Emory Cohen Biography, Age, Family, Height, Bikeriders, Net Worth

Emory Cohen Biography

Emory Cohen (Emory Isaac Cohen) is an American actor born on 13th June 1990 in New York City, U.S. He is best known for his roles in Brooklyn and The Place Beyond the Pines. He plays the role of Homer in the Netflix series The OA.

Emory began acting at an early age, while attending the Elisabeth Irwin High School he was involved in several theatrical play production of the school. One of the plays he was involved in was The Threepenny Opera in which he played the role of Mr. Peachum.

He began his professional acting career in 2008 playing the role of Trevor in the movie ‘Afterschool’, the movie premiered in Cannes Film Festival the same year. In 2009 he featured in The Hungry Ghost as Matthew.

Emory made his television debut in the TV series Smash where he played the role of Leo Houston and appeared in all the fifteen episodes of the series.


He was born on 13 March 1990,in Manhattan,New York,United States. He is 33 years old as of 2023.


Cohen stands at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall

Net worth

Emory has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million as of 2023.

Emory Cohen Parents

He was born to Donna Cohen and Noel Cohen. His father Noel, worked as a teacher in a music class while his mother, Donna, was the Director of a nursery school in New York City.

Emory Cohen Girlfriend/ Married

Emory is not married, as of 2023, and there is no information about his dating life; past or current relationship as he has managed to keep it out of the public.

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Emory Education

Emory attended Elisabeth Irwin High School where he was involved in several theatrical play production of the school. After high school, he was given a full-time scholarship to study Arts at the University of Arts, Philadelphia, USA.

Emory Cohen The OA

Homer is a captive who Brit Marling’s Prairie forms a friendship with as they are both captives. Homer is in the mine prison because he had a near-death experience, having come back to life after a fatal injury from a championship football game.

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