Is Adam Driver a Veteran? Age, Height, Wife & Movies

Adam Douglas Driver is an American actor who became known to the general public after participating in the series Girls, on HBO.

Recently made successful living skin of the protagonist Story of a Marriage (Marriage story) – her performance earned her the Gotham Award and an Oscar nomination.

Adam was born in San Diego, California on November 19, 1983.

Adam is born to Joe Douglas Driver and Nancy Needham Wright. The parents separated when Adam was seven years old. 

During school the young man studied at Mishawaka High School, where he participated in the choir and performed a series of amateur plays.

He attended the Julliard School in addition to doing higher education at the University of Indianapolis and also served in the US Marines.

Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, Driver Joined the United States Marine Corps. He was assigned to the Arms Company, 1st Battalion, 1st Marines as an 81mm mortar handler. He served two years and eight months before breaking his sternum while riding a mountain bike just before his unit was sent to Iraq.

Adam Driver Age, Height

Adam is 37 Year of age as of now & his height stands at 6ft. 2 inches.

The relationship with Joanne Tucker

Adam is married to actress Joanne Tucker, 38, whom he met in the early 2000s while studying at the renowned New York theater school Julliard. She made her acting debut in 2011 in the film Loft and has since starred in The Report (2019) and Give or Take (2020).

Adam Driver Movies and TV Shows

Star Wars: Episode IX – The Ascension Skywalker (Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker, 2019)

Story of a Marriage (Marriage Story, 2019)

The dead do not die (The Dead Do not Die, 2019)

The report (The Report, 2019)

The man who killed Don Quixote (The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, 2018)

Klan infiltrated (BlacKkKlansman, 2018)

Saturday Night Live (Saturday Night Live: Cut for Time, 2018)

Bob’s Burgers (Bob’s Burgers, 2017)

Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi (Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi, 2017)

Logan Lucky: Family Robbery (Logan Lucky, 2017)

The Meyerowitz: family is not chosen (The Meyerowitz Stories, 2017)

Girls (Girls, 2012-2017)

Silence (Silence, 2016)

Paterson (Paterson, 2016)

Special destination (Midnight Special, 2016)

Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, 2015)

The Simpsons (The Simpsons, 2015)

Seven days without end (This Is Where I Leave You, 2014)

While we are young (While we’re Young, 2014)

Hearts hungry (Hungry Hearts, 2014)

Does? (The F Word, 2013)

Tracks (Tracks, 2013)

Inside Llewyn Davis: An Everyman’s Ballad (Inside Llewyn Davis, 2013)

Bluebird (Bluebird, 2013)

Lincoln (Lincoln, 2012)

Frances Ha (Frances Ha, 2012)

Not Waving But Drowning (Not Waving But Drowning, 2012)

Gayby ( Gayby , 2012)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, 2012)

J. Edgar ( J. Edgar,  2011)

Law & Order (Law & Order, 2010)

The Unusuals (The Unusuals, 2009)