|Residence||Brooklyn, New York City, New York|
|Alma mater||Marist College|
John Dutton (m. 2013)
Born in South Korea to a Korean mother and Dominican father, Julee Cerda was raised simultaneously in New York and the Dominican Republic. While in high school, her class took a field trip to see the Broadway production of Les Misérables where Cerda stated she was "floored" by the production. This show convinced her to take a career in acting. She later attended Marist College and participated in comedy troupes such as Upright Citizens Brigade and Tangana!, the latter of which she was a founding member. She moved on to acting in advertisements, but wished to move on to other wider acting roles stating, "There will always be a reason not to do something. I had a lot of student loan debt for a career in advertising. There were a lot of lows getting to the point where I am today. There are still lows that I deal with. But not listening to your true self will beat you up, and you can either bury it or let it thrive." Cerda has been among actors and actresses of mixed ethnicity who have found it difficult working in the Hollywood system. "I don't fit 100% into any category. I'm an American, but casting directors don't always see me as that. I'm often looked at as the 'other', but it's getting better because people of color are working to make it better."
Cerda began booking roles in high-profile television productions such as Homeland, Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards and Nurse Jackie. She also gained recognition for starring in the Broadway revival of Children of a Lesser God and Smart People. She also has a role in the second season of Marvel's Iron Fist, joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise.
|2006||Seeking Solace||Courtesan||Short film|
|2008||Dog Run||Mandee||Short film|
|2010||Looking for These?||Yasmin||Short film|
|2013||The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby||Nurse||Versions: "Them" and "Her"|
|2013||A Miracle in Spanish Harlem||Dr. Yi|
|2015||The Intern||ATF Creative Team|
|2015||No Letting Go||Linda|
|2015||The Great Gilly Hopkins||Mrs. Hong|
|2018||You're Not Alone||Teacher|
|2010||12 Steps to Recovery||Belinda||Episode: "Out of Your League"|
|2011||Nurse Jackie||Waitress||Episode: "Mitten"|
|2011||White Collar||Teller||Episode: "Taking Account"|
|2012||Royal Pains||Anesthesiologist||2 episodes|
|2014||Black Box||Stylist||Episode: "Kodachrome"|
|2014||Dangerous Liaisons||Richard's Theater Date||TV Movie|
|2015||Allegiance||FBI Agent at Field Office||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2015||I Love You...But I Lied||Lori||Episode: "Threesome/Surrogate"|
|2016||Limitless||Gerd Rep||Episode: "Fundamentals of Naked Portraiture"|
|2016||House of Cards||Dana Treister||Episode: "Chapter 47"|
|2016||The Family||Doctor||Episode: "I Win"|
|2016||Blue Bloods||Defense Attorney||Episode: "The Extra Mile"|
|2016||Orange Is the New Black||Jazmina||Episode: "Bunny, Skull, Bunny, Skull"|
|2016||Odd Mom Out||Episode: "Hanoi Jill"|
|2017||Time After Time||Chase Chandler||Episode: "Out of Time"|
|2017||Billions||Sam Brandt||Episode: "Currency"|
|2017-2018||Kevin Can Wait||Kelly||2 episodes|
|2017-2018||Homeland||Reiko Umon||4 episodes (season 7)|
|2018||Marvel's Iron Fist||Mika Prada||2 episodes (season 2)|
- Rothenberg, Adam (March 7, 2018). "Call Answered: Julee Cerda: "Children of a Lesser God" on Broadway,". Call Me Adam. Retrieved July 25, 2018.
- Garcia, Gabriela (January 17, 2018). "How To Change Career Paths Into Something You Love, With "Homeland" Actress Julee Cerda". Modern Brown Girl. Retrieved July 25, 2018.
- Rodriguez, Victor A. (March 16, 2018). "From the Nuyorican Poets Cafe to the Great White Way: Julee Cerda Takes on Broadway". Llero. Retrieved July 25, 2018.
- Ho, Qui (July 6, 2016). "Kollab ATL Chats with Julee Cerda About Smart People, "Twokens," and Acting". Kollaberation. Retrieved July 25, 2018.
- Trumbore, Dave (July 24, 2018). "New 'Iron Fist' Season 2 Images Are Seriously Lacking in Glowing Fists". Collider. Retrieved July 25, 2018.