Daniella Deutscher

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Daniella Deutscher
Born Daniella Maria Deutscher
(1975-10-04) October 4, 1975 (age 41)
Bozeman, Montana
Other names Daniella Wolters
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995–2006
Spouse(s) Jay Hernandez (m. 2006)

Daniella Maria Deutscher (born October 4, 1975), also sometimes credited as Daniella Wolters, is an American actress, best known for playing the role of Julie Connor on the American Saturday morning television series Hang Time (1995–2000).


Deutscher began her acting career portraying Julie Connor on the Saturday morning TNBC television series, Hang Time, in which her character was the only girl on a boys' basketball team.[1][2][3][4] She was also a star basketball player in high school, starting on varsity for all four years. Deutscher and her castmate Megan Parlen were the only two actors who appeared in every episode of the series.

Deutscher played the role of Wendy in the movie Special Forces, her character being that of an American journalist held captive by a Muldonian warlord. Deutscher has also appeared on television in the daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful.[citation needed]

She is married to her former Hang Time co-star Jay Hernandez.[1][5][6]



  1. ^ a b John Walters (March 17, 1997). "The Zapper". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved January 25, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Daniella Deutscher: Credits". TV Guide. Retrieved 2010-01-26. 
  3. ^ N.F. Mendoza (October 1, 1995). "Shows for youngsters and their parents too; High school Hoosiers court the kid audience for NBC's Saturday morning". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved January 26, 2010. ("Three of the show's stars, Daniella Deutscher (who plays team member Julia Conner)...")
  4. ^ Fiona Parker (April 27, 1996). "HOOPLARK; We meet stars of the soap with real bounce". Daily Mirror. Retrieved January 26, 2010. ("Daniella Deutscher, who plays Julie Conner, is a big fan of the sport and is capable of netting a few baskets")
  5. ^ "MEET OLYMPIA'S MODEL SOPHOMORE". The News Tribune. February 26, 1992. Retrieved January 25, 2010. 
  6. ^ Bruno Zalubil (December 11, 1993). "GIRLS: ROGERS HALTS OLYMPIA'S HIGH SCORER, WINS". The News Tribune. Retrieved January 25, 2010. ("...Kindle's plan was to threaten his Rams with running to hold Olympia's Daniella Deutscher, normally a scoring machine, to single digits in points. Deutscher, a two-time Black Hills League MVP...")
  7. ^ "Daniella Wolters: Credits". TV Guide. Retrieved 2010-01-25. 

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