American actress Lauren Stamile was born on September 12, 1976. Her most well-known performance was in the ABC series “Grey Anatomy” as Nurse Rose.
|Full name||Lauren Stamile|
|Date of birth||September 12, 1976|
|Birth place||Tulsa, Oklahoma, ISA|
|Net worth||$3 million|
Early life and education
On September 12, 1976, Lauren Stamile was born in Oklahoma, USA. Being the third child in a family of four, Lauren was raised in the Tulsa area by their professional-trained father and clinical escort mother. She developed an enthusiasm for acting while attending Cascia Hall Preparatory School, as evidenced by her performances in a few plays presented there and in another couple at a neighbouring theatre.
She studied in 1994 at Northwestern University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in the year 1998. At that point, Lauren relocated to New York City and launched her acting career.
Parents and family
Terry Stamile was a nurse, and her mother Richard Stamile worked as a doctor.
More than sixty films and TV series have been screened by Lauren. In the 1999 episode “Sophomore Jinx,” she made her screen debut as Sarah, escaping the eerie atmosphere of inappropriate behaviour in “Harmony and Legitimacy: Special Victims Unit.” In 2001, Lauren became well-known as Liz Lombardi, a key character in the parody “Aslant.”
Over the next few years, Lauren made appearances in numerous episodes of television shows, such as the popular “The West Wing,” the satirical “Wedded to the Kellys,” and the dream series “Tru Calling” with Secret Execution. In the middle of the 2010s, she also made appearances in a few high-profile programmes, such as the horror-thriller “Shock,” the comedy “Neighbourhood,” and the sensational show “The Mentalist.”
In addition to starring in two underappreciated films in 2008—the comedy Kissing Cousins and the widely recognised satire The Blue Tooth Virgin—Lauren was cast as Cassidy in the comedy That Guv in 2006. Lauren starred in three shows: “Low Fidelity” (2011), “Present Second” (2012), a joyful satire, and “token” (2015), a movement parody.
Husband and children
Randy Zamcheck, Lauren Stamile’s spouse, is a health coach by occupation. The couple is happy in their marriage and has two kids, but Lauren has not given the media any information about their kids.
Over the course of her career, Lauren Stamile is estimated to have earned $3 million.