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Lauren LoGiudice was born on 14 June, 1983 in Queens, New York, U.S., is an Actor and comedian. At 37 years old, Lauren LoGiudice height not available right now. We will update Lauren LoGiudice's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Lauren LoGiudice
Occupation Actor and comedian
Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 14 June 1983
Birthday 14 June
Birthplace Queens, New York, U.S.
Nationality U.S.

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Lauren LoGiudice Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Lauren LoGiudice worth at the age of 37 years old? Lauren LoGiudice’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. She is from U.S.. We have estimated Lauren LoGiudice's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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2019

Lauren LoGiudice is an American actress. She also writes and performs standup comedy, solo plays, stories, and creates sketch comedy characters. A Moth StorySLAM champ, she's been featured by The New York Times, BBC, among others. After the release of When Harry Tries to Marry, LoGiudice was called a "rising star." Reviews of her recent multi-character sketch comedy video project said, “You’ll see the influences from Sacha Baron Cohen and Tracey Ullman.”

2017

LoGiudice debuted over 10 sketch comedy characters on her YouTube channel and created an interactive web video project called “Yule Log with Friends.” It also showed at the High 5 Gallery in December 2017. Reviews said, “While you watch the characters go about their lives you’ll see the influences from Sacha Baron Cohen and Tracey Ullman.”

2014

In 2014 LoGiudice was cast as a co-star in the HBO show Veep opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Hugh Laurie.

LoGiudice and Uschkamp teamed up again in 2014, to continue their exploration of Garbo's life. Together they collaborated with Polly Dawson and Sol Tamargo of DelSol Photography for an experimental underwater photography project in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

As a member of Campus Pride's speaker's bureau, LoGiudice created an interactive performance workshop based on Garbo Dreams and her research in Old Hollywood. In 2014 she began to tour the workshop performance to colleges and conferences around the country.

LoGiudice began making public appearances in the character of Greta Garbo, otherwise known as Ms. G. In October 2014 LoGiudice appeared in character as a special host of the Top Corporate Allies for Diversity Gala in NYC.

Using the cynical, apathetic comedy of Garbo's persona, LoGiudice wrote several humorous pieces. In 2014 she was published in McSweeney's.

2013

In 2013 LoGiudice was cast in Joseph Graham's feature film Beautiful Something, which played at film festivals including Frameline.

In 2013 LoGiudice worked with designer Britta Uschkamp and Amber Rima on a photographic exploration of Garbo's life.

2012

In 2012 LoGiudice was cast in Bittersweet Monday, which shot in Austin, Texas. The film played in several film festivals across the country, including in Washington, D.C.

2011

Shortly after, LoGiudice met writer Sharyn Jackson and the two created the infamous "Victoria" party. They continued to produce a yearly Golden Girls event, in 2011 attended by Rue McClanahan's estate.

In 2011 LoGiudice began to research Old Hollywood cinema and stars to prepare for her second solo play. Garbo Dreams, about Greta Garbo's life and last days, played in NYC, including Stage Left Studio, Casa Belvedere and Galerie St. George. The Red Room performances with Michael Arenella were given mention in The New York Times.

2010

In 2010 onwards LoGiudice was cast in numerous national and regional commercials, including Zappos' scandalous "More Than Just Shoes" campaign.

2009

LoGiudice met acting teacher Lynn Singer in 2009 and began seriously studying vocal production. Under Singer’s tutelage, LoGiudice formally learned to speak without a New York accent, which greatly expanded her casting options and opportunities. In 2010 Sam Roberts included LoGiudice in The New York Times feature story about the process that was on the cover of the Sunday Metropolitan section. The corresponding video, created by Erik Olsen and featuring LoGiudice, was the number-one emailed video on NYTimes.com for a whole week. Consequently, the BBC covered LoGiudice's story.

In 2009 LoGiudice met Sheetal Vyas at the Tribeca Film Festival. Vyas later cast LoGiudice in the feature film "When Harry Tries to Marry". The movie opened in theaters in 2011. LoGiudice earned accolades for her performance—the front page of the Queens Courier, as well as the Gazette called LoGiudice a “rising star."

In 2009 LoGiudice wrote “Queens Girl,” an autobiographical solo show. LoGiudice toured the play in New York, San Francisco, Portland and New Orleans. Stockholm Pride invited LoGiudice to perform Queens Girl in their cultural festival. The production was noted by Backstage as a valuable performance and marketing tool.

In 2009 LoGiudice formed a production company with Kelsy Chauvin called Over/Under Productions. The two have created three short films: "Bridal Party", "Yes and No", and Reality Check, as well as the web series "Ciao Grandma". "Bridal Party" premiered at the Gotham Screen Film Festival.

2008

In 2008 LoGiudice began working in the entertainment industry in Italy, particularly in Rome.

LoGiudice was named in Go Magazine's "100 Women We Love" in 2008. They said: "With all that ambition and focus to LoGiudice's natural beauty and talent and you've got a recipe for success. Just remember, you heard about her here first".

1983

LoGiudice was born on June 14, 1983 and grew up in the Howard Beach section of Queens, New York. After graduating from Wesleyan University, LoGiudice obtained the American India Foundation William J. Clinton Fellowship Award for service in India. During her tenure in Bangalore, India, she worked with a non-profit organization that served victims of AIDS and studied Bharata Natyam.