Facts of Laurel Coppock Biography
|Networth||$1 Million (Approx)|
|Education||Colby College in Maine|
|Place of birth||United States of America|
Laurel Coppock is an American actress, known for her work in the comedy and drama movie Crazy, Stupid, Love. She is also a founding member of the sketch and comedy group The Groundlings. Lauren is also recognized from her Toyota commercials, where she plays Jan.
Early Life & Education
Laurel Coppock was born in the United States of America. She is the daughter of Susan Coppock, a dancer and Broadway actress. Her sister, Selena is a stand-up comedian and an author, whereas, her another sister, Emily is an art appraiser and dealer. Laurel grew up along with her two sisters in the East Coast.
She attended Colby College in Maine followed by the Circle in the Square Acting Conservatory in New York City. Before moving to Los Angeles, Laurel studied and played comedy in Chicago at Second City and ImprovOlympic. She also spent a year performing with Boom Chicago in Amsterdam.
Laurel made her acting debut in the Erik Moe-directed comedy film “Food Chain” playing Janice in 2008. She then played Sophia in the motion picture " Crazy, Stupid, Love" along with Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling in 2011. A year later, she appeared in Bryan Robbins’s short comedy “Comedy Jam,” where she played Carol Trotter in 2012. She has also made her appearance on the TV series such as Modern Family, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Office, Arrested Development, Hot in Cleveland and much more.
Laurel is a member of “The Groundlings,” a non-profit improvisation and sketches comedy theater group, whose alumni include former Saturday Night Live cast members such as Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig, and talk show hosts Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Fallon.
She is a co-creator of The BreakWomb, a web series on YouTube. It’s an utterly charming and hilarious series of sketch comedies written and performed by three mothers, Laurel, Molly Erdman, and Megan Grano.
Lauren Coppock is also noticed for her commercial ad of Toyota. She is therefore known as “Toyota’s Jan,” where the super perky woman received numerous calls from Toyota’s customers willing to learn information on Toyota’s Annual Clearance Event. She also featured in Toyota’s second commercial “Science Project.”
Personal Life & Net Worth
Laurel is a married woman, and her husband’s name is Bobby Mort, also an actor. He is famous for his appearance in the movies like Beatdown and Locked Down. In 2005, Bobby appeared on the talk show The Colbert Report and served as a producer of the show “John Loudermilk” on DirecTV. Laurel & Bobby has one child, whose name was never publicized to the people.
Laurel's exact net worth is not yet mentioned on social sites. However, some wiki sites said that she have an estimated of $1 million. The 5' 6" actress holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She is also active on social networking sites.