Lake Bell Husband, Baby, Movies, Net Worth
An actress, screenwriter, and director, Lake Bell is an ever-present face in both movies and TV shows. Best known for her role in projects such as Boston Legal and How To Make It America, she made her acting debut through 2002 flick Speakeasy.
Her achievements in Hollywood boasts the potential to rival even the most significant catalog out there. Does her personal life command the same respect? Read along to find out!
Essential Details: Age & Height
Born in 1979 in New York City, Lake - age 40 - grew up comfortably. Her Jewish father Harvey Siegel was a real estate developer. Meanwhile, her mother Robin Bell owned her own design business.
A graduate of Saint Edwards School, the No Strings Attached actress earned her university degree from Rose Bruford College in London.
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At five feet and eight inches (1.73 m) height, she found it difficult to stand out. But, thanks to her acting skillsets, she left a mark starring in the theatre productions of plays such as The Seagull, The Children's Hour, and Six Degrees of Separation.
Behind Her Net Worth - TV Shows & Movies
A year after her film debut, Kate starred as lead Victoria Carlson in the TV series, Miss Match. Between 2005 and 2006, she portrayed the character Laura Daughtery in Surface.
Her landmark role, however, came in 2008 when she landed the central role Dr. Cat Black in Children's Hosptial. BoJack Horseman and Harley Quinn are other notable TV shows.
Kate's filmography is equally impressive, having starred in movies such as It's Complicated, Million Dollar Arm, and Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.
As a director/screenwriter, she has garnered numerous accolades including a Sundance Film Festival award for her short film Worst Enemy. No wonder, Kate boasts a reported net worth of $3 million.
Tattoo Artist Husband: Wedding Details
Contrary to popular belief, Kate's dating history lack big names. Her only known boyfriend till the date is Pride and Glory co-star Colin Farrell.
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Today, the Bless This Mess actress is a married woman with a loving husband Scott Campbell, a tattoo artist by trade. The duo ran into each other around 2010 at the set of the TV show, How To Make It In America.
Lake Bell attends Vanity Fair event with husband Scott Campbell circa Feb 2019 (Photo:- Lake Bell's Instagram)
After a long courtship, Kate and her husband Scott got engaged in March 2012. A year and some change later, in June of 2013, the lovebirds got married in The Marigny Opera House in New Orleans.
Baby In 2014 & 2017
The Under Still Waters star and her partner Scott welcomed their first bundle of joy - a baby daughter named Nova in October 2014. April that year, she showcased her baby bump while attending the Vanity Fair event.
Almost two and a half years after giving birth to Nova, in May 2017, Kate and her husband welcomed their second baby - a son name Ozzi. Again, it was at another Vanity Fair party that she broke the news of being pregnant.
Post Pregnancy Difficulties
Two years since her second child’s birth, Lake opened up about her pregnancy ordeals. While talking to her Bless This Mess costar Dax Shepard in his podcast Armchair Expert, she explained the traumatic experience of her son, Ozzgood’s birth.
It so happened that Lake opted for a home birth as she had done the same during her daughter’s time. But, things didn’t go as planned.
The actress’ son Ozzgood didn’t breathe as he had the cord wrapped around his neck. Although everyone tried to resuscitate, they couldn’t. Thus, paramedics came and took Lake’s son to the hospital.
The poor boy was kept in NICU for eleven long days. Doctors had even told that Ozzgood may develop cerebral palsy and could have difficulty walking and talking.
But, the TV actress' son pushed through and developed good health. However, Lake was ridden with guilt as she was the one who had decided on home birth, where all the hospital facilities weren’t available. To cope up with the situation, she went for therapy and medication to better herself.