The talented and beautiful Julie Berman was born on November 3, 1983, has been supported by her parents, Peter and Rene Berman, since she was 6 years old with her career. After appearing in over 200 commercials, Julie made her breakthrough transition into television recurring guest starring roles…more
Julie is right handed, but uses both hands.
In January of 2007, Julie was on the Tyra Banks Show for the episode "Soap Opera Spectacular".
Julie is a artist and while attending college she studied art in Italy.
In 2007 Julie was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of, outstanding younger actress in a drama series. However, she lost.
Julie graduated from USC's Cinema/Television department in 2006, with honors.
If Julie could talk to one person from history it would be Marilyn Monroe.
The people that inspire Julie the most are her co-stars Tony Geary and Jane Elliot.
Julie's parents always supported her acting career.
Her favorite movies are: The Princess Bride, Boondock Saints, Pulp Fiction, Anchorman, and The Notebook.
Julie has dirty blond hair.
Julie's favorite food is sushi.
Julie grew up in Santa Monica.
Julie was in the June issue of Soul Magazine.
On November 24th, 2006 Julie was on SoapNet.
Julie was at Super Soap Weekend November 11th and 12th.
Julie's parents are Peter and Renee Berman.
Julie's favoite TV shows are "Lost" and "Grey's Anatomy."
Julie's favorite animal is panda bear.
Julie's favorite colors are pink and mint green.
Julie said the hardest scene she's had to do on General Hospital was her very first one.
When asked if she could choose any character as a love interest for Lulu who she would pick, she chose Patrick Drake.
Julie has appeared in over 200 commercials.
Julie has two brothers.
Julie started acting at age 6.
Julie went to the University of Southern California.
Julie graduated from Marymount High School in Los Angeles, in 2002.
Julie is 5'3".
Julie played Hannah Wilson in the 2003 TV movie Remembering Charlie .
Julie played Cathy in the 1999 TV movie Vanished Without a Trace.
Julie Marie Berman has been "upped" from recurring to contract status on General Hospital.