Who is Ronald T. Cohen? Lynn Cohen’s Husband, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife (Death), Children and Net Worth

Ronald T. Cohen Bio, Wiki

Ronald T. Cohen is the husband of the late American actress Lynn Cohen who died on February 14, 2020. His wife was best known for her role as Magda in the HBO series Sex and the City.

She was also known for her role as Mags in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Cohen also played Judge Elizabeth Mizener several times on Law & Order and appeared in the movies Munich, Synecdoche, Vanya on 42nd Street, New York, and Eagle Eye.
For her role in I Remember Mama, Lynn was nominated for the 2014 Lucille Lortel Award for outstanding featured actress in a play and then won the 2009 Richard Seff Award for Chasing Manet.

Ronald T. Cohen Age

Cohen’s age is not known. His wife, Lynn Cohen, was born on August 10, 1933, in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. At the time of her death on February 14, 2020, she was 86 years old.

Ronald T. Cohen and his wife Lynn Cohen

Ronald T. Cohen and his wife Lynn Cohen

Ronald T. Cohen Wife

Ronald was married to American actress Lynn Cohen from 1964 till the time of her death on February 14, 2020. In an interview in 2015, Cohen said, “I’m married to a perfect man who’s also a great artist, writer, actor, and he wants me to work. He wants to get me out of the house! I’m a member of a very lucky club.”

She had previously been married to Gilbert L. Frazen from 1957 to 1960.

Ronald T. Cohen Net Worth

Cohen’s net worth is currently under review and will be updated as soon as the information is available. His wife had an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million at the time of her death.

Ronald T. Cohen Wife’s Death

Cohen’s wife, Lynn Cohen, died on February 14, 2020, at the age of 86. Lynn’s cause of her death has not yet been released. Series star Sarah Jessica Parker posted a tribute to her castmate on Instagram, fondly remembering her fellow actor.

“Beautiful Lynn Cohen,” Sarah Jessica Parker posted, accompanying a photo of Cohen. “Miranda’s dear and necessary Magda. Our dear SATC colleague. Talent, grace, inspiration,” she wrote, signing her post simply, “RIP X, SJP”