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Ozark season 4: What’s next for Julia Garner?

Julia played Ruth Langmore for four seasons (Picture: Netflix)

It was an emotional goodbye for Julia Garner after Ozark part two dropped on Netflix – but fans are desperate to know what future projects she’ll be involved in.

The Netflix original series follows Marty Byrde, (Jason Bateman) and Wendy Byrde, (Laura Linney), as they relocate to the Ozarks in order to launder money for a Mexican drug cartel, as you do.

The first part of the 14-episode final season aired in January 2022, and it saw Ruth Langmore (Julia) fall on difficult times.

Having lost her entire family, she abandoned the Byrdes in order to go in search of Javi (played by Alfonso Herrera) and to seek revenge.

The 28-year-old actress recently revealed that she would ‘selfishly shoot Ozark for the rest of my life,’ after the second instalment premiered on the streaming giant on April 29.

But what lies ahead for the star?

Julia Garner played scam artist Anna Delvey in the Netflix drama (Picture: Netflix)

What’s next for Julia Garner after Ozark?

Viewers were blown away by Julia’s recent performance as the manipulative faux heiress Anna Delvey in Shonda Rhimes’ limited series Inventing Anna.

The star’s next role will be on the big screen in a mysterious new Paramount feature titled Apartment 7A, with The Office star John Krasinski and Michael Bay acting as producers.

According to an Instagram post, it looks like Julia is planning to take her talents behind the camera.

In an Instagram post, she wrote: ‘Beyond excited about this!!! What a dream!!! We are incredibly proud to be working with Tomorrow Studios who exhibit every quality that we’re looking for in a partner: intelligence, drive, experience and passion. More to come.’

Julia’s featured role in Ozark has resulted in two Emmy awards and other impressive nominations as her role as Ruth.

Addressing Ozark’s final outing, Julia revealed how hard it was to leave the series after five years.

‘I hope I never fully say goodbye to it,’ she told Entertainment Weekly.

‘I hope I’m always connected to these people in a way so that I don’t feel like it ever dies within me. I don’t think it ever will.’

Ozark is available to stream on Netflix.


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