Julie Bowen Net Worth 2022: Early Life, Career, Personal Life, and More Update!
Julie Bowen Net Worth: Julie Bowen is an American actress and filmmaker with an estimated net worth of $18 million. She rose to prominence as Claire Dunphy in the critically acclaimed ABC comedy Modern Family.
Bowen became interested in acting as a child while performing plays in their backyard with her two sisters. Bowen has appeared in the popular comedy films Life of the Party co-written by Melissa McCarthy, and Horrible Bosses.
Bowen is also recognised for her appearances on the successful ABC dramas Lost and Ed, as well as the darkly humorous Showtime series Weeds and Boston Legal. Throughout her career, Bowen has also sponsored and donated to various charities close to her heart, and she frequently participates in fundraising and awareness activities.
Julie Bowen Early Life
Julie Bowen Luetkemeyer was born on March 3rd, 1970 in Baltimore, Maryland, to real estate agent John Luetkemeyer Jr. and Suzanne Luetkemeyer. She has two siblings, Annie and Molly.
She started out at the Calvert School in Baltimore and the Garrison Forest School in Maryland before moving on to St. George’s School in Rhode Island. She also went to the prestigious and upper-class Roland Park County School in Baltimore, Maryland at one point.
Julie Bowen Net Worth
Julie Bowen’s net worth is expected to be $18 million in 2022. Bowen was one of the highest-paid TV actresses in 2016, earning $12 million. Her main source of income is Modern Family, but she also has a few thousand dollars from other brands. Notably, Bowen earns millions through her production firm and Neutrogena sponsorship, and her philanthropic endeavours considerably contribute to her wealth.
Julie Bowen Career
Bowen obtained a BA in Renaissance Studies from Brown University after graduating from high school. She had her first taste of acting when she was in college and performed in stage performances of Stage Door, Guys and Dolls, and Lemon Sky.
Bowen spent her junior year in Florence, Italy, where she studied Italian and became fluent in the language. Before graduating, she landed a main role in the independent film Five Spot Jewel. She moved to New York after graduation and enrolled in the prestigious Actors Studio, where she studied acting.
Julie Bowen Acting Career
Bowen made her acting debut in 1992 on the soap opera Loving and the following year in an episode of the college drama Class of ’96. She appears in the television film Runaway Daughters in 1994.
In 1996, she appeared in Happy Gilmore and Multiplicity, and in 1997, she appeared in An American Werewolf in Paris. She appeared as a guest on television series such as Party of Five the same year.
Bowen then appeared as Roxanne Please on ER (1998-99) and rose to prominence on the television series Ed (2000–04). She later starred as a guest star on Lost (2005-07) and Boston Legal (2004), as well as in a recurring role on Weeds (2008).
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— Julie Bowen (@itsJulieBowen) October 20, 2022
Julie Bowen Personal Life
Bowen married Scott Phillips, a software developer and real estate investor, in 2004, and the couple had three sons, Oliver and twins Gus and John. She divorced Phillips in 2018.