Maggie lawson dating
Since 2006 Miz Lawson has been romantically entangled with her frat-ishly handsome and usually scruffy-chinned, Psych co-star James Roday.
August 12, 1980, in Louisville, KY) is an American actress best known for her role as Juliet O'Hara on Psych.A.’s leafy and star studded Oaks nabe in Los Feliz with an asking price of $2,200,000.* She may not be a tabloid staple or household name in the vein of, say, newly-married movie star Christina Ricci—who, as it turns out, re-listed her house in The Oaks this week with an asking price of $1,695,000—but Miz Lawson’s still got a reasonably long list of Tinseltown credits going back to the mid-1990s when, at just 17 years old, the native Kentuckian scored a recurring role on the sitcom Happily Ever After.She later popped up on Party of Five, Inside Schwartz and It’s All Relative before she landed her starring and to date seminal role on the detective-comedy Psych, currently in its 8th (and possibly final) season.Although Lawson is best known for her role in Psych, she has appeared on a myriad of other shows, including Unhappily Ever After, Justified, Smallville, Rules of Engagement, Back in the Game, Two and a Half Men, and Angel from Hell.Lawson dated her Psych co-star James Roday from 2006 until approximately late 2013/early 2014.Roday will topline the comedy as Joel, a dedicated middle-school guidance counselor who thinks his marriage to Lindsay -- a jet-setting executive -- is a happy one.
But when they disagree about whether the time is right to start a family, the begin the painful, funny, embarrassing and ultimately rewarding road of couples counseling.
Miller will pen the script and exec produce alongside John Hamburg, the latter of whom will direct the Warner Bros.
SELLER: Maggie Lawson (and James Roday)LOCATION: Los Angeles, CAPRICE: $2,200,000SIZE: 2,892 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Although they haven’t married, made a baby or split up—at least not that Your Mama knows—long-romantically involved boob-toob co-stars Maggie Lawson and James Roday have none-the-less put their contemporary, eco-conscious residence in L.
In 2011, she performed a short skit called "A Date with Diana" for Funny or Die.
His father, Jaime "Jim" Rodriguez, is of Mexican descent, and his mother, Irene Rodriguez, is of English, Irish, and Scottish ancestry.
Lawson attended Assumption High School, an all-girls Catholic School in Louisville.