LAUREN COHAN (Alice Kerr) currently stars as Maggie Greene on AMC's
smash zombie-fest "The Walking Dead." The show has amassed a massive following
of tens of millions of viewers and is currently in its eighth season.
Cohan was last seen on the big screen in the Tupac Shakur biopic, "All Eyez on
Me," as Leila Steinberg, an early mentor of Tupac. Prior to that, she starred in
Entertainment's "The Boy," a horror thriller produced by Lakeshore Entertainment
and Vertigo Entertainment. The film was directed by William Brent Bell ("The
Inside") and written by Stacey Menear. In 2016, she appeared in "Batman v
Superman: Dawn of Justice," as Martha Wayne, the socialite mother of Bruce Wayne
and wife of Dr. Thomas Wayne, and she guest-starred in two episodes of Season 4
the "The Mindy Project."
Cohan previously appeared in a one-episode guest-spot for "Law & Order:
Special Victims Unit," and additional television credits include a series
regular role on
"Supernatural," pivotal guest arcs on "Chuck" and "The Vampire Diaries," as well
guest appearances on "Modern Family," CSI: NY," and Cold Case."
In 2014, Cohan starred in the John Herzfeld-directed independent film, "Reach
Me," alongside Sylvester Stallone, Kyra Sedgwick, and Kelsey Grammar. Additional
film credits include "Casanova" with Heath Ledger and "Van Wilder 2: The Rise of
and "Death Race 2."
Born in Philadelphia, Cohan spent her childhood in New Jersey before moving
to United Kingdom at the age of 13. There, she graduated from the University of
Winchester/King Alfred's College where she studied Drama and English Literature.
While at the university, she co-founded and toured with a theater company called
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