Danielle Pinnock was born on May 11, 1988, in the United States. She is an actress, a writer, and a comedian. Pinnock plays “Alberta,” a jazz singer from the 1920s during Prohibition, on the CBS show Ghosts (2021–), where she is a main character.
Danielle Pinnock is happily married to her husband Jack Wallace, whom she has been with for a long time. Wallace works as a dialect coach in the movie and TV business. On August 10, 2013, the couple said their vows to each other.
Danielle Pinnock met Wallace when she was in graduate school at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Read on to learn more about how Danielle and Jack got together.
When Did They Get Married?
Danielle and Jack got married in an expected way, in case you were wondering.
On August 10, 2013, Danielle Pinnock and Jack Wallace got married. The event was held in the emergency room of a hospital in Teaneck.
Yes, you heard that right. They got married in the emergency room because her mother had a stroke the night before the ceremony. Even so, they were able to do the ceremony in the intensive care unit. At that time, there were between 8 and 10 guests at the wedding.
On August 10, 2022, the couple celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary. Jack put a bunch of pictures of himself and his wife Danielle on his Instagram account. He wrote in the post’s caption, “My Wednesday wisdom is to find the person you want to spend your life with. Happy 9th Anniversary, my love 🥰😘!
Danielle also used Instagram to wish her husband a happy birthday. She posted a picture of her husband and wrote, “Happy Birthday to the best husband in the world.” Even after 9 years of marriage, you still make me feel butterflies. @accentcoachjack I love you so much and look up to you and am so proud of you. I hope today is the best day ever!!!”
Both of them had a lot of fun times together.
Danielle Pinnock Professional Life
Pinnock’s parents were from Jamaica, but they lived in Boston, Massachusetts, when he was born. Up until he was 10 years old, he lived in Teaneck, New Jersey. In the fifth grade, she started doing local theater at school and with the Garage Theater Group. When she was in high school, she did things in the performing arts at Saddle River Day School. Her father died when she was 16.
She went to Temple University and got a bachelor’s degree in theater and communications. There, she met another student named Quinta Brunson.
She got her master’s degree in acting from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. For her one-woman dissertation show Body/Courage, which is about body image and diet culture, she talked to about 300 people. Then, for five years, she did the show. Pinnock later got a grant to go to Chicago’s Second City to study improv and sketch comedy.