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Overview (2)

Born in Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameJulie Frances Cobb

Mini Bio (1)

Julie was born into a theatrical family. Her mother was the renowned Yiddish stage and film actress Helen Beverley and her father was the award winning actor Lee J. Cobb. Her grandparents on her mother's side were also performers and theater owners. Involved in theater at Beverly Hills High School with classmates Richard Dreyfuss and Albert Brooks among others, she followed her pursuit to San Francisco State University. She left college to begin working in Los Angeles. She has appeared in over seventy television programs in her over forty year career. She's remembered as Jill Pembroke on the CBS series Charles in Charge and has had recurring roles on Knot's Landing, Family Ties, Magnum P.I., Hearts Afire, Judging Amy and others. At Company of Angels Theater she was awarded the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for her performance as Maggie in Arthur Miller's After the Fall and won the same honor in addition to the Dramalogue Award for her direction of Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men. Julie is also a published writer. Her column The Path appeared in the magazine journal Country Connections for several years. Trained and certified by Coaches Training Institute, she worked with clients helping them realize their most productive selves. Her daughter Rosemary Morgan continued in the family business as an actress before becoming a practicing attorney. The first film Julie wrote and directed, Night Vet, won best short at Lady Filmmakers Festival.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Julie Cobb

Spouse (4)

James Cromwell (29 May 1986 - 2006) (divorced)
Christopher Morgan (1 January 1978 - 25 February 1985) (divorced) (1 child)
Victor French (14 March 1976 - 23 May 1977) (divorced)
Jerry Hoffman (14 February 1970 - 1971) (divorced)

Trivia (15)

Daughter of Lee J. Cobb and Helen Beverly.
Has starred with her father, Lee J. Cobb, in the Gunsmoke (1955) episode Gunsmoke: The Colonel (1974).
Has starred in the 1979 version of Salem's Lot (1979), based on Stephen King's book, and her ex-husband James Cromwell stars in the 2004 remake.
Received the L.A. Drama Critics Award for her role in a stage production of Arthur Miller's play "After the Fall".
Her first role was as Yeoman Leslie Thompson in Star Trek: By Any Other Name (1968); her ex-husband (James Cromwell) later played the first and only "Star Trek" character to utter the phrase "Star Trek".
Her father, Lee J. Cobb, appeared with her future father-in-law, Harry Morgan, in How the West Was Won (1962).
Attended the same high school as Angelina Jolie, Michael Klesic, Nicolas Cage, Lenny Kravitz and David Schwimmer.
Former Playboy Bunny.
Ex-stepmother of Jeremy Morgan and Terence N. Morgan.
Ex-stepdaughter-in-law of Ruth Nelson.
Ex-daughter-in-law of John Cromwell and Kay Johnson.
Ex-daughter-in-law of Harry Morgan.
Is the only female "Red Skirt" to die in Star Trek TOS.
She is of Russian Jewish descent.

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