March 22, 2023

Who is Malissa Longo? (Aron Eisenberg Wife) Bio, Wiki, Age, Parents, Career, Husband, Children, Facebook

Malissa Longo Bio, Wiki

Malissa Longo is renown for being the wife to the late actor Aron Eisenberg, an American actor, and filmmaker known for his role as Nog on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Eisenberg died on Saturday, September 21st, 2019 with his wife Longo breaking the news in a touching tribute on Facebook. He was 50 years old.

Malissa Longo Ealy Life & Background

Malissa Long father was a U.S. Air Force service member. She spent much of her childhood in England. Like many children of military service members, her family moved often. She was born in Conway, South Carolina but moved shortly after her birth, according to her IMDB profile.

Until she was about 10 years old, her family moved between Air Force bases around England. Her family then moved back to the United States. They first moved to Ohio and then settled in Colorado. She began dancing in recitals, acting, and singing. Longo eventually moved to New York to pursue a career in musical theater, her profile said.

“Malissa began performing on stage at a very young age, first in dance recitals, then eventually acting and singing. She uprooted herself to New York City in pursuit of a career in musical theater and soon found she had an affinity for the screen, as well as, the stage,” her profile said.

Malissa Longo Education & Career

Malissa Longo studied at the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York City, according to her Facebook page. Her IMDB profile shows that she has appeared on several TV shows, including “Valor Infinity: The Evander Chronicles,” “Renegades,” “Blade of Honor,” and in the TV movie “Porcelain Dolls.”

Malissa Longo & Aron Eisenberg

Longo and Eisenberg were married on December 28, 2018. They were planning to have a big wedding to celebrate their union, but they were waiting to save up money, she wrote in the Facebook post. The two were engaged November 26, 2016, after dating for about three years, according to They were together for about six years.

Malissa Longo Supported her Husband after being diagnosed with Kidney Failure

Back in 2016, Longo created a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for a kidney for her then-fiance. He was scheduled for kidney transplant surgery on December 29th, 2015. She wrote that she was his primary caregiver, and neither of them would be able to work. She also wrote they wanted to help the donor pay for her lost work time and any other financial needs. The excess funds would go toward a charity benefiting organ donors and transplant recipients, she wrote on the page.

The campaign exceeded its $10,000 goal by nearly $4,000.

Eisenberg was born with only one kidney, and it was failing by the time he was in his teens. He had his first kidney transplant at age 17, which was from a cadaver, according to

On January 6th, 2016, which is also Eisenberg birthday, Longo posted updates following the surgery and said he was recovering. She said the new kidney seemed to be functioning well.

“We should be hiking the hills of California, in no time,” she wrote about a week after the surgery.

“Aron has changed my life in ways I never could have imagined… in the best possible ways. When we met, it was as if something clicked. It sounds cliche but I knew right away that this man would play an important role if my life. I could see a future with him,” Longo wrote in the update.

She also echoed a sentiment she shared in the moving announcement of his death, calling him her “California.”

Eisenberg, in full Nog costume, thanked his fans for their support and became emotional on stage at Las Vegas con. “I wouldn’t be here today without that second transplant,” he said. “I’m doing very well.”

Aron Eisenberg, His Death & Cause

Aron Eisenberg was born on January 6th, 1969 and died on September 21st, 2019). He was an American actor and filmmaker known for his role as Nog on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Eisenberg died on September 21st, 2019 at the age of 50.

Malissa Longo wrote a touching Facebook post announcing her husband’s death. She described her husband as “intelligent,” “funny,” and “empathetic.”