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Damien Chazelle (Damien Sayre Chazelle) was born on 19 January, 1985 in Providence, Rhode Island, United States, is a French-American director and screenwriter. At 35 years old, Damien Chazelle height is 5 ft 9 in (177.0 cm).
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|Damien Sayre Chazelle
|Damien Chazelle Age
|37 years old
|19 January 1985
|Providence, Rhode Island, United States
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Who Is Damien Chazelle's Wife?
His wife is Olivia Hamilton (m. 2018), Jasmine McGlade (m. 2010–2014)
|Olivia Hamilton (m. 2018), Jasmine McGlade (m. 2010–2014)
Damien Chazelle Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Damien Chazelle worth at the age of 37 years old? Damien Chazelle’s income source is mostly from being a successful Film director. He is from United States. We have estimated Damien Chazelle's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022
|$1 Million - $5 Million
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On February 6, 2019, Yusaku Maezawa formally invited Damien Chazelle to go to the moon as a part of the DearMoon project in 2023. As of yet, he has not formally accepted the offer.
On July 15, 2019, Variety reported that his next film, called “Babylon”, scheduled to be released in 2021 and set in Hollywood in the 1920s, was eyeing Emma Stone to star in it. Brad Pitt has also been rumoured to have a role in the movie.
Chazelle next reunited with Gosling on the film First Man (2018), for Universal Pictures. With a screenplay by Josh Singer, the biopic is based on author James R. Hansen's First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong, written about the astronaut. The film received positive reviews, with Owen Gleiberman of Variety writing that "Chazelle orchestrates a dashingly original mood of adventure drenched in anxiety".
On January 25, 2018, Apple announced that they were partnering with Chazelle for a new original television series. Chazelle will write and direct the first series.
Chazelle married producer Jasmine McGlade in 2010; they divorced in 2014. In October 2017, Chazelle and actress Olivia Hamilton, a Princeton University graduate and former McKinsey & Company consultant, announced their engagement. The couple married September 22, 2018.
Thanks to the success of Whiplash, Chazelle was able to attract financiers for his musical La La Land. The film opened the Venice International Film Festival on August 31, 2016 and began a limited release in the United States on December 9, 2016, with a wider release on December 16, 2016. It has received rave reviews from critics and numerous awards. Chazelle was particularly praised for his work on the film and received several top honors, including a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for Best Director, making Chazelle the youngest director to win both awards, at age 32.
After graduation, Chazelle moved to Los Angeles with the ultimate goal of attracting interest to produce his musical La La Land. Chazelle worked as a "writer-for-hire" in Hollywood; among his writing credits are The Last Exorcism Part II (2013) and Grand Piano (2013). He was also brought in by J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions to re-write a draft of 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) with the intention of also directing, but Chazelle ultimately chose to direct Whiplash instead.
Chazelle initially described Whiplash as a writing reaction to being stuck on another script: "I just thought, that's not working, let me put it away and write this thing about being a jazz drummer in high school." He stated he initially did not want to show the script around, as it felt too personal, and "I put it in a drawer". Although nobody was initially interested in producing the film, his script was featured on Black List in 2012 as one of the best unmade films of that year. The project was eventually picked up by Right of Way Films and Blumhouse Productions, who suggested that Chazelle turn a portion of his script into a short film as proof-of-concept. The 18-minute short was accepted at Sundance Film Festival 2013, where it was well-received; financing was then raised for the feature film, and, in 2014, it was released to an overwhelmingly positive critical reaction. Whiplash received numerous awards on the festival circuit and earned five Oscar nominations, including Best Adapted Screenplay for Chazelle, winning three.
Chazelle wrote and directed his debut feature, Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench, as part of his senior thesis project with classmate Justin Hurwitz at Harvard. The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in 2009 and received various awards on the festival circuit, before being picked up by Variance Films for limited release and opening to critical acclaim.
Filmmaking was Chazelle's first love, but he subsequently wanted to be a musician and struggled to make it as a jazz drummer at Princeton High School. He has said that he had an intense music teacher, who was the inspiration for the character of Terence Fletcher in Chazelle's breakout film Whiplash. Unlike the film's protagonist Andrew Neiman, Chazelle stated that he knew instinctively that he never had the talent to be a great musician and after high school, pursued filmmaking again. He studied filmmaking in the Visual and Environmental Studies department at Harvard University and graduated in 2007.
Damien Sayre Chazelle (born January 19, 1985) is a French-American director, film producer, and screenwriter, best known for his films Whiplash (2014), La La Land (2016), and First Man (2018). For La La Land, he received several accolades, including the Golden Globe Award and the Academy Award for Best Director; making him the youngest person to win either award at age 32.