Julia Garner Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Family, Career, and More

American actress Julia Garner gained notoriety for her part in the Ozark television series. Garner hails from a New York family that values education and culture. She enrolled in acting courses to get over her shyness since she was a shy kid in school.

Julia got the acting bug, and what was supposed to be rehabilitation turned into her vocation. She performed in student movies at the beginning of her acting career. She rose to prominence in independent films because of her distinctive appearance and talent as an actor. When she was cast in Ozark, her career entered the mainstream.

Garner became one of the most well-known young performers in Hollywood as a result of her depiction of a psychopath from a criminal background. Like one of her heroes, Audrey Hepburn, Julia Garner is on the verge of becoming a great celebrity and a fashion icon. She is also renowned for her excellent sense of style.


Personal Details

Full Name Julia Garner
Nick Name Julia
Date Of Birth February 1, 1994
Age 29 years old as of December 2023
Birth Place Riverdale, Bronx, New York, United States
Residence Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Ethnicity Jewish
Religion Judaism
Nationality American
Occupations  Actress
School Eagle Hill School
College/University Indiana University
Education qualification Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology
Net Worth $3 Million as of 2023
Marital Status Married
  • TV: The Americans (2015)
  • Film: Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011)

Physical Appearances

Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Body Measurement 32-25-33
Height 5 Feet 5 Inches
Weight 55 Kg
Shoe Size 8 US
Dress Size 2 US

Personal Life ( Family, Friends, Girlfriends, Wife, Children)

Father Tami Gingold
Mother Thomas Garner
  • Brother: None
  • Sister: Anna Garner
Boyfriend/Husband Mark Foster (married in 2019-present)

Early Life

The Bronx, New York, area of Riverdale is where Garner was born. Her mother Tami Gingold is a therapist who had fame in her native Israel as an actress and comedian. Thomas Garner, her father, is a painter and art instructor who was raised in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Garner and her mother are both Jews. Anna Garner, an artist, is her elder sister. Because her mother speaks contemporary Hebrew, she is able to grasp it but is not proficient.

She was a student at Greenwich, Connecticut’s Eagle Hill School. At age 15, she started attending acting classes to get over her shyness. In 2015, Garner earned a psychology degree from Indiana University. Student films at the Columbia Film School served as the foundation for Julia Garner’s initial acting career. She struggled with reading, but she overcome this by memorizing and often repeating her dialogues.


She was 17 years old when an open casting call for the American version of the British television series Skins was launched in 2010. Julia reached the top 30 out of 1500 contenders. However, another person was given the position. Susan Shopmaker, who Susan was acquainted with, was one of the casting helpers. She received a part in Martha Marcy May Marlene from Shopmaker five months after her first audition.

Garner began catching the attention of independent film filmmakers, and in 2012 she was given a significant part in Rebecca Thomas’ movie Electrik Children. She appeared in both The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Not Fade Away in the same year, in which director David Chase crafted a character just for her.

Julia saw right away that she was getting offers for unusual parts and movies. She portrayed Rose Parker, a cannibal, in the 2013 movie We Are What We Are. Julia starred in the 2014 crime film Sin City: A Dame to Kill For as the stripper Marcie. She portrays Lily Tomlin’s pregnant grandchild in the 2015 comedy movie Grandma.

In 2015, Julia Garner made her television debut when she was cast in a recurring role in the espionage drama The American, which is set in the cold war era. She performed in the series until 2018. She made an episode of the HBO series Girls in 2016.

Garner, who portrays a youthful criminal genius in the show Ozark, rose to fame as its breakthrough star in 2017. Garner prepared her lines in the Missouri dialect in preparation for her television series audition as Ruth Langmore. Everyone was speaking their lines regularly when she arrived at the casting office.

When she attempted to rehearse the lines without the accent to see whether she had made a mistake, she found that she was unable to remember the conversation. What she believed would destroy her audition really had the opposite effect. The instant Garner began speaking, according to her co-star Laura Linney, they realized she was someone to pay attention to.

For the part of Ruth, Julia Garner put a lot of effort into her preparation. Aside from continuously working on her accent, she made an effort to see beyond the antagonist’s combativeness and offensiveness. Her amazing performance, which earned her honors like the Emmy, was made possible by her ability to empathize with the character.

The Assistant starring Julia Garner in 2019. Despite without specifically mentioning Harvey Weinstein, the Kitty Green-directed movie was the first to address the scandal. She made an appearance in the same year as Madeleine, a young professional who develops feelings for a much older colleague, in the romantic comedy TV series Modern Love. Increasingly, Julia Garner is recognized as a fashion icon. She has been in advertisements for MiuMiu and Kate Spade in addition to walking the runway for Balenciaga during Paris Fashion Week.

Julia Garner Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Family, Career, and More

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