Courtney Healy Henggeler (NCIS) Wiki, Husband, Net Worth, Married, Baby

• Courtney Henggeler was born on 11 December 1978, in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, USA.
• She is an actress best known for the web television series "Cobra Kai" and roles in "Mom" and "The Big Bang Theory".
• Her net worth is estimated to be $500,000.
• She started her acting career in 2003 and has been active in the industry since then.
• Her personal life is kept private and she is active on social media.

Who is Courtney Henggeler?

Courtney Henggeler was born on 11 December 1978, in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, USA, and is an actress, best known for being the star of the web television series entitled “Cobra Kai”. She has also had notable roles in popular series such as “Mom” and “The Big Bang Theory”.

The Riches of Courtney Henggeler

How rich is Courtney Henggeler? As of early-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $500,000, earned through a successful career in acting. She’s also worked on films during her career, having been active in the industry since 2003. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings

Very little is known about Courtney’s early life, including her childhood and her family. There is also limited information about her education. Growing up in New Jersey, she was encouraged by her best friend to audition for a high school production of “Carousel” while she was in the ninth grade; she had to sing about clams while eating an apple as a part of her role.

Later on, she started to improve her skills by taking acting lesson in Los Angeles, California. She made her professional debut in a 2003 horror B-movie entitled “The Bog Creatures” in which she had the starring role of Susan Beth. Afterwards, she had a guest role in the medical drama series “House” in 2005, and around this time she had a string of independent film projects, including “The Legacy of Walter Frumm”, “Two Dollar Beer”, “Peas in a Pod”, and “True Love”. Her television work also continued in support or recurring roles.

Career Prominence

In 2008, her popularity increased when she was cast in the television series “The Big Bang Theory”, playing the role of the twin sister of one of the main characters, Sheldon Cooper. This led her to more notable guest roles in “Roommates”, “NCIS”, and “Criminal Minds”. In 2011, she had a three-episode role in the sitcom “Working Class”, before the show was cancelled due to low ratings. During the same year, she was cast in the film “Friends with Benefits”, which starred Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis.

In 2012, she gained a role of Samantha in the sports drama film entitled “Hitting the Cycle”, starring J. Richen Nash. The following year, she appeared in the comedy film entitled “Kristin’s Christmas Past”, which starred Shiri Appleby and Hannah Marks, and aired on Lifetime in the US. Around the same time, she gained the recurring role of Claudia in the series “Mom”, which she would air for the next two years, and which follows a dysfunctional mother and daughter duo, who were estranged for years as they were each struggling with addictions; they joined together in hopes of trying to help each other stay sober.

Courtney Henggeler

Later Projects

While working on “Mom”, Courtney continued to have support roles in other television projects, including “Faking It”, “The Mysteries of Laura, and “Mary + Jane”, and also appeared in “Bones”, “Stitchers”, and “Franklin & Bash”. In 2017, she appeared in the film “Feed”,  produced by Troian Bellisario, and following a high school senior who finds herself struggling after the death of her twin brother. She also had a role in the film “Nobody’s Fool” which is the first R-rated comedy from Tyler Perry, also his first film not to be distributed by Lionsgate, but which received generally negative reviews.

After appearing in an episode of “Jane the Virgin”, and “Fuller House”, Henggeler was cast in the web series “Cobra Kai”, playing Amanda LaRusso, the wife of the main protagonist of the show and the original “Karate Kid” – Daniel LaRusso. The series is based on “The Karate Kid” films, and has most cast members from the original films reprising their roles, with the action taking place more than 30 years after the original film, following the Cobra Kai karate dojo reopening, and Johnny Lawrence resuming his old rivalry with Daniel LaRusso.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, it is known that Courtney married Ross Kohn in 2015, but very little is known about her husband, their relationship and their subsequent marriage, though they have a son who was born two years after their marriage. The couple manages to keep their private life away from the spotlight, so there are no rumors that they are having trouble in their marriage.

Similar to numerous actresses, Courtney is highly active online through social media, having accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, which she mainly uses to post her daily thoughts and personal pictures; her husband and their child appear in several photos on her Instagram account. She also posts photos of herself with friends and of herself travelling around the country. She does a lot of promotion of her recent project “Cobra Kai”, which drew a lot of attention from the media, as she has appeared in numerous online and print publications since the show started airing. She shows no sign of slowing down any time soon, and even reprised her role in “The Big Bang Theory” for the wedding of Sheldon Cooper.

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