Julianne Moore Short Bio
Julianne Moore who was born with the name Julie Anne Smith is a British-American actress and children’s author. She was born in the Fort Bragg army installation in North Carolina. She is the daughter of Peter Moore Smith,was a paratrooper in the United States Army and mother Anne was a psychologist and social worker. She is Sagittarius and consider herself as Scottish and claimed British citizenship in 2011. Due her father job, the family should moved from place to another. At the age of 16, the family moved from Falls Church, Virginia, and she then attending J.E.B. Stuart High School, to Frankfurt, Germany, and enrolled to Frankfurt American High School. She doesn’t have any interest in performing and want to be a doctor in the future. But she likes to read literature and began to act while in school. She then find her skill and interest in acting quite brilliant then decide to pursue a theatrical career. Her parents is support her but also asked her to pursue the formal education too. That why she then attending Boston University and graduated with a BFA in Theatre in 1983.
Julianne Moore Body Measurement Table
|Date of birth||December 3, 1960|
|Age||54 years old|
|Height||5 feet 4 inches|
|Hip Size||34 inches|
|Waist Size||24 inches|
|Weight||54 kg 120 pounds|
Julianne Moore Career
After a very short passage in Hollywood in 1982, she appeared in a tiny Series B Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann by William Dear, she left the California coast quickly. Julie Anne Smith moved to New York in 1983 and worked as a waitress before landing the roles of Frannie and Sabrina Hughes on the soap opera: As the World Turns.In the late 1980s she made a memorable first appearance in film in Tales from the Darkside: The Movie and returns in a ruthless business woman role in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Curtis Hanson, opposite Rebecca de Mornay. She gets finally the support of international criticism with the masterpiece of Robert Altman: Short Cuts in 1993.
In 1994, she was hired by Louis Malle for his latest film, adapted from Anton Chekhov: the unsung Vanya on 42nd Street. She quickly alternates between Hollywood blockbusters (Assassins Richard Donner, Nine Months Chris Columbus and The Lost World: Jurassic Park by Steven Spielberg in 1997) and independent films. In 1997, she worked first with Paul Thomas Anderson in Boogie Nights.During this period, she turns away from Hollywood, a small independent film Safe Todd Haynes. She plays a housewife of middle class suffering from an incurable disease. The film is elected by the Village Voice “best film of the year 1995”. At 35, she is the star of a feature film for the first time. She turns two other films directed by Todd Haynes: Far from Heaven in 2002 and I’m Not There retracing the life of Bob Dylan. she was named as “Best Actress” for Far from Heaven (1000 ranked among the greatest American films according to the New York Times and elected by the Village Voice “film of the year 2002”) and “Best Supporting Actress” for The Hours.Commercial films of the 2000s did not value and unfortunately fall into the wrong part of his filmography. She turns to the money in low-quality productions: The Forgotten by Joseph Ruben or uninspired Next Lee Tamahori in 2007. Even when it takes over the role of Clarice Starling (previously played by Jodie Foster) in Hannibal by Ridley Scott in 2000. She holds a patrician neurotic role in Savage Grace by Tom Kalin in 2007. The film tells the life and gruesome death of Barbara Baekeland: neuroses, her depression and especially her incestuous relationship with his son Antony. In 2009, she holds a short role, but remarked in A Single Man Tom Ford alongside Colin Firth.
In 2010, she formed a couple with Annette Bening in All is well! The Kids Are All Right and as Lisa Cholodenko, an independent low-budget production. In 2012, she slips into the skin of Sarah Palin for Game Change Adaptation, a book that chronicles the 2008 presidential elections in the US. After several successful comedies (Crazy, Stupid, Love, Don Jon) and new movies deemed mediocre by critics (Non-Stop, Carrie), she finds a role of high drama in Maps to the Stars by David Cronenberg in 2014.
Julianne Moore Controversy
Julianne Moore is very committed activist against the policies of George W. Bush, has openly supported the candidacy of John Kerry in the 2004 election and that of Barack Obama for the 2008 elections and 2012. She also actively campaigned in favor of sex marriage in the United States.Since 2002, she regularly uses her notoriety to help the child victims of tuberous sclerosis.
Julianne Moore Dating
Julianne Moore has been married twice. Once with John Gould Rubin (1986-1995) and then with director Bart Freundlich (since 1996) with whom she shot several times and had two children: a son, Caleb Freundlich (4 December 1997) and a daughter Liv Helen Freundlich (7 April 2002). In Trust the Man in 2006, she filmed under the direction of her husband and her son.
Julianne Moore Net Worth
Julianne Moore earn money not only as an actress. She became one of the figureheads of the French firm L’Oreal. She is also the writer too and her first book called Freckleface Strawberry, became a New York Times Best Seller in last 2007. Those makes her amount of net worth reached the number of $40 million.