About Julia Ormond
It has been stated that the total amount of Julia Ormond net worth is as much as 5 million dollars, according to the current calculations. Julia Ormond earned most of her wealth because of her career as an actress. Julia Ormond became a well known film actress when she appeared in a string of popular movies, such as “First Knight”, “The Barber of Siberia”, “Legends of the Fall” and “Sabrina”. These films not only made her more known in the film industry, but also added up a lot of revenues to the overall size of Julia Ormond net worth.
In 2010, the actress appeared in the HBO movie called “Temple Grandin”. For her role in this film, Julia Ormond became a recipient of an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie.
The actress was born in 1965 in Epsom, Surrey. Her father worked as a computer software engineer, whereas her mother was a laboratory technician. When she was studying at school, Julia Ormond appeared in some stage productions, including “My Fair Lady” and “Guys and Dolls”. The first show in which she appeared on British TV was called “Traffik”, released in 1989.
In the beginning of her acting career, Julia Ormond also appeared in some TV films, such as “Stalin” and “Young Catherine”. In 1993, Julia Ormond appeared in her first international movie as a leading actress, called “The Baby of Macon”. In 1994, she got a role in one of her most prominent films, called “Legends of the Fall”, where she starred next to Brad Pitt. In 1995, she got two more leading roles in two films, called “Sabrina” and “First Knight”. In 1997, Julia Ormond appeared as a leading actress again, in the film called “Smilla’s Sense of Snow”. In 1998, she appeared in a Russian production called “The Barber of Siberia”. Thus, all of these film appearances not only made her more known internationally, but also increased the overall estimate of Julia Ormond net worth.
Julia Ormond has also appeared as a supporting actress in a string of films, such as “My Week with Marilyn”, “Che: Part One” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”. She has ventured into film industry even more when she established her production company called Indican Productions. She was the executive producer of the documentary film called “Calling the Ghosts: A Story about Rape, War and Women”. The movie became a winner of some awards, including a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award and a CableACE Award. The movie was chosen to be shown at the Toronto and Berlin International Film Festivals. In addition to her TV and film work, Julia Ormond has appeared in some popular stage plays, such as “My Zinc Bed”. For her role in this play, she was awarded the Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress in 2001.