Julianne Moore

Moore in 2016 Julie Anne Smith (born December 3, 1960), known professionally as Julianne Moore, is an American actress and author. Prolific in film since the early 1990s, she is recognized for her portrayals of emotionally-troubled women in both independent and blockbuster films. Her accolades include an Academy Award, two Golden Globe Awards and two Primetime Emmy Awards. In 2015, ''Time'' magazine named Moore one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and in 2020, ''The New York Times'' ranked her #11 in its list of the "25 Greatest Actors of the 21st Century".

After studying theatre at Boston University, Moore began her career with a series of television roles. From 1985 to 1988, she was a regular in the soap opera ''As the World Turns'', earning a Daytime Emmy Award for her performance. Her film debut was in ''Tales from the Darkside: The Movie'' (1990), and she continued to play small roles for the next four years, including in the thriller ''The Hand That Rocks the Cradle'' (1992). Moore first received critical attention with Robert Altman's ''Short Cuts'' (1993), and successive performances in ''Vanya on 42nd Street'' (1994) and ''Safe'' (1995) continued this acclaim. Starring roles in the blockbusters ''Nine Months'' (1995) and ''The Lost World: Jurassic Park'' (1997) established her as a Hollywood leading lady.

Moore received considerable recognition in the late 1990s and early 2000s, earning Oscar nominations for ''Boogie Nights'' (1997), ''The End of the Affair'' (1999), ''Far from Heaven'' (2002) and ''The Hours'' (2002). In the first of these, she played a 1970s pornographic actress, while the other three starred her as an unhappy, mid-20th century housewife. She also had success with the films ''The Big Lebowski'' (1998), ''Magnolia'' (1999), ''Hannibal'' (2001), ''Children of Men'' (2006), ''A Single Man'' (2009), ''The Kids Are All Right'' (2010), and ''Crazy, Stupid, Love'' (2011), and won a Primetime Emmy Award for her portrayal of Sarah Palin in the television film ''Game Change'' (2012). Moore won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her playing an Alzheimer's patient in ''Still Alice'' (2014) and was named Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival for ''Maps to the Stars'' (2014). Her highest-grossing releases include the final two films of ''The Hunger Games'' film series and the spy film ''Kingsman: The Golden Circle'' (2017). She starred in the film ''Bel Canto'' (2018), ''After the Wedding'' (2019), and ''The Glorias'' (2020).

Aside from acting, Moore has written a series of children's books about a character named "Freckleface Strawberry". She is married to director Bart Freundlich, with whom she has two children. Provided by Wikipedia
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