Who is Nancy Juvonen?
Nancy Juvonen was born on 18 May 1967, in Marin County, California, USA, and is a film producer, but perhaps better known for being the wife of television host Jimmy Fallon, who is known particularly for his work in “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”. She co-owns the production company called Flower Films, alongside actress Drew Barrymore.
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The Wealth of Nancy Juvonen
Nancy has accrued significant wealth during her career as a film producer in Hollywood. She’s worked on the background of numerous popular films, and presumably also shares in the wealth of her husband, who has a net worth estimated to be over $60 million. The growth of their wealth does not seem to be coming to a halt any time soon.
Early Life and Education
Nancy is of Finnish descent – her father was aviation industry executive William H. Juvonen, who was a former Marine Aviator. While undertaking a gunnery mission while undergoing fleet replacement pilot training, he experienced wing failure and ejected from his jet. This event would later be commemorated by his son-in-law Jimmy Fallon.
Her life growing up was mostly uneventful – after matriculating from high school, she enrolled at the University of Southern California, taking up a degree in sociology and co-operative education. USC is a private university located in Los Angeles, with its history dating back to 1880. It is the oldest private research university in the state, with over 20,000 students enrolled annually for its undergraduate programs alone. It’s a highly selective school, with many of its alumni finding success in their respective fields. They have the second highest number of college football players to be drafted into the National Football League (NFL). It is the largest single employer in the city.
Career Beginnings and Film Production
Following the completion of her degree, Juvonen started by taking odd jobs to make ends meet. She moved to Wyoming for a while, and worked on a ranch before she served as a private flight attendant. Afterwards, she worked for an artist whose goal was to eradicate homelessness. Eventually, she got one of her biggest positions as an assistant to the E Street Band member, Clarence Clemons. He is a musician, actor, and saxophonist who played alongside Bruce Springsteen for most of his career until his passing.
In 1993, her brother – who was working as a writer for the film “Mad Love” – introduced her to actress Drew Barrymore, which would lead to the two creating the film production company called Flower Films. The company has been responsible for the creation of numerous films and television shows since its inception; some of its most notable projects include “Charlie’s Angels” (and the subsequent 2019 version), “50 First Dates” and “Fever Pitch”. On television, some of the shows they worked on include “Tough Love Couples” and “Knife Fight”. They also produced the 2017 show entitled “Santa Clarita Diet”.
Husband – Jimmy Fallon
James Thomas Fallon Jr. is a singer, actor, comedian, writer, producer, and television host. He first rose to fame as one of the cast members of the show “Saturday Night Live”, a fulfillment of a childhood dream. He gained a huge amount of fame as a part of the show in which he appeared for six years, earning celebrity status. Following the end of his run with the show he started an acting career, with films such as “Taxi” and “Fever Pitch”. However, this foray proved unsuccessful compared to his comedy sketch work.
He returned to television, and was offered to host “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” which aired on NBC. As such, he became known for his emphasis on games and music, and his success lead him to being offered a position as the sixth permanent host of the long running “The Tonight Show”, which he took over in 2014. The show also aired on NBC, with him appearing alongside Steve Higgins and the band The Roots. He is currently under contract to remain as the host of the show until at least 2021.
Aside from his television work, he’s also released five books and two comedy albums.
Juvenon met Jimmy Fallon on the set of the film “Fever Pitch” and the two were introduced to each other thanks to Drew Barrymore. Drew had invited Jimmy to a birthday party she threw for her friend, leading to Nancy and Fallon starting to date. A few months later, he proposed to her at Nancy’s family home in New Hampshire, during sunset with an engagement ring designed by Neil Lane; the two married four months later in 2007. They now have two daughters together, both born through a surrogate mother, a process in which a woman agrees to become pregnant to give birth for another person if pregnancy is medically impossible, or they don’t wisj to risk damage to their body, including looks!.
The family owns an English cream Golden Retriever named Gary Frick who’s become a celebrity thanks to appearances in “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”. Namcy has mostly kept out of the spotlight, though is not averse to making public appearances or doing interviews. She mentioned that when it comes to comedy, it is important to always think of what is to come, and plan ahead like a game of chess.