Julianne Moore is one of the most accomplished actors of our day. She’s appeared in dozens of critically acclaimed films—including "The Hours," "Boogie Nights," "A Single Man," and "The Kids are All Right." She’s been nominated for four Oscars. She’s won a Golden Globe.
But aside from films, Moore has a whole other universe of projects and passions. She was one of Alec Baldwin’s love interests on last season’s "Thirty Rock." She’s written a series of children’s books called "Freckleface Strawberry," which have now been adapted to a Broadway show. And she’s one of the many famous faces, along with Meryl Streep and Mario Batali, who have contributed to the "Celebrity Pasta Lovers Cookbook" (each time you download a copy at sharethetable.com, a dollar is raised for Meals on Wheels).
Julianne Moore talks with us about her many loves and identities—both off and on screen.