Who is Julia Roberts’ daughter? Hazel Moder Wiki Bio
Hazel Patricia Moder was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 28 November 2004 – her zodiac sign is Sagittarius and she holds American nationality. Hazel is popular for being the daughter of Julia Roberts, a famous American actress.
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Childhood and education
Hazel spent her early life in Los Angeles, where she was raised by her father Daniel Moder, a famous cinematographer, and her mother Julia Roberts – she has a twin brother named Phinnaeis Moder ,and a younger brother Henry Daniel Moder who was born on 18 June 2007.
Hazel Moder, Julia RobertsJuly 30, 2009: Julia Roberts spotted out with her husband Danny Moder (not pictured) and two…
Hazel’s parents met in 2000 while filming “The Mexican” movie, and married on 4 July 2002 in Taos, New Mexico shortly after Daniel divorced his first wife Vera Steimberg.
From when she turned four, Hazel spent a lot of time with her mother on movie and TV sets – when she was seven, Julia enrolled her into acting classes, and since then Hazel has made her made her way into the film industry as well. She is currently attending Our Lady of Mercy School, in Los Angeles and is said to be among the best students in her class – she is also very sporting, as she is playing soccer for the school’s team.
Career as an actress
Hazel’s acting career began in 2006, when she appeared in the VH1 “All Access” TV series. In 2016, she won a side role in the “Mother’s Day” film, playing a cartwheel kid – the movie also stars her mother Julia as well as Jennifer Aniston, and follows the story of three generations who come together a week before Mother’s Day.
Love life and relationships
Hazel is rumored to be dating a boy with whom she is studying at high school, while it is also possible that she is too young to date seriously – she is certainly still officially single.
Hobbies and other interests
Hazel is interested in Hinduism, for which she credits her mother Julia, who practices Hinduism and was a follower of Neem Karoli Baba, a deceased Indian spiritual guru; she took Hazel and her siblings to Swami Daram Dev’s Ashram Hari Mandir in Pataudi, Haryana while she was filming “Eat Pray Love” there in September 2009. While there, the children were given the names of Hindu gods with Hazel being named Laxmi.
Hazel is a fan of the film industry, and enjoys watching movies which star her mother, such as “Notting Hill” and “Pretty Woman” – she also enjoys watching TV series such as “13 Reasons Why” and “Stranger Things”.
She likes to travel and her mother has taken her to several countries all around the world while she was filming her movies – Hazel’s dream travel destination is Zurich in Switzerland. Hazel enjoys participating in sports, and is good at soccer and table tennis.
Appearance and net worth
Hazel is 15 years old. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, is 5ft 1ins (1.55m) tall, and weighs around 100lbs (45kgs). Her personal net worth is already close to $100,000, while her mother Julia’s net worth is over $140 million, and her father Daniel’s is over $10 million.
Who is Julia Roberts, Hazel’s mother?
Julia Fiona Roberts was born in Smyrna, Georgia USA, on 28 October 1967 – her zodiac sign is Virgo and she holds American nationality. Julia is an actress and a film producer best known for starring in movies such as “Pretty Woman” and “Erin Brockovich”.
Julia spent her childhood in Smyrna where she was raised by Walter Grad Roberts and Betty Lou Bredemus, who divorced in 1972 when Julia was five years old – she was raised Catholic by her mother while her father was a Baptist. She has an older brother named Eric Roberts, an older sister Lisa Roberts Gillan, and a half-sister called Nancy Motes who died from a drug overdose in 2014 at the age of 38.
Julia wanted to become a veterinarian as a kid – she studied at Smyrna Campbell High School, and then enrolled at Georgia State University but dropped out before graduation.
She moved to New York in the early 1980s, and began working as a model while pursuing a career in acting – her first appearance was in the “Satisfaction” movie shot in 1988, which starred Liam Neeson and Justine Baterman. Her first nominations were for her performance in the “Steel Magnolias” film in 1989, then she became famous worldwide after starring in “Pretty Woman” alongside Richard Gere in 1990 – her performance won her a second nomination for both Oscar and Golden Globe Awards.
She appeared in many movies during the next ten years, and in 1999 starred in the “Notting Hill” film alongside Hugh Grant, which became the biggest British hit in the history of cinema, replacing “Four Weddings and a Funeral”. In the same year, she starred in the “Runaway Bride” film which was also a success. 2000 saw Julia play the title role in “Erin Brockovich” in the eponymous film for which she was paid $20 million, while the movie itself grossed over $250 million. In 2010, she played the lead role in the “Eat Pray Love” film, and then starred in the “Larry Crowne” romantic comedy film in 2011, followed by starring alongside Meryl Streep in the “August: Osage County” film in 2013.
Julia is a film producer as well, and is the owner of the Red Om Films production company which she runs with her sister and Marisa Yeres Gill – one of her notable works as a film producer was the “American Girl” film series spanning 2004 to 2008.
Julia has dated several famous actors such as Liam Neeson and Matthew Perry, and was engaged to Kiefer Sutherland, but broke- up with him three days before the wedding was supposed to take place on 11 June 1991. She married her first husband Lyle Lovett, a country singer, on 25 June 1993 divorcing him in 1995 – she has bee married to Hazel’s father, Daniel Moder, since 2002.
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She is a philanthropist and regularly donates money to The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). She narrated the “Silent Angels” documentary film in 2000, which had the goal of raising awareness about Rett syndrome – she has been serving as a spokeswoman for Earth Biofuels since July 2006.