Briana Pozner is a writer, actor, and filmmaker who likes to show the subtleties and contradictions of human behavior across a wide range of genres.
Most recently, she co-created, directed, and appeared in ten short episodes of the Adult Swim Smalls series The Non-Essentials (Episode One, Vimeo Staff Picked).
I Lost My Mother’s Ashes (which she co-wrote and which starred Mandy Moore), South of Bix (which Vimeo staff picked and which starred M. Emmet Walsh and Justine Lupe), and Second Date have all been shown at festivals across the US, such as the Austin Film Festival, Palm Springs Int. Shorts fest, LA Shortsfest, Hollyshorts, and Aspen Film Festival.
Her scripts have won prizes at the Austin Film Festival, the Big Break Contest, and the Launch Pad (Finalist, Top 100). Her plays have been performed at Echo Theater and other places in New York (where she won their bi-annual award honoring female playwrights). She was one of the people who started the production company Foxy Muskrat.
As an actor, she has worked with Playwrights Horizons, 59E59, Clubbed Thumb, Ensemble Studio Theater, The Humana Festival, The Flea, and others to perform and create work. TV: Blacklist and The Knick. Sarah Lawrence College gave her a BA.
She just wrote an article for the New York Times called “Why Is My Husband Marrying Her?” In the article, she talked about the problems in her relationship with her husband and how they both ended up together.
People are curious about her husband after reading her account. Therefore, we exist to satisfy your thirst. Please read on for further information.
Who Is Briana pozner’s Husband?
Briana Pozner is married to Josh Duvendeck. It seems like they both tied the knot on 8 August 2021. Josh Duvendeck is an actor and a comedian. He was born and raised in Santa Barbara, but he left that bad town in 2004 to go to the University of Southern California. Josh studied acting, improv, and comedy in high school and college, even when he wasn’t supposed to.
Josh is now a fixture in the Los Angeles comedy scene and offers high-quality giggles at reasonable costs. He’s had good improv training from UCB and The Groundlings, and he’s had acting training from John Rosenfeld Studios and Risa Bramon Garcia. He does improv, sketches, and stand-up comedy all over town.
His TV work includes Modern Family, The Middle, Parks and Recreation, Workaholics, Teen Wolf, Bones, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Conan, Game Shakers, and the In Living Color reboot pilot. Josh can also be seen in the movies Ted, Allegiant, The First Time, Backup Boyfriend, Bucky and the Squirrels, and the award-winning short Thumb. He’s proud to be a part of The Groundlings Main Company as well as Trust Fall and Frenemies.
It seems like they both are ready to welcome a new member to their family. In the article, she also revealed that she is pregnant with a baby boy.
In his Instagram bio, he also mentioned that he is the co-creator and star of The Non-Essentials on @adultswim.
How Fans Reacted To Couple’s Love Story
There is a plethora of glowing praise for the pair on social media. IG user 7sugarssweet commented, “Read this story- and what a roller coaster. I am so glad to know that you two ended up together🙌🙌.” Another user bunkkr said, “I cried tears of joy for you upon finishing this story and am so happy you ended up with your person 🤍.”