A born and raised New Yorker, Julie is an actor, improviser, writer, and producer. She attended Vanderbilt University (BA) where she studied Theater and Literature and performed with local Nashville improv groups Tonguencheek and The Patron Saints. Upon returning to New York, she studied and performed at the The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in improv as well as her her co-written shows The Goods Are Odd (NY International Fringe Festival), Seriously Extremely Important and others. Julie then attended the NYU Graduate Acting Program (MFA), working with directors such as Sam Gold, Martha Clarke, Davis McCallum, Giovanna Sardelli and many others, and writing and performing original works Charity and From Little Cecily With Fondest Love.
Since graduating she has appeared since in works all over New York and beyond, at The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park, Alley Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Naked Angels, Red Bull Theater, Young Playwrights Inc, New York Theater Workshop, the 52nd Street Project, Portland Stage, Georgia Shakespeare Festival, Richmond Theatre Ensemble, and others.
TV appearances include a recurring role of "Stacie" on The Good Wife and Person of Interest. Films include The Weekend, Maladies, The Last Day of August, True Story, Admazons and others, and her own feature which she wrote and directed, Moved. Julie is a proud volunteer and Smart Partner at New York's 52nd Street Project. She learned to drive in 2014 (New York native), she is an accomplished horsewoman and artist (unrelated), and she likes kittens, hiking, and thunderstorms.
You can see her perform every week at The Peoples Improv Theatre with her house team Coyote and every month at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Gravid Water.