Emory Cohen Brooklyn, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Movie, Education, and Net Worth

Emory Cohen Bio | Wiki

Emory  Cohen ( Full name: Emory Isaac Cohen ) is an American actor. He launched his feature film work after his appearance in Afterschool as Trevor in 2008. Emory is best known for his roles in Derek Cianfrance’s film The Place Beyond the Pines as AJ Cross in 2012, as Tony Fiorello in John Crowley’s film Brooklyn 2015,  as well as Homer in the Netflix series The OA -in 2016.

Emory Cohen Age

He was born on March 13, 1990, in, Manhattan, New York City, United States of America. Emory is 32 years old.

Emory Cohen Height

He is a man of average stature. Emory stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7m).

Emory Cohen Family

He was born to his parents on March 13, 1990, in, Manhattan, New York City, United States of America. Emory grew up as the only child of Donna (née Ackerman) and Noel Cohen. Donna served as a director of a preschool while Noel was a music teacher. Emory is Jewish and a fourth-generation New Yorker. His ancestors emigrated from Russia.

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Emory Cohen Dating

The 32-year-old keeps a very low profile about his personal life and more especially his marital status. Despite being a public figure and active on social media, Emory has not updated his fans about his dating life. It is assumed that Emory is single.

Emory Cohen Wife | Married

Currently, Emory seemed to be much more focused on his career, developing and taking it even to a higher level. Information about his married life is currently not available.

Emory Cohen Education

He attended  Elisabeth Irwin High School and graduated in 2008. After high school, Emory luckily got a full scholarship to study acting at the University of Arts located in Philadelphia. There, he trained for two years prior to dropping out so that he could study acting in New York. Emory made his stage debut in a school production of The Threepenny Opera as Mr. Peachum at the Robert F. Wagner Jr. Secondary School for Arts and Technology. Emory worked under the direction of Alma Whitney and Oskar Sarasky.

Emory Cohen Brooklyn

He made his feature film debut opposite Ezra Miller in 2008. opposite Ezra Miller premiered at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival and got positive reviews from critics. Emory’s next role was in The Hungry Ghosts, a 2010 drama film. In 2012, he co-starred in The Place Beyond the Pines,  Derek Cianfrance’s crime drama film opposite Dane DeHaan, and Bradley Cooper. The film received generally positive reviews and was a box office success.

Emory had a recurring role later during the first season of Smash, playing Leo, the son of Debra Messing’s character. He starred in the independent film Four as Wendell Pierce’s lover.  In 2014, Emory appeared in the drama The Gambler where he played a tennis player. He also appeared in the independent film Beneath the Harvest Sky.

Emory Cohen Movies

-2008 Afterschool as Trevor, New York, I Love You as Prom Date.

-2009 The Hungry Ghosts as Matthew

-2009 Four as June

-2012 The Place Beyond the Pines as Avery “AJ” Cross Jr.

-2012 Nor’easter as Danny Strout

-2013 All Is Bright as Lou

-2014 The Gambler as Dexter

-2015 Brooklyn as Anthony “Tony” Fiorello

-2016 Detour as Johnny Ray

-2017 Hot Summer Nights as Dex

-2018 Lords of Chaos as Kristian “Varg” Vikernes

-2019 The Wolf Hour as Billy

-2020 Flashback as Sebastian

-2021 The Birthday Cake as Leo

Emory Cohen And Saoirse Ronan | 2015

In 2015, Emory portrayed Tony, the love interest of Eilis played by Saoirse Ronan in Brooklyn.  His “wonderful, warm and deeply touching performance” was praised by Rex Reed.  Additionally, Emory had a leading role in the 2015 independent film titled Stealing Cars, opposite William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman. He got positive reviews for his role as Billy Wyatt. In 2016,  Emory starred in the Netflix series The OA.

Emory Cohen Net Worth

He is an American actor who has starred in movies such as The Hungry Ghosts as Matthew and Afterschool as Trevor. Emory has a net worth of $978,472.

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