Hollywood star Greta Gerwig had her career beginnings in the mid-2000s. Her first acting role was in the 2006 film LOL. The following year, she played the titular character in the film Hannah Takes the Stairs, which she also wrote. Then, she starred in the movies Baghead and Yeast. Soon, she ventured into directing as well, making her directorial debut in the 2008 film Nights and Weekends.
This was followed by performances in the films I Thought You Finally Completely Lost It, You Wont Miss Me, and The House of the Devil. At the beginning of the 2010s, she had roles in the films Greenberg, Northern Comfort (also a writer), The Dish & the Spoon, No Strings Attached, Damsels in Distress, Arthur, To Rome with Love, and Lola Versus. Gerwig went on to write the film Frances Ha which she also starred in as the lead. On television, she debuted with a voice role in China, IL.
She also starred in the pilots The Corrections (HBO) and How I Met Your Dad (CBS). In 2014, she starred in the film The Humbling. The following year, she starred in, wrote, and produced the feature film Mistress America. Her next roles were in Maggie’s Plan and Wiener-Dog. She then portrayed the role of Nancy Tuckerman in the biographical drama Jackie. That same time, she starred in 20th Century Women. In 2017, she directed the acclaimed film Lady Bird where she also served as a writer. This established her as a filmmaker.
Greta Gerwig doesn’t follow any special diets nor has she tried any fad diet programs that make her want to deprive herself of food. That simply isn’t something she’s into. Instead, the Greta Gerwig diet plan involves her efforts to eat a balanced diet with meals composed of nutritious foods. She tries to eat lots of veggies, snack on fruits and nuts, and eat more lean protein and healthy fats.