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Who Is Jeremy Strong's Wife, Emma Wall?

On Succession, we’ve seen Jeremy Strong portray a dim-witted, insecure business man. (A performance that earned him a well-deserved Emmy nod, BTW.) But in real life, Strong couldn’t be more different. Especially when it comes to his relationship with his wife, Emma Wall.

As it turns out, the actor and his partner have been happily married for six years. But we want to know, how did they meet? And what does Emma do? Here, a detailed look at the couple’s relationship.

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1. Who is Jeremy Strong’s wife?

Strong’s wife is Emma Wall, a Denmark native who works as a child psychiatrist. Not much is known about Wall, and she doesn't appear to be on social media, so it's safe to say she leads a very private life.

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2. When did the couple first meet?

Strong and Wall first met in 2012 while attending a party in New York. And according to The Guardian, it all went down during Hurricane Sandy.

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3. When did Strong and Wall get married?

After hitting it off, the couple dated for four years before tying the knot at a gorgeous castle, called Dragsholm Slot, in Denmark in 2016. While speaking with The Guardian, Strong gushed about his wife’s home country and said, “I love Denmark. I find it a very sane and gentle place. It feels like a refuge for me.”

Now, the couple lives in New York, but they also own a house in Copenhagen and a vacation home in Tisvilde.

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4. Do they have children?

Strong and his wife are the proud parents of three children: Ingrid, born in 2018; Clara, born in 2019; and their most recent bundle of joy, born in 2021. According to Wall, Strong has already mastered the art of juggling his career with his parenting duties. She told The New Yorker, “He does a really good job of maintaining what he’s doing, but also creating a space for the family and a normal life.” 

Keep up the amazing work, you two.