Lauren London is a popular performer and model. She’s also recognized as being commercially productive and it can also be observed when examining Lauren London net worth, which continues to be said to now reach 6million dollars. Initially, Lauren London was showing in several music movies. Afterwards, she started getting parts in film and Television productions. Lauren London began to get more focus when she appeared in a movie called ATL. These participation additionally have added a lot to the total amount of Lauren London net worth.
Lauren London Net Worth $6 Million Dollars
Presently, Lauren London is showing on a television series called The Sport. In 2006, when she appeared in Everyone Loathes Funerals, that was an instalment of the television show called Everyone Hates Chris Laurel London began to get more acknowledgement. Thus, film appearances, but also perhaps not only her Television appearances started to raise the overall estimation of Lauren London net worth.
Initially, Lauren London was a pupil at Palisades High-School, yet, when she began to go to auditions, her parents determined that it’d be better if she were home schooled so she’d manage to attend more auditions and property parts in movies and Television productions.
In 2007, Lauren London began to surface in a television series called Entourage, which produced her more recognized to youthful audiences. In the exact same year, Lauren London got a part in a movie called This Yuletide. Among the best things about it really is that Lauren London did perhaps not even need to audition because of it. In 2007, Lauren London additionally became a representative for Sean John girls selection. In the following year, she got a part in still another popular tv-show called 90210, which likewise made her properly known for youthful audiences. Thus, being a star on Television has added a lot of sales to Lauren London net worth.
Her goal 5 years from now is to be nominated for a Oscar.
Was offered a part in "This Christmas" without an audition.
Home-schooled during her sophomore to senior year of high school.
She's a big neo-soul and hip-hop fan and likes going to concerts.
[on being the daughter of a caucasian Jewish father and an African-American mother] Whatever your ethnicity is... in this life you are going to be on a journey to discover who you are and how you feel about yourself... I do remember being teased by my cousins on my mom's side for not being Black enough... And then I'd spend the summer with my dad and be sent to all white summer camps where I was 'that Black girl.'... If someone thinks I'm not Black enough that's their issue... I'm okay with who I am and it is what is. I'm a Black woman like my mother, and I love who my father is, and I love both sides of me. Nobody makes a big deaI about it anymore because I won't take that anymore.
I'm really big neo-soul, hip hop fan. I like going to concerts like floe try. I love doing that on my downtime. I listen to music and hang out with my friends and try to read up on scripts and stuff.
Barbra Streisand has always been an inspiration for me. I admire Jennifer Lopez because she's been against all the odds and she's made such a name for herself and she can put her name on anything and it sells and I admire that about her, but Barbara Streisand and Woody Allen are my favorites.
I relate to her struggle with who she's trying to be. She's not feeling comfortable with restrictions and I remember being that way at 17 and rebelling against what everyone wanted me to be and who I thought I wanted to be, so I related to aspect of her. Not the rich part though. (Relating to her character in ATL)