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Julie Bowen Height 5' 6" Born March 3 1970 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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Julie Bowen: Graduated from Brown University in 1991 with a B.A. degree in Renaissance studies. She spent her junior year in Florence, Italy.
Family: parents Jack and Susie Luetkemeyer, father Jack works in commercial real estate, Julie is the middle child of three daughters, older sister Molly Luetkemeyer is an interior designer in Los Angeles, and younger sister Annie is a doctor in San Francisco.
Has said she regretted making The Last Man on Planet Earth (1999) (TV) because she was the non-lesbian character.
Went to Costa Rica on her honeymoon. While there, she and her husband helped newly-hatched baby turtles crawl from their nest to the ocean, ensuring that the group survived instead of being attacked by predators.
Attended the prestigious Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, Maryland.
Has a pacemaker.
Commented that, apparently genuinely, the actor out there now that she finds the sexiest is DJ Qualls, who makes a very unconventional sex symbol.
She is a spokesperson for Neutrogena.
Her husband Scott Phillips, a real-estate investor, proposed Thanksgiving 2003, when she was starring as schoolteacher "Carol Vessey" on TV's "Ed" (2000). The two have been married since September 2004.
Julie and her husband, Scott Phillips, became the parents of a boy, Oliver McLanahan Phillips, on April 10, 2007 in Los Angeles. Oliver weighed in 6 lbs. 15 oz. and measured 19 inches long.
Says that, while she was at the tail end of filming her fake labor scene on "Boston Legal" (2004), she went into actual labor with her son Oliver.
Expecting her second child. [November 5, 2008].
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