Campbell High School
Starred in the ensemble film "Mother's Day"
Starred in the fantasy comedy "Mirror Mirror" opposite Lily Collins as Snow White
Co-starred in "Larry Crowne" with Tom Hanks, who also co-wrote and directed
Joined an ensemble cast for the Garry Marshall directed romantic comedy "Valentine's Day"
Starred in "Eat Pray Love," based on Elizabeth Gilbert's memoir; Roberts portrayed the author who, after a painful divorce, goes on a life-changing journey through Italy, India, and Indonesia
Re-teamed with Clive Owen to play corporate spies in "Duplicity"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress
Re-teamed with director Mike Nichols for "Charlie Wilson's War," playing a Texan socialite opposite Tom Hanks; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress
Made stage debut in the Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's play "Three Days of Rain"
Voiced the title character in live-action/computer-animated feature film "Charlotte's Web," based on the book by E.B. White
Returned with the original cast for "Ocean's Twelve," directed by Soderbergh
Co-starred with Clive Owen and Jude Law in Mike Nichols' "Closer," an adaption of the Broadway play
Executive produced the "An American Girl" movies, which aired on Disney Channel; based on the popular American Girl dolls and books
Played a free-spirited teacher at a women-only college in "Mona Lisa Smile"
Co-starred with Blair Underwood in the Soderbergh directed "Full Frontal"
Reunited with Clooney for "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind," which he also directed
Co-starred with Brad Pitt in "The Mexican"
Played a personal assistant to a movie star in "America's Sweethearts"
Joined all-star ensemble cast in Steven Soderbergh's remake of "Ocean's Eleven" as the estranged wife of George Clooney's Danny Ocean
Won an Academy Award for her role as "Erin Brockovich," a based on fact tale of a legal secretary who championed a case of water poisoning into a class action lawsuit
Reteamed with Garry Marshall and Richard Gere for "Runaway Bride"
Made rare TV dramatic guest appearance on an episode of "Law & Order"; garnered an Emmy nomination
Starred opposite Hugh Grant in the romantic comedy "Notting Hill"
Narrated and appeared in the PBS' special "In the Wild: Orangutans With Julia Roberts"
Producing debut, "Stepmom"; played the title role of Ed Harris' young girlfriend competing with his ex-wife (Susan Sarandon)
Appeared as herself on an episode of the CBS sitcom "Murphy Brown"
Made a box-office hit comeback with the romantic comedy "My Best Friend's Wedding"
Co-starred in the Woody Allen directed musical comedy "Everyone Says I Love You" as Allen's love interest; also sang "All My Life" for the soundtrack
Portrayed Kitty Kiernan, erstwhile lover to "Michael Collins" in Neil Jordan's biopic of the Irish patriot
Took on a dramatic role as the British maid to Dr. Jekyll in "Mary Reilly"
Guest starred on an episode of the hit NBC sitcom "Friends"
Had rare box office disappointment and teamed with Nick Nolte in "I Love Trouble"
Starred opposite Denzel Washington in "The Pelican Brief"
Formed a two year semi-exclusive production deal between her own YMA Productions and Joe Roth's Caravan Pictures
Appeared as herself (in a movie-within-the-movie) in Robert Altman's "The Player"
Played Tinkerbell in Steven Spielberg's "Hook"
Starred as an abused wife on the run from her husband in the surprise hit "Sleeping With the Enemy"
Breakthrough screen performance, the title role in "Pretty Woman"; first screen pairing with Richard Gere under the direction of Garry Marshall; garnered Best Actress Academy Award nomination
Received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination as Shelby, the doomed diabetic bride in "Steel Magnolias"
Played first leading film role in "Mystic Pizza"
First released film, "Satisfaction"
Appeared in first TV-movie, "Baja Oklahoma" (HBO)
Made TV debut on "The Survivor" episode of NBC's "Crime Story"
Made film acting debut in "Blood Red," co-starring brother Eric (released in U.S. in March 1989)
Formed the production company Shoelace Productions.
Moved to NYC immediately after high school graduation; lived with sister Lisa; worked briefly as a Click model.
In 1993, became the highest-paid actress to date, reportedly receiving $8.5 million per film. For "Mary Reilly" in 1996, she reportedly earned $10 million while a year later, she was paid $12 million for "Conspiracy Theory." In 1999, Roberts cracked the $20 million mark, making her once again the highest-paid female actor in Hollywood.
Filed a joint lawsuit with her "Ocean's Eleven" co-star George Clooney in 2012 against Digital Projection, Inc. and Beyond Audio for allegedly using their names and images to promote their products.