Joanne Tucker Wiki, Bio, Age, Married, Adam Driver, Height, Family

By Staff Writer | Updated On: 26 Aug, 2018
Joanne Tucker Wiki, Bio, Age, Married, Adam Driver, Height, Family

Quick Information

Date of Birth June 26, 1982 Age 38 Years 11 Month(s)
Nationality American Profession Actress
Marital Status Married Husband/Spouse Adam Driver (m. 2013)
Divorced/Engaged Not Yet Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity Mixed Net Worth Not Disclosed
Children/Kids Name Not Disclosed Height N/A
Siblings One Sister

Joanne Tucker is an American actress, featured in GaybyListen Up Philip and Billions. Rather than her acting career, she’s known for being the wife of the Star Wars: The Last Jedi star, Adam Driver.

Tucker and her husband co-founded an organization. This organization is continuously bringing high-quality theater to the military and their family.

Joanne Tucker's Personal Life: Married to Adam Driver

Joanne Tucker got married to Adam Driver on 22 June 2013, on a destination wedding. The destination was a secret, and also only a few close family and friends were invited. Lena Dunham, who is Driver’s on-screen girlfriend, also attended the wedding. 

Joanne Tucker with her husband, Adam Driver on the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Photo: EntityMag) 

The couple is keen to keep their personal life very private, which makes it even harder to find anything about their marriage online. For a quick fact, the people who attended their wedding all agree on the fact that the couple is “comfortable in love.”

Even Driver's on-screen girlfriend, Lena Dunham, congratulates the couple for their marriage and agree that Tucker and Driver are meant to be.

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Since Driver is a former marine, he has deep connections for the military. Tucker and Driver co-founded the organization, Arts in the Armed Forces. This organization brings high-quality theater to the military and their family.

Although it's been five years since their marriage, the couple hasn't conceived a child yet. Since the couple is very private about their personal life, their thoughts on children aren't known, and they haven't yet discussed it on the internet. 

Joanne Tucker’s Short Bio

According to some wiki sources, Joanne Tucker was born in 1982, in the USA and celebrates her birthday on 26 June. Joanna, who stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches, grew up in the New York City and went to the prestigious Dalton School in New York’s Upper East Side.

Eventually, she joined Julliard College, and it was before her graduation in 2009, she studied acting where she met her now-husband Adam Driver. Perhaps it’s their love and passion for acting and theater, which brought them together.

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Like Adam, Tucker is also an actor. She made her debut starting off on series of short films from 2010. Tucker was a lead role in the short film Loft, a romantic drama. This was her stepping stone towards the acting career, and in the following year, she appeared in an indie film Gayby. Her latest movie role was in Listen Up Philip, a 2014 drama about a struggling novelist.

Although Tucker’s net worth hasn’t been revealed yet, her husband’s net worth alone is estimated to be around $2 million. 

Joanne Tucker’s Some Interesting Facts

First Met Adam: Joanne Tucker first met her future husband, Adam Driver after he auditioned for Juilliard and was accepted. Before that, he got in a mountain bike accident and was discharged from the Marine Corps.

Luckily, the pair became friends and soon took their friendship to the vows of romance.

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Lives In Brooklyn Height: Before getting married, Adam lived quite a long in Indiana. However, the pair now has decided to settle down in Brooklyn Heights as the actor has adjusted living in costly boroughs.

Share Dog As A Pet: The actor-couple have found much love for pets as they own a Rottweiler/pitbull mix, who has a thing for eating tennis balls rather than fetching them.