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Joanne Tucker

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Joanne Elizabeth Tucker (born June 26, 1982) is an actress in Listen Up Philip, Gayby and Zero Days. She is also co-founder of Arts in the Armed Forces[1] with her husband Adam Driver.

Joanne Tucker (far left) during a reading for Theater of War.

Early Life[edit]

Joanne was born in the USA on June 26 1982.

She studied at Dalton School, New York and later studied Theater and Performance at Bard College, New York.

Career[edit]

Joanne Graduated from Julliard as part of the Drama Division's Group 38 (2005 - 2009)[2]. She appeared in several productions during her time in Julliard, including Getting Out[3], Fables of la Fontaine[4], Julius Caesar[5], As You Like It[6], Burn This[7] and The Greeks Part Three: The Gods[8].

Joanne's first film role was in the short After You Left [9][10] which debuted at VisionFest NY 2010, and was an official selection of Sundance Film Festival 2011. Shortly afterwards she also appeared in Party Trick [11][12] and 8 minute short about a guest at a Cinco de Mayo celebration with a strange party trick.

In 2011 she starred in the short Loft[13], and later that year had a supporting role in I'm Coming Over[14][15] as well as providing voiceover for Prohibition[16] and The Roosevelts episodes 1[17], 3[18] and 4[19]. In 2012, She appeared in Gayby[20], as well as returning to the stage in Through the Yellow Hour[21]. In 2013 she appeared in Teenage[22], Jack heart Jump[23], and Babes[24].

In 2014 she had a supporting role in Listen Up Philip[25] and in 2016 in Zero Days[26].

In 2016 she appeared in Billions season 1 Episode 6 'The Deal'[27] , and in Girls season 5 episode 7 'Hello Kitty'[28].

Film
Year Title Role Director
2010 After You Left (short) Sara Jef Taylor
2010 Party Trick (short) Unnamed partygoer Jesse Allen, Andrew Gori
2011 Loft (short) Lindsay Elizabeth Wood
2011 I'm Coming Over (short) Cathy Avery Sam Handel
2012 Gayby Valerie Jonathan Lisecki
2013 Teenage (documentary) Additional Voice Over Matt Wolf
2013 Jack Heart Jump (short) Elle Sean Parker
2013 Babes (short) Jo Matthew Balzer, Sonya Goddy
2014 Listen Up Philip Eve Alex Ross Perry
2016 Zero Days (documentary short) NSA Informant Alex Gibney
2017 Zero Days VR (documentary short) NSA Informant Yasmin Elayat
Stage
Year Title Role Director
2007 Getting Out Vivienne Benesch
2007 Fables of la Fontaine Mina Yakin
2008 Julius Caesar Susan Fenichell
2008 As You Like It Mary Lou Rosato
2008 Burn This Anna Pam MacKinnon
2009 The Greeks Part Three: The Gods Brian Mertes
2012 Through the Yellow Hour Claire Adam Rapp
Television
Year Title Role Director
2011 Prohibition Voiceover Ken Burns, Lynn Novick
2014 The Roosevelts: An Intimate History Voiceover Ken Burns
2016 Vice News (Adam Driver Brings Monologues to the Military: Arts in the Armed Forces) Herself
2016 Billions Sandy Stern James Foley
2016 Girls Ruthie Richard Shepard

Personal life[edit]

Joanne attended Julliard as part of the Drama Division's Group 38 where she met her future husband actor Adam Driver.

In 2006 Tucker and Driver founded Arts in the Armed Forces, a non-profit dedicated to bringing theater to those serving in the armed forces.

In June 22 2013 Tucker and Driver got married in a destination wedding[29].

References[edit]

  1. "Home - Arts in the Armed Forces | AITAF". Arts in the Armed Forces | AITAF. Retrieved 2018-12-01.
  2. "The Polisi Years Timeline: 34 Years at The Juilliard School". www.juilliard.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-01.
  3. "CONTENTdm". jmedia.juilliard.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  4. "CONTENTdm". jmedia.juilliard.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  5. "CONTENTdm". jmedia.juilliard.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  6. "CONTENTdm". jmedia.juilliard.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  7. "CONTENTdm". jmedia.juilliard.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  8. "CONTENTdm". jmedia.juilliard.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  9. After You Left, retrieved 2018-12-14
  10. "[a leaky tent film]". www.afteryouleftfilm.com. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  11. Party Trick, retrieved 2018-12-14
  12. allenjesse@mac.com (2011-08-04), "Party Trick", retrieved 2018-12-14
  13. Loft, retrieved 2018-12-14
  14. I'm Coming Over, retrieved 2018-12-14
  15. Handel, Sam (2011-06-14), I'm Coming Over, retrieved 2018-12-14
  16. A Nation of Hypocrites, retrieved 2018-12-14
  17. Get Action (1858-1901), retrieved 2018-12-14
  18. The Fire of Life (1910-1919), retrieved 2018-12-14
  19. The Storm (1920-1933), retrieved 2018-12-14
  20. Gayby, retrieved 2018-12-14
  21. Brantley, Ben (2012-09-27). "Adam Rapp's 'Through the Yellow Hour,' at Rattlestick". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
  22. Teenage, retrieved 2018-12-14
  23. Jack Heart Jump, retrieved 2018-12-14
  24. Jack Heart Jump, retrieved 2018-12-14
  25. Listen Up Philip, retrieved 2018-12-14
  26. Zero Days, retrieved 2018-12-14
  27. The Deal, retrieved 2018-12-14
  28. Hello Kitty, retrieved 2018-12-14
  29. "Girls' Adam Driver Marries Joanne Tucker!". Us Weekly. 2013-06-24. Retrieved 2018-12-01.


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