‘Ozark’s Julia Garner Reveals the 1 Clothing Item She Would Borrow From Ruth Langmore
In ‘Ozark’ Season 3, Julia Garner’s character Ruth Langmore left the Byrde family
Although Ruth looked up to Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) as a father figure, he failed to keep his word in Ozark Season 3. Ruth crossed the line when she threw Frank Cosgrove Jr. (Joseph Sikora) overboard for his unruly behavior during a poker tournament.
During Marty and Ruth’s apology to Frank Cosgrove Sr. (John Bedford Lloyd), they agree that both Ruth and Frank Jr. are “untouchable.” However, in episode 7, Frank Jr. brutally beats up Ruth — sending her into the hospital.
Since Frank Jr. did not uphold his end of the deal, Ruth insists that Marty kill the man. When Marty refuses, Ruth decides she is finished with the Byrde family and their money laundering.
What’s the 1 clothing item that Garner would borrow from Ruth?
Although we don’t see Ruth with much spare time on her hands, fans know she enjoys listening to hip hop. Garner is like her character in that way — she loves to decompress with a good hip hop song.
“I also listened to Lil Wayne while deep decluttering my closet yesterday,” Garner told Vanity Fair when asked what kind of music she likes.
The clothing item the actress would love to borrow from Ruth is her Tupac shirt.
“I love it,” she admits.
There is also a lot of other music in her household daily.
“My husband is a musician, so yes, there is A LOT of music in our house,” Garner said. “He has an amazing studio, and it’s been really interesting to hear him start with one instrument, and then a few hours later, it’s pretty much a full song.”
What is Julia Garner starring in after ‘Ozark’?
Garner’s next TV Series is Inventing Anna, which is created and produced by Shonda Rhimes for Netflix. Garner will star as Anna Sorokin in the miniseries based on the New York Magazine article, “How Anna Delvey Tricked New York’s Party People,” by Jessica Pressler.
The character of Sorokin fits right into Garner’s wheelhouse. The Russian fraudster moved to New York City in 2013 under a fake name — Anna Delvey — and pretended to be a wealthy German heiress. Inventing Anna is set to drop on Netflix in early 2020.
The actress is also starring in a film on the big screen sometime soon — You Can’t Win. Garner will join Michael Pitt, Jeremy Allen White, Will Patton, Hannah Marks, and Louisa Krause for an adaptation of adventurer Jack Black’s 1926 autobiography.
It will detail his experiences freight-hopping around the wild west of the United States and Canada. There will be plenty of crime, and we are willing to bet that Garner’s character will be at its center.