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Julie Miller (Character)
from "Fame" (1982)

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Fame: :  -- Oscar winner Russell Crowe joins Larry for a revealing interview about his struggle with fame, his sometimes-contentious public persona, and his decision to begin directing.
Fame: :  -- The Walshes let their maid's intelligent "niece," Carla, use their address to enroll at West Beverly. Brandon falls for her, but doesn't understand why everyone is opposed to their relationship. Jim and Cindy organize a soiree for his new client.
Fame: Season 2: Episode 23 -- The school hosts a "U.N. Week" with Emerson High School and the kids learn getting along with each other is more than just a matter of different geography -- even in New York City. Meanwhile, Lydia's (DEBBIE ALLEN) helping Reardon (MORGAN STEVENS) get ready for an audition is misinterpreted as the two of them having an affair

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  1. "Fame"
        - U.N. Week (1983) TV episode, Played by Lori Singer
        - Ending on a High Note (1983) TV episode, Played by Lori Singer
        - ...Help from My Friends (1983) TV episode, Played by Lori Singer
        - Not in Kansas Anymore (1983) TV episode, Played by Lori Singer
        - Friendship Day (1983) TV episode, Played by Lori Singer
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From "Fame: Love Is the Question (#2.16)" (1983)
Julie Miller: I want you to stop following me around, buying me corsages and telling me you love me.
Troy Phillips: For how long?
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