• Maggie Lawson and James Roday were an off-and-on-screen couple and broke up in 201•
• James Roday was born in April 1976 and is 42 years old.
• Maggie Lawson was born in August 1980 and is 37 years old.
• James Roday has a net worth of $3 million, Maggie Lawson has a net worth of $2 million.
• James Roday has had 30 acting gigs and Maggie Lawson has had 50.

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Net Worth$3 million dollars
Date Of BirthApril 4, 1976
FactIn People's 100 Most Beautiful People issue (2007).
PaymentsEarned $60,000 /episode (2007) from Psych (2006)

What happened between Maggie Lawson and James Roday?

Maggie and James met when they were filming “Psych”, and continued dating in the following period. At first, their relationship seemed to be working out pretty well, however, the surprising news hit the media when it was announced that the off-and-on-screen couple broke up their engagement, and separated not long before their wedding date. However, they didn’t share the information behind their decision to call it off. After seven years of their relationship, they broke up in 2014. At the same time, their series finished and they weren’t required to spend on-screen time together either. When it comes to their lives after this, Maggie actually married Benjamin Koldyke, however, their marriage didn’t last long and they divorced two years later. When it comes to James’ love life, as of today, he doesn’t share information on that topic, and is still apparently single.

Who is James Roday? Wiki and Age

James Roday was born on 4 April 1976, which means that he is 42 years old and his zodiac sign is Aries. James, best known as a TV actor, was born in San Antonio, Texas USA, meaning that his nationality is American. He is widely known for working on multiple successful projects, such as “Psych”, “Gamer” and “Psych: The Movie”.

Who is Maggie Lawson? Wiki and Age

Margaret Cassidy Lawson was born on 12 August 1980 in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, which means that her zodiac sign is Leo and she is 37 years old as of mid-2018. Maggie naturally has dark brown hair color, but sometimes dyes it a lighter shade. The actress has blue eyes and her hair color suits the color of her eyes and he porcelain skin complexion well. She is best known for working on projects such as “Psych”, “Gamer” and “Cleaner”.
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Net Worth

So just how rich is James Roday, as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, this actor has net worth of $3 million, accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field. Being a renowned actor, he probably owns multiple luxury assets such as cars and houses. When it comes to Maggie’s net worth, she has accumulated $2 million, also from her career as an actress.

James Roday Career

Roday made his acting debut with the role of Chad in “Coming Soon” in 1999, and continuing to work at a steady pace, he landed the role of Edgar Ross in “First Years”, opposite actors such as Samantha Mathis, Ken Marino and Sydney Tamiia Poitier, which follows the story of five first-year law graduates who live together in San Francisco and try to maintain both their personal and professional lives. He then appeared in several other projects briefly, but most importantly, in 2003 he landed the role of Nick Paine in “Miss Match”, ultimately appearing in 18 episodes of the series, and followed by portraying Shawn Spencer, the main character in “Psych”, an acclaimed comedy crime television series which follows the story of a novice sleuth who, after convincing the police that he has psychic abilities, gets hired to work for them and solve crimes; he continued working on the series over the course of the next eight years. Some of his latest projects include “Untitled Hollywood Hills Project” and “The Buddy Games”. Overall, he has had 30 acting gigs over the course of almost two decades.

Maggie Lawson Career

Maggie made her acting debut with the role of Kim in “Hang Time” in 1996, then landed the role of Hope Harrison in “Family Rules”, ultimately appearing in six episodes of the series. In the same year, she had yet another major project, playing Alexa in “The Party of Five”, followed by several support roles in movies and on television, and most importantly, joined the cast of “Crumbs” in 2006, portraying Andrea Malone. In the same year, she began working on “Psych”, the same project as her ex-partner James Roday. Speaking about her latest projects, these include “Spivak” and “The Ranch”, in which she portrayed Jen. She has had 50 acting gigs so far.

General Info

Full NameJames Roday
Net Worth$3 million dollars
Date Of BirthApril 4, 1976
Height1.78 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Television producer, Actor, Television Director
EducationWilliam Howard Taft High School, New York University


ParentsJim Rodríguez, Irene Rodríguez
SiblingsLisette Rodriguez


NominationsALMA Award for Favorite TV Actor, Satellite Award for Best Actor - Television Series Musical or Comedy, ALMA Award for Year in TV Comedy - Actor, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
MoviesGravy, Pushing Dead, The Dukes of Hazzard, Beerfest, Repli-Kate, Rolling Kansas, Don't Come Knocking, Gamer, Skinwalkers, Christmas Eve, Showtime, Baby, Baby, Baby, Thank Heaven, Coming Soon
TV ShowsPsych, Miss Match, First Years, Ryan Caulfield: Year One

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Psych (2006)$60,000 /episode (2007)


1Look at every show on television; it's derivative of another show that came before it. It was only a matter of time. So all you 'Mentalist' fans, it's okay to like the show, but don't be in denial of where it came from. Friday nights, U.S.A., basic cable-style baby.
2My plan was to go to New York and do some theatre, and then I got the script for 'Psych.' I was like, 'Ahh - just as I thought I was out, you pulled me back in!' I had a great meeting with the show creator and we laid out the parameters to make the show work: what I would do, what he would let me do.
3When he came to television, there was no way I wasn't going to watch. Of course, he delivered everything that you would expect David Lynch to deliver, and more, and he was doing it in primetime network television. Even as a 14-year old, I wanted someone in the room with me that I could look over and say, 'Can you believe we're watching this?'
4I remember one night, my parents were out at a function of some kind and I had just gotten cable in my room. That was a big deal, and I saw 'Blue Velvet' on HBO. It blew my mind in a way that I don't think children's minds are supposed to be blown, but they probably shouldn't be watching 'Blue Velvet.'
5I was a strange, dark little dude. I fell in love with horror movies, at a very early age. Somehow, as a first grader, I was able to convince my parents to let me go see stuff like 'An American Werewolf in London' in theaters, so I was headed in that direction anyway.
6I would say I'm more fascinated by Big Daddy V than I am necessarily a huge fan of Big Daddy V. He simply threw on the double-strapped unitard... and now he's some sort of fearsome, fighting, wrecking machine.
7I would say I've actually done a lot more comedy than I've done drama. It's weird the way that worked out, because when I came out of theater school I took myself way too seriously, so it's kind of ironic that I ended up sort of going down the comedy path.
8Leonardo Dicaprio didn't change his name, Emilio Estevez didn't change his name. But every case is different. I only have one reference of what my career was and I was very, very blessed and very, very lucky, and it got started very quickly after college. And I only know that by going with Roday.
9Have I ever pretended to be something? I think back in college I think I might have told a girl that I was a professional tennis player once. And then, of course, she had never heard of me so I had to dig deeper. 'I'm just sort of on the playing satellites. You know, I'm kind of working my way up. I'm not ranked in the top 100 or anything.'
10I always say David Bowie, that's sort of like my stock answer to every question regarding who I'd like to have come on the show, who I'd like to sing our theme song, who I'd like to meet for coffee in a completely unrelated non-'Psych' atmosphere. He's just the God, he's the man and I think we could probably make really good use of him on our show.
11I came from Texas, I was studying theater at NYU, and I thought for sure that my lot in life would be to get the best bartending job I could find and do theater in New York. And that was a good life.
12I did nothing but theater until, I guess, '99. I was all the way through college the first time that I had stepped in front of a camera. And it's weird; it's definitely a transition.
13I get star-struck anytime I meet performers that I grew up watching and appreciating. I mean, it's still incredibly surreal to me that I was a kid in San Antonio watching movies and then now I'm working with some of the people that were in those movies. I don't think it'll ever stop being surreal on some level.
14They just think I'm a white dude. Every once in a while someone thinks I'm Jewish. I get a lot of stuff, but never Latino.
15'Twin Peaks' is my favorite show of all time.
16I usually just pick a genre of movie that I feel like saluting and then go off and come up with something that I can sort of pay homage to. That's the great thing about our show is we've sort of created a landscape for 'Psych' where we're kind of allowed to go off and give shout-outs to movies that we love, genres that we love.
17I'm a sports fanatic. It's hard for me to commit to the weekly, episodic nature of television, so for me, anytime that I can put a game on, that's what I do.
18And I have to say, for the record, my favorite line from 'Without A Clue' is after Michael Caine pokes a dead body with a stick and announces to everyone, 'It is my opinion that this man is dead.'
19Actors geek out over athletes. Everyone knows that.
20I think what we do is fairly unique on 'Psych,' and we just have to keep doing that because that's what got us where we are.
21I'd describe 'Psych' as 'Real Genius' meets 'Django Unchained.'
22Kids love watching adults act like children. It's that spirit they can relate to.
23My father is Jaime Rodriguez from San Antonio, Texas, and I've got one whole half of my family that's Mexican through and through.


1Starring off-Broadway as "Finn" in "Extinction," a play by Gabriel McKinley, directed by Wayne Kasserman. With Michael Weston also in the cast. [February 2010]
2Directed a play called "Greedy" for his theatre company, Red Dog Squadron, in Los Angeles, California. [January 2010]
3Decided to use the last name "Roday," since there was already someone named James Rodriguez in the Screen Actors Guild.
4Used to be in a band called Dogberry when he was younger.
5Friend of Dana Ashbrook, whom he directed in his 2004 play "Sustenance." Ashbrook starred in Roday's favorite show Twin Peaks (1990) and guest-starred in the Psych (2006) episode that Roday wrote as an homage to "Twin Peaks." According to Roday, Ashbrook was instrumental in helping some of the pieces fall in place for the episode.
6Co-artistic director of the theater company Red Dog Squadron, which he founded in 1999 with friend Brad Raider.
7BFA in Drama - New York University, Tisch School of the Arts (1997).
8His favorite gum is Juicy Fruit.
9Was in a seven-year relationship with Psych (2006) co-star Maggie Lawson.
10In People's 100 Most Beautiful People issue (2007).




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Good Session2015TV MovieJoel
Nerd Herd2015TV MovieKip
Christmas Eve2015B
Baby, Baby, Baby2015J.B.
Psych2006-2014TV SeriesShawn Spencer
Mr. Payback2013/IShortMalikai
Love Bites2011TV SeriesJeff
Gamer2009News Co-Host #1
Fear Itself2008TV SeriesCarlos the Groom
Beerfest2006German Messenger
Psych Webisodes2006TV Mini-SeriesShawn Spencer
The Dukes of Hazzard2005Billy Prickett
Don't Come Knocking20051st AD
Rolling Kansas2003Dick Murphy
Miss Match2003TV SeriesNick Paine
Showtime2002'Showtime' Cameraman
Providence2002TV SeriesAlexander Conrad
Thank Heaven2001Receptionist
First Years2001TV SeriesEdgar Ross
Believe2000/IIShortBruce Arm / Agent Johnny
Get Real2000TV SeriesTrent Sykes
Coming Soon1999Chad
Ryan Caulfield: Year One1999TV SeriesVic


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PsychTV Series producer - 67 episodes, 2009 - 2014 co-producer - 15 episodes, 2008 - 2009


Quest for Truth2015TV Movie completed
Rosewood2015-2017TV Series 4 episodes
Blood Drive2017TV Series 2 episodes
Rush Hour2016TV Series 1 episode
Battle Creek2015TV Series 1 episode
Psych2009-2014TV Series 8 episodes


Psych2007-2014TV Series written by - 16 episodes
Skinwalkers2006written by


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Comic Con 2012 Live2012TV MovieHimself
WWE Raw2010-2012TV SeriesHimself
WWE Tough Enough2011TV SeriesHimself
Access Hollywood Live2010TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show2010TV SeriesHimself
2009 Alma Awards2009TV SpecialHimself
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Entertainment Tonight2008TV SeriesHimself


Won Awards

2012Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Actor/TelevisionPsych (2006)

Nominated Awards

2012ALMA AwardALMA AwardsFavorite TV Actor - Leading RolePsych (2006)
2011ALMA AwardALMA AwardsFavorite TV Actor - Leading RolePsych (2006)
2011Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Actor - TelevisionPsych (2006)
2010Image AwardImage AwardsOutstanding Writing in a Comedy SeriesPsych (2006)
2009ALMA AwardALMA AwardsOutstanding Actor in a Comedy SeriesPsych (2006)
2009Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Actor/TelevisionPsych (2006)
2009OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a Comedy SeriesPsych (2006)
2008ALMA AwardALMA AwardsOutstanding Actor in a Drama Television SeriesPsych (2006)
2008OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a Comedy SeriesPsych (2006)
2006Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actor in a Series, Comedy or MusicalPsych (2006)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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