Margulies described her family life in a Julianna Luisa Margulies was born to parents Paul and Francesca Margulies on June 8, 1966, in Spring Valley, New York.
Her mother was a former dancer with American Ballet Theater.
Margulies married attorney Keith Lieberthal on November 10, 2007 when the actress was seven months pregnant.
Their son, Kieran Lindsay Lieberthal, was born on January 17, 2008.
Her father worked in advertising and wrote the jingle for Alka-Seltzer with the lyrics, "Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is." Margulies's family relocated to Paris, France, when she was two years old, and to England when she was four.
At the age of 14, she attended High Mowing School, a boarding school in New Hampshire.
Still, Noth is hopeful that the world is heading towards a post-racial future. Margulies won SAG and Golden Globe awards for her work on the series, as well as Emmys in 20.Slated for 2018, Margulies will star as savvy magazine editor Kitty Montgomery in AMC's comedic drama which is based on Sarai Walker’s novel by the same name.Her character was supposed to die of a suicidal overdose in the pilot, but Margulies continued on the show for six seasons, acting opposite George Clooney, who played her love interest Dr. In 1994 she earned an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the role.She left the show in 2000 but returned for one episode in its final season. Margulies portrayed Alicia Florrick whose politician husband, played by Chris Noth, gets caught in an adulterous scandal with a prostitute; Alicia then joins a law firm run by an old flame.