Nancy Juvonen

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Nancy Juvonen
Born May 18, 1967 [1]
Marin County, California
Occupation Film producer
Years active 1999–present
Spouse(s) Jimmy Fallon (2007–present)
Children 2

Nancy Juvonen (born May 18, 1967) is an American film producer.[2] She and Drew Barrymore own the production company Flower Films.


Juvonen graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in sociology and cooperative education.[3] After graduation she worked odd jobs. She spent time at a dude ranch in Wyoming, worked as a private flight attendant, even worked for an artist trying to erase homelessness. Eventually Ms. Juvonen got her big break as an assistant to "The Big Man" Clemons, a member of Bruce Springsteen's "E Street Band[4] .[5]

In addition to producing the film Donnie Darko, she appeared in an uncredited role as a flight attendant.

In 1993, Juvonen met Drew Barrymore through her brother Jim, a writer/producer who was working on the set of Mad Love.[2] Barrymore dared, even implored Juvonen to move to Los Angeles and start a company with her. The two subsequently founded Flower Films.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Barrymore introduced Juvonen to talk-show host Jimmy Fallon in 2005 while the three filmed Fever Pitch. After two years, the couple became engaged in August 2007 and married on December 22, 2007 in the Caribbean Necker Island.[7][8] Juvonen and Fallon have two daughters, one born in 2013 and the other in 2014. Both children were born via gestational carrier.[9][10]


As producer
As actress


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