|Height||5' 1" (1.55 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Julia Morizawa is an actor/writer/producer with extensive experience in film, television, theatre and web series. As an actor, career highlights include: "Judas Kiss" (feature film), "Tied Up" (feature film), "Scandal" (TV), "SEAL Team" (TV), "Lewis Black's The Root of All Evil" (TV), "Masha No Home" (stage), "Without Annette" (stage), "Galactic Galaxy" (new media), "Star Trek: Odyssey" (new media), and "The Bright Sessions" (fiction podcast). She is a graduate of The Second City Hollywood and has studied at The BGB Studio, AIA Studios, The Sanford Meisner Center, Cal State LA, and more.
Writing and producing credits include the improvised feature film "JesusCat (or How I Accidentally Joined a Cult)," which was awarded Best Comedy Feature at the Asians on Film Festival in 2014 and the Movie Heroes Rising Star Award at the Action On Film Festival in 2013; the short film "Sin & Lyle," which earned her a Best Female Filmmaker nomination at the Action On Film Festival in 2007; the play "Twenty-Two," which premiered in Los Angeles in 2010; the audio drama "American Comedy Horror Story: Orphanage," available worldwide on most podcast apps; and the sci-fi/adventure digital series, "Pure."
Julia's animated short film, "Dragonfly," is about the Tokyo Firebombing of March 9-10, 1945. The script was awarded Best Short Screenplay by Scriptation Showcase and Screenwriting Master in 2019, and was a semifinalist or quarter-finalist in several other competitions including the Austin Film Festival, Slamdance, and WeScreenplay Diverse Voices. Her limited series TV pilot, "Where We Came From" was a finalist in the 2021 Screencraft True Story and Public Domain Competition. Additionally, her first book, "Memoirs of a Wannabe Sex Addict" was published by Fanny Press in 2010 and is available in paperback and ebook.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Julia Morizawa