Cobie Smulders Net Worth

Memoir of Cobie Smulders

Jacoba Francisca Maria Smulders, known with professional name Cobie Smulders is a Canada based actress and model. The actress is widely known for portraying Robin Scherbatsky in CBS’s sitcom How I Met Your Mother. Besides, she is also famous for playing the role of Maria Hill in superhero films made by Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Cobie Smulders was born on 3rd April, 1982 in Vancouver, British Columbia to Dutch-English parents. She began her career as a model, however, quitted it later. The actress had also studied acting during her high school. She later returned to Vancouver and joined University of Victoria, and also took acting classes.

Career Debut

In year 2002, Smulders made her screen debut as Zoe in an episode of Special Unit 2 titled “The Wish”. Besides, she appeared as Deborah in Jeremiah’s episode “Thieves’ Honor”. The following year, she made appearance as Sarah Webb in Tru Calling’s episode “Brother’s Keeper”. Further, the actress played the role of main character Juliet Droil in ABC’s TV series Veritas: The Quest. She did the role from 2003 to 2004 and earned a worthy salary that contributed in her net worth.

Cobie Smulders made her debut through Kevin Bray’s film Walking Tall. However, she had a minor role of ‘Eye Candy’ in the film. Besides, she also worked in film, Ill Fated the same year. Later in 2005, she starred as Ellen in film The Long Weekend. Further, she appeared as Jillian Rhade in Global’s television series Andromeda for 2 episodes and Leigh Ostin in Showtime’s The L World. The same year, she portrayed the main character Robin Scherbatsky in CBS’s sitcom How I Met Your Mother. She played the role from 2005 to 2014 and was paid with healthy salary that increased her net worth.

Eventually, Cobie appeared in short films like Escape (2006), Dr. Miracles (2006), and The Storm Awaits. All these short movies too contributed in her net worth. In 2009, the actress appeared as Tara in film The Slammin’ Salmon directed by Kevin Hefferman. The following year, she made guest appearance in a pilot episode of How to Make It in America.

Works from 2012-Present

Cobie Smulders, then in 2012, starred as Maria Hill in a superhero film, The Avengers. Further, she appeared as Clair in Stephen Gyllenhaal’s film Grassroots. These movies also contributed in her net worth. Then in 2013, she played Carly Jo Wheatly in film Safe Haven and Emma in Delivery Man. Besides, she portrayed Maria Hills in ABC’s action TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. All these works helped her to increase her net worth.

In the year 2014, Cobie provided her voice for Diana Prince / Wonder Woman in The Lego Movie. Besides, she portrayed Tiffany Amber Thigpen in They Came Together and reprise the role of Maria Hills in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Later in 2015, she starred as Samantha Abbot in Unexpected. Further, she played Kat and Maria Hills in films Results and Avengers: Age of Ultron respectively.

In 2016, Cobie worked in two films; The Intervention and Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. Likewise, she lent her voice for Anni in an episode of Animals titled “Flies.”. Last year, the actress appeared as Allison in film Literally, Right Before Aaron and Lisa McCalla in Killing Gunther. Besides, the actress is playing the role of Lisa Turner in Netflix’s TV series Friends from College. Moreover, she is soon coming with her new film Avengers: Infinity War.

Net Worth

The talented actress Cobie Smulders is the owner of net worth of $18.6 million U.S. dollars. The actress also owns luxurious cars, house, etc.

Must Know Facts about Cobie Smulders

Real Name: Jacoba Francisca Maria Smulders
Date of Birth: 3rd April, 1982
Profession: Actress and Model
Height: 5′ 8″
Husband: Taran Killam (m. 2013)
Children: 2
Facebook: 917K Fans in Facebook
Instagram: 550K Followers in Instagram
Twitter: 887K Followers in Twitter
Net Worth: $18.6 Million

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