- 1 Who is Julie Yaeger?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Julie Yaeger Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Relationship with Paul Rudd
- 6 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 7 Who Is Her Husband? Paul Rudd Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Julie Yaeger?
Julie Yaeger was born in 1975 in New York City USA; the actual date of her birth is unknown. She is a 44-year-old former publicist, producer, screenwriter, but is probably best recognized for being the wife of famous Hollywood actor Paul Rudd.
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How rich is she, as of now? Julie Yaeger Net Worth
As of early 2020, Julie Yaeger’s net worth is over $1 million earned through her successful multi-faceted career. Besides that, it is assumed that she shares the wealth of her famous husband, Paul Rudd, reputedly over $70 million.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
Julie Yaeger spent her early years in her hometown of New York City, where she was raised in a Jewish family by her parents; however, their names haven’t been disclosed to the public yet, and it’s unknown if she has any siblings or not, but her nationality is American, and she belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group. Julie matriculated from Whitesboro High School, after which she enrolled into Saint John Fisher College in Rochester, New York, and obtained a degree in Public Relations.
Julie Yaeger started pursuing her career by doing an internship at the company Bella’s Event Planning, as well as an intern at McDougall Communications.
Thereafter, Julie spent some time working as a digital media co-ordinator for Goodway Group. She then pursued her career as a publicist, working on such film titles as “Niagara, Niagara”, “Mr. Jealousy”, and “Men in Black”, all in 1997. The job of publicist led her to meet Paul Rudd, who would later encourage her to try herself as a producer and screenwriter. So she served as an executive producer for the documentary series “The Suite With Dave Karger” in 2005, featuring such actors as Orlando Bloom and Eva Green. She then worked on the 2007 tragedy romance film “P.S. I Love You” and the 2014 episode “Bosom Buddies” of the comedy series “The Greatest Event In Television History”.
Most recently, Julie wrote the script for the 2017 comedy film “Fun Mom Dinner”, in which she also made a cameo appearance.
Relationship with Paul Rudd
Julie Yaeger and Paul Rudd met each other in New York in 1995, while she was working at the same public relations agency that he hired to promote his work. They immediately started dating, and after eight years, the couple eventually walked down the aisle at a ceremony held on 23 February 2003. Julie gave birth to their first child, a son they named Jack Sullivan Rudd in 2004, and they welcomed their second child, a daughter named Darby Rudd in 2009. They divide their time between their residences in Greenwich Village, New York City, and Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York.
In their spare time, Julie and Paul collaborate with various charitable organizations. They even run their own charity, called ‘Stuttering Association for the Young’.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Julie Yaeger has long blonde hair and hazel eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), weighs around 134lbs (62kgs), and her vital statistics are 35-28-36.
Who Is Her Husband? Paul Rudd Short Wiki/Bio
Paul Stephen Rudd was born on 6 April 1969 under the sign of Aries, in Passaic, New Jersey USA, where he was raised in a Jewish family by his father, Michael Rudd, who worked as a historical tour guide, and his mother, Gloria Irene Granville, was a sales manager for the KCMO-TV in Kansas City, Missouri, but he had a Bar Mitzvah ritual in Ontario.
At the age of ten, he moved with his family to Lenexa, Kansas, but they also lived for three years in Anaheim, California.
Paul went to Broadmoor Junior High, after which he attended Shawnee Mission West High School. Upon matriculation in 1987, he enrolled into the University of Kansas, from which he majored in Theatre. He also attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and then spent three months at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England.
Paul Rudd made his television debut in 1992, when he joined the cast of the NBC family drama “Sisters”, starring in the series as Kirby Quimby Philby until 1995, when he left to make his film debut in the role of Josh in the coming-of-age teen comedy “Clueless”, alongside Alicia Silverstone and Brittany Murphy.
During the same year, he played Tommy Doyle in the slasher film “Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers”, followed by his portrayal of Dave Paris in the romantic crime tragedy film “William Shakespeare’s Romeo And Juliet” in 1996.
Rise to Fame
He landed the role of Earl in the 1997 drama “The Locusts”, directed by John Patrick Kelley, played George Hanson in the 1998 romantic comedy-drama film “The Object Of My Affection”, opposite Jennifer Aniston, and featured as Wally Worthington in the 1999 drama “The Cider House Rules”, for which he was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.
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During the next year, he played Nick Carraway in the made-for-television drama “The Great Gatsby”, directed by Robert Markowitz, and Ian Curtis in the Hong Kong sci-fi action “Gen-Y Cops”.
In 2001 Paul Rudd landed the role of Andy in the romantic comedy “Wet Hot American Summer”, while his next major appearance came in the following year when he was cast as Phoebe Buffay’s husband Mike Hannigan in the popular NBC sitcom “Friends” to 2004. He then landed the role of Brian Fantana in Adam McKay’s 2004 comedy “Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy”, which was followed by his portrayal of David in Judd Apatow’s 2005 sex comedy film “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”, starring alongside Steve Carell.
Comedy Film Titles
Between 2006 and 2007, Paul was cast as Guy Gerricault in the Comedy Central’s series “Reno 911!”, after which he played Ethan in the 2007 comedy film “Reno 911!: Miami”. During the same year, he featured as Pete in the romantic comedy “Knocked Up”, for which he earned a Teen Choice Award nomination. By the end of the decade, Paul also portrayed Danny in the 2008 comedy “Role Models”, Peter Klaven in the 2009 comedy “I Love You, Man”, and Tim in the 2010 comedy “Dinner For Schmucks”. Moreover, he co-created, wrote and produced the Starz sitcom “Party Down” (2009-2010), which earned him an AFI Award for TV Program of the Year.
Roles in the Early 2000s
In 2011, Paul starred in the role of Ned in the comedy-drama “Our Idiot Brother”, which was followed by his appearances as Mr. Anderson in the 2012 drama “The Perks Of Being A Wallflower”, sharing a San Diego Film Critics Society award for Best Performance by an Ensemble with other cast members. He then reprised the role of Pete in the 2012 comedy “This Is 40”, a spin-off from “Knocked Up”, as well as the role of Brian Fantana in the 2013 sequel “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”. In 2012, he won a Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series for his performance as Bobby Newport in the NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation”.
Worldwide Recognition as Ant-Man
Paul then wrote and starred in the role of Scott Lang / Ant-Man in the Marvel superhero film “Ant-Man” (2015), winning a CinemaCon Award for Male Star of the Year. He would later reprise the role in another superhero film, entitled “Captain America: Civil War” (2016), and the sequel, “Ant-Man and The Wasp” (2018), and the superhero film “Avengers: Endgame” (2019). Besides that, he reprised the role of Andy in the Netflix prequel series “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp” (2015) and the Netflix sequel series “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later” (2017), with Elizabeth Banks and Bradley Cooper. He was also cast as Miles Elliot in the Netflix comedy series “Living With Yourself” (2019), for which he also served as an executive producer. It is announced that Paul will play Mr. Grooberson in the upcoming supernatural comedy “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”, which is currently under post-production.