Oscar Isaac: Wiki, Height, Wife, Net Worth

 Oscar Isaac: Wiki, Height, Wife, Net Worth

Oscar Isaac is an American actor and musician. He first came to attention as the titular lead in the HBO television drama series Show Me A Hero (2015).

Which earned him critical acclaim and several accolades, including Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy nominations, and wins from the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Critics’ Choice Television Awards, and the Satellite Awards.

He played Poe Dameron in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) and (2017). In 2018, he starred in Annihilation, Alex Garland’s science fiction thriller film, for which he received praise from critics.

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Oscar Isaac Height

In the realm of body measurements, Oscar Isaac Hernandez Estrada was born in Guatemala City on March 9, 1979. He is a well-known award-winning actor, at the height of five feet and nine inches tall.

He received Golden Globe nominations for Best Actor in both 2016 and 2022, and was most recently in the HBO Max drama Scenes From a Marriage.

The HBO show, Scenes From a Marriage, features Chastain in a starring role as his on-screen wife. The series is based on the 1973 Swedish TV miniseries, Ingar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage.

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Oscar Isaac Relationship Story

The 43-year-old actor has been married since 2017 to his wife, Elvira Lind. She is a Swedish-born producer who has a diploma from Cape Town’s City Varsity School of Media and Creative Arts.
In 2014, she was given the Reel Talent Award at the Copenhagen Documentary Festival for her film Songs for Alexis.

Rumor has it that Lind, who is supposedly the same woman, and Isaac, who is in costume for the 2012 premier of his movie, Inside Llewyn Davis, met at a party and engaged in a brief discussion before meeting up again the following year.

Early Years

Oscar Isaac Hernández Estrada was born on March 9, 1979 in Guatemala City, Guatemala to a Guatemalan mother, Maria Eugenia Estrada Nicolle, and Cuban father, Oscar Gonzalo Hernández-Cano. The medical student soon moved the family to Baltimore, Maryland, then to New Orleans, Louisiana and then Miami, Florida by the mid 1980s.

Although raised in a devoutly religious family, he found himself in harmony with his father’s love for music and enjoyed directing his sister and brother with the family camera. Breaking with his conservative community, he was expelled from Westminster Christian School for misbehaviour and began to play with a series of ska bands while in school at Santaluces.

Originally on his way to the Marine Corps, Isaac joined Miami Dade College and tried balancing theater and musical performances. One theater role brought him to New York, and the promising actor decided to stay there after he got accepted into Juilliard.

Wife and Children

In early 2017, Oscar Isaac and Danish writer and director Elvira Lind were married, after reportedly starting their relationship in 2012. In April of the same year, their first child, Eugene, was born and in October 2019, a second, Mads, joined the family.

Isaac and Lind are a married couple. They also have a professional relationship: She directed her husband in The Letter Room (2020), which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film. Co-founding a production company called Mad Gene Media, they collaborated.

Awards & Achievements

‘The Nativity Story’ won Oscar Isaac the ‘MovieGuide Award’ in 2006.
For his performance in ‘Balibo,’ he received the ‘AACTA Award’ for ‘Best Actor in a Supporting Role,’ and was nominated for the ‘Film Critics Circle of Australia Award’ for ‘Best Supporting Actor.’

Aside from ‘Best Actor’ awards at ‘National Society of Film Critics Awards,’ ‘San Diego Film Critics Society Award,’ and ‘International Cinephile Society Awards,’ he won many other awards, including ‘Best Actor’ at ‘National Society of Film Critics Award. In addition, he was nominated for a ‘Golden Globe Award’ for the film.
He received the ‘National Board of Review Award’ for ‘Best Actor’ in 2014 for his role in ‘A Most Violent Year’.

Awarded a ‘Florida Film Critics Circle Award’, an ‘Online Film Critics Society Award’, and a ‘San Diego Film Critics Society Award’, he received three awards in 2015 for the movie ‘Ex Machina.’
He also received a nomination for the ‘Satellite Award’ and the ‘Critics’ Choice Television Award’ for his role in ‘Show Me a Hero’ in 2015.