Who is Louisa Jacobson?
Louisa Jacobson (née Gummer) was born on 12 June 1991 under the sign of Gemini, in Los Angeles, California USA, of mixed British, German and Swiss descent, but is American by nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. She is a 28-year-old actress and fashion model, probably best recognized for working for the luxury brand Dior. She is also known as the youngest daughter of famous Hollywood actress Meryl Streep and renowned sculptor Don Gummer.
How rich is she, as of now? Louisa Gummer Net Worth
As of early 2020, Louisa Jacobson’s net worth is over $1.5 million, acquired largely through her successful career as a professional actress.
She’s also increased her wealth through being a model in the fashion industry.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Siblings
Louisa Jacobson spent her early years in her hometown of Los Angeles, where she was raised in a famous family with a brother and two sisters. Her elder brother is Henry Wolfe Gummer, a musician and actor., and her elder sisters are Mary Willa ‘Mamie’ Gummer and Grace Jane Gummer, both of whom are actresses.
Louisa Jacobson went to Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn, New York City. Upon matriculation, she enrolled into the private liberal arts Vassar College, located in Poughkeepsie, New York. She there majored in Psychology and graduated in 2013.
Louisa was subsequently a student at British American Drama Academy in London, England, and thereafter furthered her education at the Yale University School of Drama, in New Haven, Connecticut, from which she graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting.
Louisa Jacobson developed her love for modeling at a very young age, so she started pursuing her professional career in the fashion industry as a model when she was signed by IMG Models, an international model management company based in New York City. She has collaborated and worked for a number of top clothing brands, such as Christian Dior and H&M.
Louise has also featured in a Co-Lab campaign alongside her sisters Grace and Mamie. Moreover, she’s appeared in such fashion magazines as ‘Glamour’, and ‘Vanity Fair’, among many others.
Acting Career on TV and Film
Louisa Jacobson started her acting career in 2001, when she made her television debut with a guest-starring appearance in an episode of the BBC One soap opera “East Enders”, after which she landed a small role in the short comedy film “The Orange Tree”, written and directed by Simon Kent, in 2002. Louisa then guest-starred in the episode “The Alphabet Soup of the British Gastronomic Revolution” of the documentary series “Meades Eats” in 2003. During the same year, she appeared in the recurring role of Stella in the TV series “The Sitcom Trials”.
She made her film debut in a support role in the 2004 comedy “The Ultimate Truth”. Her next role came in 2012, when she played a worker in the TV special “London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony: Isles Of Wonder”, directed by Danny Boyle. Two years later, she guest-starred in an episode of the BYU TV series “Random Acts” and played Empress in the short fantasy adventure “Visions”. Most recently, it is announced that she will feature as Marian Brook in the upcoming HBO period drama series “The Gilded Age”, playing opposite Cynthia Nixon and Christine Baranski.
Voice Overs and Narrations
Louisa Jacobson did her first voice over for the video game “The Movies” in 2005.
Ten years later, she provided her voice to Walla Crown in the video game “The Order: 1886”, and most recently, she did a voice over for the 2019 short drama “Dancing Alone”. Louisa has also had a number of narrating engagements for such documentary series as “Mars” (2003), “The Town That Time Forgot” (2004), “The Way We Were” (2005), and “Telling Tails” (2007). In 2013, she received a Vox Award nomination in the category of Best Female Voiceover Performance.
Career on Stage
Louisa Jacobson has also been pursuing her professional acting career in the theater.
She made her on-stage debut in the role of Mary Dalton in Nambi E. Kelley’s play “Native Son” at the Yale Repertory Theatre – the play is directed by Seret Scott and adapted from the novel of the same name written by Richard Wright. Thereafter, she performed alongside Tavi Gevinson in Carson McCullers’ play “Member Of The Wedding” at Williamstown Theatre Festival in 2018. Most recently, Louisa landed the role of Juliet in The Old Globe’s production of Shakespeare’s “Romeo And Juliet”, directed by Barry Edelstein, in 2019.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Louisa Gummer has long blonde hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m), while she weighs around 128lbs (58kgs).
Her body type is slim, and her vital statistics are 34-24-34. Her bra, dress and shoe sizes aren’t available.
Personal Life: Is She Single or Not?
Louisa Gummer is a very private person. Anyway, it is known that she is not married, and doesn’t have children. Furthermore, it is believed that she is unattached at the moment. Her current residence is in Los Angeles.
Famous Mother Meryl Streep
Louisa Jacobson’s mother, Mary Louise ‘Meryl’ Streep, is considered by many as the best actress of her generation. She made her debut on stage in the 1975 comic play “Trelawny Of The Wells”, after which she starred in the play “27 Wagons Full Of Cotton”, for which she earned a Tony Award nomination in 1976.
She then made her film debut as Anne Marie in Fred Zinnemann’s drama “Julia”, which was followed by her portrayal of Inga Helms Weiss in the mini-series “Holocaust” (1978), winning a Primetime Emmy Award. During the same year, Meryl received her first Academy Award nomination for her performance of Linda in the epic war drama film “The Deer Hunter”, while she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for featuring as Joanna Kramer in the 1979 drama “Kramer Vs. Kramer”. In 1982, she played Sophie Zawistowski in the drama “Sophie’s Choice”, for which she won her first Academy Award for Best Actress.
She continued to line up her success through the 1980s and ‘90s, and her greatest commercial successes came with such roles as Madeline Ashton in the 1992 comedy “Death Becomes Her” and Francesca Johnson in the 1995 drama “The Bridges Of Madison County”, directed by Clint Eastwood. During the 2000s, Meryl won Golden Globe Awards for her performances as Susan Orlean in “Adaptation” (2002), Miranda Priestly in “The Devil Wears Prada” (2006), and Julia Child in “Julie & Julia” (2009). She won her second Academy Award for Best Actress for her starring role as Margaret Thatcher in the 2011 biographical drama “The Iron Lady”. Most recently, she received a Golden Globe Award nomination for her portrayal of Mary Louise Wright in the HBO series “Big Little Lies” (2019).