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Julianne Moore, byname of Julie Anne Smith, (born December 3, 1960, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, U.S.), American actress known for her exacting and sympathetic portrayals of women at chances with their environments, frequently in films that examined social concerns.
Smith was the oldest of three kids; her American father was a military lawyer and judge, and her Scottish immigrant mom was a homemaker who later on in life ended up being a psychiatric social employee. She earned a bachelor’s degree in acting from Boston University in 1983 and transferred to New York City quickly afterwards. Smith assumed the phase name Julianne Moore, the latter part of which was her daddy’s middle name, due to the fact that all variations of her own name were already registered with the Actors’ EquityAssociation. She appeared in numerous plays and television programs before beginning a three-year arc on the daytime soap As the World Kips down 1985. Her portrayals of a psychologist and, ultimately, her half sibling, made her a Daytime Emmy Award in 1988. Meanwhile, she had appeared in Caryl Churchill’s Lots of money at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater (1987) and trod the boards as Ophelia in a production of Hamlet( 1988) staged by the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She returned to the Public Theater in two Churchill one-acts– staged as Ice Cream with Hot Fudge– in 1990.
A supporting role in the domestic thriller movie The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992) brought Moore to larger attention. Altman had cast Moore after seeing her in a long-running New York workshop production of Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, which was filmed by Louis Malle as Vanya on 42nd Street (1994 ).
Julianne Moore without makeup
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