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* ''Franchise/{{Barbie}}'' (2020) [[note]]co-written with Noah Baumbach[[/note]]

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* ''Franchise/{{Barbie}}'' (2020) (2022) [[note]]co-written with Noah Baumbach[[/note]]


In 2017, her directorial debut ''Film/LadyBird'' (which she also wrote) was released to widespread acclaim. [[WriteWhoYouKnow Semi-autobiographical]] in nature, ''Lady Bird'' garnered Gerwig many awards and nominations for her directing and writing, while stars Creator/SaoirseRonan (playing a character loosely based on Gerwig herself) and Laurie Metcalf also received high marks for their performances in the film. Overall, the film received four UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nominations, with Gerwig herself being nominated for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.

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In 2017, her directorial debut ''Film/LadyBird'' (which she also wrote) was released to widespread acclaim. [[WriteWhoYouKnow Semi-autobiographical]] in nature, ''Lady Bird'' garnered Gerwig many awards and nominations for her directing and writing, while stars Creator/SaoirseRonan (playing a character loosely based on Gerwig herself) and Laurie Metcalf also received high marks for their performances in the film. Overall, the film received four UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nominations, with Gerwig herself being nominated for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.
Screenplay. Gerwig then directed a new adaptation of ''Little Women'', once again to great acclaim (though with noticeable Academy Awards snub this time around).


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'''Greta Celeste Gerwig''' (born August 4, 1983) is an American actress, playwright, screenwriter, and director.

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'''Greta Greta Celeste Gerwig''' Gerwig (born August 4, 1983) is an American actress, playwright, screenwriter, and director.



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In 2017, her directorial debut ''Film/LadyBird'' (which she also wrote) was released to widespread acclaim. [[WriteWhoYouKnow Semi-autobiographical]] in nature, ''Lady Bird'' garnered Gerwig many awards and nominations for her directing and writing, while stars Creator/SaoirseRonan (playing a character loosely based on Gerwig herself) and Laurie Metcalf also received high marks for their performances in the film.

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In 2017, her directorial debut ''Film/LadyBird'' (which she also wrote) was released to widespread acclaim. [[WriteWhoYouKnow Semi-autobiographical]] in nature, ''Lady Bird'' garnered Gerwig many awards and nominations for her directing and writing, while stars Creator/SaoirseRonan (playing a character loosely based on Gerwig herself) and Laurie Metcalf also received high marks for their performances in the film.
film. Overall, the film received four UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nominations, with Gerwig herself being nominated for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.



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'''Greta Celeste Gerwig''' (born August 4, 1983) is an American actress, playwright, screenwriter, and director.

Gerwig is best known for her work in "mumblecore" cinema, often seen as a [[TropeCodifier codifier]] of the genre. She was particularly praised for her performance in Creator/NoahBaumbach's 2013 film ''Film/FrancesHa'', which she also co-wrote.

Some of her other film credits as an actress include ''Film/WienerDog'', [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy Jacqueline Kennedy]] {{biopic}} ''Jackie'', and ''Film/TwentiethCenturyWomen''.

She also starred as the lead in a planned ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' spinoff, ''How I Met Your Dad'', in 2014, but it wasn't picked up with a series order.

In 2017, her directorial debut ''Film/LadyBird'' (which she also wrote) was released to widespread acclaim. [[WriteWhoYouKnow Semi-autobiographical]] in nature, ''Lady Bird'' garnered Gerwig many awards and nominations for her directing and writing, while stars Creator/SaoirseRonan (playing a character loosely based on Gerwig herself) and Laurie Metcalf also received high marks for their performances in the film.

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!! Selected filmography:
!!! '''As actress'''
* ''Film/TheHouseOfTheDevil'' (2009) as Megan
* ''Film/NoStringsAttached'' (2011) as Patrice
* ''Film/DamselsInDistress'' (2011) as Violet Wister
* ''Film/{{Arthur}}'' (2011) as Naomi Quinn
* ''Film/ToRomeWithLove'' (2012) as Sally
* ''Film/FrancesHa'' (2013) as Frances Halladay [[note]]also co-writer[[/note]]
* ''[[Series/HowIMetYourMother How I Met Your Dad]]'' (2014) as Sally [[note]]unaired pilot[[/note]]
* ''Film/WienerDog'' (2016) as Dawn Wiener
* ''[[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy Jackie]]'' (2016) as Nancy Tuckerman
* ''Film/TwentiethCenturyWomen'' (2016) as Abbie
!!! '''As writer and director'''
* ''Film/LadyBird'' (2018)
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