An American-British actress named Lauren Cohan was born on January 7, 1982. She is best known for playing Maggie Greene in the AMC post-apocalyptic horror series The Walking Dead 2011–2018; 2020–present. Her other notable TV roles include Vivian McArthur Volkoff in the action comedy Chuck 2011, Francesca “Frankie” Trowbridge in the action comedy-drama Whiskey Cavalier, and Bela Talbot in the dark fantasy drama Supernatural 2007–2008.
She also played Rose in the supernatural teen drama The Vampire Diaries 2010–2012. 2019. She appeared in the comedies Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj 2006, The Boy 2016, a psychological thriller with horror elements, All Eyez on Me 2017, and Mile 22 (an action thriller) (2018).
Is Lauren Cohan Dating Anyone?
She is currently without a husband or lover. However, she only had one ex-boyfriend with whom she had a committed relationship for at least three years, and that was four years ago.
Lauren Cohan didn’t seem to date anyone after breaking up with her most recent boyfriend. However, there is one particular man who grabs the public’s attention. Steven Yeun is him.
In The Walking Dead, Cohen’s co-star Steven Yeun played Glenn Rhee. During their joint interviews, their admirers began to suspect that something is going on between them both on and off camera.
Brilliantly, given how well they portrayed their characters on the show, it is understandable if the audience believed they were dating. In reality, the couple who plays Maggie Greene and Glenn Rhee on the program began dating right away, got married, and had a child together. Their on-screen chemistry is incredible.
Lauren did, however, briefly leave the show in season 9. Lauren departed the show after season 9. Fans anticipated she wouldn’t return to the show again, but season 10 has her back.
Steven already has a wife and a son in real life, so Lauren Cohen even urged her supporters to stop expecting them to date them. In 2016, Steven Yeun wed Joana Park.
The CW’s Heavenly (2011) pilot, in which Cohan played the lead role of Lily, an attorney who partners with an angel, was not picked up for a full season.
On The Walking Dead, an AMC post-apocalyptic horror television series based on the comic book series of the same name, Cohan was cast in April 2011 in what would become her most well-known role as Maggie Greene later Maggie Rhee. She made her debut as a recurring character in season two, but at the beginning of season three, she was introduced as a series regular.
In 2015, the drama had the best cable television ratings ever. At the end of The Walking Dead’s eighth season, Cohan fulfilled her commitments under her contract as a series regular. Later, it was revealed that a wage issue prevented
Cohan from agreeing to join the main cast of season nine; she had wanted an increased salary that was more in line with that of her male co-stars, Andrew Lincoln, and Norman Reedus. Cohan started offering herself for TV pilots after AMC declined. Cohan eventually came to an arrangement to participate in five episodes of The Walking Dead’s first half of season nine before leaving the show in 2018.
Cohan earned the role of CIA agent Francesca “Frankie” Trowbridge in the ABC action comedy-drama Whiskey Cavalier in the early months of 2018, while she was still in the middle of contract negotiations with AMC for The Walking Dead. On February 24, 2019, Whiskey Cavalier made its debut after being picked up for a series in May 2018. ABC decided not to give the show a second season.
The eleventh and last season of The Walking Dead will feature Cohan as a series regular, according to a report from October 2019. Showrunner Angela Kang also mentioned that Cohan might make an appearance in the show’s then-upcoming ninth season.