Julianna Margulies Wishes George Clooney Happy 59th Birthday with a Sweet Throwback Photo
Actress Julianna Margulies took to Instagram to share a throwback picture of herself and George Clooney in celebration of his 59th birthday.
On May 6, actress and producer Julianna Margulies took to her Instagram to post an old photo of herself, which featured veteran Hollywood star, George Clooney, coupled with a lengthy heartfelt message to wish him a happy 59th birthday. She captioned:
"Happy Birthday to my sweet pal George Clooney. This picture was taken right after we filmed our very last scene together..."
The picture was a behind-the-scenes snapshot from the pair's days on the set of the medical drama "ER," in which they both starred, beginning in 1994.
In the picture, Clooney and Margulies stood side by side in a warm side hug with emotional expressions on their faces. Juliana had left the series in the sixth season while Clooney exited in the fifth only returning as a special guest in the sixth season and the final season.
Fans and followers who saw the picture were delighted at the sight of the snapshot, which brought many good memories from the old days when the pair appeared on television.
George and his partner donated over $1 million to support attempts at mitigating the effects of the novel coronavirus.
Together, Julianna and George made up a significant part of the original cast of the medical series. The birthday boy played "Dr. Doug Ross," and Margulies played his on-screen love interest, "nurse Carol Hathaway."
In real life, George's love interest and wife is Amal Clooney. The pair tied the knot in 2014, and they share their two-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella. The kids have become notorious pranksters, just like their father. The actor revealed:
"They're happy kids. They laugh a lot. They do pranks already. They put peanut butter on their shoes so that it looks like poo-poo on their shoes and stuff."
The actor boasted with pride about his kid's happy-go-lucky ways, and he said he would not want it any other way. He, too, was known for playing the occasional prank on his Hollywood pals.
After finally exiting "ER," in 2009, Julianna and George went on to pursue other prospects and enjoy success in the showbiz industry.
Meanwhile, the 59-year-old went on to be yet another main character in other productions like "Ocean's Eleven," "Up In The Air," "Gravity," and many others.
As a response to the current global health crisis and out of goodwill, the star and his 42-year-old partner donated over $1 million to help support attempts at mitigating the effects of the novel coronavirus.
Margulies, herself, went on to star in many other television shows, including the hit legal series "The Good Wife," "Billions," and "Traci From Nightcap." Both superstars have done very well for themselves since the days depicted in Julianna's post.
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