In 2008, Julie won an ALMA Award for "Supporting Actress in a Television Series, Drama" for her performance in Eli Stone.
Julie is a huge fan of George Michael and his '80s pop group WHAM.
Julie dyed hair her brown for her role on Eli Stone.
Julie played Sarabeth in Rascal Flatts Video "Skin".
Julie's nicknames are Jill and Jul.
Julie was a producer on the movie Something in Common.
Julie was an executive producer on the movie Silent Night.
Julie's favorite Christmas film is Home Alone.
• Dec 2004 - Allure magazine
• Jun 2005 - InStyle magazine
• Sep 2005 - Esytlo magazine
• Oct 2005 - Catalina magazine
• 2004 - The Grudge premiere in Los Angeles
• 2005 - Black/White Party to Benefit Martin Scorsese's Film Foundation
• 2005 - Sin City premiere in Los Angeles
• 2006 - CW Launch Party
• Aug 2006 - The Pulse premiere, in support of Veronica Mars co-star Kristen Bell
Julie had extensive studies in acting and dance.
Julie was in the music videos for Menudo: Heaven and Bart Baldwin: I Need You Now.
Julie measures 5' 8" (1.73 m).
Julie admires hispanic actors like Cecilia Roth, the mexicans Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna Alejandro González Iñárritu and the Spanish award winning director Pedro Almodóvar.
Julie landed a role in the UPN comedy pilot, Me Me Me in April 2004.
Other Flim/TV Credits:
2006 - Saving Angelo as receptionist
2007 - Silent Night as Lucy
2007 - Cherry Crush as Desiree Thomas
2007 - Bandoleros as Gloria
Julie was a print model before becoming an actress.
Julie lives in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Julie's boyfriend is Brinton Bryan, the writer and director of the 2006 short film Silent Night in which she stars.
Julie does press conferences for her films for the Spanish-language media entirely in Spanish. That's why she's very popular with Latinos and Latin Americans.
Julie has starred in two movies with Jamie Lee Curtis, the Disney movie Freaky Friday in 2003 and the movie Christmas with the Krank in 2004.
Julie appeared at the Premios Juventud in 2004 presenting an award.
Julie has been in two movies with actor Chad Michael Murray. The movies are A Cinderella Story in 2004 and Freaky Friday in 2003. Both their shows (Veronica Mars and One Tree Hill) were on the same network, the CW.
(On the movie she starred in 'Christmas with the Kranks') Julie: This was the best Christmas present that you could give me. I cannot ask for more. This film was great for me and what happens from now on it will be good.
(On celebrating Christmas in 2004) Julie: My family live in Miami but this year I want to celebrate with snow, since I have never seen snow.
Julie: I have so many goals. I have fulfilled some dreams, like working with people that I admire. What I want now is to demonstrate that I can do other emotions. Sky's the limit!
(On Tim Allen) Julie: He has such great talent and now that I have worked with him I admire him much more.
(Translated from Spanish) Julie: Christmas is the best time of the year to be with family, to receive gifts, to share meals. There is no way someone can make me "skip" Christmas. Less now, than after being part of this film (Christmas with the Kranks), it will bring the family closer together. That is the most important thing about Christmas.
(On arriving in Hollywood) Julie: It was a blessing of God; I was born in Argentina and after eight years I moved to Miami. In school I began to take theater classes. I moved to Los Angeles, to prove, to see that I really had been born for this. The truth is that I had luck, I was with good people that helped me. I'm thankful.
Julie: When I arrived with my parents from Argentina, I was hardly 8 years old and nor did I know of the existence of Hollywood in the map!
(When asked whether or not she was popular in high school) Julie: Totally not! I had, like, two or three friends in high school. I've never been cool.
Julie: I would love to do an independent film in spanish.
(On her character from the movie 'A Cinderella Story') Julie: I had so much fun with the role of Shelby on this film.
Julie: Being blonde eliminated the possibilities to do latin roles, and the fact that I don't have a latin accent because I was practically raised in the US.