Cobie Smulders Net Worth & Salary

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Wealth Statistics

How wealthy is Cobie Smulders? What is her salary? Find out below:

Cobie Smulders Wealth Statistics
Net Worth$18 Million
Salary$225 Thousand Per Episode
Date of BirthApril 3, 1982 (age 40 years)
GenderFemale
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
ProfessionActor, Model
NationalityCanada

Net Worth, Salary, Earnings, and Financial Data

Cobie Smulders net worth and salary: Cobie Smulders is a Canadian actress who has a net worth of $25 million. Cobie Smulders was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on April 3, 1982. Smulders, also known as Jacoba Francisca Maria Smulders, began her career as a model, and was at first hesitant about shifting her focus to acting. She began her professional acting career with a small role on the show, “Jeremiah”. From there, she went on to appear in supporting or recurring roles on multiple television shows, including, “Tru Calling”, “Veritas: The Quest”, “Smallville”, and “The L Word”. She became a household name when she was cast as Robin Scherbatsky on “How I Met Your Mother”. In addition to her television work, she has appeared in such films as, “The Long Weekend”, “The Slammin’ Salmon”, and most recently, “The Avengers”. She is next slated to appear in “Safe Haven”, “They Came Together”, and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”. On How I Met Your Mother, Cobie Smulders earned a salary per episode of $225,000.

Quotes by Cobie Smulders

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The problem is my movie career is hindering my hockey schedule.

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I'll have pasta two out of seven meals.

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The L-Word' was such a great show because of the amazing writing and characters, but maybe because it was such a new concept, people couldn't pick up on it, but I think it was down to the dynamic characters and how well done it was.

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The real women who decide to enlist to work their way up in the ranks to become a Major in the United States Army are some freakin' tough broads.

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I'm just looking for really good projects with varying characters - ones I haven't done before - so I can continue to grow as an actress.

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