One of Hollywood's most famous redheads, Julianne Moore was born
in Fayetteville, NC, on December 3, 1961. Graduating from Boston
University, she began her acting career in soap operas, winning
an Daytime Emmy Award in 1988 for her performance in As the
inauspicious film debut came a couple of years later in Tales
From the Darkside: The Movie and afterwards Moore survived
several made- for-TV movies before taking on increasingly notable
film roles in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, the thriller
Body of Evidence, and a cameo in the smash hit The Fugitive.
Other notable performances throughout the 90's included starring
roles in Nine Months, The
Lost World: Jurassic Park, and Boogie Nights for
which Moore won Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations.
2001, the actress appeared alongside Anthony Hopkins in Hannibal,
and in the following year skyrocketed to fame with two notable
performancesin Far From Heaven and The Hours
both garnering the actress Oscar nominations for Best Actress
and Best Supporting Actress respectively.
As her Hollywood
star continued to rise, Moore appeared opposite
Pierce Brosnan in the romantic comedy The
Laws of Attraction and alongside actor Gary
Senise in The
Other notable film appearances include acclaimed performances in The Kids Are All Right (2010) and the television film Game Change (2012), in which she portrayed Sarah Palin.
Moore's most acclaimed performance came in 2015 with her dramatic portrayal of a woman facing Alzheimer's disease in Still Alice for which she won the Oscar, Golden Globe, SAG and Bafta award for best actress.
More about Julianne Moore around the Web:
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