Laura Ramsey is an American retired actress who rose to fame with leading roles in films like "The Covenant" and "She's the Man," both of which were released in 2006, as well as in the TV series "Hindsight," which premiered in 2015.
When she was discovered by an agent and given her first role in a documentary, her acting career officially got underway. At the box office, the documentary, however, was a complete failure. In 2008, she was put forward for a "Fright Meter Award."
On November 14, 1982, Laura Ramsey was born in Brandon, Wisconsin. Her father's name is Jill Ramsey and her mother's name is Mark Ramsey. She seems to be her family's lone child. She graduated in 2001 from "Laconia High School" in Rosendale, Wisconsin.
Following that, Laura attended "Ripon College" in Ripon, Wisconsin. She completed a bachelor’s degree and subsequently moved to Los Angeles in contemplation of a career as a model or actor.
When it comes to disclosing information about her private life to the public, this actress hasn't exactly been transparent. From 2009 until 2010, Laura Ramsey dated actor Brian Geraghty, and their relationship sparked a lot of controversies. She is currently seeing fashion marketing businessman Greg Chait. Little is known about their romance, although it seems like they have been dating for quite some time. Additionally, the couple went to the Cannes Film Festival's Middle Men Party in 2009.
The pair has a daughter named Dorothy and is engaged. Based on an interview Greg made with "GQ" in 2018, it is assumed that things between them are perfect. When questioned about their joint Malibu property, he did not bring up Laura. He did make note of Dorothy, though.
Who is Greg Chait?
Greg Chait is the man behind the LA-based cashmere brand The Elder Statesman. Previously, Chait assisted in launching the Australian denim company Ksubi in the US. Greg most recently received the 2012 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Winner title.
The Elder Statesman, a company that has been around for six years, sells a variety of goods, such as knitted hats, ready-to-wear, accessories, home décor items, and eyewear. It also has a second brand called TYRO bytes that gives the same degree of integrity and style but at a lesser price. A sweater starts at roughly $800, while the blankets begin at $2,000.
The actress was working at a restaurant on Sunset Boulevard when a casting director noticed her and encouraged her to audition for the movie "The Real Cancun." The movie tells the tale of 16 Americans who used a reality television-style tactic to spend their spring break in Cancun, Mexico. Although it was a financial failure at the box office, Laura experienced the opposite outcome as it significantly advanced her career.
Laura portrayed Natalie Day in the television drama "The Days" the next year. In 2005, Laura had a small part in the sports drama movie "Lords of Dogtown," which starred Heath Ledger, Emile Hirsch, and Victor Rasuk.
Laura Ramsey's Net Worth
Laura Ramsey is expected to have a net worth of over $2 million as of the beginning of 2022 from her lucrative performing career in the entertainment sector. In the United States, the movie actress normally makes $39.84 per hour and $55, 944 annually.
The diva made a decent living for a while after acting in popular films. She featured in the spooky American movie The Covenant in 2006, which brought in $37.6 million at the box office. The Ruins, her following film, earned $22.3 million globally.
Laura Ramsey in White Collar
Laura only appeared in one episode of "White Collar" and played Amy. White-Collar is a Jeff Eastin-produced American police procedural drama television series. The program debuted on USA Network on October 23, 2009, and ran for six full seasons before wrapping up on December 18, 2014.
The stars were Tim DeKay as FBI Special Agent Peter Burke and Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey, a brilliant con guy who serves as Burke's undercover informant, and also Willie Garson and Tiffani Thiessen.
Laura Ramsey in She’s The Man
In the 2006 American romantic comedy teen sports film She's The Man, Ramsey was given the role of Olivia Lennox. Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum, Laura Ramsey, Vinnie Jones, and David Cross all appear in the film.
The film centers around a teenager Viola Hastings, who enters her brother’s new boarding school, Illyria Prep, in his place and pretends to be a boy in order to play on the boys’ soccer team.
The lead roles in "The Covenant" and "She's the Man," both of which were released in 2006, propelled Laura to stardom. She then went on to star in the drama film "Whatever Lola Wants" in 2007 and had a supporting role in the critically acclaimed horror movie "The Ruins," for which she was nominated for a Fright Meter Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress in the 2008. In the same year, Laura won over many hearts by playing the character Joy in the TV drama series "Mad Men." Although she only appeared in one episode, her performance is still well-remembered. Moving on, she appeared in the comedy-drama movie "Middle Men" in 2009, which also starred Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi, and Gabriel Macht. In the year following, she played Ellie O'Hara in the biopic "Kill the Irishman" about Danny Greene, which starred Ray Stevenson, Christopher Walken, and Vincent D'Onorfio. The teenage actress had a fairly good year, making appearances in "Where the Road Meets the Sun," a crime thriller, and "1 Out of 7," a drama starring Toby Hemingway and Vivica A. Fox.
The charming actress was gradually making her mark on the Hollywood stage, and in 2013 she starred in "Are You Here," a comedy-drama with Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, and Amy Poehler, as well as "Pulling Strings," a romantic comedy starring Jaime Camil and Omar Chaparro. Then, in 2015, she was selected for the role of Rebecca Brady, the star of the VH1 TV comedy-drama series "Hindsight," despite the fact that the show was terminated after only one season due to a change in VH1 management. Laura has since disappeared from the public eye because she hasn't been involved in any new projects.
Retirement and Current Projects
Prior to her retirement, Laura appeared in the 2013 comedies "Are You Here," "Pulling Strings," and "Hindsight," in which she played Becca for ten episodes.
Laura retired, went off the grid, and hasn't made an appearance in public since. Her attention has shifted to her family life.
Laura's height is 5 feet 3 inches, or 1.6 meters, and her weight is roughly 110 pounds or 50 kilograms. Her measurements are 34-25-35 inches.
She has blonde hair, which complements her blue eyes well. She also dresses in size 4 US and wears shoes that are size 8 US.
Laura and Greg, are not active on any social media handles as of now. She is very private when and doesn't disclose any information whatsoever.
Back in 2015, she quit using Twitter. Well, back in 2013, the couple frequently posted updates about their lives and their beautiful daughter on social media, and everything was fine.
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