Aubrey Plaza is married! On May 7, the actress confirmed her marriage to Jeff Baena as she referred to him as her “husband.” Here’s a look at who is Jeff as we explore their relationship.
The news of Aubrey’s marriage comes as a shock as the actress went on to casually reveal this detail in her Instagram post. Several people have been reacting to the news on Twitter as well. Aubrey slipped in this detail while promoting Jeff’ film.
Who is Aubrey Plaza’s husband Jeff Baena?
Jeff is an American screenwriter and film director. He is known for his works like The Little Hours, Life After Beth, Joshy, and others. Jeff had always known he was interested in working on films.
He started his career by working as a production assistant for Robert Zemeckis. During his time with Robert, Jeff grew his skills. Following this, he got a job as an assistant editor for David O. Russell. The pair even went on to write four scripts together.
Amid his professional success, Jeff was not shy to talk about his personal life. He and Aubrey started dating in 2011 and the two revealed they are married in 2021.
Aubrey Plaza and Jeff Baena’s relationship explored
Jeff and Aubrey started dating in 2011, and since then, the two have also worked professionally together. The pair shocked the world on May 7 when they announced their marriage.
Aubrey wrote in an Instagram post: “So proud of my darling husband @jeffbaena for dreaming up another film that takes us to Italia to cause some more trouble 😈 excited to be reunited with the amazing @alisonbrie (who also co-wrote this one!) and @theofficialsuperstar @sordociego @lauren_weedman and so many more fun people in this. Preparati!”
It is unclear at the moment when the pair got married. Before revealing the news about her marriage, Aubrey had spoken about spending the quarantine with Jeff.
In an interview with People, she said: “We were quarantined for months and months like everybody else. And we did enjoy it. I think it was, obviously other than all of the catastrophic things happening in the world, just on a personal level, relationship level, was kind of nice to just be forced to be in one place for that long. Could have gone either way, I guess.”