Mia Swier works for Fox’s production team as a director and producer. She is also the singer and bass guitarist for Guns N’ Hoses, an all-female Guns N’ Roses parody band, and the co-founder of the production business Effin Media.
Mia Swier was born on September 1, 1985, to American parents in Alabama, United States of America. She was infatuated with acting as a child, and her idols were Dwayne Jonson and Jennifer Lawrence. She wanted to become a filmmaker because she lacked acting talent. Swier attended a local high school in her neighborhood. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies from New York University after graduating from high school.
Mia Swier Career
Mia began her career while studying at the Steinhardt School of New York University. She worked in the fields of media studies and television production, as well as for networks such as ABC, NBC, and USA Network. She also spent several years at White Cherry Entertainment, where she was in charge of production for a number of nationally televised events. Mia served as an intern at “Saturday Night Live” after graduating and went on to seek a career in the entertainment industry. In 2009, she and Dan Bricker founded “Effin Media,” a film production firm.
Mia has also been on television series such as The Tony Awards, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, The NFL Kickoff, The Thanksgiving Day Parade, One Life to Live, Nashville Star, and The Daytime Emmy Awards. In addition, Mia has co-written and produced films such as A (Not So) Civil Union and Somewhere Between. She went on to produce music videos and short films, including Keke Palmer’s “I Don’t Belong to You,” and worked in documentaries such as Californication, House of Lies, Dexter, Homeland, Weeds, Shameless, The Real L Word, Nurse Jackie, and many others.
Von Glitz Production, a Los Angeles-based company, was founded by her in 2012. Mia is a singer and bassist in a rock band. With Garrett Cillo, Alberto Duhau, and Devon Johnson, she formed the alt-punk garage rock band Shoot the Freak in 2009. She formed Guns n’ Hoses, an all-girl GNR tribute band with Charlene Kaye, Erin Marsz, Emmy Wildwood, and Gina Ilasi, after Shoot the Freak broke up in early 2012. She was the lead vocalist in the rock band Mad Moon Riot alongside Matt Hitchens, Ru Hazell, and Pou Piam until March 2015, when she had to leave due to business obligations.
Mia is currently active on Twitter in private, as she does not want to draw too much attention to herself. She goes by the handle @miaswier on Twitter, where she has 113 followers and has been active since April 2012. She and her husband have a combined Instagram account with the ID @mymiarren, where she has 400 followers and 71 followings, as well as 68 posts.
Mia Swier Biography
|1 September 1985
|Age (as of 2022)
|in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
|in Kilograms – 65 kg – in Pounds – 143 lbs
|New York University
Mia Swier married Darren Criss on February 16, 2018, in New Orleans, and the couple was later spotted at the Ace Hotel. Lea Michele, Harry Shum Jr, Chord Overstreet, and John Stamos were among the celebrities who attended the wedding. In fact, this couple had been dating for over eight years when Darren made his “Glee” debut. They announced their love and plan to marry in January 2019.
Mia Swier Net Worth
Mia Swier has a net worth of $3.5 million dollars. She gets this income entirely via her dedication to the film industry. Mia never disappoints her followers and consistently produces excellent work. She spends the majority of her time with her husband.
- While dating, Mia collaborated on a number of tracks with Darren Criss.
- Bluesy Belle Criss is Mia and Darren Criss’ daughter who was born on April 11, 2022.