Lauren Cosgrove and others in her profession are popular and soar when they get associated with even more famous people, I am talking about models here. This is why Lauren is such a famous person. Here, we shall discuss her net worth, career and husband.
For a chance to see who she is, we have put together this comprehensive article talking about her and her husband, her career as well as how much she earns in money for her modelling career over the years. Who is she? Find out about who she is in her biography below?
Lauren Cosgrove Biography
Former American model, actress, and socialite Lauren Cosgrove was born on October 24, 1990, in Missouri, a state in the United States.
For a person that grew up taking modelling as her career, it would be interesting to know what her childhood interests are but as we have it, she has not quite revealed much about herself, particularly her life growing up. It is not two clear who her parents are and we are not able to report whether she grew up with any siblings.
Many of these people have troubled pasts and it is not a fact that we know Lauren Cosgrove had a troubled past but most of these people fail to reveal it all because it was not pretty and going back to take about it would mean getting reminded of their troubles all over again.
This is a potential reason some people reveal very little about themselves.
Although nothing is known about Lauren Cosgrove early years, we can report that she completed her undergraduate studies at the University of North Dakota.
Career and Popularity
Her popularity is down to her husband, so who is Lauren Cosgrove husband? We shall discuss and learn more about Lauren Cosgrove husband, but we do know that, with regards to her career, she had been a model, actress, and socialite. Although not much detail is available about her career, these are the things that she is known for.
She became popular for these things but more so when she married her husband TJ Oshie.
TJ Oshie and Lauren Cosgrove have been married for more than ten years, and throughout that time, they have been blessed with two daughters, Lyla Grave Oshie born on March 17, 2014, and Leni Rose, born on June 16, 2016. The marriage to TJ Oshie made her even more popular.
So, what is Lauren Cosgrove net worth now? Let’s discuss Lauren Cosgrove net worth
By estimation, Lauren Cosgrove net worth is $1 million. Since Lauren Cosgrove is highly private, no information or knowledge about how she made her money is available to the general public. Who is Lauren Cosgrove husband? More on him in subsequent paragraphs.
Lauren Cosgrove Husband
TJ Oshie, an American professional ice hockey right winger playing for the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League, was born on December 23, 1986.
The St. Louis Blues selected him with the 24th overall choice in the first round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. He subsequently played for the Blues for the first seven years of his NHL career before being traded to the Capitals in 2015.
As a member of the Capitals in 2018, Oshie won the Stanley Cup.
Since the NHL adopted overtime shootouts for the 2005–06 season, Lauren Cosgrove husband TJ Oshie has earned a reputation as a shootout expert.
He ranks among the top players in terms of life goals and shooting percentage.
Lauren Cosgrove husband, TJ Oshie, who was brought up in Everett, north of Seattle, and was born in Mount Vernon, Washington, began playing hockey at the age of five in the Seattle Junior Hockey Association, where he spent ten years.
He and his mother Tina moved to Stanwood after his parents’ amicable divorce, where he spent his first year of high school.
TJ Oshie relocated to Warroad, Minnesota in 2002 and set up residence there with his father Tim and his father’s cousin.
He went to Warroad High School, where for three seasons he was the team’s standout player and helped the hockey team win two Minnesota State Class A championships in 2003 and 2005.
All three years, he was selected to the state’s All-Tournament Team.
He led all Minnesota high school players in scoring with 100 points (37 goals and 63 assists) in 31 games as a senior.
As a result, he was selected to the 2005 Associated Press and Pioneer Press All-State First Team and finished as a Minnesota Mr Hockey Finalist.
He left the Warriors after his senior year in 2004–05 and enrolled at the University of North Dakota, where he played for the Fighting Sioux.