Julianne Nicholson’s Naked Truth – Husband, Net Worth, Bio

Who is Julianne Nicholson?

Born on July 1, 1971 in Medford, Massachusetts, USA, Julianne Nicholson is an actress, known for her work in several television shows and movies. Some of her most notable projects include ‘Boardwalk Empire’, ‘Masters of Sex’ and ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’ in which she played Detective Megan Wheeler.

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The net worth of Julianne Nicholson

As of early 2020, Julianne Nicholson’s net worth is estimated at over $3 million, earned through a successful acting career since 1997, including stage productions and independent projects.

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Early life, education and career start

Julianne grew up in Medford, the oldest of four children. She had no intention of pursuing a career in entertainment at first, but developed her interest when she attended Arlington Catholic High School. The school is located in nearby Boston, and after her matriculation she was offered a modeling contract that saw her find work in New York. After working as a model for six months, industry pressures made her uninterested in continuing.

She took a break from work for a while and revived her interest when she was offered a contract in Paris, where she lived for six months.

She then returned to New York and completed a college degree and enrolled at Hunter College as a general studies student. At the time, she wanted to switch to acting, so she started studying the trade while working as a waitress to make ends meet. She eventually dropped out of college after two years to pursue acting entirely, and in the late 1990s landed her first film projects, including “One True Thing” and “The Love Letter.”

Continued acting

Nicholson also worked in television, primarily making guest appearances on shows like “New York Undercover” and “Nothing Sacred.”

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She got some long-term work in 1999 when she participated in the “Storm of the Century” series, which was created by Stephen King, and is one of the few of his projects that is not based on his writings. More opportunities soon opened up for her, and she landed her first regular role in the 13-episode series “The Others”, featuring characters with psychic abilities battling supernatural forces.

In 2001, she gained some attention when she became a lead actor in “Ally McBeal” and stayed until its end in mid-2002.

The show was known for finding huge popularity during its inception, winning numerous awards and boosting the careers of Calista Flockhart and other cast members. Julianne then worked on the short-lived “Presidio Med,” before landing one of her most notable roles in “Law & Order: criminal intent‘, the third series of the ‘Law & Order’ franchise, which lasted 10 seasons, although she was only part of three.

Rise to fame

While Julianne got roles on television, she also pursued film work when she had the time.

She collaborated with Demi Moore for the film “Passion of Mind”, directed by Alain Berliner, and starred in the independent film “Tully”, which also starred Glenn Fitzgerald. The film is based on a short story written by Tom McNeal, and she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for her performance. She also worked on “Speakeasy,” “I’m with Lucy,” and “Seeing Other People,” the latter earning her a US Comedy Arts Festival Award.

Towards the end of the decade, she worked on the romantic comedy film “Puccini for Beginners”, in which she had a small role, then partnered with Sally Field in the film “Two Weeks” before being cast for John Krasinski’s directorial debut – ” Short interviews with hideous men”.

In 2013, her popularity skyrocketed when she played the role of Ivy Weston in “August: Osage County”, with a star-studded cast including Benedict Cumberbatch, Ewan McGregor, Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep.

Recent projects

Nicholson continued to enjoy consistent work over the years, working on such films as “Black Mass”, “From Nowhere” and “Sophie and the Rising Sun”. In 2017, she was cast as Diane Rawlinson in “I, Tonya”, a biographical film about the life of former figure skater Tonya Harding, who became involved in an attack on her rival Nancy Kerrigan, which led to the end of her career. The titular character was played by Margot Robbie and the film received positive reviews for its actors’ performances, but criticism for presenting Tonya as a victim.

On television, Nicholson portrayed Esther Randolf during two seasons of the show “Boardwalk Empire” which aired on HBO; the show follows the life of a politician who gains control of Atlantic City in the 1920s to the 1930s, and attracted considerable attention for his story, inspired by current figures from history and his presentation, winning numerous awards. She also received praise for her work in a season of “masters of sexin which she called Dr. Lillian DePaul played. The series is based on Thomas Maier’s biography of the same name, which tells the story of the research team Masters and Johnson, who were some of the pioneers in the study of human sexuality.

Private life

Julianne met actor Jonathan Cake while filming the pilot for an HBO show called “Marriage”, which was never picked up by the network. The two clicked and started a relationship that led to their marriage in 2004. The couple has two children together, although they don’t talk much about their relationship. Cake is best known for his work in the 1990s, in several films such as “Mosley” and “Noah’s Ark”. One of his most recent projects is “Desperate Housewives”, in which he played Detective Chuck Vance. The couple has no social media accounts and prefers to stay off-grid.


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