Anna Marie Tendler

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Anna Marie Tendler - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career

Anna Marie Tendler is an American actress, designer, hair-stylist, make-up artist, and writer. She’s best known for her works and crafts in photography, makeup and hairstyling, and textile, partiularly her Victorian lampshades.

She’s also known as one of the earliest online beauty gurus pioneer, which arguably shot her to prominence.


In 2007, Anna Marie Tendler started running The Daily Face, a blog dedicated to makeup tutorials. It was a huge success.

MTV saw her meticulous work in her blog and offered her a section on MTV Style. Following her success, she had the opportunity to be the makeup artist for famous shows.

Some of these shows were The Old Man and the Seymour (2009), Aziz Ansari: Dangerously Delicious (2012), and John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid (2015).

She then wrote her best makeup and hairstyling tips into two books that were released in 2014 and 2017 respectively. These books were also a huge success.

Other than being a makeup artist, hairstylist, and author, Anna Marie also has an online shop called Silk Parlor. She sells handcrafted lampshades there.

In 2021, she managed to be in the Top Ten Selling Artists at the Other Art Fair in Los Angeles with her Victorian lampshades.

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  • Real Name: Annamarie Tendler
  • Stage Name: Anna Marie Tendler
  • Nickname: Anna Marie
  • Birthday: June 9, 1985
  • Birthplace: Connecticut, United States
  • Zodiac Sign: Gemini
  • Nationality: American
  • Religion: Jewish
  • Professions: Makeup Artist, Designer, Hairstylist, Writer, Actress
  • Education: Vidal Sassoon and the Make-Up Designory, Parsons School of Design, The New School (Bachelor of Arts), New York University Steinhardt
  • Hobbies: Singing, dancing
  • Facebook: –
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  • Instagram: @jannamtendler
  • TikTok: @annamtendler
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Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance

  • Height: 168 cm (5’6”)
  • Weight: 53 kg (117 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Dark brown
  • Eye Color: Dark brown
  • Body Measurements: 33-24-34 (Bust -33, Waist -24, and Hips -34 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 6.5 (US)
  • Dress Size: –


  • Father: –
  • Mother: – 
  • Brother: Jesse Ryan Tendler
  • Sister: –

Husband, Boyfriend, & Dating History

John Mulaney

She tied the knot with John, an American comedian, on July 2014 in New York. She, along with Petunia their French Bulldog, were often mentioned in John’s stand-up routines.

It’s revealed that he’s leaving her on May 2021, as he got romantically involved with Olivia Munn who’d become pregnant with his child.

She stated, through her spokesperson, that she felt ” heartbroken that John has decided to end our marriage,” but continue to “wish him support and success as he continues his recovery.”

Their divorce was finalized on early 2022.

Nicholas Tran

In February 2023, Page Six reported that she’s been dating Nicholas, an NYC chef, for a couple of months. The couple reportedly have traveled together to Japan.

Net Worth

As cited from multiple sources, she owns around $600 thousand of net worth in estimation. She appeared to have accumulated her wealth through working as a multimedia artist.


  • Anna Marie went to The New School in New York and studied psychology and writing. However, following a year, she chose to leave school to focus on building a career in arts.
  • She also studied photography at Parsons School of Design in New York. She is a good photographer. She frequently shares the photos she takes on her Instagram.
  • Anna Marie raised a French bulldog named Petunia Tendler-Mulaney.
  • Her dog, Petunia, has her very own social media account, @laviepetunia. In fact, she is quite well known on Instagram.
  • She is the author of two books: The Daily Face: 25 Makeup Looks for Day, Night, and Everything In Between! (2014) and Pin It!: 20 Fabulous Bobby Pin Hairstyles (2017).
  • Anna Marie was brought up in a Jewish family.
  • She has an online business named Silk Parlor where she sells custom Victorian lampshades.
  • Anna Marie is a very private person. Despite having been around the entertainment industry for years, he has not done many interviews and has mostly kept her private life out of the spotlight.
  • She is a traveler at heart. Some of the places she has visited are Iceland, England, and France.
  • Her ideal type is…

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TV Series

  • Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Crackle | 2012), as a cameo

TV Shows

  • John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch (Netflix | 2019), as a cameo
  • Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls (YouTube | 2015), as a makeup artist
  • MTV Style (MTV | 2007), as a correspondent


  • Pin It!: 20 Fabulous Bobby Pin Hairstyles (Chronicle Books | 2017), as the author
  • The Daily Face: 25 Makeup Looks for Day, Night, and Everything In Between! (Chronicle Books | 2014), as the author


“I do miss my friends, and I am aware that I’m maybe a little too young to be living in the middle of the woods by myself. I was able to create the space that, even as a child, I always wanted to live in.”

“Everything that has transpired has been totally shocking and I think surreal. In a way, I feel like, well, it can only go up from here, because I reached the depth of where I could go.”

“I had a lot of bad days and medium days. I wouldn’t say I had any good days until the summer.”

“I feel so lucky that so much of my work is this mundane, detail-oriented handwork. I’m working with a needle and thread, and it’s like, if I’m not on it, I’m going to prick myself with a needle and fuck something up.”

“Just have your whole life fall apart and then develop a hand skill!”

“I am in a place where I am able to make money from my art, which is amazing and is great but is also terrifying because I have a very strong inner critic, which is constantly reminding me that this could and will disappear if you don’t continue to make new work. And what if the next project that I work on doesn’t resonate with people in the way that this did?”

“There were things I never even thought about before because that was just a closed door. So now that it feels like not as much of a closed door, it’s something that I ruminate on a lot.”

“I feel lucky that I get to be standing on the precipice of all of these new things, that I get to possibly experience, and who knows how they will go? And there is certainly something exciting about that.”

“Change can be soft and small. Change can be large and loud. Change cannot be warded off. Try as you might to shut the metaphorical door, to fasten the locks and batten down the hatches, you soon discover that change is an angry mob with pitchforks and torches – resist or acquiesce, it is here to burn your house down. The age-old adage stands: the only constant is change.”

“It is tempting to construct a poetic list of all we’ve watched slip through our hands, but what’s the point? We already know it and we grieve it daily. Even if we speak of a future when ‘things will go back to normal,’ our cautiously hopeful tones belie reality. Inertia has propelled us forward, there is no going back, there is no ‘back’ to go back to. Normal means something different now.”

“My own brain is well acquainted with the elusiveness of hope that materializes in sporadic and ephemeral waves. I suppose, in part, this is what it means to live with depression and anxiety.”

“Melancholia is often amplified by circumstance and the circumstances of my year have been harsh and punishing. I find myself asking, ‘when will I feel normal?’ but in reality I recognize that the normal from before has expired; ‘normal’ is an impossibility, there is only ‘new.’”

“How, precisely, do we sit with, in order to move through? We call our friends; we allow ourselves to laugh. We cry in parked cars. We work; we rest. We throw plates just to watch them break; we make things with our hands. We write, we read, we watch movies. We listen to music. We run, or walk, or sprint, or dance. We ask for help or learn to ask for help. We love or learn to love again.”

Anna Marie Tendler is a true multidisciplinary artist with an eye for aesthetics. Her passion for the arts is deeply ingrained in all of her works.