Juliana Donald

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Julianna Donald
Born (1964-01-01) January 1, 1964 (age 55)
OccupationAmerican film, television and voice actress
Years active1984-2007

Juliana Donald (born January 1, 1964 in Washington, D.C.) is an American film and television actress.

She played "Jenny" in the 1984 Jim Henson movie The Muppets Take Manhattan, her feature film debut. She later appeared in such films as The Purple Rose of Cairo and Dragnet. She has appeared on television in Riptide, The Law and Harry McGraw, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Melrose Place, NYPD Blue, Babylon 5, The X-Files and Close to Home, as well as doing voiceover work on animated films. Her most recent film was in the 2005 movie One More Round.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Animation[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Castle of Cagliostro Waitress Streamline Pictures, Credited as Julie Donald
1987 Dirty Pair OVA Secretary Credited as Julie Donald
1987 Dirty Pair: Project Eden Secretary Credited as Julie Donald
1988 Cyber Ninja Princess Saki
1991 3x3 Eyes Additional Voices Manga Entertainment, Credited as Julie Donald
1991 Silent Möbius Yuki Saiko Streamline Pictures, Credited as Julie Donald
1991 Zeiram Bartender
1992 Babel II: Perfect Collection Additional Voices
1994 Crimson Wolf Walla

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1984 The Muppets Take Manhattan Jenny
1985 The Purple Rose of Cairo Usherette
1987 Dragnet Zookeeper Credited as Julie Donald
1992 Brain Donors Lisa Le Baron Credited as Julie Donald
1995 Midnight Man Lily Gray Credited as Julie Donald
1998 A Civil Action Reporter Credited as Julie Donald
2005 One More Round Hillary

TV[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1984 Riptide Heather Price 1 episode, "Where the Girls Are"
1988 Hotel Andrea Green 1 episode, "Til Death Do Us Part", Credited as Julie Donald
1987 The Law and Harry McGraw E.J. Brunson 16 episodes, Credited as Julie Donald
1988 Superboy Ellen Jensen 1 episode, "Troubled Waters", Credited as Julie Donald
1989 Murder, She Wrote Irene Terhune 1 episode, "First Burn, Cauldron Bubble", Credited as Julie Donald
1990 Star Trek: The Next Generation Tanya 1 episode, "A Matter of Perspective", Credited as Julie Donald
1990 Nightmare on the 13th Floor Hotel Waitress TV Movie, Credited as Julie Donald
1990 Major Dad Gail Callaghan 1 episode, "Love on the Run", Credited as Julie Donald
1990 Father Dowling Mysteries Lucy Aspell 1 episode, "The Vanishing Victim Mystery", Credited as Julie Donald
1991 The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw Ruby Roy Bean TV Movie, Credited as Julie Donald
1992 Civil Wars Alicia Mitford 1 episode, "His Honor's Offer", Credited as Juli Donald
1992 Melrose Place Lily Gray 1 episode, "Drawing the Line", Credited as Julie Donald
1995 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Emi 1 episode, "Prophet Motive"
1995 Babylon 5 Pilot #1 1 episode, "The Fall of Night", Credited as Julie Donald
1996 Murder One Julia Antonelli 6 episodes
1996 The John Larroquette Show Isabella 1 episode, "Independence Day", Credited as Julie Donald
1996 Chicago Hope Laura Collings 1 episode, "A Time to Kill"
1999 The X-Files Nancy Kine 1 episode, "Arcadia"
2000 Walker, Texas Ranger D.A. Kristy Clark 1 episode, "Deadly Situation", Credited as Julie Donald
2000 Family Law Susan 1 episode, "Telling Lies"
2001 Touched by an Angel Jamie Cadegan 1 episode, "Winners, Losers & Leftovers"
2001 NYPD Blue Cynthia Bunin 8 episodes
2004 Without a Trace Rachel Owen 1 episode, "Exposure", Credited as Julianna Donald
2004 Judging Amy Katherine Adams 1 episode, "Lullaby"
2006 Monk Madeline Kroger 1 episode, "Mr. Monk Gets a New Shrink", Credited as Julie Donald
2006 7th Heaven Woman Adopting 5 Children 1 episode, "You Don't Know What You've Got 'Tis He's Gone", Credited as Julie Donald
2007 Close to Home Dr. Rose Stille 1 episode, "Getting In", Credited as Julie Donald
2018 How to Get Away With Murder Patient 1 episode, "Everything We Did Was for Nothing"

Video Games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Star Trek: Borg Shoreham Credited as Julie Donald

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