Television and film actress Lennon Parham is best known for playing the role of Lennon White in NBC’s American sitcom television series titled, “Best Friends Forever”, in the year 2012, and also in USA Network’s American comedy television series titled, “Playing House” from the year 2014 to year 2017, in which she portrayed Maggie Caruso alongside her real-life best friend Jessica St. Clair.
Who is Lennon Parham?
Lennon Parham was born on October 26, 1976, in Marietta, Georgia, United States of America, and was reared in her hometown alongside her family, friends, and other relatives. She is an American citizen. She is officially known as Lennon Kathleen Parham. In 2022, she is currently 46 years old. Her astrological sign is Scorpio.
Lennon Parham Profession
She has had an interest in performing since childhood when she was still in high school. Her interest was piqued by viewing films and television programs. She opted at a young age to pursue a profession in the same field. As a child, she began pursuing her acting ambition alongside her high school studies.
Later, Lennon enrolled in acting schools to learn acting, and she began her acting career by appearing in a few television dramas and series. She began her acting career by performing unpaid jobs in television and film.
After teaching French, she began performing comedy with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Later, Lennon starred in two-person shows The Adventures of Lock & Kay and She Tried to be Normal.
In addition, after studying French for two years at T. L. Weston High School in Greenville, Mississippi, she joined the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre and appeared in both films and television shows.
Lennon Parham Movies and Films
In 2008, he portrayed the character of Woman at Gas Station in the American comedy film “Pretty Bird.” Paul Schneider directed and scripted the picture. She plays the character of Joyce in the 2009 film “Confessions of a Shopaholic.”
In 2009, she participated in the television series “Hysterical Psycho,” in which Lennon portrayed the role of a Deaf-Mute Sister. In 2009, she portrayed the character of Wyoming in the American romantic comedy film “Splinterheads.” Brant Sertsen wrote and directed the movie.
In 2014, she participated in the American crime comedy film “Horrible Bosses 2,” in which Lennon portrayed the role of Roz. Sean Anders directed the picture, and Anders and John Morris wrote the script. In the 2015 film “Textbook Adulthood,” she portrayed Tamra Banks-Woods.
In 2016, she performed the character of Vicki in the American comedy-drama film named “Other People.” Chris Kelly wrote and directed the picture in his debut as a feature-length director. Lennon portrayed Janice in the 2016 film “Sing!”
In the 2017 American comedy film named “The House,” she portrayed the part of Martha. Andrew J. Cohen directed and collaborated with Brendan O’Brien on the screenplay. Beth’s Employee in the 2019 drama film “Bombshell.” Jay Roach directed the picture, which was written by Charles Randolph.
Lennon Parham Short Films
She appeared in a variety of short films, including Transferants (2008), Strangers (2009), The Dangers of High-Fives (2010), Volcano Girl (2011), Midway (2014), All Exchanges Final (2016), Growth (2020), and Avalanche (2020), among others.
Lennon Parham TV Series and Mini-TV Series
In 2009, she portrayed Joyce on “Boldly Going Nowhere,” an American science fiction single-camera comedic television series. Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, and Adam Stein conceived the series. Later, Lennon portrayed the character in a number of television shows and miniseries, including UCB Comedy Originals (2007) and In Bed with Joan (2014).
The George Lucas Talk Show (2020), Playing House (2014-2017), Veep (2015-2019), UCB TourCo (2009), Hey, That’s Awesome (2010), Accidentally on Purpose (2009-2010), Big Lake (2010), The Back Room (2011), How I Met Your Mother (2011), Funny or Die Presents…(2011), Childrens Hospital (2011), Best Friends Forever (2012).
SUV (2012), Mad Men (2013), Arrested Development (2013), UCB Comedy Originals (2008-2013), The Birthday Boys (2014), Bad Judge (2014), Eastsiders (2015), New Girl (2016), Documentary Now! (2016), Billion Dollar Properties (2016), Lady Time (2016), Adventure Time (2016-2017), Drive Share (2017).
Animals (2016-2017), Playing House (2014-2017), Lady Dynamite (2016-2017), Ghosted (2017), The Fake News with Ted Nelms (2017), Speechless (2018), Teachers (2018), A Million Little Things (2018), Little Big Awesome (2018), I’m Sorry (2019), American Dad! (2019), Star vs. the Forces of Evil (2019), Curb Your Enthusiasm (2020), Schooled (2019-2020).
The list includes Bless This Mess (2019-2020), Robbie (2020), Close Enough (2020), Bon’s Burgers (2017-2020), Womp It Up! (2015-2021), M.O.D.O.K. (2021), Star Trek: Lower Decks (2021), Big City Greens (2022), The Great North (2020), Minx (2022), Better Things (2022), Blood Weed (2022), Tuca & Bertie (2021-2022), Little Demon (2022).
Lennon Parham’s Net Worth
Lennon Parham has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million. Outstanding performances, acting, being a successful actor, brand promotions, ads, being a notable Instagram star, and being a well-known social influencer are her primary sources of revenue.
Lennon’s income from the film industry is enormous. Her profession is dynamic, and it is possible that her salary will increase in the near future.