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Ronnie Wood is a guitarist, bassist, songwriter, and artist from England. He has played with a variety of English bands, but is most recognized for his work with the ‘Faces’ and the ‘Rolling Stones.’ He began his career as a guitarist with ‘The Birds,’ a rhythm and blues band. Following that, he joined the ‘Jeff Beck Group’ as a bassist, and when the group disbanded, he joined a new band named ‘Faces,’ which went on to become popular in several European nations, including the United Kingdom. Wood began working on solo projects while ‘Faces’ was on the verge of disbanding. Later in 1975, he accepted the invitation of his long-time friend Keith Richards, one of the band’s most notable members, to join the ‘Rolling Stones.’ Wood is still a part of the band to this day. ‘Emotional Rescue,’ ‘Tattoo You,’ ‘Bridges To Babylon,’ and ‘A Bigger Bang’ are some of the band’s major albums since his accession. ‘I’ve Got My Own Album to Do,’ ‘Gimme Some Neck,’ and ‘I Feel Like Playing’ are just a few of his solo albums. He is also a talented painter who has had numerous art shows in the United States and other countries. He was inducted into the ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’ twice, first as a member of the ‘Rolling Stones’ in 1989, and then as a member of the ‘Faces’ band in 2012.

Early Years and Childhood

Graham is the son of Donna Grant, a fashion buyer, and Lawrence Graham, the current President of the National Confectioners Association, a candy industry lobbyist. Graham’s parents divorced when she was five years old, and she and her father relocated to Washington, D.C. to work as congressional staffers. She grew up near Washington, D.C. in Northern Virginia. Her first was horseback riding, but she quickly moved on to acting, honing her skills on the drill team at Langley High School.

After two years in Summer Stock at the Barn Theatre in Augusta, Michigan, she received her Actors Equity Card in 1988. Graham earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Columbia University’s Bernard College in the same year. She obtained a post-graduate degree in Acting Performance from Southern Methodist University in Dallas after relocating to Texas in 1992.

Career of Ronnie

Lauren returned to New York City to work as a waitress after completing her official studies. Her first paid work was as a ‘Striker,’ the mascot for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, which was held in the United States. She relocated to Hollywood, California in 1995, where she appeared in advertisements for Dimetapp and Lean Cuisine, as well as hosting free preview weekends on ‘The Movie Channel.’ Her early credits include a number of guest-starring and co-starring parts on prime-time television, including a few failed sitcoms like ‘Townies,’ ‘Lush Life,’ and ‘M.Y.O.B.,’ among others. NBC’s ‘3rd Rock from the Sun,’ ‘Caroline in the City,’ ‘Law & Order,’ and ‘NewsRadio’ all featured her as a regular guest star between 1996 and 1997.

She had her breakthrough in the American comedy-drama series ‘Gilmore Girls’ in 2000. She worked as a producer from the season 7 episode ‘Till whom it may concern’ to the season’s end. It was only through persuasion that she was cast in the eighth season of the show, according to TV Guide. ‘Bravo’s Celebrity Poker Showdown’ featured her in the second tournament. She won her preliminary match, but finished second in the championship game to another former NewsRadio personality, Maura Tiemey.

Her film roles include ‘Sweet November,’ ‘Bad Santa,’ ‘The Pacifier,’ ‘Because I Said So,’ ‘Evan Almighty,’ ‘Flash of Genius,’ and a number of major studio releases, such as ‘Sweet November,’ ‘Bad Santa,’ ‘Because I Said So,’ ‘Because I Said So,’ ‘Because I S She also appeared in a number of short films, notably the 15-minute ‘Gnome.’ She signed a seven-figure development agreement with NBC, one of the most lucrative TV talent deals of the year, but the deal was abruptly terminated owing to a writers strike. She’s also done voice-over for Kellogg’s Special K goods and American Express adverts for the Plum Card launch.

She made her Broadway Theatre debut as Miss Adelaide in the remounting of the play ‘Guys and Dolls,’ which began preview performances on February 5, 2009 and officially opened on March 1, 2009. After 113 performances and 28 previews, the production was shut down on June 14. On October 9, 2009, she took over as Sarah Braverman, a single mother, from Maura Tierney in the television series “Parenthood.” The following year, the show premiered on NBC, and a second season was added when it was reworked.

Graham was cast as a talk show host and self-help guru who can’t let go of her ex-boyfriend in ABC’s comedy pilot, ‘The Bridget Show,’ in January 2009. Despite this, the series order was not disclosed. She appeared as a judge on the first episode of Season 10 of the American reality television series ‘Project Runway’ in July 2012. Her hilarious and wonderful novel ‘Someday, Someday, Maybe,’ about a struggling actor in New York City, was published recently, and it marked her debut as a writer. On April 30, 2013, the film will be released.

Work on the Big Picture

She starred in the critically acclaimed ‘Gilmore Girls’ series, for which she received an Academy Award nomination. It was also nominated for an Emmy in 2004 and received one. She received critical acclaim for her role in the 2012 PRISM Award-winning American drama ‘Parenthood.’

Achievements and Awards

In 2005, she was nominated in multiple categories and won two Teen Choice Awards for her outstanding performance in the Gilmore Girls series, in the category of ‘Choice TV Parental Units.’ For the television series ‘Parenthood,’ she earned a Teen Choice Award in the same category in 2010.

Life in General

Lauren dated Tate Donovan in 2002, after meeting him at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts, when they were both performing in the play “Once in a Lifetime.” Their personalities were mismatched, she subsequently stated. She dated Matthew Perry, who portrayed Chandler Bing on the hit television show “Friends,” in 2003, but the relationship ended. In 2005, she dated American actor Marc Blucas for a short time. It didn’t appear to be a success. Since 2010, she has been married to Peter Krause, her ‘Parenthood’ co-star. Lauren enjoys Japanese culture and feels a strong bond with it. She had a Japanese nanny for two years when she was younger. As a child, she spoke Japanese for the first time. Her friends know she’ll always make “excellent butterscotch brownies.”

Estimated Net Worth

Ronnie Wood is a wealthy English rock musician with a fortune of $200 million. Ronnie Wood is a brilliant musician and artist who can play many instruments. He is most known for his role with the band The Rolling Stones. Wood is a recognized and accomplished visual artist whose work has been included in art shows all around the world, despite his reputation and financial success as a musician.