Who is Courteney Cox? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Who is Courteney Cox?

An American actress, director, and producer with the name of Courteney Cox, formerly Courteney Bass Cox. Courteney Cox’s net worth is $150 million as of 2022. She is best known for playing Monica Geller in the NBC sitcom TV series “Friends” from 1994 to 2004. She was nominated for 7 Screen Actor Guild Awards for “Friends,” and she only took home one.

She is also well known for her roles as Gale Weathers in “Scream,” Lauren Miller in “Family Ties,” Lucy Spiller in “Dirt,” Jules Cobb in “Cougar Town,” and many others. She has also appeared in several films, including “Masters of the Universe,” “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,” “Barnyard,” “Bedtime Stories,” “Mothers and Daughters,” and many others.

Relationship Details, Courteney Cox is Married.

Richard Lewis Cox and Courteney Bass are Courteney Cox’s parents. Richard Lewis Cox, a businessman, is Courteney Cox’s father.

Courteney Bass, a homemaker, is Courteney Cox’s mother. Their parents separated in 1974, the same year Courteney Copeland wed Hunter Copeland, a well-known business manager, and music promoter.

She has three siblings as well. Her older sisters are Virginia McFerrin, a researcher, and Dottie Pickett, a blogger. Her older brother is Richard Jr., who is currently the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Cox Enterprises.

The marital status of Cox is separated. David Arquette, an American actor, professional wrestler, fashion designer, producer, and director, is the man she is married to. The pair wed on June 12, 1999, in the Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, and they share a daughter they call Coco. But in May 2013, the couple separated and obtained a divorce.

From 1984 to 1986, Cox dated music agent Ian Copeland, with whom she was in a relationship. Paul Brown, a costume designer, and she later dated one another from June 1987 to January 1989. She later dated Michael Keaton, who was best known for playing Batman from 1989 to 1995. There were rumors that she was seeing Kevin Costner.

In 1997, she had a brief romance with Adam Duritz. She dated her “Cougar Town” co-star Brian Van Holt from June 2013 to October 2013. After six months of dating, Cox and actor and musician Johnny McDaid were engaged in June 2014. They broke up about 18 months later, but they reconciled in the spring of 2016 and are currently happy together.

Father Name Richard Lewis Cox
Mother Name Courteney Bass
Brother Name Richard Jr.
Sister Name Virginia McFerrin
Dottie Pickett
Boyfriend David Arquette (Ex)
Ian Copeland (Ex)
Paul Brown (Ex)
Michael Keaton (Ex)
Kevin Costner (Ex)
Adam Duritz (Ex)
Brian Van Holt (Ex)
Johnny McDaid (Ex)
Marital Status Divorced
Husband Name David Arquette (Ex)
Children Coco Arquette (Daughter)

Quick facts about Courteney Cox

Name Courteney Cox
Full Name Courteney Bass Cox
Net Worth $150 Million
Date of Birth 15 June 1964
Age 58 Years Old
Birth Place Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Currently, Live In Malibu in California
Profession Actress, Director, and Producer
Debut TV Series: As the World Turns (1984)
Music Video: Dancing in the Dark (1984)
Film: Down Twisted (1987)
Years Active 1984 – Present
Famous Role Monica Geller in the TV Series Friends (1994 – 2004)
Nationality American
Religion Christian
Ethnicity English, Scottish, Welsh, Irish and German Descent
Hometown Birmingham, Alabama
Zodiac Sign Gemini
School/High School Mountain Brook High School, Alabama, United States
College/University Mount Vernon College, Washington D.C., United States
Education Qualification Architecture Course, Acting and Modeling

Courteney Cox: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

Courteney Cox was born on June 15, 1964, making her 58 years old as of 2022. She was raised in a stable Birmingham, Alabama, family in the United States. She has an English origin, is an American citizen, and belongs to the Christian religion.

Education, Schooling, University

She attended Mountain Brook High School until she graduated. She continued her schooling at Mount Vernon College in Washington, D.C., where she was enrolled in an architecture program, but she dropped out in the middle to focus on a career in acting and modeling.

Professional Career, (Actress)

In the American industry, Cox began her career as a model. She played Bunny in an episode of “As the World Turns” in 1984. She also had an appearance as a young woman in the Bruce Springsteen song “Dancing in the Dark” in a music video this year.

She played Flight Attendant/Amy in 2 episodes of the 1985 television series “Code Name: Foxfire.” She played Gloria Dinallo in 16 episodes of the television series “Misfits of Science” from 1985 to 1986.

She played Carol in an episode of “The Love Boat,” Lucy Apple in the television movie “Sylvan in Paradise,” and Carol Bannister in two episodes of “Murder, She Wrote” in 1986.

She played Tarah in the movie “Down Twisted” and Julie Winston in “Masters of the Universe” both in 1987. She played the roles of Hana Wysocki in “If It’s Tuesday It Still Must Be Belgium” and Nora Bundy in “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” in two television movies this year. For the television series “Family Ties,” she played Lauren Miller in 19 episodes from 1987 to 1989.

She played Sara in the 1988 movie “Cocoon: The Return.” She appeared as Jacquie Kimberley in the 1989 television movie “Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer” and as Marie-Frederique or Fredy de Lancel in two episodes of the series “Till We Meet Again.”

She played Jewel Jagger in the movie “Mr. Destiny” and Kathleen in “Shaking the Tree” both released in 1990. She also played Gwen in the television movie “Curiosity Kills” this year. She acted as Lisa Roberts in the 1991 film “Blue Desert.” She also played Princess Lucy in an episode of the show titled “Morton & Hayes” this year.

She played Carrie Davenport in the 1992 film “The Opposite Sex and How to Live With Them.” She played Katherine in the television movie “Battling for Baby” and Alisha in the “Dream On” episode of the show this year. She played Gabriella Easden, a recurrent character, in seven episodes of the 1993 television series “The Trouble with Larry.”

She portrayed Melissa Robinson in the 1994 movie “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.” She also played Meryl in an episode of the television show “Seinfeld” this year. She gained notoriety for playing Monica Geller in 236 episodes of the well-known television program “Friends” from 1994 to 2004.

She appeared in one episode of “The Larry Sanders Show” and one of “Saturday Night Live” as both a host and herself in 1995. She also appeared in the movie “Sketch Artist II: Hands That See” that same year. In addition, she played Monica Geller in the music videos “I’ll Be There For You” by The Rembrandts and “Good Intentions” by Toad the Wet Sprocket this year.

She played the role of Gale Weathers in the hugely popular 1996 film “Scream.” She also made an appearance as Counting Crows in the music video for “A Long December” this year. She appeared in the movies Commandments and Scream 2 in 1997 as Rachel Luce and Gale Weathers, respectively.

She played the character Karina in the 1999 film “The Runner.” She additionally provided the voice for Emerald Salt Pork in an episode of the television show “Happily Ever After Fairy Tales for Every Child” this year. She reprised her role as Gale Weathers in “Scream 3” in 2000. She also played herself in an episode of the TV program “WCW Monday Nitro” this year.

She played Cybil Waingrow in “3000 Miles to Graceland” and Lily Charles in “Get Well Soon” in 2001. In addition, she was the executive producer and actor of the movie “The Shrink is in.” She appeared as herself on an episode of the television program “MSDtv” in 2003. She portrayed Sophie Jacobs in the 2004 film “November.” She also served as the executive producer of four “Mix it Up” episodes this year.

She played Lena in the uncredited film “The Longest Yard” from the year 2005. She also contributed to the unsold pilot and served as Taylor Kennedy’s executive producer on “Rehab” this year. She also executive produces three TV movies this year, including “Dirt Squirrel,” “Talk Show Diaries,” and “The Midnight News.” She also served as executive producer on 8 episodes of the television show “Daisy Does America” from 2005 to 2007.

She provided the voice of Daisy the Cow in the 2006 movie Barnyard. She played Marsha Holloway in the movie Zoom that same year, and she also worked on and executive produced the movie The Tripper, in which she played a Dog Lover Hippie. In the television series “Dirt,” which ran from 2007 to 2008, she played the lead character Lucy Spiller and executive produced 20 of the episodes.

She played Wendy in the movie “Bedtime Stories” and Alice in the short film “Alien Love Triangle” both released in 2008. She also served as Cece in this year’s short film “The Monday Before Thanksgiving,” which she also directed and wrote. She also served as executive producer on the short film “The Butler’s in Love” this year.

She served as the series’ director, producer, and star as Jules Cobb in 102 episodes of the “Cougar Town” television show from 2009 to 2015. She also played Serena DuVall in three episodes of the Web series “Web Therapy” in 2009.

In 2011, she played Riley or Gale Weathers in the movie “Scream 4.” She once again played Serena DuVall in an episode of the web series “Web Therapy” this year. In addition to this, she played a woman in an uncredited episode of the sitcom “Private Practice” this year.

She acted as Celebrity in the 2012 short film “Got Rights?” She also served as Amanda in the TV movie “TalhotBlond,” which she produced, directed, and worked on this year. She played Talia in an episode of the show named “Go On” in 2013. She also served as executive producer of the TV movie Tripaholics this year.

She served as both the producer and director of the 2014 film “Just Before I Go.” She played Edith Wilson in 2 episodes of the “Drunk History” series from 2014 to 2016. She served as executive producer and the star of 14 episodes of the “Celebrity Name Game” series from 2014 to 2017.

She played herself in a 2015 episode of the show titled “Barely Famous.”

She played Beth in the movie “Mothers and Daughters” from the year 2016. She executive produced the unproduced pilot “Charity Chase” this year, in which she also starred as Hailey. She also played herself in an episode of the program named “Running Wild with Bear Grylls” that same year.

She appeared as herself on one episode of “Who Do You Think You Are?,” “Off Camera With Sam Jones,” and “The Gong Show” in 2017.

She played Jen Wagner in an episode of the show named “Shameless” in 2018. She served as the host and executive producer of the TV program “9 Months with Courtney Cox” from 2019 to 2020, appearing in 20 of its episodes.

She appeared as herself in the 2020 documentary ‘You Cannot Kill David Arquette’. She also appeared as herself in an episode of the television program Modern Family this year, as well as in the Celebrity Escape Room television special for Red Nose Day. She starred in and executive produced the television special “The One Where They Got Back Together” in 2021.

In the future, she will play Patricia or Pat Phelps in the pilot for “Shining Vale,” and she will play Brittany Wagner, the main character and executive producer of “Last Chance U.” She will play Riley or Gale Weathers in the upcoming film Scream.


Cox has won six awards out of the approximately 46 for which she has been nominated so far. For her work in “Friends,” she received the 1995 People’s Choice Award for Favorite Performer in a New TV Program, the 1996 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy Series, the 1997 Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series, the 200 Teen Choice Award for Favorite Movie – Chemistry (shared with David Arquette for their roles in “Scream 3”), and the 2000 TV Guide Award for Editor’s Choice for “Friends.”

She has also received nominations for the American Comedy Awards, Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Saturn Awards, American Comedy Awards, The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards, Golden Raspberry Awards, TV Land Awards, Golden Globe Awards, The Streamy Awards, Women’s Image Network Awards, Critics’ Choice Television Awards, and Daytime Emmy Awards.

Net Worth, Salary, Assets

Courteney Cox’s net worth is $150 million as of 2022. She is the second-richest cast member of “Friends” and gets the most of her money through television work, series roles, and shooting ventures.

Rumors and Controversy

Talking about his rumors and controversy, he has not been in any part of rumors as well as controversy to date.
Talking about her rumors and controversy, she has not been in any part of rumors as well as controversy to date.

What is the Height of Courteney Cox? Weight, Full Body Status

Cox is a lovely and good-looking actress that works in American movies and television. She is well known for her adorable appearance and outspoken character. She has a sweet appearance and great physical stats.

Her approximate figure measurements are 35-24-34 inches, and she has a gorgeous figure. Cox is approximately 5 feet and 5 inches tall and weighs 63 kg. Cox has incredibly lovely blue eyes in addition to long, lustrous, dark brown hair.

Height (approx) in centimeters: 167 cm
in meters: 1.67 m
in feet inches: 5’ 5”
Weight (approx) in kilograms: 63 kg
in pounds: 138 lbs
Eye Colour Blue
Hair Colour Dark Brown

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