Why doesn’t Julianne Moore, 60, age gracefully?

It’s difficult for us to fathom the pressure imposed on folks in Hollywood to always seem youthful and faultless.

However, hearing stories of stars who resist all of these pressures simply adds to their awe.

Julianne Moore is widely regarded as one of her generation’s most gifted and diverse actors, appreciated and respected for her great range and depth as a performer.

She has been an inspiration and role model for many people as a trailblazing woman in the entertainment world.

Julianne Moore recently spoke honestly to The Sunday Times about accepting her age and the great changes that come with it.

The actress turned 60 during the epidemic, so she kept her big day simple at the moment.

“It was just dinner with my family — it wasn’t a blow-out or anything,” Moore said to the British tabloid. “I was thankful that we were able to be together.”

Moore and her husband, filmmaker Bart Freundlich, have a 23-year-old son Caleb and a 19-year-old daughter Liv.

Female actors, in particular, are frequently victims of ageism in Hollywood. Nonetheless, Moore stated that she is not terrified of growing older.

“It seems so silly to talk about it as something negative when it is a privilege to continue to age,” she went on to say.

“There’s so much judgement inherent in the term ‘aging gracefully.'”

“Is there an unattractive way to age?” Of course, we don’t have a choice. “No one has a choice about aging, so it’s neither a positive nor a negative thing,” Moore explained.

She also revealed that her previous agency once informed her that she was not beautiful enough for filmmakers to cast in parts.

“Apparently, people kept asking, ‘Could she be any prettier?'” “And I remember thinking to myself, ‘Oh dear, I’m not sure I have much control over that,'” she explained.

“I’ve been very fortunate,” she says, “but I also hate to keep beating that ‘there’s nothing for women out there’ drum because I feel like the more you say it, the more it becomes true.”

Julianne has also discussed how she maintains her youthful appearance as she matures, adding, “My mother has a lot to do with it because she wouldn’t let us go out in the sun.”

“She couldn’t be in the sun, and I resemble her.” Every day, I apply sunscreen on my face and wear a hat.”

The redhead also discussed her usage of face treatments including microneedling and radio frequency, as well as her diet rich in fish and vegetables.

“I’m not that good,” she added, “but I like wine.” I strive to limit my activities to those that make me happy.”

She also mentioned to the publication that she attained key milestones later in life than some of her colleagues. She married Freundlich in her early 40s after having her first kid in her late 30s.

“I have been so lucky, I really have,” she tells me. “When I was younger, I was a diligent worker who was laser-focused. I was persistent and consistent, always prepared and on time for auditions. And I was doing an excellent job.

“However, I discovered that my personal life was not successful, and it wasn’t until I was in my early thirties that I realized, ‘I want that too.'” I wanted to start a family, to have children, and to be with someone who wanted to have children as well.”

We adore Julianne Moore’s attitude about aging! What are your thoughts about growing older? Tell us in the comments!

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