Greta Gerwig rose to prominence in mumblecore with films like "Hannah Takes the Stairs" (2007) and "Nights and Weekends" (2008), co-written or co-directed by her.

Greta Gerwig: "Damsels in Distress" (2011), "To Rome with Love" (2012), "Jackie" (2016), "Isle of Dogs" (2018). Solo debut: "Lady Bird," Oscar nominations. 

Greta Gerwig's "Little Women" (2019) earned acclaim with six Oscar nominations. Time 100 recognized her as influential in 2018.

Greta Gerwig, hailing from Sacramento, California, was raised in River Park. Her parents, Christine and Gordon, have professional backgrounds in nursing and finance. 

Greta Gerwig: German, Irish, English heritage. Unitarian Universalist upbringing. Siblings: landscape architect brother, sister at EEOC. 

Greta Gerwig: St. Francis HS alum, Barnard College grad (English & philosophy). Playwriting to acting shift after MFA rejections.

Greta Gerwig: Early credits - "LOL" (2006) and "Baghead" (2008). Mumblecore prominence, hailed as an "it girl."

Apart from films, Gerwig voiced a character in "China, IL" (2011-2015) and acted in Woody Allen's "To Rome with Love" (2012) with Eisenberg and Baldwin. 

Gerwig achieved acclaim for co-writing and starring in "Frances Ha" (2012). In 2014, she made her stage debut as Becky in "The Village Bike" in New York.

Greta Gerwig: Almost in "How I Met Your Dad" (2014). Now directing and co-writing live-action Barbie movie with Margot Robbie. 

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