pegasus

The Amateurs

Peggy

The Pacifier

Principal Claire Fletcher

Gnome

Amanda

2006

Black Diamonds: Mountaintop Removal & the Fight for Coalfield Justice

Herself / Narrator

2007

Because I Said So

Dr. Maggie Wilder-Decker

Evan Almighty

Joan Baxter

2008

Birds of America

Betty Tanager

Flash of Genius

Phyllis Kearns

2009

The Answer Man

Elizabeth

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Fran Lockwood

2010

It’s Kind of a Funny Story

Lynn Gilner

2014

A Merry Friggin’ Christmas

Luann Mitchler

2015

Max

Pamela Wincott

2016

Joshy

Katee

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

Jules Khatchadorian

Television Roles

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1995–1996

Caroline in the City

Shelly

5 episodes

1996

3rd Rock from the Sun

Laurie Harris

Episode: “Dick’s First Birthday”

Good Company

Liz Gibson

Main role: 6 episodes

Townies

Denise Garibaldi Callahan

Main role: 15 episodes

1997

Law & Order

Lisa Lundquist

3 episodes

Seinfeld

Valerie

Episode: “The Millennium”

NewsRadio

Andrea

4 episodes

1998

Conrad Bloom

Molly Davenport

Main role: 15 episodes

2000

M.Y.O.B.

Opal Marie Brown

4 episodes

2000–2007

Gilmore Girls

Lorelai Gilmore

Main role: 153 episodes
Also producer (season 7)

2001

Chasing Destiny

Jessy James

TV movie

2002

Family Guy

Mother Maggie

Voice role
Episode: “Road to Europe”

2006

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Herself / Host

Uncredited
Episodes: “The Long Lead Story”, “The Wrap Party”

2009

The Bridget Show

Bridget O’Shea

Unsold TV pilot

2010–2015

Parenthood

Sarah Braverman

Main role: 101 episodes

2011

Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Geoff Peterson

Voice role
Episode: “#8.62”

2012

Go On

Amy

Episode: “Dinner Takes All”

Project Runway

Herself / Guest judge

Episode: “A Times Square Anniversary Party”

2014

Web Therapy

Grace Tiverton

Episodes: “Smile Through the Pain”, “In Angus We Trust”

Hollywood Game Night

Herself / Celebrity player

Episode: “The Pittsburgh Steal-ers!”

2015

The Late Late Show

Herself / Host

February 19 episode as part of show’s three-month guest
host interregnum

The Odd Couple

Gaby Madison

Episode: “The Audit Couple”

Repeat After Me

Herself

Episode #1.7

2016

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

Lorelai Gilmore

Main role: 4 episodes

2017

Curb Your Enthusiasm

Bridget

3 episodes

2017–2018

Vampirina

Oxana Huntley

Voice role

2018

The Peter Austin Noto Show

Santa’s Helper #8

Episode: “Santas Helpers”

Lauren Graham Awards

Golden Globes, USA

2002 Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama
Gilmore Girls (2000)

Family Television Awards

2001 Winner
Family Television Award
Actress
Gilmore Girls (2000)
Tied with Jane Kaczmarek for Malcolm in the Middle (2000).

Gold Derby Awards

2007 Nominee
Gold Derby TV Award
Drama Lead Actress
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2006

Nominee
Gold Derby TV Award
Comedy Lead Actress
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2005

Winner
Gold Derby TV Award
Comedy Lead Actress
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2004

Nominee
Gold Derby TV Award
Comedy Lead Actress
Gilmore Girls (2000)

Online Film & Television Association

2006 Winner
OFTA Television Award
Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)
Tied with Debra Messing for Will & Grace (1998).

2005

Nominee
OFTA Television Award
Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2004

Nominee
OFTA Television Award
Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2003

Winner
OFTA Television Award
Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2002

Nominee
OFTA Television Award
Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2001

Nominee
OFTA Television Award
Best Actress in a New Drama Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)

People’s Choice Awards, USA

2005 Nominee
People’s Choice Award
Favorite Female Television Star

Prism Awards

2012 Nominee
Prism Award
Performance in a Drama Episode
Parenthood (2010)

Satellite Awards

2005 Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2005

Nominee
Satellite Award
Outstanding Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2004

Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2003

Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2002

Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Performance by an Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical
Gilmore Girls (2000)

Screen Actors Guild Awards

2002 Nominee
Actor
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2001

Nominee
Actor
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Gilmore Girls (2000)

Teen Choice Awards

2010 Nominee
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Parental Unit
Parenthood (2010)

2006

Winner
Teen Choice Award
TV – Choice Parental Unit
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2005

Winner
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV Parental Units
Gilmore Girls (2000)

Television Critics Association Awards

2006 Nominee
TCA Award
Individual Achievement in Comedy
Gilmore Girls (2000)

2002

Nominee
TCA Award
Individual Achievement in Drama
Gilmore Girls (2000)

Lauren Graham Net Worth

Graham has a net worth $15 million dollars.

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Lauren Graham Measurements

Body Shape
Hourglass
Dress size
6
Breasts-Waist-Hips
36-27-36 inches (91-69-91 cm)
Shoe/Feet
8
Bra size
34B
Cup
B
Height
5’9″ (175 cm)
Weight
140 lbs (64 kg)

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Lauren Graham Talks Kids, Confidence and Being ‘Cool Aunt Lauren’

You might know Lauren Graham best as the quick-witted, coffee-gulping mom on TV series “Gilmore Girls” or as the once-struggling single mother Sarah Braverman on the recently ended series “Parenthood.”

Now the actress is taking on another mom role, this time in the PG-rated film “Max,” opening in theaters today, about a military-trained dog that comes to live with the family of his fallen Marine trainer and partner.

Graham chatted with mom.me about family—including her boyfriend, actor Peter Krause, and his 13-year-old son Roman—as well as her new movie and what she would like parents to know about kids. After all, she’s worked with a lot of them.

You’re known for playing sometimes quirky or struggling single moms like Lorelai Gilmore in “Gilmore Girls” and Sarah Braverman in “Parenthood.” What drew you to the heartland mom character in “Max”?

I just thought the movie was really moving and it was a good story. I like the filmmaker Boaz [Yakin], and I love Thomas Haden Church. I heard that [Thomas] was really excited about me, and I was really happy about that until I had the horrible realization that I wondered if he was thinking of Heather Graham. And I was like, I can’t imagine that he’s a fan of mine. It’s probably Heather Graham. And then when I met him, he was like, “No, man, it was you!”

The family has often played a large role in a lot of your films and on TV. What would you say is most important to you about family?

I have two thoughts about that. One is, I have an amazing family, and they don’t benefit from more communication. And then I also have a family that I’ve created, which is my boyfriend and his son, and our friends—our extended family, in that sense. Both are important to me. I just think the more you show up, the better things tend to be. And I also don’t hold grudges. That, to me, has been a really important thing to learn that I see in other families—people really hang on to some injury or some conflict that happened, and I just have never been that way, and it’s always served me. It’s not served me to just forgive and forget and move on.

You’ve worked with a lot of kids in your roles, and you mentioned your boyfriend’s son. Do you have anything that you’d like moms to know about kids?

I have several kids in my life—most importantly, my boyfriend’s son. In some other families, I get to be “friend-adult.” I have a friend, and I’m friends with his kids, and he calls me “Cool Aunt Lauren”—not that I’m cool, but because he has found that his kids will tell me things that they won’t tell them. And all I do is ask a bunch of questions. One of them was going on a date, and I was like, “A date? What is that for you? Do you go sit and look at each other across a table?” And [my friend] was like, “We never really asked them that before. We didn’t know.”

And so, I’ve gotten the most out of asking questions and then not answering for them. My tendency can be to be like, “So how did that feel? Weird, huh?'” or fill it in for them, but I’ve really gotten a lot out of my relationships with younger people by just letting there be silence. Letting them come up with an answer and find their way to what they want to say. And to just ask more questions.

There’s a scene in the movie where your character stands up to authority. Do you have any advice for women and girls about standing up for themselves and saying what’s on their minds?

I feel like for women and girls, there’s a lack of experience there. I’m much more assertive now definitely than when I started out, but hopefully not obnoxious-assertive. Just like, “I know myself, and I’m OK to say how I feel,” but it’s a learned skill. In the case of this character, she’s pushed to the point where there’s no other choice, and she’s going to stand up for her kids. But in general, I think it’s an area that needs attention. You have to practice exercising your confidence and speaking for yourself. Then it tends to get easier.

You’ve also written a novel, “Someday, Someday, Maybe,” about a struggling young actress in New York. Was that a difficult transition, going from acting and producing to writing a novel?

No. That came out of actually hitting a point as an actor where I had more time on my hands than I had during “Gilmore Girls,” and I wanted to do something creative that wasn’t dependent upon any infrastructure or anybody else. It came from a time in my life when I suddenly had a moment to look around and feel like, “How did this happen?” I went from, “All I wanted to do was be an actor” to “Here I am in this environment I always dreamed of, and how have I changed? Who was I then, and how dare I? How did I ever think I could do this?” So it just came very organically, at least initially.

Then when I sold it, it became a terrible chore that I had to finish, and a deadline I had to meet, and everything from school flooded back, and I was like, “No, no, I can’t do it.”

The funny thing about something like a novel is it’s frozen in time. There are mistakes I made and things I would do differently, and there it is—just, out there. The most empowering part of that was I did something I’d never done before, and I practiced, and I got help, and I asked for advice, and then I finished. And it made me feel like, “I’m going to build a house next! There’s nothing I can’t do.”

Source: mom.me

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Seth Rogen, Lauren Graham Support Young Female Writers at ‘Lights, Camera, WriteGirl!’

The Los Angeles event featured scenes written by young girls and acted out by Rogen, Wayne Brady, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Keiko Agena, Stephanie Katherine Grant, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste, with Graham as the show’s host.

As two stars who have built careers out of their writing talents, Seth Rogen and Lauren Graham took part in supporting the next generation of writers at “Lights, Camera, WriteGirl!” on Saturday night.

The Los Angeles event was put on by WriteGirl, a nonprofit which mentors and encourages creativity for aspiring young female writers, and featured scenes written by young girls in the program, acted out by Rogen, Wayne Brady, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Keiko Agena, Stephanie Katherine Grant and Kirby Howell-Baptiste, with Graham as the show’s host. Established female TV and film writers, including Clare Sera (SmallfootBlended), Lauren Miller Rogen (Like Father), Josann McGibbon (Descendants) and Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right), also gave feedback to the girls on their projects.

Seth Rogen said the cause was particularly personal to him, as he “started writing when I was 13 years old; I still write with the person [partner Evan Goldberg] I started writing with them. I was a writer on a TV show when I was 18, so I personally believe that young people of any age, if encouraged, can really create good work. I think with young women especially, obviously with the way our world works, the more support and help, the better.”

The star, who acted in seven of the 14 scenes performed at the show, told The Hollywood Reporter that he was very impressed with the work the young writers — ranging from 13 to 18 years old — had created.

“They were really well written and some of the funny ones were really, really, genuinely funny, and the dramatic ones were truly emotional,” Rogen said. “There’s a lot of raw emotion in that, and as someone who reads writing all day, it’s hard to tap into that stuff, and they really did in a way that affected people, which isn’t easy.”

Graham, who has authored three books, not only joined the organization to emcee the event but has also been a mentor in the WriteGirl program for the last year. The actress said she was inspired to volunteer by her former Gilmore Girls co-star Agena, and because writing has taken on an increasingly large part of her life.

“Writing has become something that is important to me and something that I work hard at, but it took me a while to find the confidence to do it,” she told THR. “My hope is to give that to a girl at a younger age, because no matter if I had books published or not, the practice of it, the act of it, really gives me so much. It was just on a simple level like, ‘What’s something I can impart to a younger person? I could say it doesn’t matter if it never leaves your notebook, just the practice of doing this will give you such a strong sense of yourself.'”

Graham added that the mentorship has been just as beneficial to her, because in teaching a young writer about writing a scene or a poem, “it’s very freeing.”

She added, “And as creative people, it’s always a battle between art and commerce and the business side and your vulnerable artist side, so this is really a return to the fun of it. It’s a good reminder.”

Inside the show, held at Hollywood’s Linwood Dunn Theater, Graham opened the evening with a brief speech, joking that in joining the organization, “I have discovered in my life that I’m kind of in recovery from eighth grade endlessly like that’s my constant state. I feel the exact same way as I did then, and I thought, ‘Oh, my God, these people are actually in eighth grade, what a wonderful mentorship.’ I don’t know who will be helping who.” The actress also oversaw a raffle and silent auction to raise money for the group, admitting that being an auctioneer was the fulfillment of a lifelong goal.

The stars performed the 14 scenes, which covered topics ranging from relationships and insecurities to abuse and the recent college admissions scandal. Many of the writers were in the audience watching their pieces being performed and received a round of applause after each. One particular scene told the story of a young K-Pop star, which cast Rogen as a 20-year-old Korean lead.

As a clearly over-20 white man, Rogen joked with the audience, “Don’t ‘Scarlett Johansson’ me, I didn’t ask for this,” referencing the actress’ past of playing minorities. “They gave me the role, I didn’t jockey for it or anything.”

Source: hollywoodreporter.com

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