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  • Real name : Margaret Lawson
  • Place of birth : Louisville
  • Date of birth : 12/08/1980




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Maggie Lawson (1980)

Margaret Lawson

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Margaret "Maggie" Lawson is an American actress who is best known for her role as Juliet O'Hara in the TV show Psych. She has also starred in the sitcoms Inside Schwartz, It's All Relative, and Crumbs, as well as the television movie Nancy Drew.


 life and career
Lawson was born in Louisville, Kentucky, the daughter of Judy, a homemaker, and Mike Lawson, a hotel manager. She attended Assumption High School, an All-Girls Catholic school, and then studied theater at the University of Louisville. She is of Irish descent. In 2000, she starred in an ABC-TV movie featuring Justin Timberlake called Model Behavior. She has also made guest appearances on television series such as Smallville and Fear Itself. She was recently the star of a play called 'Greedy,' directed by James Roday, which played for a few weekends in Los Angeles. She now co-stars in the USA Network original series Psych as Junior Detective Juliet O'Hara. She has been in a relationship with Psych co-star James Roday since 2006.

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