Bart Freundlich who is an American film director, TV director, screen writer as well as a film producer is the native of Manhattan, New York City, United States. He came into this world on 17th January of the year 1970 which has now made him reach at the age of 46. Although he is known by the name Bart Freundlich, as a child, he was named as Bartholomew Freundlich. He has been active in this field since the year 1993 and from that time onward, he has garnered a huge numbers of fans following and achieved success. As he was born in the month of January, his star sign is Capricorn.
Moving on to his personal life biography, Bart has already got married. He is happily married to his wife named Julianne Moore who is an actress. The couple began their relationship in 1996 and they finally tied their knot with each other on 23rd August of the year 2003. In addition to that, he also has two children together with his wife. Among them, one is a son named Caleb born on 4th December of 1997 and another is a daughter named Liv Helen born on 11th April of 2002. His wife Moore has also made her appearance in all of the feature films of Bart with the exception of the Catch That Kid and The rebound.
Bart’s wife Julianne Moore is an American British actress who is particularly known for her roles of emotionally troubled women in both the art house as well as Hollywood films. In addition to that, she has also received multiple of accolades which also includes the Academy Award for the Best Actress. She came into this world on 3rd December of the year 1960 which has now made her reach at the age of 55. She is a very hard working woman and is dedicated towards her works. Her net worth has been estimated as $40 million
Bart went to get his education from the New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts from where he got graduated with the double major in the Cinema Studies as well as Film and Television Production. Previous to his first full length movie titled as The Myth of Fingerprints in the year 1994, he had written as well as directed a short movie known as A Dog Race in Alaska as well as a documentary titled as Hired Hands. In addition to that, his other filmography includes World Traveler, Trust the Man, Californication, and prime Suspect.