Julianne Michelle Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Teaneck, New Jersey, USA
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Julianne Michelle was nominated three times for "Best Actress" in a feature film and TV series, and winner "Best Actress" for the feature film, "The House Is Burning".

She was nominated for "Best Actress Under Age 10" for the movie, "Family Prayers"...Youth in Film Awards, Los Angeles. The film also starred Joe Mantegna, Paul Reiser, Anne Archer and Patti LuPone.

Julianne was nominated for "Best Actress in a TV Series" for "Bus No. 9". She starred as a series regular. She was also nominated for her guest star appearance on "Who's The Boss?" starring Tony Danza. ...Youth in Film and Young Artists' Awards, Los Angeles

December 2006, she won "Best Actress" award for "The House Is Burning" directed by award-winning director, Holger Ernst and produced by Win Wenders at the Flash Foundation's Young Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland. This feature film was filmed in the United States and premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kelly Kent

Trivia (12)

One of Teen People Magazine's 20 Teens Who Will Change the World. [2001]
One of L'Oreal Paris' Top Five Teens of 2001.
She has an older sister, Joy, who is 29.
Plays piano and guitar.
Paints oil paintings of people and/or objects of symbolic meaning
Won the Best Young Leading Actress Award on December 10, 2006 from The Young Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland for her outstanding performance as Terry, a teen who battles her drug addiction in the feature film, The House Is Burning.
At age five she was spotted by a TV producer who then approached her parents. She did her first feature film at age six, and by age eight, Julianne already had a few movies and TV guest appearances under her belt.
At age 19, graduated college with a 3.8 GPA.
During an interview by "Child Star Magazine" Julianne said that "The Joy Luck Club" was her favorite movie.
On her first birthday, Julianne caught the eye of a CBS TV News reporter and her cameraman while playing with toys at FAO Schwartz Toy Store on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The reporter referred to Julianne as a "super gorgeous toddler" with an infectious smile, and that evening she appeared on the CBS TV Ch 2 news program.
Mother was an acting coach and child manager.
Graduate or Marymount School.

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