Julie Bowen Net Worth
Julie Bowen Luetkemeyer is an actress and model born on 3rd March, 1970. The actress was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She has worked in several films and television series and has received awards.
Julie Bowen Net worth
The actress, producer, writer and comedian has an estimated net worth of $16 million.
Julie Bowen is the 2nd daughter of John Alexander Luetkemeyer Junior and Suzanne. Her father worked as a real estate developer. Julie attended the Calvart School and shifted to 2 more schools- Garrison Forest School and then to Roland Park Country School. She also attended St. George’s School situated at Newport, Rhode Island. Bowen majored in Italian Renaissance studies from Brown University. She spent some of her time in Florence, Italy. During her college years she participated for roles in Stage Door, Lemon Sky and Guys and Dolls. Before her graduation, she landed up in a major role for an independent film Five Spot Jewel. Bowen studied in the Actor’s Institute, among other places.
Her older sister, Molly is an interior designer who has been seen in Clean Sweep. Her younger sister is a Doctor in San Francisco. She is at the University of California under the HIV AIDS division. Bowen has a pacemaker since her early twenties due to a condition called Bradycardia. This is a condition where the regular heartbeat drops down dangerously low.
She was married to Scott Phillips in 2004. He worked as a software developer and real estate agent. They have three sons Oliver, and twins Gustav and John born on 2007 and 2009 respectively. She was first time pregnant when she started the pilot episode for Moder Family season one. The couple got a divorce in February 2018. Julie had once stated that motherhood made her more conservative in time.
Julie is best known for her role as Carol Vessey in Ed, Denise Brauer for Boston Legal, Sarah Shephard in Lost and currently as Claire Dunphy in Modern Family. She was nominated for 6 Emmy Awards for her work in Modern Family and won 2 of them in the year 2011 and 2012 for an outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series.
Bowen has appeared in films like Happy Gilmore, Venus and Mars, Multiplicity, Joe Somebody, Sex and Death, Jumping the Broom, Crazy on the Outside and Horrible Bosses. She has also appeared in Family Guy, Monk, The Mindy Project, Runaway Daughetrs, Class of ’96, Dawson’s Creek, Justice League, Party of Five, Extreme, Jake in Progress, Better Things, The Price is Right, LA to Vegas and many more.
In 2007, she appeared in a web series called Wainy Days as Cheryl in the episode Tough Guy. Julie has been nominated many times for Boston Legal but won one Screen Actors Guild Awards for it.
In the year 2002, Bowen donated a sum of $1000 to the campaign of Republican Helen Delich Bentley. In the year 2016, Bowen was in Fight Song, which was shown at the Democratic National Convention. This was done in support of Hilary Clinton. The video was inspired from Pitch Perfect.