Carrie Coon

TV Actress

Carrie Coon was born in Copley, Summit County, Ohio, United States on January 24th, 1981 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 42, Carrie Coon biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Carrie Alexandra Coon, Carrie
Date of Birth
January 24, 1981
United States
Place of Birth
Copley, Summit County, Ohio, United States
42 years old
Zodiac Sign
Film Actor, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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Carrie Coon Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 42 years old, Carrie Coon has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Carrie Coon Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Copley High School, University of Mount Union, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Carrie Coon Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Tracy Letts
Dating / Affair
Tracy Letts (2013-Present)
John Coon, Paula
She has an older sister, an older brother, and 2 younger brothers.
Carrie Coon Career

Coon began her career in regional theater. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Coon was immediately recruited by the Madison Repertory Theatre and made her professional stage debut in a production of Our Town. After her debut with the Madison Repertory Theatre, Coon joined the American Players Theatre and stayed with them for four seasons. Coon moved to Chicago in 2008 and made her Chicago debut with a production of Brontë at Remy Bumppo Theatre Company. Coon commuted between Chicago and Wisconsin for several years, alternating between Chicago productions, productions in Milwaukee, and seasons with the American Players Theatre. During these years, Coon provided for herself by performing motion capture work for a video game company based in Wisconsin.

Coon's breakthrough came in 2010 when she was cast as Honey in the Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The role immediately resulted in further parts in Chicago productions, and she followed the production to performances in Washington, D.C. and New York City, making her Broadway debut. For her performance, she won a Theatre World Award and received a Tony Award nomination.

Coon made her screen debut in an episode of the short-lived NBC series The Playboy Club in 2011. She later guest-starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Ironside, and Intelligence.

Following her Tony Award nomination, in 2014 Coon was cast as one of the main characters in the HBO drama series The Leftovers, alongside Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, and Ann Dowd. That same year, she made her film debut in Gone Girl, based on the 2012 novel of same name and directed by David Fincher.

In early 2015, Coon starred in the lead role of the Off-Broadway production of Placebo at Playwrights Horizons. She also participated in readings for her husband Tracy Letts' 2015–2016 season play Mary Page Marlowe and was in talks to perform in the production in Chicago if her filming schedule with The Leftovers permits; in December 2015, it was announced that Coon would be one of six actresses portraying the title character in Mary Page Marlowe for the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago from March to May 2016. In April 2015, Coon left The Gersh Agency for United Talent Agency. In October and November 2015, Coon filmed the movie Strange Weather alongside actress Holly Hunter for director Katherine Dieckmann in Mississippi. In December 2015, she filmed the horror romance The Keeping Hours for director Karen Moncrieff and Blumhouse Productions.

Coon starred in the lead role of Gloria Burgle in the third season of the FX anthology series Fargo. She received a nomination for the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role and won the TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama for both Fargo and The Leftovers. In 2017, she played real life journalist Meg Greenfield in the Steven Spielberg-directed historical drama film The Post. In 2018, Coon co-starred in the Steve McQueen heist thriller film Widows.

Coon provided the voice and motion capture for Proxima Midnight, a member of the Black Order and a child of Thanos, in the Russo brothers-directed superhero film Avengers: Infinity War (2018).

On April 30, 2020, Coon joined the cast of the HBO drama series The Gilded Age as Bertha Russell, replacing Amanda Peet.

She received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Actress at the 9th Canadian Screen Awards in 2021, for her work in the film The Nest.


Keira Knightley plays 1960s reporter in first photos from upcoming Hulu crime drama Boston Strangler, January 4, 2023
Keira Knightley was shown portraying a reporter in the 1960s in new photos released on Tuesday for her upcoming crime drama Boston Strangler. The 37-year-old English actress in the upcoming Hulu film portrays Record-American newspaper reporter Loretta McLaughlin who was the first journalist to connect the Boston Strangler murders. Knightley was shown in period stills along with co-star Carrie Coon, 41, who plays her newsroom colleague and confidante Jean Cole.

"Bridgerton" Proves the Key to a Steamy Romance Is Chemistry — Not Just Sex, March 31, 2022

Yes, it's true: season two of "Bridgerton" has fewer sex scenes than the first season. However, when it comes to romance and chemistry, the heated gazes, sharp-edged banter, and pure yearning between Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma more than make up for it. Explicit sexy times or no, a satisfying, believable romance only works when the anticipation builds up just right. While "Bridgerton" first received attention for its unabashedly horny approach to romance, it really worked so well because it prioritised chemistry. We genuinely believed, while devouring season one, that Simon Basset and Daphne Bridgerton wanted to jump each other's bones. Now, with season two, we completely buy that Kate and Anthony share a magnetic attraction — that they can't pull away even when they know they should. The fact that season two only had two explicit sex scenes didn't make it any less sexy. In fact, Anthony and Kate's intense chemistry had some fans calling it an even sexier season — and the rest of Hollywood should take note of why.

Truly, there are few things as awkward as watching supposedly romantic scenes featuring people who seem to barely want to be in the same room. Since the rom-com genre's decline, screen stories often expect us to believe chemistry is there just because they tell us it is. In reality, however, those romances rarely live up to expectations. Take the much-hyped (but meh) "Marry Me," which missed the mark in the same way that so many Hollywood rom-coms have in the last decade: casting the biggest names possible and giving the all-important chemistry test a shrug. Or consider the emotional void that is most "romantic" subplots in big-brand franchises (hello and goodbye, Marvel's "first sex scene" in "Eternals"). Hot people breathing in each other's general direction or rolling around does not a romance make — no matter how artful the camera angles.

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