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Julianne Moore's grown-up daughter is her double in photo from special day

Julianne is mom to two children with husband Bart Freundlich.

Julianne Moore in 2019© Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Rebecca Lewis
Rebecca Lewis - Los Angeles
Los Angeles correspondentLos Angeles
April 8, 2023
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Julianne Moore has wished her "beautiful, thoughtful, kind, intelligent, insightful" daughter a happy 21st birthday - and fans are shocked at how much the college student looks like her mom. 

"Happy happy birthday to my beautiful, thoughtful, kind, intelligent, insightful 21 year old daughter!!! You are a gift each and every day," Julianne captioned a carousel of pictures of her and Liv over the last 21 years. "I am so grateful to be your mother. I love you so very very much. 21!!!!!" she added, tagging Liv's Instagram account. 

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"Happy 21st to your beautiful mini me!" commented one fan on the post, as another said of the 21-year-old Northwestern student: "Sooo gorgeous like mom." 

Famous friends like Holland Taylor and Michelle Pfieffer also shared birthday wishes as Ali Wentworth wrote: "She really is all those things... with amazing parents!"

Julianne welcomed Liv in 2002 with husband Bart Freundlich; they are also parents to 25-year-old son, Caleb.

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The post comes after Julianne shared a poignant message about the increase of antisemitism in the US. The actress, whose husband Bart Freundlich is Jewish, is a fervent supporter of the Jewish community and regularly speaks out against the rising wake of antisemitism that's gripping society across the globe.

The 62-year-old Sharper star took to social media to note how the Jewish community face 55% of all religious hate crimes in North America, yet only make up approximately 2.4% of the country's population. 

Julianne's post comes not long after fellow actor Ben Platt addressed 'neo-Nazi' protestors who gathered outside the first preview of his new Broadway musical Parade. The Dear Evan Hansen star shared a rare message with fans to address the situation, referring to the event as to "ugly and scary."

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