Popular Hollywood actress, Julie Bowen, became very popular when she appeared in the TV series “Modern Family” and “Boston Legal”. The talented actress has starred in over 50 films/TV series.
For her role in the TV series “Modern Family”, Julie Bowen earned $500,000 for each episode from 2009- till date.
- Nationality: Maryland, United States of America
- Date of Birth: March 3,1998
- Occupation: Actress, Hollywood
- Net Worth: $18 Million
She has won 4 Screen Actors Guild Award, 2 Prime time Emmy Awards, 2012 Critics Choice Television Award and many others for her roles in TV series “Modern Family” and “Boston Legal”.
Julie Bowen Biography
Julie Bowen Luetkemeyer was born on March 3rd 1970, to John Alexander Luektemeyer Jr(Father) a real estate developer and Suzanne Frey(Mother) in Baltimore, Maryland. See also: Rico Rodriguez Net Worth ($9 Million) and Biography.
She is the second child in the family of three. Julie elder sister Molly brown, is an interior designer while her younger sister Annie Bowen, is a Medical doctor.
Julie Bowen went to multiple school during her childhood. She attended Calvert School, she also went to Garrison Forest School, Roland Park Country School and finally St.George’s School.
She later went to Brown University where she studied Italian Renaissance.
She got married to Scott Phillips a software developer and a real estate investor, in 2004 and they have three children together. She gave birth to her first child in 2007, Oliver McLanahan Phillips and in 2009 she gave birth to a twins, John and Gustav (both male).
Julie Bowen Net Worth and Career Path
Julie Bowen’s career started when she debuted on the soap opera “Loving” in 1992.
She played the title character in 1994’s Runaway Daughters as Angie Gordon. She also featured as Virginia Venit in 1996’s Happy Gilmore and Julie made an appearance in movie “An American Werewolf in Paris” as Amy Finch.
In 1996, she also made a guest appearance in TV series Party of Five and Strange Luck. From the year 1998 to 1999, Bowen also has a recurring role in ER. She played the role of Roxanne Please.
Julie gained exposure from media for her performance in TV series ‘ED’ from 2000 to 2004. She played the role of Carol Vessey who is a high school teacher.
In 2005, Julie Bowen made few guest appearances in Lost. She appeared in 5 episodes of the series as Sarah Shephard. She also has recurring roles in TV series like Boston Legal and Weeds.
Julie Bowen is known best for her role as Claire Dunphy in Modern Family and has won six nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress for the same. See also: Sarah Hyland Net Worth ($10 Million) and Biography.
In 2014, Julie played the voice of Lil’ Dipper in Planes: Fire & Rescue. During the same year, she played the voice of herself in an episode of Family Guy. She played herself in an episode of Better Things in the year 2016.
She is currently working on the movie Life of the Party which is expected to release in 2018.