• Laura Louie is an American entrepreneur who married Woody Harrelson in 2008
• The couple have three daughters and enjoy travelling together
• Laura is a vegan and enjoys shopping, reading, yoga and exploring different cuisines
• Woody Harrelson is an actor and playwright best known for his role in the sitcom ‘Cheers’
• Woody has been arrested multiple times for various offences
Who is Woody Harrelson’s wife? Laura Louie Wiki Bio
Laura Louie was born in the USA in 1965, and so holds American nationality. Laura came under the spotlight after marrying Woody Harrelson, a popular actor and an activist.
Childhood and education
Laura was raised in the US by her Asian parents, and was very active during the years she spent in high school – after matriculation, she enrolled at an American university from which she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business management and environmental sciences in 1987.
Happy Anniversary Woody Harrelson and Laura Louie! The popular actor and his wife are celebrating 9 years of marriage today !
Laura is an entrepreneur, who has launched her own organic food delivery service together with a friend – the company’s name is Yoganics, which was born from Laura’s interest in yoga and organic food. She is also working alongside her husband for the Voice Yourself website which raises awareness of multiple problems which have reached planetary scale.
Love life and marriage with Woody Harrelson
Laura and Woody met in 1987 while they were shooting for the “Cheers” TV series together – at the time, Laura was serving as Woody’s assistant, a job she held for two years. They began dating shortly after meeting one another, but were together for over 20 years before marrying on 28 December 2008, in Woody’s house in Maui, Hawaii. Many celebrities attended such as Willie Nelson and Sean Penn.
Laura and Woody became parents to three daughters before they married. They welcomed their first daughter Deni Montana on 28 February 1993, their second Zoe Giordano on 22 September 1996, and on 3 June 2006, Laura gave birth to their third daughter Makani Ravello. The family of five enjoys traveling together, and in June 2018 could have been seen spending a holiday together in Italy, while in June 2019 they attended the French Open Tennis tournament in Paris.
Hobbies and interests
Laura is a big fan of the film industry – her favorite actors include Robert Downey, Jr. and Jennifer Aniston, and their movies “Avengers” and “Just Go With It”.
Travelling is her main hobby and she has been all around the world with her husband including several countries in Asia – her dream travel destination is Paris. She enjoys going shopping for clothes, and the colors she likes the most are blue, pink, and black Her other hobbies include reading, and spending quality time with her family. She is a practitioner of yoga and meditates daily. Laura likes to explore various cuisines, which is not always easy as she is a vegan.
Appearance and net worth
Laura is 54 years old. She has long black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 8ins (1.72m) tall, weighs around 137lbs (62kgs), andher vital statistics are 34-24-35. She wears shoes size seven. Her net worth is estimated over $4 million, and her husband Woody’s at over $65 million.
Who is Woody Harrelson, Laura’s husband?
Woodrow Tracy Harrelson was born in Midland, Texas USA, on 23 July 1961 – he is an actor and a playwright best known for portraying Woody Boyd in the “Cheers” TV sitcom which aired between 1985 and 1993.
Woody was raised by his parents Charles Voyde Harrelson – a convicted hitman – and Diane, who was a secretary; he has two brothers named Brett and Jordan. Woody’s father, was serving a life sentence from 1979 to 15 March 2007, when he died in the US Penitentiary, Administrative Maximum Facility, having been convicted of killing John H. Wood Jr., a Federal Judge.
Woody attended Lebanon High School in Ohio, before enrolling at Hanover College in Indiana, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater and English in 1983.
Woody became popular after playing Woody Boyd in the “Cheers” sitcom, which was one of his first roles – he was part of the main cast for eight seasons, and was nominated for five Emmys for his performance, winning only one in 1989. In 2001, he appeared in a single episode of the “Will & Grace” TV series.
His debut movie appearance was in “Wildcats” in 1986, and he then appeared in “White Men Can’t Jump” in 1992, and in “Money Train” in 1995. His breakthrough role was in 1997, playing the titular character in “The People vs. Larry Flynt” – the movie was a commercial success, and Woody was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his performance. The same year he appeared in “Welcome to Sarajevo”, and in 1999 played Sergeant Keck in “The Thin Red Line”, another war movie. In 2003, he acted alongside Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler in the “Anger Management” comedy movie.
In the next few years, Woody appeared in numerous movies, such as “After the Sunset”, “She Hate Me”, and “The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio” – in 2007, he played the lead role of Carson Wells in the “No Country for Old Men” crime thriller movie, which won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Cast. He starred alongside Will Smith in the “Seven Pounds” drama film in 2008, and in 2009 played Captain Tony Stone in “The Messenger” film, which is considered to be his best performance by the critics. He appeared in the “Friends with Benefits” film in 2010, and in 2012 played the lead role in the “Game Change” movie.
He portrayed a police chief Bill Willoughby in the “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” comedy crime movie in 2016, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, and in 2018 appeared in two hit movies, entitled “Solo: A Star Wars Story” and “Venom”.
Woody was married to Nancy Simon before marrying Laura – he and Nancy wanted to divorce a day after the wedding as the union was not serious, however, the divorce parlor wasn’t open that day, and they ended up staying together for ten months before splitting in 1986.
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He was arrested in 1982 for dancing in the middle of the street, and was also charged with resisting arrested after running away from the police. On 1 June 1996, he was arrested for planting hemp seeds, which he did to show that the state does not distinguish industrial hemp from marijuana – he informed the county sheriff he was going to plant the seed, had people and CNN filming him planting it, and was arrested the moment he put seeds in the ground. He paid $200 bail and was released free of charges after less than half an hour. He was arrested one more time in 2002, after an incident with a taxi – Woody allegedly paid the driver $844 not to press charges.