Many people think that Julianne Moore is one of the most talented and versatile actors of her time. They admire and respect her for her wide range and depth as an actress.
She has become an example and role model for many people because she broke new ground as a woman in the entertainment business.
Julianne Moore was honest in a recent talk with The Sunday Times about how she is accepting her age and the good changes that come with it.
Because she turned 60 during the pandemic, the star kept her big birthday pretty low-key.
Bart Freundlich, Moore’s husband, and their two children, a son named Caleb, 23, and a daughter named Liv, 19, live with them.
Ageism happens a lot in Hollywood, and it happens a lot to female stars. Moore did say that she is not afraid of getting older, though.
“It’s silly to talk about it as a bad thing when there are so many good things about getting older,” she said.
There is a lot of judgment in the phrase “aging gracefully.”
Do you know of a rude way to get older? We don’t have a choice, of course. “Aging is something that can’t be stopped, so it’s neither good nor bad; it just is,” Moore said.
She also said that her old agent once told her that directors wouldn’t want to cast her in parts because she wasn’t pretty enough.
“The feedback kept coming in: ‘Could she be more beautiful?'” She said, “I remember thinking, ‘Oh dear, I’m not sure I have much control over that.'”
The more she said, the more true it seemed to her. “I’ve been very lucky, but I also don’t want to keep beating that ‘there’s nothing for women out there’ drum,” she said.
“My mother has a lot to do with it because she wouldn’t let us go in the sun,” Julianne said about how she stays beautiful as she ages.
“I look just like her, and she couldn’t be out in the sun.” Every day I put sunscreen on my face and a hat on top of that.
The redhead also talked about how she takes care of her face with microneedling and radio frequency and how she eats a lot of fish and vegetables.
She also said, “I’m not that good; I like wine.” Things that make me happy are what I try to do.
She also told the newspaper that she had hit some important life milestones later than some of her peers. Before she got married, she had her first child when she was in her late 30s.
She says, “I’ve been so lucky.” “When I was young, I worked hard and was very focused.” I was persistent and reliable; I was always on time and ready for a tryout. It was a great job for me.
“But I didn’t feel happy in my personal life, and it wasn’t until I was in my early 30s that I said, ‘I want that too.'” I wanted to start a family, have kids, and be with someone who also wanted to have kids.