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Julie L. Harkness

Julie Harkness Arnold is from Indianapolis, Indiana and is known for being a former Radio City Rockette and currently an On Air Reporter for "Made in Hollywood". Her rich background as a professional and classically trained dancer showcases stints with Walt Disney Productions, and the Broadway productions of "The Will Rogers Follies" and "Hello ... See full bio »

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Known For

Made in Hollywood
(2007-2017)
Jimmy Buffett: Mini Matinee #1
(2003)
That Thing You Do!
That Thing You Do! Chantrellines Member
(1996)

Filmography

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 1996 That Thing You Do!
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 2009 Jimmy Buffett: Scenes You Know by Heart (Video)
Herself - Dancer (as Julie Harkness)
 2003 Jimmy Buffett: Mini Matinee #1 (Video documentary short)
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Hello, Dolly with Carol Channing See more »

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Trivia:

Her Father Jerry Harkness attended Loyola of Chicago and was Captain and MVP of the 1963 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship team, seen in the documentary "Game of Change" Her Father, Jerry Harkness, is also a Three Time Hall of Famer and made the longest shot ever in Professional Basketball History...88 feet in the ABA league. See more »

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