36 Facts About Julianne Moore

1. Julianne Moore explains how the beauty and film industries are tackling inclusivity.

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2. Julianne Moore takes the lead role of Gloria alongside other big names such as John Turturro, Michael Cera, Rita Wilson, and Sean Astin.

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3. Julianne Moore is timeless; she's an Oscar winner whose acting has been flawless since her first performance.

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4. Julianne Moore wears thick, wide glasses and wrap dresses and is living her best life.

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5. Julianne Moore is one of our great working actors, but it's a testament to McCarthy that you cannot even envision.

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6. Julianne Moore takes on the lead role in the much-talked-about movie, which is.

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7. Julianne Moore dances toward another chance at love in Gloria Bell trailer.

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8. Julianne Moore is looking for her best life in trailer for A24's 'Gloria Bell'.

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9. Julianne Moore is an atheist; when asked on Inside the Actors Studio what God might say to her upon arrival at heaven, she gave God's response as, "Well, I guess you were wrong, I do exist.

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10. Julianne Moore is politically liberal and supported Barack Obama at the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections.

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11. Julianne Moore has commented, "We have a very solid family life, and it is the most satisfying thing I have ever done.

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12. Julianne Moore began a relationship with Bart Freundlich, her director on The Myth of Fingerprints, in 1996.

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13. Julianne Moore has written one children's book separate from the Freckleface Strawberry series.

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14. In October 2013, Julianne Moore was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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15. Julianne Moore has committed to star in Joe Wright's thriller The Window in the Window, based on the novel of the same name, co-starring Amy Adams and Gary Oldman.

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16. Julianne Moore portrayed a dual role for the second time that year in Suburbicon, a satirical thriller written by the Coen brothers and directed by George Clooney.

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17. In the drama Still Alice, Julianne Moore played the leading role of a linguistics professor diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease.

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18. Julianne Moore played the supporting role of President Alma Coin, the leader of a rebellion against The Capitol, in the third installment of the lucrative Hunger Games film series, Mockingjay—Part 1.

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19. Julianne Moore was not seen on screens again until March 2012, with a performance that received considerable praise and recognition.

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20. Julianne Moore was not seen on screen again until late 2009, with three new releases.

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21. Julianne Moore seems terribly unhappy to be here, and it's no wonder.

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22. Julianne Moore played an FBI agent for the second time in Next, a science fiction action film co-starring Nicolas Cage and Jessica Biel.

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23. Julianne Moore played the role of Nadia, a former war correspondent who finds her views on the 2003 invasion of Iraq challenged.

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24. Julianne Moore made her Broadway debut in the world premiere of David Hare's play The Vertical Hour.

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25. In 2005, Julianne Moore worked with her husband for the third time in the comedy Trust the Man, and starred in the true story of a 1950s housewife, The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio.

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26. Julianne Moore has said it was a particularly difficult role, but she was rewarded with a SAG nomination.

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27. At the end of 1998, Julianne Moore had a flop with Gus Van Sant's Psycho, a remake of the classic Alfred Hitchcock film of the same name.

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28. Julianne Moore received an individual nomination for Best Supporting Female at the Independent Spirit Awards, and the monologue scene earned her a degree of notoriety.

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29. Julianne Moore appeared briefly as a doctor in one of the year's biggest hits, the Harrison Ford thriller The Fugitive.

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30. Julianne Moore continued to play supporting roles throughout 1993, first featuring in the erotic thriller Body of Evidence as Madonna's love rival.

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31. In 1990, Julianne Moore began working with stage director Andre Gregory on a workshop theatre production of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya.

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32. Julianne Moore moved to New York City after graduating, and worked as a waitress.

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33. Julianne Moore frequently moved around the United States as a child, due to her father's occupation.

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34. Julianne Moore was born Julie Anne Smith on December 3, 1960, at the Fort Bragg army installation in North Carolina, the oldest of 3 siblings.

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35. Julianne Moore went on to give an Academy Award-winning performance as an Alzheimer's patient in Still Alice and was named Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival for Maps to the Stars.

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36. Julianne Moore is an American actress, prolific in films since the early 1990s.

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