What is Lauren Graham’s Net Worth?


Lauren Graham is an American actress, author and director.

Graham is most well-known for her role as Lorelai Gilmore in the television series Gilmore Girls. She was nominated for Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe nominations.

Other television and film work she has done includes ‘Sweet November’, ‘Bad Santa’, ‘The Pacifier’, ‘Because I Said So,’ and ’Evan Almighty.

Lauren Graham’s net worth was estimated at $15 million as of July 2022.

Early Life

Lauren Helen Graham was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on March 16, 1967.

Her mother was a fashion buyer and her father is a candy lobbyist. Graham was raised Catholic by her father.

Her father was a United States Agency for International Development (Vietnam) and she spent a few years living in Japan. She moved to Virginia with her father, a congressional staffer, when she was five years old.


Graham’s roles in “Good Company”, “Townies”, and “Conrad Bloom” were barely able to make it past the beginning gate before they were canceled. The cancellation of M.Y.O.B. was a blessing in disguise. It turned out to have been a blessing in disguise as she was able to accept the role that would become her most prominent in a new series, ‘Gilmore Girls.

This show chronicled the lives of Rory Gilmore, a single mother, and Lorelai Gilmore. They were closer to sisters than the mother-daughter relationship.

Her work on the series earned her numerous accolades, including a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Golden Globe Award. She starred in “Bad Santa” in 2003.

The Pacifier and ‘Because I Told You So” were her next roles. Graham was also cast as Evan Almighty in 2007, a sequel to Bruce Almighty’s hit comedy.

She also worked behind the camera, and she has since started her own production company, Good Game Entertainment.


These are some of Lauren Graham’s greatest moments:

  • Gilmore Girls (TV Show, 2000-2007)
  • Bad Santa (Movie, 2003)
  • The Pacifier (Movie, 2005)
  • The Answer Man (Movie, 2009)

Favorite Quotes From Lauren Graham

One thing that I’ve discovered is that I don’t like variety. I prefer to eat the same thing all the time: various lean proteins with arugula, quinoa or brown Rice with Soy Sauce, Olive Oil, Lemon, and Salt. These ingredients are sufficient to last me through the week.

Acting can be one of the most strange professions. It’s possible to be in this profession for many years and not be truly engaged. All you have to do is wait for the right opportunity. It’s kind of like watching “American Idol” and seeing people who believe that they can win.