• Lili Mirojnick is an actress with a net worth of $1 million as of early-2020
• She grew up in New York City, inspired by her mother's career in the entertainment industry, and attended The Buckley School and American Academy of Dramatic Arts
• Her first credited role was in the 2005 film "Domino", followed by "Cloverfield" in 2007 and "Friends with Benefits" in 2011
• She gained a regular role in the television series "Happy!" in 2017, and has since appeared in films such as "Waterlily Jaguar" and theatre productions such as "The Crucible" and "Dear Brutus"
• She is single and enjoys spending her free time going out with friends
Who is Lili Mirojnick?
Lili Mirojnick was born on 9 April 1984, in New York City, USA, and is an actress, best known for her roles in several films such as “Superfast!”, and “Friends with Benefits” in which she played the character, Laura. She was also a regular cast member of the television series “Happy!”, in which she played Detective Meredith McCarthy.
The Riches of Lili Mirojnick
As of early-2020, Lili Mirojnick’s net worth is estimated to be over $1 milion, earned through a successful career in acting in the profession since 2005. Apart from her work on television and film, she’s also active in the field of theatre.
Early Life and Education
Lili grew up in New York City, where her mother worked in the entertainment industry as a costume designer, and was also an actress who appeared in numerous films during the 1980s and ‘90s, with credits such as “Wall Street” and “Fatal Attraction”. Her mother’s career inspired her to pursue the profession as she grew up, growing closer to her mother after her parents’ divorce. They moved to California during her teens, and she attended The Buckley School, one of the oldest in the Los Angeles area.
After matriculating, she returned to New York to enroll at one of the most well-known acting schools in the US, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA). The performing arts conservatory teaches courses in acting and drama, focused on various platforms, working in theatre, television, and film. During their final year with the school, students have a chance to become a part of its theatre company, though other students opt to move to other schools to complete their bachelor’s degree.
In 2005, Mirojnick worked on her first film, “Domino”, though her role was uncredited.
It wasn’t until two years later that she gained a bit of attention with her work in “Cloverfield”, which was created by JJ Abrams. The film was shot in a found-footage style fashion, following the story of residents in New York who experience an attack from a gigantic monster and other smaller monsters. The film was successful at the box office and received positive reviews, leading to a film franchise. In the following years, she continued to work on small roles, and in independent film projects.
In 2011, she gained another notable role as she was cast in “Friends with Benefits”, which starred Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake, and follows the story of two characters who begin a sexual relationship, believing that it will not affect their lives as friends, but it all eventually leads to more serious feelings. The film was a commercial success, and was nominated for several awards. During the same year, she also worked on the independent film “The Levenger Tapes”, which had its premiere at the Temecula Valley International Film Festival.
Continued Acting Work
While working on films, Lili also started her career on television, mostly doing guest work in popular shows. Some of her notable projects during this period include “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Blue Bloods”, and “Hawaii Five-0”; she also had small guest roles in “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Public Morals”. In 2015 she gained another prominent role, in the film “Superfast!” in which she played Jordana Sorento. The film was created as a parody of the popular “The Fast and the Furious” series, with characters bearing similarities to that franchise.
However, the film received negative reviews though it managed to earn a bit at the box office.
Following a few more guest roles, she was cast in her only regular role thus far in “Happy!” The film is based on a comic book series of the same name, which was created by Grant Morrison. The show aired on Syfy and tells the story of a former police detective, who after a heart attack starts to see a unicorn that only he could see. The unicorn tells him of a person in danger, his estranged daughter. The show ran for two years and was eventually canceled by Syfy due to low ratings.
One of her latest film projects is “Waterlily Jaguar” in which she appeared as Scarlet, and is the directorial debut of Melora Walters. She worked alongside Mira Sorvino, James LeGros, and Stacey Oristano in the film about a novelist who seeks a change in his career, wanting to be acknowledged for more serious writing. However, this quest of his becomes an obsession that starts to affect many relationships in his life.
While working on “Happy!” she also had other projects such as guest appearances in “The Good Fight” and “Elementary”.
She is also active in theatre work, with one of her latest projects being a production of “The Crucible” in which she played Reverend Hale. The play originated in the 1950s, created by playwright Arthur Miller. It tells a fictionalized account of the 1600s Salem witch trials in Massachusetts, in which people accused many of being witches, leading to the death of 30 people. She also worked on a production of “Dear Brutus” which is inspired by the Shakespeare play “Julius Caesar”. The film originated in the West End, telling the story of people who encounter a strange forest which gives them unusual experiences.
Lili is single, and doesn’t talk a lot about her romantic relationships; there is no evidence on her public posts that she is dating anyone. She loves spending her free time going out with friends. She hasn’t been very active in the profession since “Happy!” was canceled and it is not known if she is taking a break from work. She is of Mediterranean and Eastern European descent, and has traveled to several countries. Her mother is still active in acting as well, and the two worked together in “Cloverfield”.