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Gaby Hoffmann Biography, Age, Family, Education, Relationship, Career, Net Worth, News

Gaby Hoffmann Biography

Gaby Hoffmann (Gabrielle Mary Hoffmann) is an American film and television actress best known for her roles on Sleepless in Seattle, Now and Then, Transparent and Girls, which garnered her nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series in 2015, respectively.

Additionally, she is remembered as a child actress from the films Field of Dreams, Uncle Buck, Now and Then, and Volcano.

Gaby Hoffmann Age

Hoffmann is 37 years as of 2019. She was born on January 8, 1982, Manhattan, New York City, New York, U.S.

Gaby Hoffmann Family | Sibling

Hoffmann’s mother was raised in a devout Catholic family on Long Island, the daughter of an attorney. She was married to director Michel Auder in 1969. Gaby has a half-sister, Alexandra ”Alex” Auder, who is 11 years older and teaches yoga in New York City. Hoffman’s father was raised in Wiggins, Mississippi by his maternal grandparents; his own father, Gaby’s biological great-grandfather was referenced, viewed, and stated on the PBS series, Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Gaby Hoffmann Education

Hoffmann attended elementary school in Manhatten at P.S 3 on Hudson Street in the West Village, then another school in Hell’s Kitchen . After she moved to Los Angeles in 1994, she attended the Buckley School, before finally graduating from Calabasas High School in 1999.

Gaby Hoffmann Relationship | Children

Hoffmann has a daughter, Rosemary, born in November 2014, with longtime boyfriend, cinematographer Chris Dapkins. She lives in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn.

Gaby Hoffmann Career

Hoffmann began her acting career at the age of four to help pay the family bills by acting in commercials. In 1989, she starred in her first movie, Field of Dreams, with Kevin Costner. 1989’s Uncle Buck followed, working beside John Candy and up-and-coming child star Macaulay Culkin. However, she grew tired of the rigors of screen performance and temporarily retired. Nevertheless, upon hearing that Culkin (whom she disliked when they worked together) was making a lot of money in feature films, her “competitive spirit got the best of her”, as she later put it, and she re-entered the profession. She went on to star in This Is My Life (1992), Sleepless in Seattle (1993) with Tom Hanks and The Man Without a Face with Mel Gibson (who also directed the film). According to Hoffmann, it was the praise she received for her performance in This is My Life which encouraged her to pursue a full-time acting career in Hollywood as it gave her the confidence she needed to handle major roles.

Since 2007, Hoffmann has made a gradual return to film acting. In 2007, she starred in the film Severed Ways: The Norse Discovery of America. In 2008, she appeared in Guest of Cindy Sherman, a documentary on art-scene commentator Paul Hasegawa-Overacker’s relationship with enigmatic photographer Cindy Sherman. Later in 2008, Hoffmann appeared in the documentary Chelsea on the Rocks, which is a tribute to the Chelsea Hotel where she grew up. Directed by Abel Ferrara, the documentary highlights the many personalities and artistic voices that have emerged from the legendary residence.

In 2009, Hoffmann had a supporting role in Todd Solondz’s Life During Wartime and the thriller 13 with Mickey Rourke (released in 2010).

More recently, Hoffmann has starred alongside Michael Cera in Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus (2013). While shooting the film in Chile, she and Cera took mescaline for her performance in a climactic scene.

Hoffmann has discussed her full frontal nude scenes in a few of her recent projects including Crystal Fairy, Girls, and the Amazon series Transparent.  She is a gorgeous woman and people can’t imagine that people would want to be anything other than that. When they are, it’s looked at as almost a political statement. Look at Lena Dunham. She is a gorgeous woman and people can’t stop talking about how brave she is to show herself naked, which I find totally condescending and ridiculous. If Angelina Jolie was naked onscreen no one would say she was brave. The implication is that Lena’s brave because she doesn’t look the way she’s supposed to look. I think that’s a shame.”

In 2016 she appeared in a video as an onstage “stand-in” during the Nostalgic For the Present concert tour of Australian singer Sia Furler for her song, “Unstoppable.”

Gaby Hoffmann Net Worth

Gaby Hoffmann is an American actress who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars.

Gaby Hoffmann Movies | TV Show

 

Film

Year

Title

Role

2015

Manhattan Romance

Emmy

2014

Obvious Child

Nellie

2014

Veronica Mars

Ruby Jetson

2014

Wild

Aimee

2014

Lyle

Leah

2013

Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus

Crystal Fairy

2013

All That I Am

Susan

2013

Goodbye World

Laura

2012

Nate & Margaret

Darla

2011

Wolfe with an E

Karen

2011

Confidante

Sam

2011

The Surrogate Mary

Sally

2010

13

Clara Ferro

2009

Life During Wartime

Wanda

2007

Severed Ways

Orn’s Wife

2001

Perfume

Gabrielle Mancini

2000

You Can Count on Me

Sheila Seidleman

1999

200 Cigarettes

Stephie

1999

Coming Soon

Jenny Simon

1999

Black and White

Raven

1998

All I Wanna Do

Odette Sinclair

1998

Snapped

Tara

1997

Volcano

Kelly Roark

1996

Everyone Says I Love You

Lane Dandridge

1995

Now and Then

Samantha “Sam” Albertson

1993

Sleepless in Seattle

Jessica

1993

The Man Without a Face

Megan Norstadt

1992

This Is My Life

Opal Ingels

1989

Field of Dreams

Karin Kinsella

1989

Uncle Buck

Maizy Russell

Television

Year

Title

Role

2016

High Maintenance

Gaby

2014–2017

Girls

Caroline Sackler

2014–present

Transparent

Alexandria “Ali” Pfefferman

2012

Louie

April

2011

The Good Wife

Rhonda Cerone

2011

Homeland

CNN Producer

2010

Private Practice

Emily

2009

The Eastmans

Dr. Sally Eastman

2005

Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Rachel Burnett

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Famous birthdays for Jan. 8: Gaby Hoffmann, Noah Cyrus

Jan. 8 (UPI) — Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn.

They include:

— Publisher Frank Doubleday in 1862

— Actor William Hartnell in 1908

— Comic actor Larry Storch in 1923 (age 96)

— Newsman Charles Osgood in 1933 (age 86)

— Elvis Presley, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s “undisputed king,” in 1935

— Singer Shirley Bassey in 1937 (age 82)

Game show host Bob Eubanks in 1938 (age 81)

— British comedian Graham Chapman in 1941

— Actor Yvette Mimieux in 1942 (age 77)

— British physicist/author Stephen Hawking 1942

— Author Terry Brooks in 1944 (age 75)

— Radio talk show host Kojo Nnamdi in 1945 (age 74)

— Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Robby Krieger (The Doors) in 1946 (age 73)

— Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member David Bowie in 1947

Guitarist/singer Terry Sylvester (Hollies) in 1947 (age 72)

— Singer R. Kelly, born as Robert Sylvester Kelly, in 1967 (age 52)

— Singer Jenny Lewis in 1976 (age 43)

— Actor Windell Middlebrooks in 1979

— Actor Sam Riley in 1980 (age 39)

— Actor Gaby Hoffmann in 1982 (age 37)

— North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in 1984 (age 35)

— Actor Freddie Stroma in 1987 (age 32)

— Actor Khylin Rhambo in 1996 (age 23)

— Actor Noah Cyrus in 2000 (age 19)

Source: UPI

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