How rich is Julie Bowen?
Julie Bowen Net Worth:
Julie Bowen Net Worth:
Julie Bowen Net Worth $16 Million
American movie and television performer,Julie Bowen has an estimated net worth of $16 million. Julie Bowen has earned her net worth through her playing roles in movies, like, An American Werewolf in Paris, Crazy externally, Happy Gilmore and others, in addition to her roles in television shows, like, Boston Legal, Lost, Law & Order: SVU and much more. Known for her role as on Modern Family, as Claire Dunphy.
It seems proper that Julie Bowen, an actress who helps coach high school pupils in her spare time and says she usually favors staying home having a good novel to going out to a party, would rise to acclaim playing Carol Vessey, the pretty and quick witted high school teacher on the popular comedy-drama series Ed. Born Julie Bowen Luetkemeyer in Baltimore, MD, on March 3, 1970, Bowen first acquired a preference for acting as a child, when she started putting on plays with her sisters at home. Bowen developed a more serious fascination with the theatre while studying at Brown University, where she received a degree in Italian Renaissance studies; she appeared in many of student theater productions, including Guys and Dolls and Lemon Sky, and in her senior year she was cast in her first movie, an independent feature called Five Spot Jewel. After graduating, she started honing her craft by studying at the Actor’s Institute, Shakespeare and Company, and Will Geer’s Theatricum, and began pursuing a career in television, landing parts in television advertisements and finally winning a supporting character in the daytime drama Loving.
Julie Bowen is an American celebrity, comedian, writer and producer with a net worth of $16 million. During her college years at Brown University, Bowen acted in stage productions like Guys and Dolls and Stage Door. After graduation she relocated to nyc and studied in the legendary Actors Studio. Success followed with a streak of TV characters, and in 1996 Happy appeared as the love interest in Happy Gilmore (1996). Though other supporting film roles followed, it had been on television that she was destined to make the largest impact, with strong appearances in ER (1994), Ed (2000) and Boston Legal (2004), amongst others. Bowen married Scott Phillips, a real-estate investor and software developer, on September 9, 2004. Their son, Oliver McLanahan Phillips, was born on April 10, 2007. On May 8, 2009, Scott gave birth to twins, John and Gustav. On a health note, Bowen has had a pacemaker since her early twenties, as a result of heart troubles.
|Birth date:||March 3, 1970|
|Birth place:||Baltimore, Maryland, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Voice Actor|
|Education:||Brown University, Calvert School, Garrison Forest School, St. George's School, Newport|
|Spouse:||Scott Phillips (m. 2004)|
|Children:||Oliver McLanahan Phillips, John Phillips, Gustav Phillips|
|Parents:||Suzanne, John Luetkemeyer Jr.|
|Siblings:||Annie Luetkemeyer, Molly Luetkemeyer|
|Awards:||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (2012 (2012), 2011), Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance, Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress (2012)|
|Nominations:||Screen Actors Guild Awards, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress/for Best Actress (2010 (2010), 2009)|
|Movies:||“Happy Gilmore” (1996), “Joe Somebody” (2001), “Kids in America” (2005), “Jumping the Broom” (2011), “Horrible Bosses” (2011), “Knife Fight” (2013), “Planes: Fire & Rescue” (2014), “Family Guy” (2014)|
|TV shows:||“Ed” (2000–2004), “Modern Family” (2009-), “Boston Legal” (2005–2007)|