Lynn Cohen Biography, Age, Death, Husband, Net Worth

Yet another veteran and old lady left this world and this time it was Lynn Cohen, American actress. She was born on 10th August 1933 in Kansas City and was active in the American entertainment industry since 1983. Throughout her what we can say spectacular career, she appeared in more than 100 movies and television either in small and supporting roles. In fact several projects are currently still in post-production and will be released shortly. Apart from this, she also appeared in several Broadway productions as well and earned lot of fame with prestige.

Lynn Cohen Death: 

She took her last breath on 14th February Friday when whole world was celebrating Valentine’s Day. She died in New York and was survived by her husband Ronald Theodore Cohen, with whom she has been married since 1964. Although exact cause or reason of her death is yet not revealed by her husband or other family members.

Lynn Cohen Biography

Real Name Lynn Cohen
Birth Date  10, 1933
Age 86 Years
Death February 14, 2020
Birth Place Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Actress
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Leo

Lynn Cohen Height, Weight and Body Measurement

Height in feet inches – 5’ 1” – in centimeters – 154 cm  
Weight in Kilograms – 52 kg  –  in Pounds –  114 lbs
Waist Size 32 Inches
Hip Size 34 Inches
Shoe Size 9 (US)
Dress Size Not Known
Hair Color Chestnut Hair
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Slim
Sexual Orientation Straight

Qualification/Education

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Family

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Mother N/A
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Lynn Cohen Affairs (Relationship Status)

What Was Lynn Cohen marital status? (single, married, in relation or divorce) Married
Who is Lynn Cohen Husband? Gilbert L. Frazen ( m. 1957; his death 1960)
Ronald T. Cohen ( m. 1964)

Lynn Cohen Filmography

  • Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993) as in Lillian House
  • Law & Order (1993–2006) as in Judge Elizabeth Mizener
  • Vanya on 42nd Street (1994) as in Vonenskaya
  • Walking and Talking (1996) as in Andrew’s mom
  • I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) as in Hotel Earle Concierge
  • Everything Relative (1996) Mrs. Kessler
  • My Divorce (1997) as in Mother
  • Hurricane Streets (1997) as in Lucy
  • Deconstructing Harry (1997) as in Janet’s mom
  • Once We Were Strangers (1997) as in Natasha
  • Cosby (1997), (Appeared in Episode: “Florida”) as in Dorothy
  • Meschugge (1998) as in Mrs. Fish
  • Cradle Will Rock (1999) as in Mama Silvano
  • Fast Food Fast Women (2000) as in Jesse
  • Ten Hundred Kings (2000) as in Anne Shephard
  • Sex and the City (2000–2004) as in Magda
  • The Jimmy Show (2001) as in Ruth
  • Fishing (2002) as in Ruthie
  • Hias inYah! (2002) as in Gramma
  • The Station Agent (2003) as in Patty
  • Evergreen (2004) as in Grandmom
  • Last Call (2004) as in Betsy
  • The Last Days of Leni Riefenstahl (2005) as in Leni Riefenstahl
  • While the Widow Is Away (2005) as in The Widow
  • Munich (2005) as in Golda Meir
  • Invincible (2006) as in Mrs. Spegnetti
  • The Hottest State (2006) as in Harris’s mother
  • Delirious (2006) as in Muffy Morrison
  • Days of Our Lives (2007) as in Ms. Ashwell
  • The Summoning of Everyman (2007) as in Doctor
  • Ablution (2007) as in Esther
  • Across The Universe (2007) as in Grandmother Carrigan
  • Then She Found Me (2007) as in Trudy Epner
  • The Life Before Her Eyes (2007) as in Sister Beatrice
  • Deception (2008) as in Woman
  • Sex and the City (2008) as in Magda
  • Synecdoche, New York (2008) as in Caden’s mother
  • Eavesdrop (2008) as in May
  • Eagle Eye (2008) as in Mrs. Wierzbowski
  • Staten Island (2009) as in Dr. Leikovic
  • Damages (2009–2012), (Appearance in four episodes) as in Stefania McKee
  • Nurse Jackie (2009–2012) as in Mrs. Zimberger
  • A Little Help (2010) as in Mrs. Cosolito
  • Sex and the City 2 (2010) as in Magda
  • The Extra Man (2010) as in Lois Huber
  • Red Dead Redemption (2010) as in Mrs. Bush
  • Hello Lonesome (2010) as in Eleanor
  • Somewhere Tonight (2011) as in Mrs. Pecorino
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2011), (Appeared in Episode: “Beef”) as in Donna Rosa Doletti
  • Not Waving But Drowning (2012) as in Sylvia
  • Art Machine (2012) as in Roberta
  • Where Is Joel Baum? (2012) as in Mrs. Stein
  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) as in Mags
  • They Came Together (2014) as in Bubby
  • The Affair (2014) as in Joan Bailey
  • Getting On (2014) as in Janice Carmaglia
  • The Cobbler (2014) as in Sarah Simkin
  • Omphalos (2014) as in Babs
  • A Woman Like Me (2014) as in Alex’s mom
  • Master of None (2015) as in Carol
  • All in Time (2015) as in Mrs. Joshnman
  • Deadbeat (2015), (Appeared in Episode: “Last Dance with Edith Jane”) as in Edith Jane
  • Chicago Med (2016), (Appearance in one episode) as in Rose Wechsler
  • The Pickle Recipe (2016) as in Rose
  • Sollers Point (2017) as in Ladybug
  • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2018) as in Bubbabosia
  • Feast of the Seven Fishes (2018) as in Nonnie
  • After Class (2019)

Favorite Things

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Lynn Cohen Career:

Her acting career took off in 1983 where she made debut in regional productions of classics like “The Twelve Juries” or “Hamlet” before making her Broadway debut in 1990. At the same time, her film and television career began with small and tiny appearances in several television shows such as NYPDC Blue, Law and Order and Nurse Jackie. The part as initially buttoned up and disgruntled housekeeper Magda in “Sex and the City” was her big breakthrough from 2000.

In 2012 Lynn Cohen took over the part as female tribute Mags in the second film “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”. Previously, she portrayed none other than Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir in the Steven Spielberg drama “Munich”. Cohen had other film roles in “Across the Universe” and “Eagle Eye – Out of Control”. The actress finally made her last television appearances with guest appearances in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “God Friended Me”.


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