Mindy Cohn talks about wanting a partner to spend entire life. Wants opposite sex partner or same sex partner?
- After having a booming career, it’s really difficult to think about personal life.
- Some manage their personal and professional life as well whereas some are not able to.
However, most are bound to compromise one of them and if the celebrity keeps their personal life low-profile, then paparazzi start the rumors of them and they are called gay/lesbian. The same is the case of an American actress, Mindy Cohn.
Let’s dig deep into Mindy’s life to know in detail.
Searching for A Partner To Get Married?
Every girl has a pre-determined dream to get married to a well-deserving man, and yes, Mindy Cohn wants that as well.
In The Blog section of Huffington Post, Mindy talked about many things, and among those many things were her wishes to get married someday. Now there’s the big question. Is she a lesbian?
This might come as a heartbreak to all the gay/lesbians out there as Mindy Cohn is not a lesbian. In the blog, Mindy expressed her feeling of wanting a family of her own, a husband with whom she could have her kids.
The 55 years old actress stated,
“Sure I want a husband, kids — a family of my own. I always have.”
However, since she did not get married even till her late 40s and her colleagues were getting hitched one by one, she threw the cliché of being married to her career. We don’t know how it worked on the people around her, but it did work on us.
“But as my childhood friends were getting married and I wasn’t, I glamorized this situation a la Katherine Hepburn, as ‘I was married to my career.’”
However, even though she wasn’t having what her friends were, she was content with their happiness.
“Now, as I look at all my gorgeous, successful, famous friends who have all those things … I feel pretty good!”
That’s some good and pure soul right there. In that article, Mindy also addressed some of the facts related to her, like why she was single at the moment, never married, did not have any children, and was not into drugs or debts whatsoever, and much more.
Career, Net Worth
Mindy Cohn Early Career, Mindy was discovered by actress Charlotte Rae when Rae and producers of The Facts of Life visited “Westlake School” in Bel Air, California, while doing research for the show Cohn was cast as Natalie Green and portrayed the character for the series’ entire run (1979-88), as well as the reunion movie (2001).
Her work on The Facts of Life was honored when she was ranked 43rd on VH1’s list of 100 Greatest Kid Stars. She said 2013 with Charlotte Rae falling in love with Mindy’s character.
“Mr. Reynolds calls me into his office. It seemed that Charlotte Rae had fallen madly in love with me, in part because I reminded her of her best childhood friend Natalie-and I was irrepressible, charming, and hilarious. So she asked the producers to create a part for me in the show. Honestly, the whole thing seemed so fantastic I didn’t know what to think”.
After the show, she still remains friends with Rae. Just 2 months before her acting mentor’s 90th Birthday in 2016, when Mindy Cohn was unavailable to attend The Facts of Life reunion interview, she even bestowed Rae a video message passing her decades-long friend for teaching Cohn the craft of acting.
Now later career, Mindy Cohn has an acting career outside of The Facts of Life. In 1984, she a leading role as the daughter alongside Stockard Channing in RKO’s video production of “Table Settings”.
In 1986, Mindy appeared in The Boy Who Could Fly playing the part of Geneva. She also had guest appearances in other popular TV shows, including Charles in Charge (playing Buddy’s sister Bunny, a young alcoholic, in the 1988 episode “Bottle Baby”), and two guest appearances in the second season of the cop drama 21 Jump Street (playing Rosa in the 1987 episode “Christmas In Saigon” and the 1988 episode “Chapel of Love”).
In 2004 Cohn appeared in the WB comedy The Help. In 2010, Cohn played the role of Violet, the leading character in Casper Andreas’s movie Violet tendencies, and appeared on the Season 8 premiere of The TLC’s What Not to Wear on October 29, 2010.
She appeared in an episode of Hot in Cleveland on July 13, 2011, on The Secret Life of the American Teenager on March 26, 2012, and in The Middle on May 21, 2014.
Mindy Cohn said that one of the reasons she did The Facts of Life Reunion in 2001 was that the actors in the long-running series have been wrongly denied a cut of the syndication and DVD profits from the series, “We all never got paid and still don’t get paid for DVD and returns… we felt we were owed”. Cohn reprised her Velma Dinkley role in “Lego Dimensions”.
Achievements and Net worth
In 2003 Cohn was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for her work on the TV show What’s New, Scooby-Doo?, for which she provided the voice of Velma Dinkley. She reprised her role of Velma on Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated and in several Scooby-Doo movies.
Mindy Cohn also received positive notice from Variety for her role in the 2007 Daniel Water’s comedy film “Sex and Death 101”.
Mindy Cohn has a Net Worth of $2 million according to the sources.
Short Bio on Mindy Cohn
Mindy Cohn is an American actress, voice actress, comedian, and singer. She is known for her role as Natalie Green, the student of Edna Garrett (played by Charlotte Rae) in the long-running sitcom, The Facts of Life, and for being the voice of Velma Dinkley in the Scooby-Doo franchise from 2002 to 2015. She resides in Beverly Hills. More Bio…