Julianne Moore filmography

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Julianne Moore is an American actress who made her acting debut on television in 1984 in the mystery series The Edge of Night.[1] The following year she made her first appearance in the soap opera As the World Turns, which earned her a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Ingenue in a Drama Series in 1988.[2][3] Moore went on to appear in the television films, Money, Power, Murder (1989) and The Last to Go (1991)—before her breakthrough role as artist Marian Wyman in Robert Altman's drama film Short Cuts (1993). Her performance garnered critical acclaim as well as notoriety for a monologue her character delivers while nude below the waist.[4][5][6][7] Among Moore's releases of 1995 were Todd Haynes' drama Safe and the romantic comedy Nine Months, in which she starred alongside Hugh Grant. The following year she portrayed French painter Dora Maar in the Merchant Ivory film Surviving Picasso opposite Anthony Hopkins and Natascha McElhone.[8] In 1997 Moore portrayed a veteran pornographic actress in Paul Thomas Anderson's drama Boogie Nights—a role that earned her first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[9] She also appeared in Steven Spielberg's science fiction adventure sequel The Lost World: Jurassic Park—Moore's biggest commercial success to that point.[10] Two years later she played a wartime adulteress in The End of the Affair for which she received her first Academy Award for Best Actress nomination.[11][12]

In 2001, Moore portrayed the fictional character of Clarice Starling in the crime thriller sequel Hannibal, and appeared as a scientist in the science fiction comedy Evolution. The following year she re-teamed with Todd Haynes on the drama Far from Heaven and starred in the Stephen Daldry-directed drama The Hours, playing a troubled 1950s suburban housewife in both films.[13][14] She garnered the Volpi Cup for Best Actress from the Venice Film Festival for the former and the Silver Bear for Best Actress from the Berlin International Film Festival for the latter.[15][16] She also received Academy Award nominations for both Best Actress (Far From Heaven) and Best Supporting Actress (The Hours).[17] In 2006, Moore starred in the crime drama Freedomland and Alfonso Cuarón's science fiction thriller Children of Men. She went on to play the socialite Barbara Daly Baekeland in Savage Grace (2007) and appeared opposite Colin Firth in the drama A Single Man (2009).[18]

In 2012, she played politician Sarah Palin in the political television drama Game Change, for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie.[19] Two years later she starred in the satirical drama Maps to the Stars, and the drama Still Alice. For playing an ageing washed up actress in the former she garnered the Best Actress Award from the Cannes Film Festival, and her performance in the latter as a linguistics professor with early-onset Alzheimer's disease earned her the Best Actress Oscar.[20][21][22] Moore also appeared in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 which, as of July 2015, is her highest-grossing film, with a worldwide box office total of over $752 million.[10]

Film

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Tales from the Darkside: The Movie 1990 Susan John Harrison [23]
[24]
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle 1992 Marlene Craven Curtis Hanson [25]
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag 1992 Elinor Allan Moyle [26]
Body of Evidence 1993 Sharon Dulaney Uli Edel [27]
Benny & Joon 1993 Ruthie Jeremiah S. Chechik [28]
The Fugitive 1993 Dr. Anne Eastman Andrew Davis [29]
Short Cuts 1993 Marian Wyman Robert Altman [5]
Vanya on 42nd Street 1994 Yelena Louis Malle [30]
Safe 1995 Carol White Todd Haynes [29]
Roommates 1995 Beth Holzcek Peter Yates [31]
Nine Months 1995 Rebecca Taylor Chris Columbus [32]
Assassins 1995 Electra Richard Donner [31]
Surviving Picasso 1996 Dora Maar James Ivory [8]
The Lost World: Jurassic Park 1997 Dr. Sarah Harding Steven Spielberg [29]
The Myth of Fingerprints 1997 Mia Bart Freundlich [29]
Boogie Nights 1997 Amber Waves Paul Thomas Anderson [5]
Chicago Cab 1997 Distraught Woman Mary Cybulski
John Tintori
[33]
[34]
The Big Lebowski 1998 Maude Lebowski Coen brothers [29]
Psycho 1998 Lila Crane Gus Van Sant [24]
Cookie's Fortune 1999 Cora Duvall Robert Altman [35]
An Ideal Husband 1999 Mrs. Laura Cheveley Oliver Parker [29]
A Map of the World 1999 Theresa Collins Scott Elliott [29]
The End of the Affair 1999 Sarah Miles Neil Jordan [29]
Magnolia 1999 Linda Partridge Paul Thomas Anderson [29]
Not I 2000 Mouth Neil Jordan Short film [36]
Ladies Man 2000 Audrey Reginald Hudlin [29]
Hannibal 2001 Clarice Starling Ridley Scott [24]
Evolution 2001 Allison Reed Ivan Reitman [31]
World Traveler 2001 Dulcie Bart Freundlich [37]
The Shipping News 2001 Wavey Prowse Lasse Hallström [29]
Far from Heaven 2002 Cathy Whitaker Todd Haynes [31]
The Hours 2002 Laura Brown Stephen Daldry [31]
Marie and Bruce 2004 Marie Tom Cairns Also executive producer [38]
Laws of Attraction 2004 Audrey Woods Peter Howitt [31]
The Forgotten 2004 Telly Paretta Joseph Ruben [29]
Trust the Man 2005 Rebecca Bart Freundlich [39]
The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio 2005 Evelyn Ryan Jane Anderson [31]
The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie 2005 Herself Polly Draper Cameo [40]
Freedomland 2006 Brenda Martin Joe Roth [41]
Children of Men 2006 Julian Taylor Alfonso Cuarón [31]
[42]
Next 2007 Callie Ferris Lee Tamahori [29]
Savage Grace 2007 Barbara Baekeland Tom Kalin [43]
[44]
I'm Not There 2007 Alice Fabian Todd Haynes [29]
Eagle Eye 2008 ARIIA (voice) D. J. Caruso Uncredited [45]
Blindness 2008 Doctor's Wife Fernando Meirelles [31]
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee 2009 Kat Rebecca Miller [46]
A Single Man 2009 Charley Tom Ford [47]
Chloe 2009 Catherine Stewart Atom Egoyan [48]
[49]
The Kids Are All Right 2010 Jules Allgood Lisa Cholodenko [31]
Shelter 2010 Cara Harding Måns Mårlind
Björn Stein
Also known as 6 Souls [50]
[51]
Crazy, Stupid, Love 2011 Emily Weaver Glenn Ficarra
John Requa
[52]
Being Flynn 2012 Jody Flynn Paul Weitz [53]
What Maisie Knew 2012 Susanna Scott McGehee
David Siegel
[54]
Don Jon 2013 Esther Joseph Gordon-Levitt [55]
The English Teacher 2013 Linda Sinclair Craig Zisk [56]
Carrie 2013 Margaret White Kimberly Peirce [57]
Non-Stop 2014 Jen Summers Jaume Collet-Serra [58]
Maps to the Stars 2014 Havana Segrand David Cronenberg [59]
Still Alice 2014 Dr. Alice Howland Richard Glatzer
Wash Westmoreland
[60]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 2014 President Alma Coin Francis Lawrence [61]
Seventh Son 2014 Mother Malkin Sergei Bodrov [62]
[63]
Maggie's Plan 2015 Georgette Rebecca Miller [64]
Freeheld 2015 Laurel Hester Peter Sollett [65]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 2015 President Alma Coin Francis Lawrence [66]
Wonderstruck 2017 Mayhew, LillianLillian Mayhew / Older Rose Todd Haynes [67]
Kingsman: The Golden Circle Film has yet to be released 2017 Poppy Matthew Vaughn In post-production [68]
Suburbicon Film has yet to be released 2017 Margaret George Clooney In post-production [69]
Bel Canto Film has yet to be released TBA TBA Weitz, PaulPaul Weitz Filming [70]

Television

Title Year(s) Role(s) Network Notes Ref(s)
The Edge of Night 1984 Carmen Engler ABC 1 episode [71]
[72]
As the World Turns 1985–1988;
2010
Frannie Hughes
Sabrina Hughes
CBS [2]
[71]
[73]
I'll Take Manhattan 1987 India West CBS Miniseries [74]
Money, Power, Murder 1989 Peggy Lynn Brady CBS Television film [75]
[76]
B.L. Stryker 1990 Tina ABC Episode: "High Rise" [77]
The Last to Go 1991 Marcy ABC Television film [29]
[78]
[79]
Cast a Deadly Spell 1991 Connie Stone HBO Television film [80]
Saturday Night Live 1998 Host NBC Episode: "Julianne Moore / Backstreet Boys" [81]
30 Rock 2009–2013 Nancy Donovan NBC 6 episodes [24]
Game Change 2012 Sarah Palin HBO Television film [82]
Inside Amy Schumer 2016 Herself Comedy Central Episode: "Brave" [83]
Difficult People 2016 Sarah Nussbaum Hulu Episode: "High Alert" [84]

See also

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