Garner at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival
|Born||February 1, 1994|
New York City, U.S.
Julia Garner (born February 1, 1994) is an American actress. She is best known for her starring role as Ruth Langmore in the Netflix crime drama series Ozark (2017–present), for which she has received a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
Garner also had roles in the FX period spy-drama series The Americans (2015–18), the limited series Waco (2018), the Netflix dark comedy-drama miniseries Maniac (2018), and the Bravo true-crime series Dirty John (2018–19).
Garner has appeared in the films Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011), The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012), Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014), and had leading roles in the films Electrick Children (2012), We Are What We Are (2013), Grandma (2015), Tomato Red (2017), Everything Beautiful Is Far Away (2017) and The Assistant (2019).
Garner was born in the Riverdale neighborhood of The Bronx, New York. Her mother, Tami Gingold, a therapist, had a successful career as a comedian in her native Israel. Her father, Thomas Garner, is a painter and an art teacher, originally from Shaker Heights, Ohio. Garner is Jewish.
In 2012, director David Chase invited her to play a small role which he wrote specifically for her in his film Not Fade Away. Her first starring role was in the 2012 film, Electrick Children. In 2013, she starred alongside Ashley Bell in the horror film The Last Exorcism Part II, and played the lead in the American remake of the Mexican horror film We Are What We Are.
Garner co-starred in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) as new character Marcie, a young stripper who crosses paths with another new character, Johnny (Joseph Gordon-Levitt). This marked the first time she acted against a green screen.
Since 2017, Garner has starred as Ruth Langmore in the Netflix crime drama series Ozark, opposite Jason Bateman and Laura Linney. The role has garnered her critical acclaim and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
|2010||The Dreamer||Girl on Sidewalk #3||Short film|
|One Thousand Cranes||Dorian|
|2011||Martha Marcy May Marlene||Sarah|
|Our Time||Kaya||Short film|
|Mac & Cheese||Mary Katherine Brown|
|2012||Electrick Children||Rachel McKnight|
|The Perks of Being a Wallflower||Susan|
|Not Fade Away||Girl In Car|
|2013||We Are What We Are||Rose Parker|
|The Last Exorcism Part II||Gwen|
|Hair Brained||Shauna Holder|
|2014||Get Ready||Unknown||Short film|
|I Believe in Unicorns||Cassidy|
|Sin City: A Dame to Kill For||Marcie|
|2017||Tomato Red||Jamalee Merridew|
|One Percent More Humid||Catherine|
|Everything Beautiful Is Far Away||Rola|
|TBA||You Can't Win||Chicken||Post-production|
|2015–2018||The Americans||Kimberly Breland||Recurring role; 10 episodes|
|2016||Girls||Charlie's Roommate||Episode: "The Panic in Central Park"|
|2016–2017||The Get Down||Claudia Gunns||2 episodes|
|2017–present||Ozark||Ruth Langmore||Main role|
|2018||Waco||Michelle Jones||Miniseries; 6 episodes|
|Maniac||Ellie Landsberg||Miniseries; 5 episodes|
|2018–2019||Dirty John||Terra Newell||Main role; 6 episodes|
|2019||Modern Love||Maddy||2 episodes|
|2020||Robot Chicken||Various voices||Episode: "Callie Greenhouse in: Fun. Sad. Epic. Tragic"|
|TBA||Inventing Anna||Anna Delvey||Main role|
Awards and nominations
|2011||Gotham Independent Film Awards||Best Ensemble Performance||Martha Marcy May Marlene||Nominated|||
|2013||Fantastic Fest||Best Actress – Horror Features||We Are What We Are||Won|||
|2014||Fangoria Chainsaw Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|||
|2018||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series||Ozark||Nominated|||
|Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|Critics' Choice Television Awards||Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|||
|Best Supporting Actress in a Movie/Miniseries||Dirty John||Nominated|
|2019||Gold Derby Television Awards||Best Drama Supporting Actress||Ozark||Nominated|||
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Won|||
|2020||Primetime Emmy Awards||Pending|||
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