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$4 Million
Apr 28, 1973 (51 years old)
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Actor, Writer, Voice Actor
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What is Elisabeth Röhm's Net Worth?

Elisabeth Rohm is a German-born American actress who has a net worth of $4 million. Elisabeth Röhm is best known for her roles on the television series "Angel" and "Law & Order." She has also had substantial roles on such series as "Bull," "Heroes," "The Client List," "The Last Ship," and "The Oath," among others. Meanwhile, Röhm's film credits include "Crimes of the Past," "American Hustle," "Joy," "Wish Upon," and "Bombshell."

Early Life and Education

Elisabeth Röhm was born on April 28, 1973 in Düsseldorf, West Germany to Lisa and Eberhard. Due to her father being a partner at the New York law firm of Duane Morris, the family moved to New York City when Röhm was still an infant. Her mother, meanwhile, wrote scripts for television shows in the US, including the soap opera "Guiding Light." When Röhm was around eight years old, her parents divorced. She attended St. Andrew's-Sewanee School in Tennessee, and then went to Sarah Lawrence College back in New York.

Television Career

Röhm made her professional acting debut on television in 1997, appearing in the role of Dorothy Hayes on the soap opera "One Life to Live." After that, she was in the television film "The Invisible Man" and an episode of "Fantasy Island." In 1999, Röhm had a starring role in the BBC Northern Ireland miniseries "Eureka Street," an adaptation of Robert McLiam Wilson's novel. Also that year, she began playing the recurring role of LAPD detective Kate Lockley on the supernatural series "Angel." Röhm remained in the role through the show's second season in 2001. During that time, she played the main role of Alison Jeffers on the short-lived TNT series "Bull." Röhm had her longest-running role to date on "Law & Order," playing ADA Serena Southerlyn for four seasons from 2001 to 2005. She went on to appear in some television films after that, including "FBI: Negotiator" and "Amber's Story." Toward the end of the decade, Röhm had recurring roles on "Big Shots," "The Mentalist," and "Heroes."

In the early 2010s, Röhm starred in the television films "A Christmas Kiss" and "Lake Placid: The Final Chapter," and played the recurring role of Taylor Berkhalter on the Lifetime series "The Client List." Mid-decade, she starred in the television film "Forget and Forgive," had a recurring role on the CW's "Beauty & the Beast," and had a main role on the short-lived police procedural series "Stalker." Röhm went on to land recurring parts on such series as "The Last Ship," "Flaked," "Jane the Virgin," and "The Oath." She also appeared in episodes of "Magnum P.I." and "Tales," and was in the television films "Family Pictures" and "Sleeping with Danger."

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Film Career

On the big screen, Röhm had her debut in the 2005 buddy action comedy sequel "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous," playing Agent Janet McKaren. She went on to land starring roles in 2008's "The Kreutzer Sonata" and 2009's "Crimes of the Past." After those, Röhm appeared in the action thrillers "Abduction" and "Transit." In 2013, she acted in four films: "Officer Down," "Aftermath," "Chlorine," and David O. Russell's black comedy crime film "American Hustle," for which she shared the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Röhm reunited with Russell for the 2015 biographical dramedy "Joy," playing the half-sister of Jennifer Lawrence's titular character. Subsequently, in 2016, she was in "Everlasting," "Love is All You Need?," and "Polaris."

Röhm had a big year in 2017, appearing in five films: "Once Upon a Time in Venice," "Wish Upon," "Scales: Mermaids Are Real," "Trafficked," and "The Tribes of Palos Verdes." The year after that, she was in the crime drama "Con Man." In 2019, Röhm appeared in the war drama "Sgt. Will Gardner," and portrayed Fox News host Martha MacCallum in the television news drama "Bombshell." She returned to film acting in 2021 with roles in three films: "The Starling," "The Runner," and the biopic "Notorious Nick," in which she portrayed the mother of XFC wrestler Nick Newell, played by Cody Christian. Among Röhm's other credits is the 2022 title "A Marriage Made in Heaven."

Personal Life

In 2000, Röhm got engaged to director Austin Smithard; however, they broke off the engagement. She went on to date Ron Wooster, whom she ended up marrying in 2008. The couple had a daughter before divorcing in 2014. Five years later, Röhm got engaged to judge Jonathan Colby; however, they broke off their engagement in 2020. The following year, she married Peter Glatzer.

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