Do you know Who is Laura Haddock’s?

Laura Jane Haddock was born on August 21, 1985, in Enfield, London, England, and is most known for her role as Meredith Quill in the films “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” She also portrayed Viviane Wembly in “Transformers: The Last Knight.”

Laura Haddock’s: Early Life and Family

Laura was born in Enfield, but her family eventually relocated to Harpenden, Hertfordshire, where she grew up and attended St. George’s School. She moved to London at the age of 17 to train in drama since she was determined to pursue a career in acting.

Education Details

she attended the Arts Educational School in Chiswick, west London.

Laura Haddock’s Dating Life (Relationship)

In terms of her personal life, Haddock began dating actor Sam Claflin in 2011, and they married two years later. He is most recognized for his portrayal of Finnick Odair in the “Hunger Games” film trilogy, and he also played Philip Swift in “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.” The couple is the parents of two children. According to stories, the two met at an audition and both afterward stated that it was love at first sight.

In an interview, she stated that she discovered her love for acting after watching “Pollyanna” and declaring right then and there that she wanted to be an actress. She was also interested in being a police officer until her father told her that she should be an actress so she could play a cop. Laura Haddock’s attributes her success to her parents’ encouragement. She, like many other actors, is very active online, with accounts on social networking websites such as Instagram and Twitter.

Laura Haddock’s Net worth, Earnings

Laura Haddock’s net worth? According to sources, she has a net worth of more than $5 million, which she has amassed through a successful acting career. She has also appeared in various theater performances and countless television programs. It is projected that her wealth would increase as she advances in her job.

Professional Career

In 2008, she made her television debut in the pilot for the Comedy Showcase film “Plus One.” Soon after, she began landing more television parts, including roles in “The Palace,” “My Family,” “The Color of Magic,” and “A Pocket Full of Rye.” She landed one of her first lead parts in the drama series “Honest,” as Kacie Carter; the show is a replica of the New Zealand serial “Outrageous Fortune,” and follows a criminal family as they strive to change their ways when the father is sentenced to prison.

A Road to Success

Before working on various advertising, Haddock worked on the pilot episode of “Life of Wild,” the American version of the show “Wild at Heart.” She then got another main role in the comedy show “Monday Monday,” which is set in the head office of a supermarket that has gone bankrupt, forcing it to move its employees.

The show was doing well until it was canceled due to the economic downturn’s issues. She then took over for the lead, Sinead Moynihan, in the second and third seasons of “How Not to Live Your Life,” a sitcom about a pessimistic man trying to go through life but failing owing to his terrible instincts. The show developed a cult following before being canceled when Danny Cohen departed BBC Three.

In 2011, she portrayed a kidnapped daughter of an illegal arms dealer in two episodes of the television drama “Strike Back: Project Dawn,” and her popularity skyrocketed when she portrayed Lucrezia Donati in the series “Da Vinci’s Demons” – her character was Leonardo da Vinci’s lover and the mistress of Lorenzo de Medici, and the drama is a fictional account of da Vinci’s early life, as he is implicated

Breakthrough in the Mainstream

Laura rose to prominence in 2014 after being cast as Meredith Quill in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) film “Guardians of the Galaxy,” as the mother of the lead character Peter Quill, played by Chris Pratt in the film, which is based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name and directed by James Gunn.

Pratt co-stars with Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, and Zoe Saldana. A fleeing crew of alien criminals on the run after stealing a magical item forms an uneasy partnership in the film. The film was a huge success, becoming the third highest-grossing film of 2014 and receiving widespread acclaim.