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JULIANNE MOORE (Evelyn Ryan), a four-time Academy Award® nominee, has the rare distinction of earning two nominations in the same year: for Best Actress in Todd Haynes' "Far From Heaven,” and Best Supporting Actress in Stephen Daldry's "The Hours.” Her performance in "Far From Heaven” also brought her Best Actress honors from a number of critics groups, including the National Board of Review, Los Angeles Film Critics and Broadcast Film Critics, as well as nominations for a Golden Globe Award, an Independent Spirit Award, and a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award. In addition, she received two more SAG Award nominations that year: one for Best Supporting Actress in "The Hours,” and another as a member of the cast of the same film.

Moore earned her first Oscar® nomination in 1998 for her work in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights,” also garnering a Golden Globe nomination and two SAG Award nominations, both individually and as part of the ensemble cast. Her second Oscar® nod came in 2000 for her role in Neil Jordan's "The End of the Affair,” for which she was also nominated for Golden Globe, SAG and BAFTA Awards for Best Actress. That year marked another season of multiple film honors for Moore, as she gained another Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress for her work in "An Ideal Husband,” and again received dual SAG Award nominations for her performance in "Magnolia,” which reunited her with Paul Thomas Anderson.

More recently, Moore starred in the thriller "The Forgotten,” under the direction of Joe Ruben; and in the independent film "Marie and Bruce,” opposite Matthew Broderick. Her upcoming films include "Freedomland,” for director Joe Roth, and "Trust the Man,” with Maggie Gyllenhaal and David Duchovny, under the direction of Moore's husband, Bart Freundlich. 

Earlier in her career, Moore was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards for her roles in Todd Haynes' "Safe” and Robert Altman's "Short Cuts.” She later reunited with Altman in "Cookie's Fortune.” Moore has also earned acclaim for her work in the independent films "A Map of the World,” with Sigourney Weaver; the Coen brothers' "The Big Lebowski”; Bart Freundlich's "World Traveler” and "The Myth of Fingerprints”; James Ivory's "Surviving Picasso”; and Louis Malle's "Vanya on 42nd Street.”

In addition, Moore has starred in several mainstream blockbusters, including Steven Spielberg's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park” and Ridley Scott's "Hannibal,” opposite Anthony Hopkins. Her long list of film credits also includes Lasse Hallström's "The Shipping News,” Ivan Reitman's "Evolution,” Gus Van Sant's remake of "Psycho,” "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle,” "Benny & Joon,” "The Fugitive,” "Nine Months,” and "Assassins.”

Moore earned her B.F.A. from Boston University's School for the Performing Arts before appearing in such off-Broadway plays as "Serious Money” and "Ice Cream/Hot Fudge.” Her stage repertoire also includes the Guthrie Theater's production of "Hamlet,” and workshop productions of Strindberg's "The Father,” with Al Pacino, and Wendy Wasserstein's "An American Daughter,” with Meryl Streep.


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