Julie Yaeger Wiki Bio
Julie Yaeger was born in the USA in 1975 – she hasn’t disclosed the exact place or date of her birth, but her zodiac sign is believed to be Gemini, and she holds American nationality. Julie is a film writer and producer, but who is probably known best for being the wife of famous American actor and comedian Paul Rudd.
Childhood and education
Julie was raised in the USA an only child by her parents, about whom nothing is known at they prefer to stay away from media, however, there are those who believe that Julie is not very close to them.
She grew up watching movies and dreaming about becoming a model or an actress; unfortunately, Julia hasn’t been able to make these dreams come true. She attended a local high school at which she practiced creative writing, and matriculated in 1993.
Julie hasn’t talked about her further education but it’s believed that she enrolled at college and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in 1997.
Upon graduation, Julie started her internship at the company Bella’s Event Planning, and after three months moved to work at McDougall Communications as a counselor. She joined the Good Way Group as their digital media coordinator, and also served as the unit publicist for the 1997 romantic drama film “Niagara, Niagara”, and the 1997 romantic comedy movie “Mr. Jealousy”.
In 2005, Julie produced the documentary series “The Suite with Dave Karger”, which starred Orlando Bloom, Eva Green and Jeremy Irons, and follows the journalist Dave as he interviews actors and actresses who have appeared in hit movies.
In 2007, she received special thanks for the critically acclaimed romantic comedy film “P. S. I Love You”, which starred Gerard Butler and Hilary Swank, and won two awards while it was nominated for four others. Julie also received special thanks for the 2014 episode “Bosom Buddies” of the comedy series “The Greatest Event in Television History”.
In 2017, she wrote the comedy movie “Fun Mom Dinner” directed by Alethea Jones and which starred Katie Aselton, Toni Collette and Bridget Everett. It follows four mothers who decide to go out on a ‘fun mom dinner’, and won one award out of the two it was nominated for.
Marriage with Paul Rudd and kids
Julie and Paul Rudd met back in 1995 when she was working at a publicist’s office.
Paul came there to promote his new movie “Clueless”, and asked Julie out on a date less than a month later. They married in a private ceremony on 23 February 2003, with only a couple of their closest friends and family members attending; in 2006, Julie gave birth to their son Jack Sullivan Rudd, while their daughter Darby Rudd followed in 2010.
Sometime in early 1998, Julie and Paul split for a while, and Paul began seeing the famous actress Jennifer Aniston. They met on the set of the movie “The Object of My Affection”, but were together for only a couple of months before splitting ways.
As of February 2021, Paul is married to Julie Yaeger and they have two children together.
Hobbies and other interests
Julie is keen on tasting various cuisines, and combines this with her passion for travelling.
She has been to many US states, but prefers to travel overseas, and has visited numerous European countries with her favorites being Italy and Switzerland. Her favorite cuisine is Italian as she likes to eat pizza and spaghetti, while she also enjoys French croissants.
She likes to read books while travelling – her favorite author is Agatha Christie while her favorite book is “Murder on the Orient Express”.
Julia enjoys going shopping for clothes and her favorite colors of clothes are black and red.
She has her own favorite actor and actress – Tom Cruise and Angelina Jolie – and a couple of her favorite movies are “The Last Samurai”, “Top Gun” and “Mr. and Mrs Smith”.
Age, height and wealth
Julie is 45 or 46 years old, has long blonde hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 134lbs (62kgs) with vital statistics aof 35-28-36, bra side 34B and shoe size eight. As of February 2021, her and Paul’s shared net worth has been estimated at over $70 million.
Who is Paul Rudd?
Paul Stephen Rudd was born in Passaic, New Jersey USA, on 6 April 1969 – his zodiac sign is Aries and he holds American nationality. He has won nine awards and has been nominated for 26 others, including a 2020 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy for the science fiction comedy “Living with Yourself”, also starring Aisling Bea and Desmin Borges, and following a man who undergoes treatment to become a better man, and then learns that he has actually been replaced by an ‘upgraded’ version of himself.
Paul was raised in Passaic alongside his sister Mandi Rudd Arnold, by their mother Gloria Irene Granville who worked at the TV station KCMO-TV as a sales manager, and their father Michael Rudd who worked as an historical tour guide, and was a vice-president of Trans World Airlines. Both Paul’s parents were born in London, and he grew up reading British comics with his favorite two being “The Dandy” and “The Beano”. Aged 10, Paul moved to Lenexa in Kansas with his family, and they then lived in Anaheim in California for three years. Paul studied at Broadmoor Junior High before switching to Shawnee Mission West High School, from which he matriculated in 1987. He went on to enroll at the University of Kansas, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre in 1991.
We are not Paul Rudd, but listen to him. pic.twitter.com/rfwkuJlqUc
— PAUL-RUDD.COM (@paulruddcom) September 15, 2020
He also practiced his acting skills at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England.
He appeared in his first TV series – “Sisters” – in 1992, and in 1995 starred alongside Alicia Silverstone and Stacey Dash in the teen comedy film “Clueless”. He gained recognition in 2002 when invited to appear in several episodes of the critically acclaimed comedy series “Friends”, in which he portrayed Phoebe Buffay’s (Lisa Kudrow) husband. Paul was praised for his portrayal of Brian Fantana in the 2004 hit comedy movie “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy”, and then starred in the 2005 sex comedy film “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”, and the 2007 romantic comedy movie “Knocked Up”.
In 2009, Paul played the lead character in the 2009 critically acclaimed romantic comedy film “I Love You, Man” which also starred Jason Segel and Rashida Jones, and follows Peter Klaven who starts meeting men to find the best man for his wedding; the movie was nominated for nine awards, winning one. Paul played the lead character in the 2011 comedy movie “Our Idiot Brother”, and then starred as the superhero Ant-Man in the eponymous 2015 action movie. He portrayed Ant-Man again in the 2016 superhero movie “Captain America: Civil War”, as well as in the 2018 “Ant-Man and the Wasp”, and the 2019 “Avengers: Endgame”.
He has recently been cast to star in the movie “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”, set for release in 2022.
Paul has appeared in various Broadway plays, including “The Last Night of Ballyhoo” in 1997, “Twelfth Night” in 1998, and “Three Days of Rain” in 2006.
On 1 July 2015, Paul received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
He is a fan of baseball and American Football, and cheers for the Kansas City Royals and Kansas City Chiefs respectively.
He is a philanthropist who has worked with various charity organizations, and has been supporting the Stuttering Association for the Young for years now, as well as having founded the charity The Big Slick.