Julia Roberts filmography

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A photograph of Roberts at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival
Julia Roberts at the premiere of Homecoming at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival

Julia Roberts is an American actress and producer who made her acting debut in the 1987 direct-to-video feature Firehouse.[1] She made her breakthrough the following year by starring in the coming-of-age film Mystic Pizza (1988).[2][3][4] For her supporting role in the comedy-drama Steel Magnolias (1989), she received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress.[5][6] Roberts' next role was with Richard Gere in the highly successful romantic comedy Pretty Woman (1990),[7][8] for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (Musical or Comedy).[6] In 1991, she appeared in the psychological thriller Sleeping with the Enemy, and played Tinker Bell in the Steven Spielberg-directed fantasy adventure Hook. Two years later, Roberts starred in the legal thriller The Pelican Brief, an adaptation of the John Grisham novel of the same name. During the late 1990s, she played the lead in the romantic comedies My Best Friend's Wedding (1997), Notting Hill (1999), and Runaway Bride (1999).

In 2000, Roberts became the first actress to earn $20 million, for playing the eponymous environmental activist in the Steven Soderbergh-directed biographical film Erin Brockovich.[9][10] Her performance garnered her the Academy Award for Best Actress, the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (Drama).[6][11][12] The following year, she starred in the romantic comedy America's Sweethearts (2001), and reteamed with Soderbergh on the comedy heist remake Ocean's Eleven (2001). Roberts appeared in the 2003 drama, Mona Lisa Smile, which earned her a then record $25 million salary.[10][13] The following year, she starred in the romantic drama Closer (2004), and also reprised her role in the sequel, Ocean's Twelve (2004). In 2006, she lent her voice to two animated films: The Ant Bully, and Charlotte's Web. Roberts went on to appear in the comedy-dramas Charlie Wilson's War (2007) and Eat Pray Love (2010), following which she starred in August: Osage County (2013), for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[9] In 2016, Roberts played a television producer in the thriller Money Monster and the following year, she played a mother coping with her son's Treacher Collins syndrome in the comedy-drama Wonder.[14]

Roberts made her television debut in the drama series Crime Story in 1987. She appeared in the crime drama series Miami Vice, and the television film Baja Oklahoma (both in 1988). In 1996, Roberts guest starred on the television sitcom Friends. Her guest star appearance on the police procedural/legal drama Law & Order in 1999, earned Roberts a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.[15] She has, as of 2014, served as an executive producer on four films in the American Girl film series. The first three were television films while the fourth, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, had a theatrical release in 2008. In 2014, Roberts provided narration for an episode of the documentary series Makers: Women Who Make America, and appeared in the television film The Normal Heart. Her role in the latter garnered Roberts a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie.[15]

Film[edit]

A photograph of Roberts attending the Deauville American Film Festival in 1990
Roberts at the Deauville American Film Festival in 1990
A photograph of Roberts attending the premiere of Jesus Henry Christ in 2011
Julia Roberts attending the premiere of Jesus Henry Christ in 2011
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1987 Firehouse Babs Uncredited
Direct-to-video release
[1][16][17]
1988 Satisfaction Daryle Shane [18]
1988 Mystic Pizza Daisy Arujo [19]
1989 Blood Red Marisa Collogero Filmed in 1986 [17][20]
1989 Steel Magnolias Shelby Eatenton Latcherie [21]
1990 Pretty Woman Vivian Ward [22]
1990 Flatliners Rachel Mannus [23]
1991 Sleeping with the Enemy Laura Williams Burney/ Sara Waters [24]
1991 Dying Young Hilary O'Neil [25]
1991 Hook Tinker Bell [26]
1992 The Player Herself Cameo [27][28]
1993 The Pelican Brief Darby Shaw [29]
1994 I Love Trouble Sabrina Peterson [30]
1994 Prêt-à-Porter Anne Eisenhower [31]
1995 Something to Talk About Grace King Bichon [32]
1996 Mary Reilly Mary Reilly [33]
1996 Michael Collins Kitty Kiernan [34]
1996 Everyone Says I Love You Von Sidell [35]
1997 My Best Friend's Wedding Julianne Potter [36]
1997 Conspiracy Theory Alice Sutton [37]
1998 Stepmom Isabel Kelly Also executive producer [38]
1999 Notting Hill Anna Scott [39]
1999 Runaway Bride Maggie Carpenter [40]
2000 Erin Brockovich Erin Brockovich [9]
2001 The Mexican Samantha Barzel [41]
2001 America's Sweethearts Kiki Harrison [42]
2001 Ocean's Eleven Tess Ocean [43]
2002 Grand Champion Jolene [44][45]
2002 Full Frontal Francesca / Catherine [46]
2002 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Patricia Watson [47]
2003 Mona Lisa Smile Katherine Ann Watson [48]
2004 Tell Them Who You Are Herself [49]
2004 Closer Anna Cameron [50]
2004 Ocean's Twelve Tess Ocean [51]
2006 The Ant Bully Hova Voice only [52]
2006 Charlotte's Web Charlotte the Spider Voice only [53]
2007 Charlie Wilson's War Joanne Herring [54]
2008 Fireflies in the Garden Lisa Taylor [55][56]
2008 Kit Kittredge: An American Girl Executive producer [57]
2009 Duplicity Claire Stenwick [58]
2010 Valentine's Day Captain Kate Hazeltine [59]
2010 Eat Pray Love Elizabeth Gilbert [60]
2011 Jesus Henry Christ Executive producer [61][62]
2011 Love, Wedding, Marriage Ava's Therapist Voice only [63][64]
2011 Larry Crowne Mercedes Tainot [65]
2012 Mirror, Mirror Queen Clementianna [66]
2013 August: Osage County Barbara Fordham [9][67]
2015 Secret in Their Eyes Jess Cobb [68]
2016 Mother's Day Miranda [69]
2016 Money Monster Patty Fenn [70]
2017 Smurfs: The Lost Village Smurf Willow Voice only [71]
2017 Wonder Isabel Pullman [72]
2018 Ben Is Back Holly Burns [73]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1987 Crime Story Tracy Episode: "The Survivor" [74][75]
1988 Miami Vice Polly Wheeler Episode: "Mirror Image" [76]
1988 Baja Oklahoma Cannot Hutchins Television film [77]
1995 Before Your Eyes: Angelie's Secret Narrator Television film [78]
1996 Friends Susie Moss Episode: "The One After the Superbowl" [79]
1998 Murphy Brown Herself Episode: "Never Can Say Goodbye" [80][81]
1999 Law & Order Katrina Ludlow Episode: "Empire" [15][80]
2000 Silent Angels: The Rett Syndrome Story Narrator [82]
2003 Queens Supreme Executive producer
[83]
2003 Freedom: A History of US Virginia Eyewitness/
Appleton's Journal
2 episodes [84]
2004 Samantha: An American Girl Holiday Executive producer
Television film
[85]
2005 Felicity: An American Girl Adventure Executive producer
Television film
[86]
2006 Beslan: Three Days In September Narrator Documentary [87]
2006 Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front Executive producer
Television film
[88]
2011 Extraordinary Moms Presenter Documentary
Also executive producer
[89]
2014 Makers: Women Who Make America Narrator Episode: "Women in Hollywood" [90]
2014 The Normal Heart Dr. Emma Brookner Television film [91]
2017 Running Wild with Bear Grylls Herself Episode: "Julia Roberts" [92]
2018 Homecoming Heidi Bergman 10 episodes
Also executive producer
[93]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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