|Born||in Millburn, New Jersey, USA|
|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in New York, Julie Carmen is of Spanish, Cuban, and German descent. She began her acting career off off Broadway, danced on Broadway in Zoot Suit and won the Best Supporting Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival for her role in John Cassavetes's Gloria (1980).
She studied extensively with Sanford Meisner at Neighborhood Playhouse and with Uta Hagen at HB Studio and more recently with Patsy Rodenburg.
Julie joined the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in the class of 2016.
She is extremely grateful to have co-starred in films for Michael Mann, Robert Redford, John Carpenter, Nicolas Roeg, Billy Graham, Seth Zvi Rosenfeld, Reinhard Hauff, Christel Buschmann, 'Alfonso Ungria' and on television for Karen Arthur, Betty Thomas, David Milch and Quentin Tarantino.
Julie holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology and works part-time as a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified yoga therapist.
Julie's great grandpa, Jose Manuel (Lico) Jimenez was a famous pianist from Cuba who emigrated to Germany to perform and teach at the Hamburg Conservatory. He won the Franz Liszt Award in Paris.
Julie Carmen was the resident choreographer at INTAR Theater in Manhattan when it was under the artistic direction of Cuban American Max Ferra, choreographing the plays, Yoruba, Espetaculo Valle Inclan and The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife by Lorca.
Her most recent films, 'Windows on the World' opposite Edward James Olmos and Ryan Guzman; 'You Can't Say No', opposite Peter Fonda and Dawn Patrol, also called, Dawn Patrol (2014), starring Scott Eastwood, mark her return to the big screen after taking some family time.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Julie Carmen
|Gary Hoffman||(? - present) (2 children)|