Who is Cosmo Pfiel?
Cosmo Colyer Pfiel is an actor and assistant director, butperhaps best recognized as the husband of American actress Betty Gilpin. His notable projects include “The Northern Kingdom”, “Providence”, and “Take Shelter”. He was born under the Zodiac sign Sagittarius on 9 December 1977, in Shoreham, Vermont USA, holds American nationality, and as of 2021 is 44 years old.
Early life and Family
It appears that Cosmo is a very secretive person who keeps his private affairs away from the public eye, hence nothing is known about his parents, early life, background and education.
He began his career as an actor in 2004, starring in the drama/war movie “Captain K”, alongside Arli Fliakos and Terry Serpico, followed by his role as the Lifeguard in the short film drama “Happy Now”. In 2007, he landed his first job as an assistant director, for the thriller drama movie “Shot Gun Series” and he also portrayed Norman in the film, sharing the screen with the critically acclaimed actor Michael Shannon.
Despite earning positive reviews and praise for the casts’ performance, it underperformed at the box office. During the same year, he had a minor role in the comedy film “Pose Down”. After his role in the short horror movie “Boo!”, he appeared in another short western film, “Grand George: No God But Me”.
In 2008, he portrayed Glen in the drama movie “The Northern Kingdom”, alongside Betty Gilpin, Heidi Armbruster, and Richard Bekins.
In 2011 he served as a second assistant director on the psychological thriller film “Take Shelter”, starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain.
The movie received critical acclaim and scooped several awards, including two Saturn Awards for Best Writing, and Best Actor for Michael. The following year, he appeared as Gerry Kuharski in an episode of the crime/drama series “The Good Wife”, and his latest acting role was in 2013, when he portrayed a minor character in the action/drama series “The Person Interest”.
In 2015 he served as an assistant producer on the short movie “Providence”.
While his dating history is a mystery, since 6 August 2016, he’s been married to the actress Betty Gilpin. Reportedly, they met in 2008 on the set of the movie “The Northern Kingdom”, in which they played siblings.
Would you like to know his net worth?
As of 2021, his estimated net worth is around $200,000, earned through his career as an actor and assistant director. On the other hand, his wife’s wealth is reputedly around $2 million, which she’s acquired through her career as an actress.
His weight and height are not available; currently, his hair is long and gray, usually in a man bun; his eyes are blue.
It seems that Cosmo doesn’t use any social platform such as Instagram, TikTok, or Facebook. His wife is also a secretive person and doesn’t like to share information on social media.
Briefly about Betty Gilpin
A New York City native, Betty began her acting career while she was still studying at Fordham University under the well-known actress Diane West. In 2008, she appeared in an episode of the police/procedural series “Law and Order: Criminal Intent”.
Building her profile in her chosen field, for the first few years of her career through to 2012, Betty landed several minor roles in movies such as “Death in Love”, “Ghost Town”, and “Beach Pillows” in 2008 and 2009, then mainly bounced between one-episode TV and movie roles – she guest-starred in a number of series such as “Medium”, “The Unusual”, and “New Amsterdam”. In 2013 she landed the recurring role as Carrie Roman in the medical/comedy series “Nurse Jackie”, appearing in 34 episodes through 2015.
Immediately after which, Betty played Roz in eight episodes of “The Walker”, followed by several more recurring roles in other TV series, including “Elementary” “Mercy Street”, and “Masters of Sex” all in 2016.
Betty is probably best known recently for playing Debbie Eagan in 30 episodes of the Netflix comedy/drama series “Glow” between 2017 and ’19, which landed her 11 nominations throughout its three-season run, including two for Primetime Emmy Award – Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
As her career took off, she starred in several popular and commercially successful movies too, such as “Isn’t It Romantic” in 2018, and “The Grudge” and “The Hunt” both in 2019. Her latest role was in the sci-fi/action movie “The War of Tomorrow” in early 2021, starring Christ Pratt and J.K. Simmons.
She is now set to appear in several projects, including in the leading role of Maureen Kane Dean in the political series “Gaslit”, and the anthology series “Roar”. Clearly Betty is still in constant demand, showcasing her talent to play a variety of characters is various genre, both on TV and the big screen.