If you are a fan of fantasy, mystery, and comedy movie genres, then the name Bill Pullman would be familiar. He is an American actor who is best known for his roles in movies such as Casper, Independence Day, among several others. He began acting in the early 1990s and has several awards to show for all his hard work. As is often the case, people associated with famous people are usually dragged into the spotlight. This is the case with Tamara Hurwitz, the wife of Bill Pullman.
Tamara Hurwitz is famously known as the wife of Bill rather than for her exploits as a dancer. She is a very creative woman who conveys messages through modern dance. She is most popular in her dance career for her performance at the Arena Stage theatre where she performed the dance titled Healing Wars, alongside other dancers. She has also appeared in a few documentary films.
Tamara is a successful wife and mother as well; she has been happily married to Bill Pullman for thirty years and also has a good relationship with her kids. Unlike most Hollywood families that have many controversies, that of the Pullmans scarcely does. She is particularly closer to her first child and only daughter, Maesa.
Tamara Hurwitz – Bio
Tamara Hurwitz was born on February 6th, however, her birth year is unknown and undisclosed. There is not much information on her childhood, except that she loved dancing as a child. She is also of Norwegian descent and an American citizen. Nothing is known of her parents or if she has any siblings.
From the above information, it can easily be concluded that Tamara prefers to keep her personal life private. Nothing is also known of Tamara’s educational history. Professionally, she is a dancer. Out of all the genres of dance, Tamara is well abreast with modern dance. During the course of her 30-year career, she has worked with several companies including Jose Limon Dance Company in New York, Pacific Dance Ensemble in Oregon, Ann Vachon Dance Conduit in Philadelphia, and Rosanna Gamson Worldwide in Los Angeles – all in the United States.
Under these companies, she performed severally at theatres and events. Tamara Hurwitz did not only dance but was also a dance instructor as she has held classes in a variety of settings which include rural storefronts, dance conservatories, and urban YMCAs.
Tamara has collaborated with a few dancers to produce amazing dance works. One of such is Tracy Penfield. She began working with Tracy in 1980 and in 2014, they came together once again to produce a masterpiece called Passing. It was inspired by the loss of their loved ones – for Tamara, it was the death of her loving parents. Passing premiered at Randolph’s Chandler Center for the Arts on April 28, 2014.
Asides from dancing, Tamara has appeared in documentary films. She starred alongside her husband in a documentary called The Fruit Hunters. This documentary sort to explain the relationship between man and food since the inception of the world. In 2014, she featured once again with her husband in Parables of War. A short documentary that seeks to understand how civilization can heal the wounds of war.
Tamara Hurwitz’s Family Life – Husband & Kids
Tamara Hurwitz is married to Bill Pullman who is a renowned actor and they have been together for over 30 years with no signs of slowing down on the love they have for each other.
It is not known when the couple met or when they began dating but they tied the knot on January 3, 1987. Like most aspects of Tamara’s personal life, the location and other details of her wedding have been kept private. She gave birth to their first child a little over one year after her wedding. In 1988, Maesa was born and after her, Jack came along, followed by Lewis who was born on January 29, 1993.
Bill Pullman, Tamara’s husband was born on 17 December 1953. He featured in his debut movie in 1986. Since then, he has been in the business of recreating reality through acting. He is popular for movies like Independence Day and Casper among others. He also has a lot of awards under his belt.
The Pullmans are a loving and closely knitted family. They value spending time with each other even after all the kids have grown up and left their parent’s house.