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Net Worth:
$6 Million
Feb 20, 1978 (46 years old)
New Haven
5 ft 5 in (1.664 m)
United States of America
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Lauren Ambrose is an American stage, film and television actress and singer who has a net worth of $6 million. Lauren Ambrose is probably most-famous portraying Claire Fisher on HBO's critically acclaimed series "Six Feet Under" which ran from 2001 to 2005.

Lauren Ambrose was born on Lauren Anne D'Ambruoso on February 20, 1978 in New Haven, Connecticut. In her early acting career, Ambrose appeared in several Off-Broadway productions. She also made brief appearances on the small screen on shows like "Law and Order" and "Damaged". Ambrose progressed to the big screen, making her film debut in the 1997's romantic comedy "In & Out". She gained more prominent roles in the 1998 teen movie "Can't Hardly Wait" and the 2000 horror comedy "Psycho Beach Party".

In 2001, Ambrose was cast in the role of Claire Fisher on what would become the critically acclaimed HBO series "Six Feet Under". Lauren earned two Emmy nominations for her work on the show and won two Screen Actors Guild Awards.

In 2006, Ambrose made her Broadway debut in "Awake and Sing!" She also appeared in two Shakespeare productions, including "Romeo and Juliet" (which received rave reviews from critics) and "Hamlet". She was then featured in another Broadway play "Exit the King" alongside Susan Sarandon and Geoffrey Rush.

In 2011 Ambrose joined the cast of "Torchwood: Miracle Day", which led to a Saturn Award nomination for a Best Supporting Actress.

In 2019 she began starring on the Apple TV+ series "Servant" which is executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan.

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