Julie Condra

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Julie Condra
Born Julie Michele Condra
(1970-12-01) December 1, 1970 (age 44)
Ballinger, Texas
Other names Julie Dacascos, Julie Condra Douglas, Julia Condra Douglas
Occupation Actress
Years active 1982–2005
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Spouse(s) Brandon Douglas (1992–1995) (divorced)
Mark Dacascos (1998–present)
Children 2 sons (Makoa-born December 31, 2000-and Kapono) and 1 daughter (Noelani)

Julie Michele Condra-Dacascos (born December 1, 1970) is an American film and television actress.

She was born in Ballinger, Texas, the daughter of Priscilla Condra,[1] and grew up in San Antonio, Texas. During her teenage years, she modeled in various catalogs and commercials.

In 1982, Condra had a very small role in the film Wrong Is Right. She is best known for her recurring role as Madeline Adams in the TV show The Wonder Years, where she was featured on four episodes of the show's fourth season. Condra left the show to appear in the short-lived NBC series Eerie, Indiana, and on various shows including Married... with Children and Walker, Texas Ranger.

In 1995, Condra starred in the film Crying Freeman alongside martial arts actor Mark Dacascos, whom she eventually married. They currently live in Dacascos' home state of Hawaii.

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Year Title Role Notes
1982 Wrong Is Right n/a Uncredited
1985 Papa Was a Preacher Marylin Uncredited
1985 The Legend of Billie Jean n/a Uncredited
1987 Who's the Boss? Susie (1984 TV series) Episode: "Hit the Road, Chad"
1987 Valerie's Family Jennifer (1986 TV series) Episode: "You've Got to Believe"
1988 Family Medical Center Chelsea Greene (1988 TV series)
1988 Ohara n/a (1987 TV series) Episode: "X"
1988 The Tracey Ullman Show Kim Tillman (1987 TV series) Episode: #2.9
1988 Aaron's Way Tricia (1988 TV series) Episode: "A Healing Power"
1988 CBS Summer Playhouse Buffy Heatherton (1987 TV series) Episode: "The Johnsons Are Home"
1989 The Fulfillment of Mary Gray Sarah Gray TV movie
1989-1990 Santa Barbara Emily DiNapoli Hughes (TV series)
1990 FM Heather (1989 TV series) Episodes: "The Last Virgin"
1990 Evening Shade (1987 TV series) Episode: "Fast Woman"
1990 Parker Lewis Can't Lose Dona Sue Horton (TV series) Episodes: "Power Play" and "Radio Free Flamingo"
1990-1991 The Wonder Years Madeline Adams (1988 TV series) Episodes: "Ninth Grade Man", "It's a Mad, Mad, Madeline World", "Heartbreak", "Denial"
1991 Circus of the Stars#16 Herself/Trapeze Artist TV special Documentary
1992 Gas, Food Lodging Tanya Film
1991-1992 Eerie, Indiana Syndi Teller (1991 TV series) 19 Episodes
1993 Class of '96 Pam (1993 TV series) Episode: "Look Homeward Angela"
1993 Against the Grain Becky/Crystal Brooks (1993 TV series) Episodes: "Don't Be a Stranger"
1989, 1994 Married... with Children (1987 TV series) Episodes: "My Mom, the Mom" and "Valentine's Day Massacre"
1994 Robin's Hoods n/a (TV series) Episode: "Bad Girl"
1995 Crying Freeman Emu O'Hara Film
1995 Mixed Blessings Barbara Elizabeth Chandler TV movie
1995 Nixon Young Pat Nixon Film
1996 Walker, Texas Ranger Leann Singer (1993 TV series) Episode: "Blackout"
1994–1996 Weird Science Marianne Martineau/Rachel (1994 TV series) Episode: "Copper Top Girl" and "It's a Wonderful Life (Without You)"
1996 Diagnosis Murder Heather Michaels (1993 TV series) Episode: "Left-Handed Murder"
1996 High Tide Terri Fisher (1994 TV series) Episode: "Mission Improbable"
1997 Viper Grace Mayfield (1996 TV series) Episode: "Turf Wars"
1997 Touch Shelly Film
1999 Screw Loose Dr. Barbara Collier Film
1999 Michael Landon, the Father I Knew Cindy Landon TV movie
2000 A Tale of Two Bunnies Ruby TV movie
2000 Beautiful Miss Iowa Film
2001 Road to Redemption Amanda Tucker Film
2005 Final Approach Marge Video

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