Beginning her film career in 1990, Julianne Moore has been working steadily ever since, making at least one film nearly ever year and notching up over sixty film credits. Indeed, in this year’s line-up of film inductees, she’s a supporting player in both 1998’s The Big Lebowski and 2006’s Children Of Men. Among the reasons that she is acclaimed as one of the most talented actors of her generation is her remarkable range and versatility. With a natural quality and ability to bounce between supporting and leading roles, indie flicks and blockbusters, Moore always gets down to the emotionally raw core of her characters. From The Fugitive to Short Cuts, Safe to The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Boogie Nights to Hannibal, Far From Heaven to The Kids Are All Right, I’m Not There to A Single Man, Chloe to Don Jon, Maps To The Stars to her Oscar-winning performance in Still Alice, Moore’s characters always feel like real people. Now in her fifties, she has also broken down barriers by, as an older woman, continuing to work regularly in prominent roles.