From The Americans to Ozark to Inventing Anna, three-time Emmy winner Julia Garner has spent nearly a decade bringing memorable characters (and accents) to the small screen.
In honor of the actress’ 29th birthday on Feb. 1, let’s have a look back at her biggest TV roles. Scroll down to enjoy a trip down memory lane, then drop a comment with your favorite Garner performance.
THE AMERICANS (2015–2018, FX)
Garner made her TV debut in the recurring role of Kimberly Breland on this critically acclaimed spy drama.
MANIAC (2018, Netflix)
Garner played the (spoiler alert!) dead younger sister of Emma Stone’s Annie in this trippy sci-fi miniseries.
DIRTY JOHN (2018–2019, Bravo)
Garner got to call Connie Britton mom in this anthology adaptation of a popular true crime podcast.
OZARK (2017–2022, Netflix)
Most people probably know Garner as Ruth Langmore, a roller coaster of a role that has earned her three Emmys, a Golden Globe and even got her named TVLine’s Performer of the Week.
INVENTING ANNA (2022, Netflix)
Created by Shonda Rhimes, this drama put Garner in the shoes (and voice) of real-life con artist Anna Delvey. Her performance was nominated for a Primetime Emmy, a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award.