Academy Award-nominated director, writer, playwright, and actor
GRETA GERWIG (Written for the Screen and Directed by) continues to make
a mark on the entertainment industry as a powerful storyteller.
In Spring 2020, Gerwig will appear on stage opposite Oscar Isaac in Sam
Gold's Off-Broadway production of Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters" at The New
York Theatre Workshop. This will mark her second collaboration with Gold
following "The Village Bike," for which she received an Outer Critics Circle
nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Play in 2014.
Gerwig is perhaps best known for Lady Bird, her debut film as a solo writer
and director. In 2018, Gerwig made history by being the fifth woman to be
nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Director category, and the first to
be nominated for a debut film. The film also earned four additional Academy
Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, and acting
nominations for stars Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf. The film received the
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) and garnered
various guild and critics circle nominations including NBR, WGA, DGA, and BAFTA.
Previously, Gerwig has collaborated with director Noah Baumbach on several
films, including Greenberg, Mistress America, and Frances Ha, for which she
earned a Golden Globe nomination. Her additional acting credits include Jackie,
Maggie's Plan, 20th Century Women, Lola Versus, Damsels in Distress, Arthur, No
Strings Attached, and most recently, the voice of Tracy Walker in Wes Anderson's
Isle of Dogs.
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