• Celeste Ackelson is married to famous actor Brian Baumgartner.
• She holds American nationality, is from the White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian.
• Celeste obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Florida International University.
• She and Brian exchanged their wedding vows in 2014 and had a daughter in 201•
• Brian has amassed a $10 million net worth through his involvement in the entertainment industry.
- 1 Who is Celeste Ackelson?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Celeste Ackelson Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background, Career
- 4 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 5 Personal Life
- 6 Who is her husband? Brian Baumgartner Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Celeste Ackelson?
Celeste Ackelson was born in 1982 in the United States; the actual date and place of her birth are unavailable. She is a 39-year-old celebrity wife, probably best recognized for being the wife of the famous actor Brian Baumgartner.
How rich is she, as of now? Celeste Ackelson Net Worth
As of early 2022, Celeste Ackelson’s net worth isn’t available since there is no information about her professional career. It is believed that she enjoys the wealth of her famous husband Brian Baumgartner, who has amassed a net worth estimated at over $10 million through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry. His net worth also includes a $2.8 million-worth home located in Los Angeles, California.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background, Career
Celeste Ackelson spent her early years somewhere in the US, where she was raised by her parents, whose names and professions are unknown, as is also whether she has siblings or is an only child. She holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding her education, she attended Florida International University, from which she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Communications. However, she lives a very private life, and has never shared any details about her career.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Celeste Ackelson has long light brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), weighs around 121lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 36-26-40, bra size 33E, dress size 8 (US), and shoe size 8.5 (US).
Celeste Ackelson and Brian Baumgartner became romantically involved in the late 2000s, after his first marriage fell apart; he was married to classical musician Julia Fisher, with whom he welcomed a child. The couple exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 26 April 2014 in the backyard of their home in Los Angeles, California. Celeste gave birth to their daughter named Brylee Bea, in March of the following year.
Who is her husband? Brian Baumgartner Short Wiki/Bio
Brian Baumgartner was born on 29 November 1972 under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius, in Atlanta, Georgia USA. Little is known about his early life, parents, and any siblings. He attended Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, after which he went to The Westminster Schools, from which he matriculated in 1991. While there, he participated in competitive speech events, and even reached the national finals as a senior. Between his junior and senior years of high school, he also attended Northwestern University’s National High School Institute, where he developed his love for acting. Upon matriculation, he enrolled in Southern Methodist University, from which he graduated with a BFA degree in Acting in 1995.
Right after his graduation, Brian relocated to Los Angeles and landed a job as Artistic Director of Hidden Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he earned various awards for artistic and acting excellence. He later performed in such theaters as the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, and Children’s Theater Company. Besides that, he pursued his career in film and TV, making his debut feature film appearance as Roger in the romantic comedy film “Herman U.S.A.” in 2001, while his TV debut came with a minor role in an episode of the NBC legal drama series “The Lyon’s Den” in 2003. He continued to make guest appearances in such TV series as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Arrested Development”, and “Jake In Progress”, among others.
Rise to Prominence
Brian booked his most prominent role to date in 2005, when he joined the main cast of the critically acclaimed NBC mockumentary sitcom “The Office”, in which he starred as Kevin Malone until the series finale in 2013, sharing the screen with such actors as Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson and John Krasinski. For his performance on the show, Brian won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Broadband Program – Comedy, which he shared with his co-casts; he even directed the episode “After Hours” in 2012. He reprised the role in such webisode series as “The Office: Kevin’s Loan” (2008), “The Office: The Outburst” (2008), “The Office: The Mentor” (2010), “The Office: The 3rd Floor” (2010), and “The Office: The Podcast” (2011), to name a few.
Concurrently, he worked on other projects and played Jim in the 2007 romantic comedy film “License To Wed”, next to Robin Williams and Mandy Moore. It was followed by his portrayals of Eric in the 2008 comedy film “Four Christmas”, alongside Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon, and Fr. Ralph O’Brien in the 2009 independent drama film “Into Temptation”. Three years later, he featured as Bob Jansen in the sci-fi film “Astronaut: The Last Push”, which was directed by Khary Payton.
In the mid-2010s, Brian mainly landed minor guest-starring roles in various TV series, including “Charles, Your Hangover”, “Criminal Minds”, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, and “Hot In Cleveland”, among others.
He also took the recurring role of Hank Jeffers in the ABC Family sitcom “Melissa & Joey” in 2015, and in the following year, he was cast as Rupert in the comedy-drama film “Ordinary World”, opposite Billie Joe Armstrong.
His next major role came in 2017, when he appeared as Dr. Olonari in the short-lived Amazon Prime Video psychological thriller series “Hand Of God”, which was followed by his portrayal of Escott in the romantic comedy film “One Last Night” in 2018. Two years later, he played Chase next to Jaime Camil and Sandra Echeverría in the Mexican comedy film “My Boyfriend’s Meds”, and landed the role of Skip Wick in the musical comedy film “Electric Jesus”.
Most recently, Brian tried himself as a voice actor, providing the voice of Walter in the Netflix animated series “Trash Truck” (2020-2021), and also voicing Klonk in the animated sports comedy film “Rumble” (2021).
In addition to his acting career, Brian is a producer, including three made-for-TV films, “Golf Therapy: Life, Lessons & The Pursuit Of Par” (2010), “Training For Tahoe: Brian And His Famous Fans” (2011), and its sequel “Training For Tahoe 2” (2012).
In 2020, he served as an executive producer and host for the podcast “An Oral History Of The Office”, which is dedicated to interviews with his “The Office” co-stars.
His most recent work includes another podcast, entitled “The Office Deep Dive With Brian Baumgartner” in 2021.