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As a two-time Emmy winner, Screen Actors Guild award winner, and Golden Globe nominee, Julianna Margulies has achieved success in television, theater and film.
Margulies' television credits include "The Sopranos," "The Grid," for which she received a Golden Globe nomination, and the mini-series "The Mists of Avalon." She also starred as one of the original cast members of "ER," for which she received both an Emmy Award and SAG Award as nurse Carole Hathaway. Margulies won her second Emmy in 2011 for the second season of "The Good Wife."
Margulies' feature film credits include "Snakes on a Plane," "The Darwin Awards," "Slingshot," "Ghost Ship," "Evelyn," "What's Cooking," "The Newton Boys," "A Price Above Rubies," "Traveller," "Paradise Road" and "The Man From Elysian Fields." Margulies will next be seen in "City Island" co-starring Andy Garcia, Alan Arkin, and Emily Mortimer. The film won the Audience Award at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival, and will be release in late 2009 or early 2010.
On stage, Margulies made her Broadway debut in 2006 starring in "Festen." Margulies completed a successful run in Jon Robin Baitz's "Ten Unknowns" at Lincoln Center opposite Donald Sutherland for which she won the Lucille Lortel Award. Other theater credits include "The Vagina Monologues" both Off Broadway and in the Los Angeles premiere, "Fefu and Her Friends" for the Yale Repertory Theatre, "The Substance of Fire" at the Asolo Theatre, "Living Expenses, Dan Drift, and Book of Names" at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York, and "Intrigue with Faye" at the NY Stage and Film Festival. She also appeared on stage in "The Lover," "In the Boom Boom Room" and "Balm and Gilead."
Margulies was born in New York, where she currently resides.
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