"It's a war of attrition. If you have patience and a modicum of faith in yourself your chances are not too bad."
— Julie Bowen

Julie Bowen
Modern Conservative Woman
Biological Information
Name Julie Bowen
Gender Female
Age 47
Profession Actor
Appears In Modern Family, Happy Gilmore
Ideology Not so conservative

Julie Bowen is a famous actress, a mother of three.

Personality Edit

Unlike her character on ABC's Modern Family, Julie is exceptionally kind and friendly. She also has a nice sense of humor and often cracks light jokes during interviews. The contrast between her and her character's personalities testifies to her talents as an actress.

History Edit

Actress Julie Bowen is the middle daughter of Suzanne and John Luetkemeyer, Jr., a real estate developer. Her early education was at Calvert School, Baltimore and Garrison Forest School, Maryland. She moved on to St George's School, Rhode Island and then attended Brown University, graduating with a BA in Renaissance Studies.

During college Bowen acted in stage productions such as "Guys and Dolls" and "Stage Door". After graduation she relocated to New York and studied at the legendary Actor's Studio. Success followed with various TV roles, and in 1996, she appeared as the love interest in Happy Gilmore (1996). Other supporting movies roles followed. However, it was on television that she was destined to make the biggest impact with strong turns in "ER" (1994), "Ed" (2000) and "Boston Legal" (2004), amongst others. From 2009, she starred as Claire Dunphy in the hit series "Modern Family", for which she won an Emmy and Screen Actors Guild award.

Julie is married to Scott Phillips, a real-estate investor, and they have three children.[1]

Political Views Edit

On August 8, 2002, Bowen donated $1,000 to the Congressional Campaign of Republican Hellen Delich Bentley for Maryland's 2nd district in the U.S. House of Representatives.[2]

She is the great-great-granddaughter of Democratic representative of Illinois, John V. Le Moyne.

She appeared in "Fight Song," the Katy Perry-inspired video that played at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in support of Hillary Clinton's candidacy for President.

Trivia Edit

  • Fluent in Italian
  • Has a pacemaker
  • Spokeswoman for Neutrogena

See Also Edit

References Edit

  1. Bowen History
  2. [1]
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