Julian Moynahan and Bridget Moynahan
Julian Lane Moynahan was an accomplished women’s soccer coach at Northwestern, leading them to victory in the Big Ten Championship tournament and mentoring two players to first-team All-American status and four others to second-team honors.
At the time of his death, he was also an accomplished actor, appearing on daytime soap operas such as The Doctors and Knot’s Landing. Furthermore, he had three children before becoming widower himself.
Early Life and Education
His work had an immense influence and inspired countless individuals. He wrote numerous major research articles such as 1972’s Expectations and Neutrality of Money.” In 1977 he published “Studies in Business Cycles”, while later works included “Rational Expectations and Econometric Practice”, “Models of Business Cycles” (1997/1998) and ‘Investment Theory” (1996).
Bridget Moynahan, best known for her roles in movies such as Coyote Ugly, Blue Bloods, and John Wick has amassed an estimated net worth of $25 Million.
Andy, her older brother, is a technical specialist living in Ambler, Pennsylvania with his family. An alumnus of the University of Delaware, Andy currently works at IBM where he has two children: one son and one daughter.
Moynahan graduated from Longmeadow High School in 1989 and immediately embarked on a modeling career, appearing in department store catalogs and magazines. Soon thereafter she took acting lessons before making the switch to television acting.
Moynahan first made her television debut as a guest star on the comedy series Sex and the City in 1999, later taking up her current recurring role of Natasha Naginsky for over two decades.
She has appeared in several film roles, such as comedy Coyote Ugly (2000) and supporting roles in Serendipity (2001), The Sum of All Fears (2002), The Recruit (2003), I, Robot (2004) and Lord of War (2005).
Andy Moynahan works at IBM as a senior technical sales specialist in Mid-Atlantic USA and holds an MS from University of Delaware. Andy has over two decades of experience working in IT field.
Achievement and Honors
Moynahan has appeared in multiple comedy shorts for CollegeHumor web series and was also a writer on the show for multiple years. Additionally, she appeared in Mysterious Team movie as an actress and voiced a character for FX animated movie Chozen as voice actor.
She has also made her mark in sports, coaching Northwestern women’s soccer for 15 seasons under her leadership and winning multiple awards such as Horizon League Coach of the Year and Bill Reddan Award for Sportsmanship.
She has appeared on multiple television series, beginning with Six Degrees where she played a recurring role over 7 episodes and currently as Erin Reagan on CBS police drama Blue Bloods.
Bridget Moynahan made her acting debut with Coyote Ugly which was a smash success and featured Tyra Banks, Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia and Izabella Miko as co-stars – helping build up both her fame and net worth! This movie further cemented Bridget’s position within Hollywood.
Moynahan made her television debut in 1999 as a guest star on Sex and the City, in which she earned a recurring role as Natasha. Since then she has appeared in action movies like The Sum of All Fears (2002), spy thriller The Recruit (2003) and science fiction flick I, Robot (2004).
Ms. Frankel has also appeared in films like Grey Matters (2006), Prey (2007) and Noise (2007) as well as Ramona and Beezus (2010). Furthermore, she currently stars as Erin Reagan, assistant district attorney on CBS’s Blue Bloods since 2010. Additionally she is married to businessman Andrew Frankel with whom she shares two children.
Moynihan is an accomplished actress with several film and TV show credits to her name, having appeared in films such as Fight Club and Heroes as well as modeling magazines like Vogue and Glamour. Additionally, she trained at Caymichael Patten Studio in New York City for acting.
At first she turned to modeling after graduating high school, appearing in department-store catalogs and television commercials. Later she took up acting with minor roles in Row Your Boat (1999) and Sex and the City (1986-87).
Erin Reagan on CBS drama Blue Bloods since September 2010. She has received multiple nominations and awards over time.