Fans of Breaking Bad are no stranger to Aaron Paul. His groundbreaking role as Jessie Pinkman is widely regarded as one of the most iconic characters in TV history.
But did you know the 40-year-old is married? Yes, Aaron Paul plays husband to Lauren Parsekian. While Aaron Paul's ubiquitous fame may overshadow aspects of his personal life, it would be a travesty not to give Lauren her due as a remarkable woman in her own right.
"Behind every successful man is a supportive woman," as the saying goes. In this list, we take a look at seven lesser-known facts about Lauren Parsekian.
7. Significance Of Coachella In Lauren's Relationship With Husband Aaron Paul
The international music festival Coachella is held in reverence by many people as being a magical experience; Lauren shares that sentiment. The California-based music festival holds a special place in Lauren's heart.
In 2009, the 17-year-old Lauren first met Aaron Paul at Coachella. A year later, they reunited at Coachella and shared their first kiss on the iconic Ferris wheel.
A Hollywood romance, if there ever was one, the couple tied the knot in 2013, and have stayed together ever since. The arrival of their beautiful daughter gave the couple's already blissful marriage a new journey filled with lots of love. Lauren and Aaron welcomed their bundle of joy named Story Annabelle in February 2018.
6. She Is A Performer Like Her Spouse, Aaron Paul
It would be unfair to compare Lauren's career to that of Aaron Paul. To be fair, it would be hard to compare anyone's career to Aaron Paul, considering the overwhelming success he has enjoyed, courtesy of Breaking Bad.
But Lauren is no slouch when it comes to performing, either. The 33-year-old is an actor, director, and producer. Apart from a litany of TV show appearances, she directed and acted in her 2011 documentary titled Finding Kind.
5. Parsekian Comes From An Acting Family
Lauren Parsekian was born on December 8, 1986, in Orange County, California. She hails from an acting family: her father, Thomas Parsekian, is an actor known for Club Life, Hot Resort, and Fame. Her mother, Debra Kelly, has also acted in such movies as Hot Resort and Prizzi's Honor.
It is not hard to imagine where Lauren gets her acting chops and her eye for the dramatic from.
4. She Attempted Suicide While In 7th Grade
Lauren has been outspoken about her early struggles with depression and an eating disorder. Her depression was exacerbated by constant bullying throughout middle school.
Events culminated in her attempting suicide while she was in 7th grade. Thankfully, she pulled through, and things turned out for the better.
3. The Mother Of One Is A Philanthropist And A Mental Health Advocate
No one is perhaps more sympathetic to the plight of people with mental illnesses than Lauren, considering her struggles with depression.
An empath at heart, she is a fierce advocate of mental health and spearheaded the Kind movement with her friend Molly Thompson in 2009. The movement promotes kindness and advocates against bullying.
In 2011, she directed and starred in the documentary Finding Kind using her past experiences with bullying as the impetus to travel the country and get to the bottom of the girl-on-girl bullying.
2. Couple Goals!! She Has Admittedly Never Been In A Fight With Her Husband, Aaron Paul
It is hard to imagine a couple not having any dispute. It is especially astounding, considering how long Lauren and Aaron have been together.
Their commitment to each other and their desire to continue loving each other above all defy the myth of the 7-year-itch.
Aaron Paul admitted to as much in an interview.
"My wife and I do not argue. We communicate. We talk. But we’ve never fought in our entire relationship."
1. Lauren Is Worth $8 Million
According to reports, Lauren is worth $8 million. She has not enjoyed as widespread success as her significant other, but that does not discount the fact that she has enjoyed acclaim, courtesy of her documentary Finding Kind.
She is also an activist and a philanthropist, does not hold money in as high regard as the essential things in life.