Julia Garner

Julia Garner

Highest Rated: 92% The Assistant (2019)

Lowest Rated: 15% The Last Exorcism Part II (2013)

Birthday: Feb 1, 1994

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Julia Garner was an American actress who came up through independent film and early 2000s prestige TV, becoming an unwitting fashion icon in the process. Born on February 1, 1991 in The Bronx, NY, Garner came from an artistic family: her mother, Tami Gingold, was a successful Israeli comedian before becoming a therapist, while her father, Thomas Garner, was a painter and an art teacher. Her older sister, Anna, is an artist and a writer. She began taking acting lessons at 15 in an effort to overcome her shyness, and before long was appearing in short films for grad students at Columbia. This lead to Garner landing her first feature film role, a supporting part in the thriller "Martha Marcy May Marlene" (2011), about a woman who escapes an abusive cult. The next year, Garner appeared in three feature films, including her first starring role in the stylish allegorical religious drama "Electrick Children" (2012), as well as supporting roles in the adaptation of the beloved YA classic "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" (2012), and the 60s garage rock coming of age tale "Not Fade Away" (2012), in which her part was written specifically for her by the film's director, "Sopranos" (HBO, 1999-2006) creator David Chase. 2013 proved to be a year of horror for Garner, as she appeared in two spine-tingling films: "We Are What We Are" (2013), a remake of a Mexican horror film about a family of cannibals, and the somewhat oxymoronically titled "The Last Exorcism Part II" (2013). After appearing alongside Lily Tomlin in the indie sleeper hit "Grandma" (2015), Garner made a move to television, where she would prove to be just as successful: her first role was a recurring part on season 3 of the acclaimed domestic espionage drama "The Americans" (FX, 2013-2018). She soon landed cameos on the penultimate season of Lena Dunham's divisive millennial tale "Girls" (HBO, 2012-2017), and the first season of Baz Luhrmann's 70s-set hip-hop drama "The Get Down" (Netflix, 2016-2017). Garner got her biggest break yet when she was cast as Ruth Langmore, a young budding criminal, alongside Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, on the acclaimed crime drama "Ozark" (Netflix, 2017-).

Highest rated movies

The Assistant
Martha Marcy May Marlene
Electrick Children
We Are What We Are
I Believe in Unicorns
Tomato Red: Blood Money Good Kids




92% 25% The Assistant Jane (Character) $1.1M 2019
No Score Yet 46% One Percent More Humid Catherine (Character) - 2017
67% 40% Tomato Red: Blood Money Jamalee Merridew (Character) $4.2K 2017
No Score Yet 62% Everything Beautiful Is Far Away Rola (Character) - 2017
33% 41% Good Kids Tinsley (Character) - 2016
91% 67% Grandma Sage (Character) $7.0M 2015
84% 51% I Believe in Unicorns Cassidy (Character) - 2014
15% 26% The Last Exorcism Part II Gwen (Character) $15.2M 2013
86% 50% We Are What We Are Rose Parker (Character) $76.6K 2013
22% 25% HairBrained Shauna (Character) - 2013
88% 72% Electrick Children Rachel (Character) - 2012
90% 71% Martha Marcy May Marlene Sarah (Character) $3.0M 2011


No Score Yet No Score Yet Inventing Anna Anna Delvey (Character) 2022
No Score Yet 56% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2020
81% 89% Ozark Ruth (Character) 2017-2018 2020
No Score Yet 37% Late Night With Seth Meyers Guest 2019-2020
65% 59% Modern Love Maddy (Character) 2019
80% 74% Dirty John Terra Newell (Character) 2018-2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Guest 2018
No Score Yet 0% The Ellen DeGeneres Show Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly Guest 2018
96% 93% The Americans Kimberly Breland (Guest Star) 2015-2018
No Score Yet 75% Girls Charlie's Roommate (Guest Star) 2016