Who is Georgette Falcone, daughter of Melissa McCarthy?
Georgette Falcone was born in the USA on 11 February 2010 – her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she holds American nationality. She is known for being the daughter of Melissa McCarthy, a famous American actress.
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Early life and education
Georgette is being raised in the US alongside her three-year senior sister Vivian by their mother and their father Ben Falcone, who is a famous American actor, comedian and filmmaker. The girls’ parents married on 8 October 2005 in a private ceremony after dating for around four years.
Both Georgette and Melissa have shown an interest in acting and when Georgette was only six, her father cast her in the movie he wrote, produced and directed, entitled “The Boss” – the film follows a former CEO Michelle Darnell who gets sent to jail for illegal activities, and who after being released, finds her former assistant and the two start working together again. Following her appearance in the film, Georgette was invited to appear in two episodes of the talk show “Entertainment Tonight”.
She is currently attending elementary school at which she is a member of the drama club and is playing soccer – her parents have stated how they will let Georgette choose what she wants to do in life, rather than to force acting upon her.
Hobbies and other interests
Georgette likes to explore her surroundings and is physically very active, running around and using her scooter. She likes to eat various foods, and prefers it when her mother takes her out to eat rather than when she cooks at home – her favorite food is Mexican. Georgette is said to be very good at math, and is disinterested in solving the tasks her teacher gives her, as she sees them as too easy. She occasionally watches TV with her mother, and prefers animated Disney movies over all others – some of her favorites are “Wall-E”, “The Little Mermaid” and “How To Train Your Dragon”. Melissa also often takes Georgette to a local theatre, to show her another form of acting and Georgette likes it more than what she has so far seen on TV.
She spends most of her free time outdoors, but also likes to play video games at home.
Age and height
Georgette’s age is 10. She has blonde hair and blue eyes, her height is 4ft 7ins (1.38m) and she weighs around 62lbs (28kgs). As of August 2020, her mother’s net worth has been estimated at over $80 million, while her father’s is reputedly over $2 million.
Who is Melissa McCarthy?
Melissa Ann McCarthy was born in Plainfield, Illinois USA, on 26 August 1970 – her zodiac sign is Virgo and she holds American nationality.
She is an actress, comedian, writer and a fashion designer, who is perhaps best known for her appearance in the comedy movie “Bridesmaids” which starred Kristen Wig, Maya Rudolph and Rose Byrne, and which is about two girls who are competing to learn which one is the bride’s best friend – for her performance, Melissa was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Melissa was raised an only child in Plainfield by her Irish father Michael McCarthy, and her British mother Sandra – she attended St. Francis Academy and then decided to move to Los Angele, California to work on her career as a stand-up comedian.
She made her debut TV series appearance in 1997 in the series “Jenny”, while the following year saw her appear in her first movie, “Go”. Many roles followed, including in the fantasy comedy “The Kid” in 2000, “The Third Wheel” in 2002, and the drama “The Life of David Gale” in 2003. The year 2007 saw her star alongside Ryan Reynolds in the science fiction psychological thriller “The Nines”, and she then appeared in the comedy “Just Add Water” and the black comedy movie “Pretty Ugly People”. Melissa gained recognition when she played Dena Stevens in the comedy series “Samantha Who?”, and in 2010 she played supporting characters in both the romantic comedy movies “The Back-up Plan” and “Life as We Know It”.
In 2011, Melissa starred in the comedy series “Mike & Molly”, and was awarded an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her performance. She went on to appear in the comedy movies “This is 40” and “The Hangover Part III”. Her following notable performance was in the comedy crime film “Identity Theft” in 2013, which grossed $174 million at the box office, while the film “The Heat” in which she starred alongside Sandra Bullock grossed $229 million.
She made her writing debut in 2014 when she wrote the filmscript for “Tammy” and portrayed the lead character, and in 2015 she starred in the comedy movie “Spy”, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
In May that year, Melissa was further rewarded with her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In 2016, Melissa starred in the dark comedy movie “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”, and most recently on 18 February 2020, she confirmed she would be playing Ursula in the upcoming movie “The Little Mermaid”.
Who is Ben Falcone?
Benjamin Scott Falcone was born in Carbondale, Illinois USA, on 25 August 1973 – his zodiac sign is Virgo and he holds American nationality. He is an actor and a moviemaker as well as a stand-up comedian, perhaps best known for his role in the romantic comedy movie “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” starring Cameron Diaz, Matthew Morrison and J. Todd Smith, and which is about five couples who are about to have babies – the movie was nominated for 12 awards without winning any.
Ben was raised as an only child in Carbondale by his mother Peg and his father Steve – his father worked at a local theatre which is how Ben became interested in acting at a very early age, however, he didn’t launch his acting career until 2002, when he appeared in a single episode of the comedy series “Yes, Dear”. He gained recognition in 2004 when he started playing a supporting character in the comedy series “Joey”, appearing in 17 episodes until 2006.
He wrote 14 episodes for the animated comedy series “The Looney Tunes Show” in 2011, and then appeared in a single episode of several series, such as “Up All Night” in 2012, “Go On” in 2013 and “New Girl” in 2014 – his latest two roles in TV series have been in “A to Z” in 2014, and “Nobodies” in 2018.
Ben is perhaps better known for his roles in movies – he made his debut film appearance in 2005 when he played Theater Patron in the family comedy movie “Cheaper by the Dozen 2” which starred Steve Martin, while some of his following roles were in the comedy movie “Smiley Face”, the romantic comedy “Enough Said” in 2013 and the comedy “Office Christmas Party” in 2016. Three of his latest roles in movies have been as Donny in the comedy “The Happytime Murders” and the biographical movie “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” both in 2018, as well as the comedy “Superintelligence”, which he also directed and produced – Ben is currently writing, directing and producing two movies – “Thunder Force” and “Margie Claus” – set to be released in 2021.