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Julia Roberts, recognized around the world for her infectious smile and girl-next-door coolness, joined the Lancôme family as an ambassadress in early 2010. “It’s kind of like every girl’s dream, really, to be 42 and have three kids and be a working mom,” says Roberts. “It’s a great moment to be asked to do this and to be able to do it. I think it says a lot about Lancôme and what they stand for.” The mega-star launched her partnership with Lancôme as the face of the brand’s most technologically advanced foundation, Teint Miracle Lit-from-Within Makeup. These advertisements were widely seen in both print and on television.

Julia Roberts is a true Hollywood icon, with an enduring and dazzling career. Her first critical success with moviegoers was her performance in “Mystic Pizza,” which was shortly followed by an Academy Award-nominated performance in “Steel Magnolias.” In 1990 Julia’s rising popularity soared to new heights with her role in “Pretty Woman,” co-starring Richard Gear. That role earned Julia her second Oscar nomination—this time for Best Actress—and her second Golden Globe win. “Pretty Woman” and its leading lady captivated audiences like few movies have done.

But Julia didn’t stop there. In 1997, Julia set off a new wave in her career with a slew of delightful, and highly successful, romantic comedies. These include “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” “Runaway Bride” and “Notting Hill.” Acting nominations poured in, all recognizing Julia’s versatility and on-screen magic.

In 2000, Julia captivated audiences with a starring role in her most nominated, lauded and admired film to date—“Erin Brockovich.” This true story, of a woman’s legal fight against an energy corporation, received numerous awards, including Julia’s first Oscar as Best Actress.

Today, the Lancôme ambassadress is a married mom to three young children. She remains Hollywood’s royalty, with the ability to draw audiences to movie theaters. Most recently, Julia starred alongside Javier Bardem in the anticipated movie version of “Eat, Pray, Love,” the bestselling book written by Elizabeth Gilbert.

Lancôme is honored to have this star in its family and looks forward to a long and fruitful partnership.

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