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Julianne Moore

Actor Date of birth 3rd December 1960
Place of birth Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA
Year of debut 1990
First feature film Tales From The Darkside: The Movie

Awards

  • Academy Awards nominated4
  • BAFTA Awards nominated3
  • Golden Globe Awards nominated6
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Biography

Growing up, Julianne Moore lived in 23 places in the US and Germany due to her father’s military work. She studied acting at Boston University. After graduating, she moved to New York to become an actress. From 1985 to 1988, she played identical twins on the US soap opera As The World Turns. In 1997 she got her big break in the movie Boogie Nights. She has starred in a range of movies from The Lost World to A Single Man.

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Julianne Moore's films

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Packshot for the film Non-Stop
Certificate
12 Certificate
Duration
106 Mins
Released
2014

A US Air Marshall (Liam Neeson) must stop a terrorist aboard a transatlantic flight. With Julianne Moore. Moderate action violence, strong language.

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Packshot for the film Don Jon
Certificate
18 Certificate
Duration
90 Mins
Released
2013

A porn-loving ladies' man (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) falls in love with a gorgeous woman (Scarlett Johansson). Sexual scenes and very strong language.

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Packshot for the film Crazy Stupid Love
Certificate
12 Certificate
Duration
133 Mins
Released
2011

Ryan Gosling teaches Steve Carell how to meet women when he finds out his wife is cheating on him. Strong language and moderate sex references.

Rent for £2.49
Packshot for the film A Single Man
Certificate
12 Certificate
Duration
96 Mins
Released
2010

After the death of his partner, a college professor (Colin Firth) questions his life. With Julianne Moore. Bereavement, homosexual and suicidal themes, drug references and nudity.

Rent for £2.50

Did you know?

  • Born Julie Ann Smith, she had to change her name to Julianne Moore as her birth name was already registered with the Screen Actors Guild. Moore is her father's middle name.
  • In 2007 she wrote a children's book called Freckleface Strawberry. The book's title refers to a nickname she was given at school. The book has reportedly been turned into an off-Broadway musical.
  • In an interview with Parade, she discussed her intimate movie scenes. She admitted "I have trouble kissing people. That's the scariest thing for me to do, frankly, is kiss an actor, because it's very intimate. On or off-screen, whenever you kiss anybody for the first time it's terrifying".
  • She learned to swim at the age of 27.
  • She was married to the actor and director John Gould Rubin from 1986 to 1995. She married the director Bart Freundlich in 2003. They have a son and a daughter together.

Awards

  • 4 Academy Awards nominated

    • 2002 Actress in a Leading Role - Far From Heaven
    • 2002 Actress in a Supporting Role - The Hours
    • 1999 Actress in a Leading Role - The End Of The Affair
    • 1997 Actress in a Supporting Role - Boogie Nights
  • 3 BAFTA Awards nominated

    • 2011 Leading Actress - The Kids Are All Right
    • 2002 Actress in a Supporting Role - The Hours
    • 1999 Actress in a Leading Role - The End Of The Affair
  • 6 Golden Globe Awards nominated

    • 2011 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical - The Kids Are All Right
    • 2010 Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - A Single Man
    • 2003 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama - Far From Heaven
    • 2000 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical - An Ideal Husband
    • 2000 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama - The End Of The Affair
    • 1998 Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - Boogie Nights