Julia Garner Biography, Age, Husband, Movies, The Americans, Perks Of Being A Wallflower

Julia Garner Biography

Julia Garner is an American actress and model best known for her appearance in the films Martha Marcy May Marlene.

She also appeared in The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. She had a recurring role on The Americans and currently plays Ruth Langmore in the Netflix original series Ozark and has a leading role in Electrick Children, We Are What We Are and Grandma.

Julia Garner Age

Julia was born on 1 February 1994 in Riverdale, New York City, New York, United States. She is 25 years old as of 2019.

Julia Garner Parents

She is the daughter of Tami Gingold (her mother), a therapist, and (her father) Thomas Garner, a painter and an art teacher.

Julia Garner Husband | Julia Garner Mark Foster

She is rumored to be in a relationship with actor Mark Foster, for there is speculation on Mark’s Instagram and Twitter accounts. The two have not spoken about it. We will update her relationship status as soon as she opens up.

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Julia Garner Related To Jennifer Garner

Julia and Jennifer Garner coincidentally share the same surname and both are actresses too. They are not related in any way.

Julia Garner Height and Weight

She stands at a height of 1.65 m and weighs is 56 kg.

Julia Garner Movies

Year

Title

Role

2018

You Can’t Win

Chicken

2017

Tomato Red

Jamalee Merridew

One Percent More Humid

Catherine

Everything Beautiful Is Far Away

Rola

2016

Good Kids

Tinsley

2015

Grandma

Sage

2014

I Believe in Unicorns

Cassidy

2014

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Marcie

2013

We Are What We Are

Rose Parker

The Last Exorcism Part II

Gwen

HairBrained

Shauna

2012

Electrick Children

Rachel

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Susan

Not Fade Away

Girl in Car

2011

Martha Marcy May Marlene

Sarah

Julia Garner The Americans

She stirred as Kimberly “Kimmy” Breland, the daughter of the head of the CIA’s Afghan group in the seasons 3 to 6 of an American period spy thriller television series The Americans.

Julia Garner Dirty John

She stirred in the podcast Dirty John as Terra Newell, who is Debra Newell’s youngest daughter skeptical about her mother’s relationship with John Meehan.

Julia Garner Maniac

She appeared as Ellie Landsberg, Annie’s deceased younger sister whose death she feels responsible for in an American psychological dark comedy-drama web television miniseries Maniac.

Julia Garner Emma Stone

She plays the sister of Emma Stone’s character in Netflix’s Maniac.

Julia Garner Perks Of Being A Wallflower

She appeared as Susan, Charlie’s friend in middle school in the American coming-of-age drama film The Perks Of Being A Wallflower.

Julia Garner Sin City

She stirred as Marcie, a young stripper who crosses paths with new character Johnny in the American neo-noir action crime film Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.

Julia Garner Accent

None of her words have the accent.

Julia Garner Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.

Julia Garner Twitter

Julia Garner Instagram

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Julia Garner Interview

Julia Garner is the tough but tender heart of Ozark

Updated: 9 September 2018 

In a phone interview, Garner discussed the new season of Ozark and the toughest scene she’s had on the show. These are edited excerpts from the conversation.

How do things change for Ruth this season?

She’s in a much more vulnerable place. She’s really struggling and having an identity crisis because of her dad. With season 2, I think you have a much deeper understanding of why she behaves as she does. People always go, “Oh Ruth is such a badass character — how does it feel to play her?” And it’s much deeper than that. It’s more that she has no choice. In many ways, she’s torn between two fathers.

Yeah, and she hates the fact that her dad doesn’t respect her and Marty does, even though she really loves that Marty acknowledges her and listens to her.

Even though Marty has her running a strip club and laundering money. He hasn’t been a model mentor.

No, but I don’t know who is great on the show. Well, the pastor’s baby is great. No one’s gonna be like, “Oh that baby, what a jerk.”

Are the strip club scenes awkward to shoot?

No, I’m so used to it already. Everyone is just doing their jobs.

Why do you think crime shows almost always include a strip bar, besides presumably for cheap titillation? It’s a trope that refuses to die.

Because it’s uneasy. You feel like anything might happen at any moment. Isn’t that a weird thing? People are intrigued but also scared about things that are uneasy.

This year you appeared as a Branch Davidian in Waco. You seem to spend a lot of time in cults.

A journalist once described me as “go-to cult girl Julia Garner”, and I thought that was really funny. Those are the interesting parts! Everyone is interested in cults. But I wouldn’t say I’m a go-to cult girl. I did Waco right after I did season 1 of Ozark, and the story was really interesting and I also thought it was very different from Ruth. She was a sister-wife, and she was stuck in a scenario and she wasn’t this rebellious girl, unlike Ruth. Everything has to be different from the last thing I’ve done. Even if it’s another cult.

Your characters are often tough on the outside with vulnerability showing through the cracks. Is that something you do consciously, or does it happen naturally?

Maybe a little bit of both. People don’t have just one color. They have multiple things on their mind – even when they’re listening to another person, they’re thinking of something else. So you have to show multiple layers. And I think naturally, I’m a very sensitive person so sometimes I have to even tone it down. So I don’t know – it’s a combination of both, it’s weird.

Ozark got some Emmy nominations, but you did not. Was that disappointing?

Nah. The most important Emmy nomination was for Jason [Bateman] – he got them for actor and director. Jason is the show so that was great. He is like a mentor, in a way, and he really took me under his wing and I feel like he changed my life. I get recognized for this more than I have for any other project, I think because Netflix is just such a big thing now.

Without giving anything away, Ruth is involved in some very intense scenes this season. What’s the toughest thing you’ve had to shoot?

You’re going to laugh: It was the scene when I held the mouse in season 1. I have the worst fear of rodents. I can’t stand them. They had to use a hand double – I couldn’t breathe and I nearly got a panic attack. I’m like the least badass person on the planet.

Source: independent.co.uk

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