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Greta Gerwig
Gerwig in 2024
Born
Greta Celeste Gerwig

(1983-08-04) August 4, 1983 (age 40)
Alma materBarnard College (BA)
Occupations
  • Actress
  • screenwriter
  • director
Years active2006–present
Spouse
(m. 2023)
Children2
AwardsFull list
Signature

Greta Celeste Gerwig (/ˈɡɜːrwɪɡ/ GUR-wig;[1] born August 4, 1983) is an American actress, writer, and director. Initially known for working on mumblecore films,[2][3] she has since expanded from acting in and co-writing independent films to directing major studio films. Gerwig was included in the annual Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world in 2018.[4]

Gerwig began her career working with Joe Swanberg on films such as Hannah Takes the Stairs (2007) and Nights and Weekends (2008).[5] She has collaborated with her husband Noah Baumbach on several films, including Greenberg (2010) and Frances Ha (2012), for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination, Mistress America (2015), and White Noise (2022). She also acted in such films as Whit Stillman's Damsels in Distress (2011), Woody Allen's To Rome with Love (2012), Rebecca Miller's Maggie's Plan (2015), Pablo Larraín's Jackie (2016), Mike Mills' 20th Century Women (2016), and Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs (2018).[6][7]

As a solo filmmaker, Gerwig has written and directed coming-of-age films Lady Bird (2017) and Little Women (2019), and the fantasy-comedy Barbie (2023), all of which earned nominations for the Academy Award for Best Picture. For Lady Bird, she received Academy Award nominations for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay,[8] and for Little Women, she was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay. Barbie, which she co-wrote with Baumbach, became the first film from a solo female director to gross over $1 billion worldwide, and earned her a second Academy Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay.[9]

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Early life and education

Gerwig was born in Sacramento, California, and grew up in the River Park neighborhood.[10] She is the daughter of Christine, an OB-GYN nurse, and Gordon Gerwig, who worked for a credit union on small business loans.[10][11] She is close to her parents and they make an appearance in Frances Ha as her character's parents.[11] She has an older brother, a landscape architect, and a sister, a manager at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.[12][13][14] Gerwig has German ancestry.[13]

Gerwig was raised a Unitarian Universalist.[15] She attended St. Francis High School, an all-girls Catholic school in Sacramento, and graduated in 2002.[11][16] She has described herself as having been "an intense child."[17][18] Gerwig showed an early interest in dance and later took up competitive fencing but had to quit, in part due to the high costs.[18][19] She had intended to complete a degree in musical theater in New York; however, she ended up graduating from Barnard College with a degree in English and philosophy.[18][20] Outside of class, she performed in the Columbia University Varsity Show with her dorm-mate Kate McKinnon, who starred in Gerwig's Barbie (2023).[21][22]

Career

2006–2009: Early work

Gerwig in 2008.

Gerwig originally intended to become a playwright, but she turned to acting when she was not admitted to playwriting MFA programs.[11] In 2006, while still studying at Barnard, she was cast in a minor role in Joe Swanberg's LOL, and appeared in Baghead by Jay and Mark Duplass. She began a partnership with Swanberg, which resulted in the duo's co-writing Hannah Takes the Stairs (2007), and sharing both writing and directing duties on Nights and Weekends (2008). Through these films, she became known as a key figure in the rising mumblecore film movement[2][3] and was often referred to as an "it girl".[5][23][24] Despite her consistent association with the movement, Gerwig dislikes the term "mumblecore", and has defended the style by saying, "People had gotten used to a version of a movie at a film festival that was like a calling-card for the real movie you were going to make later. What was different about these movies was these filmmakers were like, 'There is not another movie. This is the real movie.'"[25]

Although she had an association with a number of other mumblecore filmmakers and appeared in several films, mainstream success remained elusive. Of this period in her life, Gerwig has said, "I was really depressed. I was 25 [in 2008] and thinking, 'This is supposed to be the best time and I'm miserable' but it felt like acting was happening for me, and I went back to acting classes."[18] In order to support herself financially, she worked as a nanny and a tutor for the SAT.[26]

2010–2016: Independent films

Gerwig at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival

In 2010, Gerwig starred in Noah Baumbach's Greenberg with Ben Stiller, Rhys Ifans, and Jennifer Jason Leigh.[27][28] In an appraisal of her work in this and other films, The New York Times critic A. O. Scott described Gerwig as an "ambassador of a cinematic style that often seems opposed to the very idea of style." "She seems to be embarked on a project," Scott wrote, "however piecemeal and modestly scaled, of redefining just what it is we talk about when we talk about acting."[29] In 2010, Gerwig made her first talk show appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! From 2011 to 2015, she voiced Pony, one of the main characters in the Adult Swim animated series China, IL. In 2011, she was cast as a lead in an HBO pilot adaptation of The Corrections, which however was not picked up to series.[18] Also that year she starred in Whit Stillman's comedy Damsels in Distress (2011) which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. Critic Roger Ebert compared the film favorably to the novels of P.G. Wodehouse and praised Gerwig's performance, writing "He's also lucky to have found an actress in Gerwig who finds the perfect note for playing a woman who knows everything better than you do, but doesn't believe she's being stuck up about it; she's just being kind."[30] In 2012, Gerwig appeared in Woody Allen's film To Rome with Love in the vignette John's Story, acting alongside Jesse Eisenberg and Alec Baldwin.[31]

Gerwig at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

Gerwig and Baumbach co-wrote Baumbach's next film, Frances Ha, which was released in May 2013 after having toured the festival circuit since September 2012. Gerwig played the title role, and received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for her performance.[32] Richard Brody of The New Yorker wrote "Gerwig may be famed for acting like a nonactor, but she's an extraordinarily accomplished actor (as she proved in Damsels in Distress), and here she puts the movie on her back and carries it from beginning to end, combining the spontaneous inspiration and personal presence of her earlier films".[33] Her third collaboration with Baumbach, Mistress America, was released in August 2015 to generally positive reviews.[34][35]

In May 2014, Gerwig made her stage debut as Becky in Penelope Skinner's The Village Bike at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York. The production earned mixed reviews but her performance was praised by many including Ben Brantley of The New York Times who wrote, "Ms. Gerwig uses the off-balance, open-faced presence she brought to films like Frances Ha and Greenberg to hook us from the moment we set eyes on her." He added, "Gerwig turns out to be the perfect person to ride right over the edge of a cliff with".[36] The show ran until the end of June.[37] She was nominated for the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Actress for her performance.[38] She was cast in the lead role in a spin-off of How I Met Your Mother titled How I Met Your Dad in 2014,[39] but it was not picked up to series.[40]

Gerwig's next starring role was in Rebecca Miller's Maggie's Plan, which premiered as an official selection of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival,[41] opening to positive reviews.[42][43][44] The film was also screened at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. Peter Bradshaw compared Gerwig's performance to that of Annie Hall and described the movie as being, "a witty [and] sharp comedy".[45] That same year, Gerwig played supporting roles as White House Social Secretary Nancy Tuckerman in Pablo Larraín's drama film Jackie,[46] and Abigail Porter in Mike Mills' coming-of-age comedy 20th Century Women,[47] earning acclaim for both performances, particularly her work in the latter, for which she earned a nomination for the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress.[6] Also in 2016, she guest-starred in two episodes of the comedy series The Mindy Project.[48]

2017–2019: Directorial focus

Gerwig at the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival

In 2017, Gerwig made her solo directorial debut (after having co-directed Nights and Weekends) with the coming-of-age comedy-drama film Lady Bird, which she also wrote.[49] It starred Saoirse Ronan in the title role.[50] Lady Bird premiered at the Telluride Film Festival and was theatrically released in November 2017. The film grossed over $78 million against its $10 million budget worldwide. Lady Bird received critical acclaim, with reviewers particularly lauding Gerwig's screenplay and direction.[51][52] The film was chosen by the National Board of Review, the American Film Institute, and Time magazine as one of the top ten films of 2017.[53][54][55] According to the review-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, it was given 196 positive reviews in a row, making it the record-holder for the most "fresh" reviews,[56] until the first "rotten" one arrived in December 2017.[57] As of 2019, it had a 99% rating on the aforementioned website.[58]

At the 75th Golden Globe Awards, Lady Bird won Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and Best Actress – Musical or Comedy for Saoirse Ronan, and also received nominations for Best Supporting Actress for Laurie Metcalf and Best Screenplay for Gerwig. At the 90th Academy Awards, it was nominated for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for Gerwig, Best Actress for Ronan, and Best Supporting Actress for Metcalf. With the nominations announced, Gerwig became the fifth woman in Oscar history to be nominated for Best Director.[8] When she found out about the nominations, Gerwig said she was "in various states of laughing and crying and yelling with joy."[59]

In 2018, following the success of Lady Bird, Gerwig was part of the voice cast of Wes Anderson's stop-motion animated film Isle of Dogs, which premiered at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival to critical acclaim, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.[60] In June 2018, it was announced that Gerwig would direct a new film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's novel Little Women, whose script she had been previously hired to write. With an ensemble cast led by Ronan,[61][62][63] Little Women was released in December 2019 to widespread critical acclaim.[64] At the 92nd Academy Awards, it received six nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actress for Ronan, Best Supporting Actress for Pugh, Best Adapted Screenplay for Gerwig,[65] Best Original Score, and a win for Best Costume Design. The film was frequently mentioned as part of an Oscars controversy after no woman (including Gerwig) was nominated for Best Director, a snub that was publicly noted by Hillary Clinton and Saturday Night Live, amongst others.[66] Gerwig's name was one of those featured on the outfit that actress Natalie Portman wore to the ceremony, which featured the surnames of snubbed female directors from that year's ceremony.[67]

2020–present: Barbie and new projects

Gerwig at a reception for Barbie in 2023

Gerwig co-starred with Adam Driver in Baumbach's 2022 film White Noise, adapted from the novel of the same name by Don DeLillo for Netflix. The movie opened both the 79th Venice International Film Festival and the 60th New York Film Festival and was made available on the streaming platform in late 2022.[68] Gerwig also directed and co-wrote with Baumbach the fantasy comedy Barbie for Warner Bros. Pictures, based on the Barbie fashion dolls by Mattel. It finished filming in 2022 and opened theatrically on July 21, 2023. The movie features Margot Robbie in the title role alongside Ryan Gosling (as the doll Ken).[69][70][71] The film crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide, making Gerwig the first woman with sole director credit to have a movie make more than $1 billion.[72] It received critical acclaim and other accolades, including eight Academy Award nominations, among them Gerwig for Best Adapted Screenplay.

In November 2021, it was reported that Gerwig had done work on the screenplay for Disney's upcoming live-action film Snow White.[73] The New Yorker reported in July 2023 that she had been hired by Netflix to write and direct two film adaptations of C. S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia book series. Gerwig's talent agent, Jeremy Barber, said that she was "looking to move beyond the small-scale dramas she was known for," and that her ambition was to be a "big studio director."[74]

Directorial style

Gerwig's films tend to be based on her own experiences. In a behind-the-scenes video on the set of Lady Bird she said, "I tend to start with things from my own life, then pretty quickly they spin out into their own orbit."[75] Gerwig presses her actors to incorporate their personalities into their performances as well, and says of her writing and directing, "it's all about actors."[75] By contrast, she allows little line improvisation and the script is followed fairly closely.[11]

In an interview with Maclean's, Gerwig cited Woody Allen as a major influence in her work stating, "His influence is hard to measure because it runs so deep".[76][77] Her other influences include Howard Hawks, Ernst Lubitsch, Carole Lombard, Joan Didion, Patti Smith, Chantal Akerman, Claire Denis, Mia Hansen-Løve, John Huston, Mike Leigh and Agnès Varda.[78][79][80][81]

Personal life

Gerwig lives in Manhattan with filmmaker Noah Baumbach, her partner since late 2011.[82][83] They have two sons together, born in March 2019 and February 2023.[84][85] Twelve years into their relationship, Gerwig and Baumbach got married at New York City Hall in December 2023.[86]

Gerwig has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.[87]

Acting credits

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2006 LOL Greta
2007 Hannah Takes the Stairs Hannah
2008 Baghead Michelle
Yeast Gen
Nights and Weekends Mattie
Quick Feet, Soft Hands Lisa Short film
I Thought You Finally Completely Lost It Greta
2009 You Wont Miss Me Bridget
The House of the Devil Megan
2010 Greenberg Florence Marr
Art House Nora Ohr
Northern Comfort Cassandra
The Dish & the Spoon Rose
2011 No Strings Attached Patrice
Damsels in Distress Violet Wister
Arthur Naomi Quinn
2012 Lola Versus Lola
To Rome with Love Sally
Frances Ha Frances Halladay
2014 Eden Julia
The Humbling Pegeen Mike Stapleford
2015 Mistress America Brooke Cardinas
Maggie's Plan Maggie Hardin
2016 Wiener-Dog Dawn Wiener
Jackie Nancy Tuckerman
20th Century Women Abigail Porter
2017 The Meyerowitz Stories Victoria Voice; Uncredited
2018 Isle of Dogs Tracy Walker Voice
2022 White Noise Babette Gladney
2025 Untitled Noah Baumbach film Filming[88]

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2009 A NY Thing Tamera Television film
2011–2015 China, IL Pony Merks Main cast, voice
2012 The Corrections Julia Vrais Unsold, unfinished pilot
2014 How I Met Your Dad Sally Lead character, unsold pilot
2015 Portlandia Mermaid Episode: "Doug Becomes a Feminist"
2016 The Mindy Project Sarah Branum 2 episodes
2017 Saturday Night Live Ms. Reynolds Uncredited; episode: "Saoirse Ronan/U2"
2021 The Ghost and Molly McGee Herself (voice) Episode: "Hooray for Mollywood!"

Music videos

Year Song Artist Notes Refs.
2023 "Dance the Night" Dua Lipa Cameo [89]

Theatre

Year Title Role Venue Refs.
2014 The Village Bike Becky MCC Theater, Off-Broadway [90]

Filmmaking credits

Year Title Director Writer Producer Notes
2007 Hannah Takes the Stairs No Yes No
2008 Nights and Weekends Yes Yes Yes Co-directed with Joe Swanberg
2010 Northern Comfort No Yes No
2012 Frances Ha No Yes No
2015 Mistress America No Yes Yes
2017 Lady Bird Yes Yes No
2019 Little Women Yes Yes No
2023 Barbie Yes Yes Executive
2025 Snow White No Yes No Post-production
Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released

Awards and nominations

In 2011, Gerwig won an award from the Athena Film Festival for her artistry as one of Hollywood's definitive screen actresses of her generation.[91] In 2014, she was selected as a member of the jury for the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.[92] In 2018, her nomination for Best Director at the 90th Academy Awards for Lady Bird made her the first woman in eight years (and one of only five women in Oscar history) to have been nominated in that category.[8][93] Gerwig's work on Lady Bird was nominated for sixteen awards in notable circuits, winning six of those awards.[54][94][95]

See also

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