Julie Bowen is an experienced American actress and model known for her work in the television series Ed as Carl Vessey and Sarah Shepherd in Lost. Throughout her career, she has won many notable awards in recognition of her beautiful work in both films and television series, which have made her famous worldwide.
Just as it is interesting to see her on-screen, her biography is also an interesting read. Here you can read all about Julie Bowen and her professional career, her husband, her assets, and the story behind her plastic surgery.
Julie Bowen’s Biography
The actress began her life as Dead, born March 3, 1970, and named Julie Bowen Luetkemeyer in Baltimore, Maryland, as the second of three girls born to her mother Suzanne (née Frey) and father John Alexander Luetkemeyer, Jr.
She grew up in Ruxton-Riderwood, Maryland, where she attended the Calvert School, later moved to Garrison Forest School, Roland Park Country School, and finally St. George’s School in Newport, Rhode Island. After high school, Julie Bowen went on to study the Italian Renaissance at Brown University, graduating with a BA in Renaissance Studies. During her time in college and as an innate actress, she played roles in Guys and Dolls, Stage Door, and Lemon Sky, as well as a lead role in the film Five Spot Jewel.
After graduating from Brown University, Julie went to the Empire State (New York) and studied all the more in the Actor’s Studio as she wanted to perfect her acting skills. While still studying in the studio, words were spoken about her talent, and in 1992 she got a role in a soap opera called Loving.
This was followed by another role in an episode of a 1993 college drama entitled Class 96, after which she caught the audience’s attention with a lead role in Daughters, a 1994 television movie, followed by her role as the main character’s love interest in Happy Gilmore (1996).
From 1998 to 1999, Julie Bowen made other films with a recurring role in ER as Roxanne Please. In 2000 she made her debut in a television series as Carol Vessey, a high school teacher, in Ed, which ran from 2000 to 2004. Another of her remarkable works was her appearance in the episode Celebrity Jeopardy on August 31, 2010.
Since the beginning of her career, especially after her major breakthrough, Julie Bowen has appeared in a film or television series time and again. Her most recent works include Marcie Strong in the film Life of the Party and in the episode in which she accompanies Gwen from LA to Vegas: “The Affair”. Over the years, we’ll probably see Julie in more film projects, because we just can’t get enough of her.
The actress has seen more good than bad times in her career (if any), for which she was rewarded with a net worth of 16 million dollars. Julie is still very active in the industry, so she can expect a further increase in her net worth with more work to come.
Husband – Scott Phillips
Bowen’s married life has been an encouragement to other actors, actresses, and corporate celebrities alike to work in the industry or marry someone in an industry where divorce and cases of marital infidelity are common. At some point, it seemed that there would be a story of “they lived happily ever after”, but the same cannot be said of them today.
Julie Bowen married Scott Philips on September 9, 2004, and their marriage produced three children: Oliver, born on April 10, 2007, and twin boys John and Gustav, born on May 8, 2009.
It broke her heart when in February 2016 the news came out that she wanted to divorce her 13-year-old husband. When worried fans began to wonder what could have gone wrong between a mother of three and her devoted husband, it was revealed that they had been separated since 2016, which Julie believed meant she would attend the Emmys 2016 alone.
Well, she set the date for the final divorce on December 17, 2017, while she cited the “troublesome” irreconcilable differences as a curse for breaking up with her husband. She prayed that the courts would grant her and her soon-to-be ex-husband joint legal and physical custody of her three boys, while at the same time not burdening her with marital maintenance.
After her official divorce date, it was revealed that Julie and Scott were trying to keep things together for the good of their sons, but their last-minute attempt was not strong enough to withstand the debacle of their once happy union. It is official, Julie Bowen is now a divorced mother of three children.
The TV star, like many others in her profession, had some cosmetic surgery done on her to improve her appearance. It was said that she had lip fillers enlarged, her cheeks contoured with fillers, and judging by the new flawless appearance of her skin, Julie probably had laser resurfacing or micro-needling with PRP or stem cells.