- Full Name Ida Darvish
- Occupation Actress, Producer & Director
- Nationality American
- Birth Date Oct 14, 1975
- Age 46 Years, 11 Months
Ida Darvish | BiographyVoice Actress in Game 'Assassins Creed'
Darvish is married to her fellow actor Josh Gad. She first met Gad in 2004 after they were cast to play a married couple in the David Ives play 'All in the Timing'. The two eventually became real-life partners. They exchanged wedding vows on 10 May 2008 in an intimate wedding ceremony.
Ida Darvish is an American actress and producer best recognized for playing Marta Alvarez in the 2016 film Inferno.
Who is Ida Darvish?
Ida Darvish is an on-screen and voice actress born on 14 October 1975.
She is known for her roles in movies such as Inferno (2016) as Marta Alvarez, She Wants Me (2012) as Helen, and The Astronaut Farmer (2006) as an Italian anchorwoman.
She is also known for voicing various characters in the Assassin's Creed video game series such as Assassin's Creed (2007), Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (2010), and Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)
Furthermore, Darvish appeared in multiple television series, notably as a Common House Proprietor on The Mandalorian in 2019. Her other television series credits included Californication, Eleventh Hour, Gigi: Almost American, The Comedians, and Kwikee Date. She also appeared in television movies such as Rent Control (2009) and Call Me Crazy: A Five Film (2013).
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Darvish began her acting career with the 2001 short film AppleJax and YoYo.
Her other short film credits include Possibility (2005), Rick Speed, Private Shrink (2007), Big Guy (2009), and One Last Thing (2020).
In addition to her acting career, Darvish served as a writer and executive producer of the television series Gigi: Almost American.
She also executive produced the 2009 film The Lost Nomads: Get Lost!, in which she also starred as Andrea Waschovia.
Additionally, she produced the short movie Rick Speed, Private Shrink (2007), and the television movie Rent Control (2009).
Darvish is married to her fellow actor Josh Gad. She first met Gad in 2004 after they were cast to play a married couple in the David Ives play All in the Timing.
The two eventually became real-life partners. They exchanged wedding vows on 10 May 2008 in an intimate wedding ceremony.
Gad shared wedding photographs of the pair on their 12th anniversary in 2020, calling Darvish "the most amazing life partner" in the caption.
The couple co-starred in films like She Wants Me and The Lost Nomads: Get Lost! Together the couple also runs a production company called Angry Child.
Darvish shares two daughters with her husband. The pair welcomed their first daughter, Ava Tanya Gad, on 3 August 2011, and their second daughter, Isabella Eve Gad, on 17 February 2014.
Who is Josh Gad?
Darvish's husband, Josh Gad, is a voice actor, actor, and singer famous for voicing Olaf in Disney's Frozen franchise. He won several awards, including the 'Annie Award' for 'Outstanding Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production' for Frozen (2013) and Frozen II (2019).
He also won the 'BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting Award' and the 'BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award' for 'Best Vocal Performance in a Feature Film in a Supporting Role' for Frozen.
Besides his famous role as Olaf, Gad is also known for voicing Muncher in Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021), Chuck in The Angry Birds Movie 1 and 2 (2016 and 2019), Louis in Ice Age 4: Continental Drift (2012), and Bandana Dog in Marmaduke (2010).
Furthermore, he notably played LeFou in Beauty and the Beast (2017), Ludlow Lamonsoff in Pixel (2015), Doug Harris in The Wedding Ringer (2015), and Miles in 21 (2008), to name a few.
Gad is also a stage actor. He portrayed the role of Elder Cunningham in the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon, for which he was nominated for a 'Tony Award' for 'Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical' in 2011.
His most recent acting roles include the voice of Birdie in the Apple TV+ animated sitcom Central Park and Herman Judd in the HBO sci-fi comedy series Avenue 5.