The American actress and singer, Miriam Shor is known for her performance in the rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch. She is also popular for her performance in the Swingtown (2008) and GCB (2012).
Shor was born on July 25, 1971, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A under the zodiac sign of Aquarius. Her father, Francis Shor was a Jewish. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group. Her parents divorced when she was seven, and she moved back and forth between Turin, Italy.
Regarding her education, Shor attended the University of Michigan, where she received her B.F.A. in drama.
The gorgeous actress is happily married to actor Justin Hagan. The couple shared their wedding vows on June 29, 2009. However, there is no further information regarding their personal life and they prefer to keep their personal life private.
Well, the pair welcomed their baby daughter, Ruby Hagan in 2009. Similarly, they welcomed their second daughter, Iris Hagan in 2013. They are living a very blissful life together with their children.
The television actress has a net worth to be around $1 million. However, she officially has not revealed the exact numerals of her salary. She mainly earns her net worth from her professional career as an American actress.
A reliable source reported that the average earning of an actress in the United States is estimated to be approximately $50 thousand with actual pay ranging in between $19,000 and $205 thousand.
With such net worth, she is living a lavish lifestyle in Los Angeles, California, the United States. Some of her movies have made a good collection at the box office:
|$5.4 million||$2 million|
|Bedazzled (2000)||$90 million||$48 million|
|Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001)||$3.6 million||$6 million|
Miriam moved to New York City and started appearing onstage, notably in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Similarly, she starred in the short-lived ABC sitcom Then Came You, in 2000. In the same year, she accepted supporting roles in the Harold Ramis comedy remake Bedazzled.
During the 2001-2002, she starred in the NBC short-lived comedy series Inside Schwartz, opposite Breckin Meyer and Maggie Lawson. Later starred in a few independent films and guest-starred on episodes of My Name Is Earl and The West Wing.
In 2006, she made a cameo appearance in Shortbus, directed by her Hedwig and the Angry Inch co-star John Cameron Mitchell. In 2012, she appeared Broadway Bares with Kyle Dean Massey. TV Land announced that Younger had been renewed for a second season of 12 episodes, same as the first season, on April 21, 2015. Also, she played Madelaine True alongside Foster in The Wild Party.