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Julianne Moore


Julianne
Moore
Birth Name: Julie Anne Smith
Birth Date: December 3, 1961
Birth Place: Fayetteville, North Carolina
Height: 5' 5"
Quote: "You never have sex the way people
do in the movies. You don't do it on the floor, you don't do it standing up,
you don't always have all your clothes off, you don't happen to have on all
the sexy lingerie. You know, if anybody ever ripped my clothes, I'd kill them."



 




Julianne Moore Biography
Julianne Moore comes from a long and vital tradition of Army brats who have
spun their childhood ability to adapt to an ever-changing social milieu into
an acting career. The daughter of a psychiatric social worker and a military
judge, Moore alighted in some 23 different places all over the world before
landing at Boston University. After earning her B.F.A. degree in acting from
the university's School of the Performing Arts, Moore touched down in Manhattan,
where she appeared in a number of late-'80s off-Broadway plays, including
productions of Caryl Churchill's Serious Money and Ice Cream With Hot Fudge.
She branched out into television with a short-term part on the daytime drama
The Edge of Night, which led in turn to a three-year stint (1985 to 1988)
playing half-sisters Frannie and Sabrina on As the World Turns, a dual role
for which Moore earned an Outstanding Ingenue Emmy in 1988.
Moore's first minor coup on the small screen came in the form of a supporting
role as Valerie Bertinelli's friend in the 1987 prime-time mini-series Judith
Krantz's I'll Take Manhattan. A subsequent string of forgotten TV movies certainly
benefited from her striking presence, but they did little in return to boost
her career. Moore's feature debut as the victim of a mummy in the deplorable
Tales From the Darkside: The Movie (1990) also failed to raise her prominence
in Hollywood, but she fared significantly better as the salon-coifed, outspoken
real estate agent in the 1992 thriller The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. Things
were looking up significantly the following year: she played a fleeting, but
pivotal, role in the Harrison Ford-Tommy Lee Jones blockbuster The Fugitive;
she shouldered the thankless burden of playing Willem Dafoe's wife in the
execrable Body of Evidence; and she stole the show as the waitress girlfriend
of Aidan Quinn in the endearing fable Benny & Joon. In Robert Altman's Short
Cuts, Moore startled audiences with one of 1993's most talked-about scenes:
in the role of Matthew Modine's artist-wife, she delivers a feisty monologue
while standing before him in the nude from the waist
down. She capped off the banner year by appearing opposite Al Pacino in a
workshop production of Strindberg's The Father.
In one of her more prestigious performances to date, Moore reprised her
beguiling Yelena from Andre Gregory's ongoing workshop version of Chekhov's
Uncle Vanya in the late Louis Malle's critically acclaimed Vanya on 42nd Street.
Following another secondary role as D.B. Sweeney's social-worker wife in Peter
Yates's Roommates, Moore tackled her first lead in underground filmmaker Todd
Haynes's societal critique, Safe, in which she delivered a stunning performance
as a well-to-do L.A. housewife who develops an inexplicable and terrifying
allergic reaction to her oh-so-ordered twentieth-century existence. She offset
the gravitates of that film with performances as Hugh Grant's pregnant girlfriend
in the fluffy romantic comedy Nine Months, and as a sassy and smart electronics
security expert targeted for assassination by Sly Stallone and Antonio Banderas
in Assassins. She then helped illustrate that Pablo Picasso (Anthony Hopkins)
was a right bastard, with her compelling portrayal of Dora Maar in the Merchant-Ivory
team's Surviving Picasso (1996).
Though the titian-haired beauty has garnered uniformly rave reviews from
critics and audiences alike for her scene-stealing performances in both commercial
and independent features, Moore's seemingly inevitable rise to superstardom
has been slow in coming. But her relatively anonymous standing changed significantly
in 1997. Her three-minute performance as Harrison Ford's doctor colleague
in The Fugitive was enough to convince Steven Spielberg to cast her - without
an audition - in the female lead, as Jeff Goldblum's paleontologist girlfriend,
in the Jurassic Park sequel, The Lost World . Apart from the history-making,
record-smashing success that was that film's lot, Moore tested her box-office
drawing potential in two more feature films that year: she co-starred with
Noah Wyle and Blythe Danner in The Myth of Fingerprints, the story of a dysfunctional-family
Thanksgiving; and she scored a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for
her work in Boogie Nights, Paul Thomas Anderson's dark tale about a family
of filmmakers who aspire to elevate the adult-entertainment industry to a
high art form.
Moore kicked off 1998 with a role as a sinister seductress in the Coen brothers'
mistaken-identity farce The Big Lebowski, and closed it out with a subtle
performance as the sister of the ill-fated Marion Crane (Anne Heche) in director
Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho. Another sisterly role - this time opposite
Glenn Close - in Robert Altman's Cookie's Fortune marked her first celluloid
contribution of 1999; far more wicked was her follow-on turn opposite Rupert
Everett as a scandal-monger widow in the Oscar Wilde adaptation An Ideal Husband.
Speaking of Oscar, Moore capped off the year with a brace of Academy Award-worthy
performances: she co-starred opposite Ralph Fiennes as an adulterous wife
in the Graham Greene adaptation The End of the Affair; and re-teamed with
Boogie brethren William H. Macy, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and John C. Reilly
for Magnolia, Paul Thomas Anderson's operatic drama about a day in the lives
of a group of lonely San Fernando outsiders. The former brought her a Best
Actress Oscar nomination.
Julianne is currently starring in the sequel to The Silence of the Lambs,
taking over the role of Clarice Starling from Jodie Foster, in that smash
Hannibal. Her next movie, Evolution, hit theaters July 16, 2001.
Julianne Moore Filmography
Hateship, Friendship, Courtship (2007)
Morgan's Summit (2007) .... Gracie Holls
I'm Not There (2006)
Savage Grace (2006) .... Barbara Daly Baekeland
Next (2007) .... Callie Ferris
Children of Men (2006) .... Julian
Freedomland (2006) .... Brenda Martin
The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (2005) .... Evelyn Ryan
Trust the Man (2005) .... Rebecca
The Forgotten (2004) .... Telly Paretta
... aka Stranger (Philippines: English title: review title)
Laws of Attraction (2004) .... Audrey Woods
Marie and Bruce (2004) .... Marie
The Hours (2002) .... Laura Brown
Far from Heaven (2002) .... Cathy Whitaker
... aka Loin du paradis (France)
The Shipping News (2001) .... Wavey Prowse
... aka Noeuds et dénouements (Canada: French title)
World Traveler (2001) .... Dulcie
... aka Globe-trotter, Le (Canada: French title)
Evolution (2001) .... Dr. Allison Reed, CDC
Hannibal (2001) .... Clarice Starling
The Ladies Man (2000) .... Audrey
... aka The Ladies' Man (UK)
Not I (2000) .... Auditor/Mouth
Magnolia (1999) .... Linda Partridge
... aka mag-no'li-a (USA: promotional title)
The End of the Affair (1999) .... Sarah Miles
A Map of the World (1999) .... Theresa Collins
... aka Unschuldig verfolgt (Germany)
An Ideal Husband (1999) .... Mrs. Laura Cheveley
Cookie's Fortune (1999) .... Cora Duvall
Psycho (1998) .... Lila Crane
"Saturday Night Live"
... aka SNL
... aka SNL 25 (USA: new title)
- Episode 23.16 (1998) TV Episode .... Host
Chicago Cab (1998) .... Distraught Woman
... aka Hellcab (USA: video title)
The Big Lebowski (1998) .... Maude Lebowski
Boogie Nights (1997) .... Amber Waves/Maggie
The Myth of Fingerprints (1997) .... Mia
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) .... Dr. Sarah Harding
Surviving Picasso (1996) .... Dora Maar
Assassins (1995) .... Electra
... aka Assassins (France)
... aka Day of Reckoning
Nine Months (1995) .... Rebecca Taylor
Safe (1995) .... Carol White
Roommates (1995) .... Beth Holzcek
Vanya on 42nd Street (1994) .... Yelena
Short Cuts (1993) .... Marian Wyman
The Fugitive (1993) .... Dr. Anne Eastman
Benny & Joon (1993) .... Ruthie
Body of Evidence (1993) .... Sharon Dulaney
... aka Body of Evidence (Canada: English title)
... aka Deadly Evidence
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag (1992) .... Elinor
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992) .... Marlene Craven
Cast a Deadly Spell (1991) (TV) .... Connie Stone
The Last to Go (1991) (TV) .... Marcy
Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990) .... Susan (segment "Lot 249")
"B.L. Stryker"
- High Rise (1990) TV Episode (as Julie Ann Moore) .... Tina
Money, Power, Murder. (1989) (TV) .... Peggy Lynn Brady
sLaughterhouse II (1988) .... Julie
... aka Abbatoir d'amusement: La vengeance du Pigsby, L' (Canada: French title)
"I'll Take Manhattan" (1987) (mini) TV Series .... India West
As the World Turns: 30th Anniversary (1986) (TV) .... Franny
"As the World Turns" (1956) TV Series .... Frannie Hughes Crawford 6 (1985-1988)/Sabrina Hughes Fullerton Crawley 1 (1986-1988)
"The Edge of Night" (1956) TV Series .... Carmen Engler (1984)
... aka Edge of Night (USA: last season title)

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