She seems very interesting to me in both acting and style. I really liked her look from yesterday's MET Gala.
Greta Gerwig (born August 4, 1983) is an American actress and filmmaker. Gerwig is best known for her association with the mumblecore movement. She has collaborated with director Joe Swanberg on several projects, including the film Nights and Weekends, which the two co-wrote, co-directed and co-starred in.
A native of Sacramento, California, Gerwig graduated from Barnard College, where she studied English and philosophy. Originally intending to become to a playwright, Gerwig was cast in a minor role in Joe Swanberg's LOL in 2006 while still studying at Barnard and from there began a fruitful partnership with the director and an association with other mumblecore filmmakers. Commenting on her work in Greenberg and other films, New York Times critic A. O. Scott described her as "ambassador of a cinematic style that often seems opposed to the very idea of style" and said that "Ms. Gerwig, most likely without intending to be anything of the kind, may well be the definitive screen actress of her generation . . . She seems to be embarked on a project, however piecemeal and modestly scaled, of redefining just what it is we talk about when we talk about acting."
Greta Gerwig attends the Costume Institute Gala Benefit to celebrate the opening of the "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity" exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 3, 2010 in New York City.
Actor Ben Stiller and actress Greta Gerwig appear at the Apple Store Soho as part of the Meet the Actors series on March 23, 2010 in New York City.
Actress Greta Gerwig arrives at the premiere of the ''Greenberg'' at the ArcLight Cinemas on March 18, 2010 in Hollywood, California.
Greta Gerwig attends the JCPenney Discover Spring Style event at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on March 2, 2010 in New York City.
Greta Gerwig, on the red carpet for "Greenberg" at the 60th "Berlinale" Film Festival in Berlin.
42nd Street Krysten Ritter, Margarita Levieva, Willa Holland, Ari Graynor, Moon Bloodgood, Jon Engstrom, Nikki Reed, Greta Gerwig, Lucas Till, Jamie Chung, Emma Stone, Rashida Jones, and Chris Messina.
The whole world’s going to the dogs, so what do we need? Battalions of tap-dancing girls in ankle socks and flimsy shorts! Then (1933), as now, the chorines pound the boards (in Emporio Armani). Hopefuls wait their turn in assorted prêt-à-porter while choreographer Engstrom and director Messina emote. Will the show go on? When will it not?