Joey ‘Lauren’ Adams is a filmmaker and entertainer from the United States. She is best known for her role as Alyssa Jones in the 1997 film Chasing Amy.
Early Life of Joey Lauren Adams
Joey was born in North Little Rock, Arkansas, in the United States of America, on January 9, 1968. (USA). Her parents’ surnames are unknown. Her father ran a lumberyard, and her mother was a stay-at-home mom.
She was the youngest of two siblings that grew up with her. Her siblings’ names are also unknown. Joey Lauren Adams attended North Little Rock Northeast High School in North Little Rock, Arkansas. In 1986, she graduated from high school.
She then moved to Australia to study as an exchange student. She revealed shortly after that she planned to pursue an acting career after spending a year studying in Australia.
How much is the Net Worth of Joey Lauren Adam?
From 1977 to the present, Joey Lauren Adams has worked in the entertainment sector and has been able to make a respectable living. She has a $2 million net worth.
What is the relationship between Joey and Lauren Adam?
Although there is no information about her previous relationships, she is currently married to Brian Vilim. In 2014, the couple married. The couple has yet to have children.
The career of Joey Lauren Adam
Joey Lauren Adams made her film debut in Coneheads in 1993, playing Christina. So far, she’s been in a number of films. Dazed and Confused (1993) as Simone Kerr, Sleep with Me (1994) as Lauren, Mallrats (1995) as Gewn Turner, Drawing Flies (1996) as Hippy Chick, Chasing Amy (1997) as Alyssa Jones, Big Daddy (1999) as Layla Maloney, Harvard man (2001) as Chesney, Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001) as the voice of Squirrel, Beeper (2002) as Inspector Julia Hyde, The Mona Mullins, played by Joey Lauren Adams, originally appeared on television in 1991’s Top of the Heap.
Vinnie & Bobby (1992) as Mona Mullins, CBS Schoolbreak Special (1992) as Dianne, Love & War (1995) as Vicky, Double Rush (1995) as Dee Dee, Hercules (1999) as the voice of Electra, and What’s New Scooby-Doo? (2005) as the voice of Rachel, Grey’s Anatomy (2015) as Dr. Tracy McConnell, Still the King (2016-2017) as Debbie Lynn Cooke.