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Julie Bowen is the kind of outstanding role-player fans and critics will be talking about 20 years from now. She has been in several films that were very successful in the last few years.. You can always get the latest scoops on Julie Bowen right here on Celeb Source.

Style Standouts at the Critics’ Choice TV Awards Zooey Deschanel, Julie Bowen, Christina Hendricks and more small-screen stars hit the event’s red carpet in big, head-turning looks [link]

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Julie Bowen (born March 3, 1970) is an American film and television actress. Among other places, Bowen studied acting at the Actor’s Institute. On television, she has had guest roles on Party of Five, Strange Luck, and a recurring role on ER as the girlfriend of Dr. Carter.
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Raised in suburban Ruxton, she first attended the Calvert, Garrison Forest School, and also attended St. George’s School, Newport, in Rhode Island. During college, she had roles in Guys and Dolls, Stage Door, and Lemon Sky. She also had the lead role in the 1994 television film Runaway Daughters, opposite Paul Rudd. in films, Bowen played the love interest of the title character in Happy Gilmore. Roles in other films include An American Werewolf in Paris and Multiplicity.
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Roles in other films include An American Werewolf in Paris and Multiplicity. On the sketch comedy program Stella Shorts, Bowen played an angel in the “Raking Leaves” episode. in the fall of 2005, Bowen joined the cast of Boston Legal, playing attorney Denise Bauer. Bowen married Scott Phillips, a real-estate investor, on September 9, 2004.