Julianne Phillips
Model and actress
Julianne Phillips
Julianne Phillips is an American model and actress. She is the ex-wife of Bruce Springsteen.
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Students Place in Math Contest
Attleboro Patch - almost 5 years
The following announcement is from Dayspring Christian Academy Eight students of Dayspring Christian Academy of Attleboro produced first-place through fifth-place finishes at the recent Eastern Massachusetts/Rhode Island District Math Olympics sponsored by the Association of Christian Schools International in Barrington, R.I. DCA students (a total of 30 participated) concluded with one first-place performance, four second-place efforts, one third-place finish and two fourth-place exertions at the daylong event hosted by Barrington Christian Academy. "We're very proud of our students and their achievements during the Math Olympics," said Beth Cabral, DCA's faculty adviser for the Math Olympics. "They have worked hard in the classroom all year to improve their math skills and it paid off at this competition." A total of 260 students in grades three through eight, representing 10 ACSI-affiliated schools in Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, were entered in the competition ...
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Today in Music History - Aug. 30 - mysask.com (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
In 1988, actress-model Julianne Phillips filed for divorce from singer Bruce Springsteen, citing irreconcilable differences. In 1991, country singer Lynn Anderson was sentenced to two days in jail for contempt of court. She was accused of cursing her
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Today in Music History - June 8 - mysask.com (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
It was the second marriage for Springsteen, who divorced model Julianne Phillips in 1988, and the first for Scialfa, who sings in Springsteen's "E Street Band." In 1998, hundreds of mourners sang "Let It Be" at a private memorial service in London for
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Today In History - Sports Radio ESPN 1420
Google News - almost 6 years
In 1985, Bruce Springsteen married actress Julianne Phillips. They were divorced three years later. In 1991, Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers pitched his seventh career no-hitter. In 1993, the series finale of "Knots Landing" aired on CBS
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Six Post-1980 Springsteen Songs That Don't Suck - Splice Today
Google News - almost 6 years
My favorite Springsteen song, for his heartbreaking vocal, taut lyrics about a busted-up marriage to actress Julianne Phillips, and candor (“I'm just a lonely pilgrim/I walk this world in wealth.) Musically, “Brilliant Disguise” really was a one-up on
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Today's Birthdays - Sports Radio ESPN 1420
Google News - almost 6 years
Actress and model Julianne Phillips is 51. (Born 1960) Her acting credits include the TV series "Sisters." She's also the ex-wife of rocker Bruce Springsteen. Academy Award-winning actor George Clooney is 50. (Born 1961) He won the Oscar for the movie
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MUSIC; His Kind of Heroes, His Kind of Songs
NYTimes - over 14 years
A FEW days after Sept. 11, Bruce Springsteen was pulling out of a beach parking lot in the Jersey Shore town of Sea Bright when a fan rode by. The man rolled down his window, shouted, ''We need you!'' and drove on. It was the kind of moment, Mr. Springsteen said, that made his career worthwhile. ''That's part of my job,'' he said. ''It's an honor
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Filmmakers' Time To Shine at Festivals
NYTimes - over 17 years
FILM buffs, prepare to enter the fray: it's festival time on the Island. By juggling, devotees of moving pictures could spend 15 straight days in the dark at the Long Island International Film Expo in Malverne, which opened on Friday, and the Stony Brook Film Festival, coming Wednesday; take 18 days off to rest their eyes, and then return to
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An American's Movie, in Russian No Less
NYTimes - over 19 years
EVAN BRENNER doesn't shy away from a challenge. Not only did he make his first feature film abroad, but he shot it in Russia in Russian. Language can limit an actor's performance, Mr. Brenner said, and when you take the emphasis off the words they are saying -- the accents, the missed words, the speech cadence -- you can look at performances in
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The Pop Populist
NYTimes - about 20 years
ON THE LAST SUNDAY IN OCTOBER, JUST OVER A WEEK before Election Day, 2,000 people gathered in front of the Federal Building in the downtown Westwood section of Los Angeles for an old-time liberal political rally. Among the most strident of the many issues Californians would soon decide was Proposition 209, which sought the sharp reduction of
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK;After 5 Years of Family Fractiousness, 'Sisters' Exits Elegantly
NYTimes - almost 21 years
With enough resolved crises under its belt to make a daytime soap envious, "Sisters" comes to a close in a special two-hour episode tonight. The NBC series had its premiere in the spring of 1991 and, the network says, has steadily maintained a loyal audience, especially among women in the important demographic category of ages 18 to 49. Never a
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FILM REVIEW;Tormentor Turns Timid Until . . .
NYTimes - about 21 years
No matter how much we think we've outgrown our schoolyard traumas, most of us have peer-inflicted wounds that we will carry around with us the rest of our lives. That uncomfortable truth could be the springboard for a family movie of some depth. But "Big Bully," which opened yesterday, reduces the concept into a formulaic comedy whose smug
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The Baby Boomerang: Hometown Bound
NYTimes - over 21 years
JESSICA LANGE, religiously private, has always warmed to inquisitors familiar with Main Street in her tiny hometown of Cloquet, Minn. Indeed, days before she won her second Oscar, in April, she told The Minneapolis Star Tribune that she would soon be moving back to Minnesota for good. Though she refused to say whether she'd be returning with her
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POP MUSIC; Springsteen Looks Back but Keeps Walking On
NYTimes - almost 22 years
"BROOOOOOOCE!" So went the cries of nearly a dozen police officers as Bruce Springsteen walked past the 18th Precinct station house on West 54th Street. As he strolled through midtown Manhattan on a sunny weekday afternoon, no other pedestrians stopped him or yodeled his first name. They just looked at him as he passed by, trying to quietly absorb
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POP MUSIC; When the Boss Fell to Earth, He Hit Paradise
NYTimes - over 24 years
Last year, shortly before marrying his former backup singer Patti Scialfa, Bruce Springsteen was seized with an intense creative fever. "It was nine months after my son was born," he recalled recently. "I was a father, and I had a real relationship with Patti, which was something that had evaded me for a long time. I'd just finished the album
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TV VIEW; Sisters? Only on Television
NYTimes - over 25 years
The youngest of the four siblings on "Sisters" is nicknamed Stinkerbell. The middle sister on "Sibs" is Audie because her baby sister couldn't pronounce Audrey. I might have thought this was just too cute, but I have a "sta" of my own. We came to call each other sta as girls, not because we couldn't talk, but because of television. Some
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Julianne Phillips
    THIRTIES
  • 1995
    Age 34
    Two years later she began the role of Frankie Reed, the business-oriented one of the four main titular characters on the popular television drama, Sisters, in which she played until 1995.
    More Details Hide Details It became her best-known role. She left the show one season before it concluded its run (although she appeared in the series finale). Phillips has not acted in either television or film roles since 1997. She resides in Los Angeles. According to a USA Today profile in 2006, Phillips had spent time in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and El Salvador. Though she relished the anonymity of leading a life outside of the public eye, she was reading scripts for television pilots and had maintained friendships with several of her Sisters costars.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1989
    Age 28
    Phillips continued her acting career during and after the marriage. She appeared opposite Chevy Chase in Fletch Lives in 1989.
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    The divorce was finalized on March 1, 1989; Springsteen married Scialfa two years later.
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  • 1988
    Age 27
    Phillips and Springsteen filed for divorce on August 30, 1988.
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  • 1987
    Age 26
    Opposites in background, their marriage was not long-lived. Springsteen's 1987 album Tunnel of Love described some of his unhappiness in the relationship.
    More Details Hide Details During the subsequent Tunnel of Love Express Tour, Springsteen took up with backup singer and fellow New Jersey resident, Patti Scialfa. The couple's breakup is perceived to have inspired several Springsteen songs, including most notably "Light of Day", which Springsteen wrote for the film of the same name. Media reports made it appear that Phillips found out about Springsteen's relationship with Scialfa by reading of its extensive coverage in tabloids. However, as recounted in Dave Marsh's book, Glory Days - 3rd Edition, the couple had agreed to a separation during Springsteen's Tunnel of Love tour, although when, or indeed if, Springsteen informed Phillips of the affair is not disclosed.
  • 1984
    Age 23
    Phillips met him in October 1984, and they were married in Lake Oswego on May 13, 1985, surrounded by intense media attention.
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    This led to her first notable acting roles, in 1984's made-for-TV movies Summer Fantasy and the Robert Urich vehicle His Mistress.
    More Details Hide Details She also appears at the end of the Bruce Springsteen music video "Glory Days". Although 11 years younger, Phillips ultimately became best known for being the girlfriend, and later the first wife, of musician Bruce Springsteen.
  • 1982
    Age 21
    By 1982 she was represented by the Elite Modeling Agency, which characterized her as a "perfect ten package", earning as much as $2,000 a day.
    More Details Hide Details She then moved to Los Angeles, where she appeared in a .38 Special music video.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1960
    Born
    Born on May 6, 1960.
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