Three times EDA Award winner Greta Gerwig is an American actress, writer, director, and filmmaker who was nominated for the Oscars for writing and directing Lady Bird and Little Women, starring Emma Watson and Laura Dern.
She acted in movies like The House of Devil, The Dish & the Spoon, No String Attached, Damsels in Distress, and Jackie, to name a few.
The AFCA Award-winning actress has accumulated a small fortune worth of $4 million from acting, writing, and directing career.
Her salary is unknown but the average salary of an actress in Hollywood is $56,662 yearly while a film director earns about $92,220 per year.
Greta's first appearance was in a TV series title Young American Bodies. She appeared in films like Hannah Take the Stairs and Nights and Weekends after her debut.
Some of her most notable roles can be found in movies like The House of the Devil, Damsel in Distress, Greenberg alongside Rhys Ifans, To Rome with Love, No Strings Attached, starring Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman, and 20th Century Women with Elle Fanning, etc.
She is credited for directing films like Lady Bird, featuring Saoirse Ronan and Lucas Hedges, and Little Women which won her two Academy Awards nominations for Best Picture.
She was born as Greta Celeste Gerwig on 4th August 1983 in Sacramento, California in the United States. She is the daughter of Christine Gerwig and Gordon Gerwig and has an older brother and a sister.
She studied at the St. Francis High School and graduated with a degree in English from Barnard College. She performed at the Columbia University Varsity Show along with SNL star Kate McKinnon.
The 36-year-old actress is in a longterm relationship with filmmaker Noah Baumbach since 2011 and have a son named Harold.