Danielle Pinnock is an American actress, writer, and comedian who was born on May 11, 1988. Pinnock is a main character on the CBS show Ghosts (2021–), where she plays “Alberta,” a jazz singer from the 1920s during Prohibition.
When it comes to her personal life, Danielle Pinnock is happily married to her longtime husband, Jack Wallace. Wallace works in the film and TV industry as a dialect coach. On August 10, 2013, the happy couple exchanged vows.
While pursuing her graduate degree at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Danielle Pinnock met up with Wallace. Read on to find know the details of Danielle and Jack’s relationship.
In Which Situation Did Danielle And Jack Got Married?
In case you were wondering, Danielle and Jack had an expected marriage in an expected way.
Danielle Pinnock and Jack Wallace tied the knot on August 10, 2013. The ceremony took place in the emergency room of a Teaneck hospital.
Yes, you heard it right, they tied the knot in the emergency room after her mother suffered a stroke the night before the ceremony. Nonetheless, they were able to do the ceremony in the intensive care unit. At that time, 8-10 guests were present for the exchange of vows.
On August 10, 2022, the beautiful pair celebrated their nine years of marriage. Jack posted a series of photos on his Instagram account with his wife, Danielle. He captioned the post, “My Wednesday wisdom is to find the person you want to share your life with. Happy 9th Anniversary my love 🥰😘 @bodycourage“
Danielle also paid a birthday tribute to his husband via Instagram post. She uploaded a photo of her husband and captioned it, “Happy Birthday to the most incredible husband on the planet. 9 years married and you still give me butterflies. @accentcoachjack I love you beyond and I am so inspired by and proud of you. Hope today is the best day ever!!!”
The two of them spending a lot of good times together.
All You Need To Know About Danielle Pinnock’s Education
Pinnock was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to parents who came from Jamaica. He lived in Teaneck, New Jersey, until he was 10 years old. She started doing local theatre in the fifth grade, both at school and at the Garage Theater Group. She did things in the performing arts at Saddle River Day School when she was in high school. When she was 16, her father died.
She went to Temple University and got a bachelor’s degree in theatre and communications. There, she met Quinta Brunson, who was also a student.
She went to the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to get her master’s degree in acting. She talked to about 300 people for her one-woman dissertation show Body/Courage, which is about body image and diet culture. She then did the show for five years. Pinnock later got a grant to study improv and sketch comedy at Chicago’s Second City.