Recently, we brought you part one of this list of facts about Julianna Margulies, the female lead in the television series The Good Wife. Read on to learn some more interesting things about the star in part two of the article.
Number Eight: She Almost Turned Her Husband Down
Because she thought he was an actor. This sounds a bit ironic, but she thought that things could never be serious if she dated an actor. He surprised and relieved her by saying that he’s actually a lawyer.
Number Seven: Julianna Margulies Was Pregnant at Her Wedding
Not too long after getting engaged, Julianna found out she was expecting. She claims that her wedding was the best day of her life because she had her son with her and he was blessed by the rabbi.
Number Six: Her Apartment Flooded After Being Featured in a Magazine
Her New York flat was so nice, it earned a spot in a prestigious magazine. After going on a skiing trip, she returned home, with the magazine in hand, and saw that the entire place had flooded from the upstairs neighbor.
Number Five: She’s Against Surgery
Although it’s been suspected more than once, this star denies having any cosmetic surgery done on her face. It’s important to Margulies that when she cries, her face cries along with her, and doesn’t see anything wrong with lines on the face.
Number Four: Julianna Admires Her Character
She portrays a character on The Good Wife that has a very different disposition than her own. She admires the character’s silence and reservation.
Number Three: Punctuality Is Important to Her
When she was young she was always late to school, so later on, in her high school years, she decided she will not be late again. She would wake up at 5 in the morning and walk 8 miles just to be certain of that.
Number Two: Always Out of Place Growing Up
In England as a kid, she was known as the American girl. When she was in America, people thought of her as the English girl. This contributed to her feeling out of place until college.
Number One: The Only ER Actor to Win an Emmy
Julianna holds this honor! Thanks for reading part two of our article, and we hope you enjoyed it.