Cobie Smulders Net Worth

How much is Cobie Smulders Worth?

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Cobie Smulders net worth:
$18 Million

Cobie Smulders' Salary

$225 Thousand Per Episide

Cobie Smulders net worth: Cobie Smulders is a Canadian actress who has a net worth of $18 million. Cobie Smulders was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on April 3, 1982. Smulders, also known as Jacoba Francisca Maria Smulders, began her career as a model, and was at first hesitant about shifting her focus to acting. She began her professional acting career with a small role on the show, "Jeremiah". From there, she went on to appear in supporting or recurring roles on multiple television shows, including, "Tru Calling", "Veritas: The Quest", "Smallville", and "The L Word". She became a household name when she was cast as Robin Scherbatsky on "How I Met Your Mother". In addition to her television work, she has appeared in such films as, "The Long Weekend", "The Slammin' Salmon", and most recently, "The Avengers". She is next slated to appear in "Safe Haven", "They Came Together", and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier". On How I Met Your Mother, Cobie Smulders earns a salary per episode of $225,000.

Cobie Smulders

Cobie Smulders Net Worth

Cobie Smulders Net Worth

Cobie Smulders

Model
Date of Birth
Apr 3, 1982 (34 years old)
Profession
Model, Actor
Nationality
Canada
Height
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Nicknames
Jacoba Fransisca Maria Smulders, Jacoba Fransisca Maria Smulder, Jacoba Francisca Maria "Cobie" Smulders, Cobie, Jacoba Francisca Maria Smulders
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