|NET WORTH:||$248 Million|
|Source of Wealth:||Actress, Producer|
|Born:||October 28, 1967|
|Birth Name:||Julia Fiona Roberts|
|Height:||5ft. 8in. (1.72m)|
Julia Roberts is known as an American actress and producer. She starred in the romantic comedy film Pretty Woman, which it grossed $460 million worldwide. From her eight nominations, she has won three Golden Globe Awards. In her performance for the biographical film "Erin Brockovich", she won the Academy Award for Best Actress.
Roberts was born Smyrna, Georgia, on October 28, 1967. She was born to Betty Lou Bredemus and Walter Grady Roberts. She was raised catholic though her father is a Baptist and her mother is a Catholic. Roberts has an older brother, Eric Roberts, and an older sister, Lisa Roberts Gillan.
Roberts attended Fitzhugh Lee Elementary School, Griffin Middle School, and Campbell High School. When she was ten years old, her father died of cancer.
She pursue a career in acting after she moved to New York City. In college, she attended Georgia State University but did not graduate.
Roberts made her first appearance in the comedy-drama film "Satisfaction". She received both of her first Academy Award nomination and her first Golden Globe Award win for performing in the comedy-drama film "Steel Magnolia" where she played as a young bride diagnosed with diabetes.
Roberts role the role in the Cinderella-Pygmalionesque story, "Pretty Woman" after several actresses turned it down. She became famous worldwide and earned her second Oscar nomination as Best Actress and won her second Golden Globe Award. The film has the highest ticket sales in the U.S. and made over $463 million worldwide. Robert took 2 years of hiatus and made no films. In 1993, she made an appearances in other films such as the film "The Pelican Brief" with Denzel Washington. She guest-starred in 1996 in the second season of the American television sitcom "Friends", appeared in the historical drama "Michael Collins".
In 1990, Roberts starred in the romantic comedy film "My Best Friend's Wedding", which was considered as one of the best romantic comedy films of all time, and was a global box-office hit. She appeared with Susan Sarandon in 1998 on "Sesame Street", which the film made over $159 million worldwide.
Roberts made multiple appearances in other films including the film "Charlie Wilson's War", which she earned her sixth Golden Globe nomination. She earned her seventh Golden Globe nomination for her performance when she starred in the film, "Duplicity" in the year 2009. Roberts also played a role in the romantic comedy film "Valentine's Day" in 2010. She starred in the film adaptation of "Eat Pray Love", which had the highest debut at the box office. She portrayed Queen Clementianna in the film "Mirror Mirror", which is Snow White's evil stepmother, for the adaptation of Snow White.
She earned her fourth Academy Award nomination when she starred in the black comedy drama "August: Osage County", together with Meryl Streep and Ewan McGregor, which she also received several nominations for her performance.
In the year 2014-2016, she starred in various films, such as "The Normal Heart", "Secret in Their Eyes", in the romantic comedy "Mother's Day", and in the thriller film "Money Monster".
Robert played the mother role of a boy diagnosed with Treacher Collins Syndrome in the film "Wonder", which appears as one of her most widely seen films and grossed $305.9 million worldwide.
Roberts had several high-profile relationships with actors such as Jason Patric, Liam Neeson, Dylan McDermott, Kiefer Sutherland, Matthew Perry, and Benjamin Bratt. She was engaged to Kiefer Sutherland, and apparently broken up three days before the schedule of their wedding. Roberts married Lyle Lovett, a country singer, on June 25, 1993, and got divorced after their separation in 1995.
Roberts married her husband, Daniel Moder, on July 4, 2002. They have three children in total: twins, a daughter and a son, born on 2004 , and another son born on 2007.
With her film salaries and various endorsements, Roberts earns almost $30 million per year. As of today, 2020, Julia Roberts has an estimated net worth of $248 million.
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