• Cleo Buckman Schwimmer is the only child of actor David Schwimmer and his ex-wife Zoe Buckman
• She is 11 years old and is a self-declared vegetarian
• David Schwimmer is an actor with a net worth of $85 million, who was previously in a relationship with Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia
• Zoe Buckman is a visual artist with a net worth of $8 million and is a niece of Peter Buckman, a famous English writer and literary agent
• Cleo's parents have remained good friends since their divorce in 2017 for her benefit
Who is Cleo Buckman Schwimmer?
Cleo Buckman Schwimmer is the only child of famous actor David Schwimmer and his ex-wife Zoe Buckman. She is a celebrity child and still hasn’t pursued a career on her own, though she’s already shown an interest in acting, and is apparently ready to follow in her father’s footsteps.
Cleo Buckman Schwimmer Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Cleo Buckman Schwimmer was born on 8 May 2011 under the Taurus zodiac sign, in New York City, USA.
The young celebrity came to prominence in 2020 when she was pictured by her mother with a completely new look, as she’d shaved her long brown hair. Since then, her hair has grown back a bit, and the media has already praised her new look.
Cleo’s parents have been divorced since 2017, and she spends the majority of her time with her mother Zoe, though David is also close to her. However, there is no information about their custody arrangements, though they seem to raise their daughter together, and have remained good friends for Cleo’s benefit.
Cleo is a self-declared vegetarian, having decided to exclude meat from her diet when she was just five years old. She’s now 11 years old and still in school, though the family hasn’t revealed which school she attends.
Cleo Buckman Schwimmer’s Father, David Schwimmer – Short Bio
David Lawrence Schwimmer was born on 2 November 1966, in Queens, New York City USA. He’s the son of Arthur Schwimmer and his wife Arlene Coleman-Schwimmer, both lawyers. Of Jewish ancestry, David is the younger in the family, and has an older sister Ellie.
The family moved to Los Angeles, California and settled in Beverly Hills, where he went to Beverly Hills High School. Previously, he attended a Shakespeare workshop held by Sir Ian McKellen, after which he entered a contest in the Southern California Shakespeare Festival, and in three years David won two first prizes, which only increased his interest in acting.
He had a tough time blending in at high school, and found solace in drama classes; encouraged by his drama teacher, he attended a summer acting program at Northwestern University in Chicago.
Following his high school matriculation, David wanted to start his acting career immediately, however, concerned for his future, his parents advised him to go to college before pursuing acting professionally. As a result, David enrolled at Northwestern University from where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater and speech.
David moved back to Los Angeles, where he started pursuing his acting career, making his debut in 1989 in the television thriller film “A Deadly Silence”, with Mike Farrell, Bruce Weitz and Charles Haid in the lead roles.
Two years later, he appeared in the film “Flight of the Intruder”, and was then selected for the part of Michael in the TV series “The Wonder Years” (1991-1992). After a few other television roles, such as the part of City Attorney Dana Romney in the TV series “L.A. Law”, David secured his career role as Dr. Ross Geller in the TV comedy series “Friends”. He appeared in all 235 episodes from 1994 through 2004 in the Primetime Emmy Award-winning series, co-starring Jennifer Aniston. Lisa Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc.
The role made him popular on an international level, and won him several awards, including the joint Screen Actors Guild Award in the category for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
David has had several other popular roles, including as Father Leo Jerome in the fantasy comedy-crime film “Picking Up the Pieces” (2000), co-starring Woody Allen and Angelica Aragon, then as Herbert M. Sobel in the TV mini-series “Band of Brothers” (2001), while in 2005 he portrayed Duane Hopwood in the comedy-drama film of the same name.
He played Josh Rosenthal in the crime-drama biopic “The Iceman”, starring Michael Shannon, Chris Evans and James Franco.
In 2016, he joined the cast of “American Crime Story” as Robert Kardashian, and from 2018 to 2019 he played Noah Broader in seven episodes of the TV series “Will & Grace”. Most recently, David portrayed Jerry Bernstein in the TV comedy series “Intelligence” (2020-2021), co-starring Nick Mohammed and Jane Stanness.
David’s love life hasn’t been the center of the media attention for some time, but he and Cleo’s mother married in 2010, having met in 2007 in London, but divorced in 2017.
Since then, he hasn’t talked about his love life, but previously in the ‘90s, he was in a romantic relationship with Australian singer and songwriter Natalie Imbruglia.
David Schwimmer’s net worth has been estimated at over $85 million as of late-2021, earned through his successful career as an actor, during which he’s appeared in more than 50 film and TV titles, all of which have added to his wealth.
Cleo Buckman’s Mother, Zoe Buckman – Short Bio
Zoe Buckman was born on 13 September 1985, in Hackney, East London, England. The daughter of Jennie Buckman, a playwright and acting teacher, and Nick Blatchley who was a government health official, she’s also the niece of Peter Buckman, a famous English writer, and literary agent.
Inclined towards the arts from an early age, Zoe has become a visual artist and is best known for her artwork such as “Heavy Rag”, “Present Life”, and “Let Her Rave”. She collaborated with Natalie Frank on the mural at New York Live Arts in 2017, entitled “We Hold These Truths To Be Self Evident”.
According to authoritative sources, Zoe Buckman’s net worth has been estimated at over $8 million, earned largely through her career as a visual artist.