Jorma Taccone Spouse Marielle Heller Is Into Showbiz Industry
Jorma Taccone wife Marielle Heller is the acclaimed director of The Diary Of A Teenage Girl. Marielle started her professional acting career in 2001.
Marielle Heller, age 43, was born on 1 October 1979 in Marin County, California. Her parents are Steven Heller and Annie Stiles Heller.
Steven is a retired chiropractor from a Jewish family. He is in the mischief bags business and creates messenger bags with multiple features.
Annie is a retired art teacher and a full-time painter. She had a weekly study session with renowned painter David Dunlop and now represents her art in California landscapes.
Marielle was brought up alongside two siblings, Nate and Emily. Nate is a Musical composer, and Emily is a stand-up comedian and podcast host.
The actress has been a member of the 'Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) since 2016.
Heller has been an actor since her childhood days. She was only eight when she went to legit after joining the local youth theatre.
Marielle attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she met Jorma. He then went to London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and participated in theatre arts.
Her first feature film, The Diary Teenage Girl, quickly garnered ecstatic reviews, multiple awards, and nominations in different categories. The 2002 graphic novel title The Diary of a Teenage girl based film has her directing and writing credits.
Heller has bagged several fellowships, including the Lynn Auerbach Screenwriting Fellowship, the 2012 Sundance Screenwriting Fellowship, and the Maryland Film Festival Fellowship.
According to her IMDB, Marielle has seven credits as a director. She directed What the Constitution Means to Me, Casual and Transparent. She also direct Can You Ever Forgive Me? based on the memoir of Lee Israel.
Her acting credits include her role as Alma Wheatley in The Queen's Gambit, Mari Gotteskind in A Walk Among the Tombstones, Heather in The All-for-Nots, and Carrie in Spin City. She debuted her acting career with White Power in 2001.