Ellie Schwimmer is the older sister of American actor David Schwimmer, who is known for his various television. David gained national recognition in the 1990s when he played the role of Ross in the American sitcom Friends. Ellie was born to lawyers Arlene Coleman and Arthur Schwimmer on June 18, 1965 in New York.
Early Life and Education
Ellie Schwimmer had a great childhood; her parents loved her, and despite their busy schedules, they created time for their kids. Ellie and her younger brother had a close bond; they used to play together, and given their slight age difference, they looked like twins. They used to fight a lot, but they loved each other.
When Ellie was 11, her family moved from Flushing, Queens, New York, to Los Angeles, California. Her brother had won a role in television, so the family moved to Los Angeles to support their son. Her parents continued practicing law in Los Angeles, and whatever earnings they got were able to cater to the family’s financial needs.
Regarding her education, Ellie Schwimmer is educated; she started her elementary education in New York before her family relocated to Los California. Soon after completing her elementary education, she joined high school in Los Angeles, California. She was a great student in school, and her classmates and teachers loved her.
After high school, she joined college, where she studied law; she studied at Loyola Law School from 1998 to 2001. She seems to have been passionate about what her parents had been doing, so she decided to follow in their footsteps.
Ellie Schwimmer is a married woman; she has been married to Sandro Carotti since 2005. It is unclear how they met, but they have been together for nearly two decades. They have not revealed any details about their children, and it is hard to tell the number of children they have. She has been a good wife and a great mother to her children, and even though her career demands so much from her, she always finds time for her family.
Before joining college, Ellie Schwimmer worked as a creative director at Famous Music Publishing; she spent five years with the company and had a significant impact. Besides her career in the music industry, she also tried acting, and she is known for Since You’ve Been Gone. Things did not seem to work for Ellie at some point, and she enrolled in a law course after her parent’s advice.
She started working as a clerk for Stephen V. Wilson in Los Angeles when she completed her college degree. After her one-year spell as a clerk, Ellie Schwimmer moved to Glendale, where she worked as an attorney for J. Andrew Coombs, Esq for a year. In May 2003, Ellie moved to Beverly Hills and started working as an attorney at Keats McFarland & Wilson LLP.
Ellie now serves as the Senior Vice President of Live Nation Entertainment, Inc., holding the position for the past sixteen years. Ellie is great at what she does, and this has seen her rise through the ranks, starting as an attorney and now a senior vice president in an entertainment company.