Laurel Coppock who married husband Bobby Mort is an American actress mostly known these days as Jan for her Toyota commercial. She has earned lots of fans and followers through her comedy role in various movies but has she been able to add a huge amount of money in her bank account?
Let's have a look at Laurel Coppock’s net worth, sources of income, earnings, and salary. Also, get to know more about her journey as Toyota representative and her current works. Check it out:
Laurel Coppock’s Net Worth
Staring career as an actress since 2008, Laurel’s hard work and determination had really paid off as she has been able to make herself a millionaire. A couple of gossip mongers claim that Laurel Coppock's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
However, we are unknown about how much salary she receives from her profession as she has not disclosed it anywhere.
As being an actress, she has starred in famous movies like Crazy, Stupid, Love alongside famous star Emma Stone and Steve Carell. The movie had great success and earned $142.8 million at the box office.
Laurel Coppock as A Toyota Representative
Well, if you all have seen the ads of Toyota, then you must have noticed Lauren Coppock in most of the ad videos. She is popularly known as “Jan the Toyota Lady” because of the ads.
In her first ad with Toyota, she answered a lot of calls from customers willing to get information about the Toyota’s Annual Clearance Event. And, as per her second ad, she is featured in the second commercial called the Science Project.
Laurel Coppock’s involvements
The actress, Laurel Coppock, is also a member of The Groundlings, a non-profit theater group which helps in the improvisation and sketches comedy in the theater.
Apart from that, the actress is also one of the creators of a YouTube show called The Break Womb. The show is featured as a web series showing a hilarious side of sketchy comedies performed by three mothers. The video show has a total of 17,856 subscribers, but it gets more than 30k views per episode.
All in all, it can be said that the professional life of Laurel Coppock is still in the progress of development.