Julianne Michelle

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Julianne Michelle
Born (1987-09-05) September 5, 1987 (age 28)
Teaneck, New Jersey

Julianne Michelle (born Sept. 5, 1987 5, 1984) is an American film and television actress.[1] She has appeared in more than 23 productions, beginning in 1992 when she was 8 years old.

Personal life[edit]

Julianne Michelle began her acting career when she was discovered by a producer at the age of 5. She was born in Teaneck, New Jersey[2] in 1987 and lives in New York City. She lived as a child in Manhattan, Beverly Hills, and Las Vegas, and was homeschooled. She attended Marymount School in Manhattan, Columbia University, Marymount Manhattan College and Cornell University.[2] She is currently enrolled in a Master's Degree program at USC.[3] Julianne Michelle, an actress and winner of 2 Best Actress Awards, has been the face on the cover of 25A Magazine and a two-page story on Julianne Michelle appears in the May 2015 issue of the prestigious Resident Magazine.[4]


Julianne Michelle is two-time winner "Best Actress" award for the feature films "The House is Burning" also starring Melissa Leo and "Awakened" also starring Steven Bauer and Edward Furlong. Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film winner for her roles in the films The House Is Burning (2006) and Awakened (2013). In 1991 she was nominated for her guest appearance on Who's The Boss?;[5] in 1993 for "Best Actress Under Age 6" for the movie Family Prayers;[6] and in 1998 for "Best Actress in a TV Series" for the 1998 TV movie Bus No. 9.[7]

In its 2001 WB TV special, Teen People Magazine named Michelle "One of 20 Teens Who Would Change the World".[3][8][9] She is host committee chair for the Children at Heart Celebrity Auction and Dinner to benefit the children of Chernobyl with Chairman Steven Spielberg.[10][11] and she stars as Samantha Winston in Awakened with Steven Bauer, Edward Furlong, Sally Kirkland.

Michelle appeared once on the Di Palma Forum, a televised talk celebrity panel which her father, Joseph Di Palma, established at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The forum features celebrities discussing issues of national interest, and is televised four times a year as The Di Palma Forum at UNLV on PBS TV KLVX.[3][12][verification needed]


Year Title Role Notes
1992 Who's the Boss? Katie Havlock 1 episode "The Sold House" (season 8 episode 11, 1991-12-07)
Nomination – Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress Guest Starring in a Television Series
1992 Roseanne Child 1 episode "Santa Claus" (season 4 episode 12, 1991-12-24)
1992 I Don't Buy Kisses Anymore Girl in Candy Store
1993 Street Knight Girl Hostage
1993 Family Prayers Fay Jacobs Nomination – Young Artist Award for Best Actress Under Ten in a Motion Picture
1993 Phenom Heather 1 episode: There's No Place Like Home
1996–1997 The Oz Kids Dot (voice) Series regular
1998 Bus No. 9 Delia TV movie
Nomination – Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Made for Video – Young Ensemble
2005 The Innocent and the Damned Jennie Carrington Series regular
2006 The House Is Burning Terry
2006 Down the P.C.H. Carrie
2007 Polycarp Serena Witherspoon AKA Kinky Killers
2010 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Club Party Girl, Natasha
2011 Horrorween Cameo
2012 Shannon's Rainbow Shannon Greene
2012 Apartment 1303 3D Janet
2013 Awakened Samantha Winston
2015 Wake Anne
2015 Sweet Lorraine Stephanie Beebe

Appearances as herself[edit]


  1. ^ Julianne Michelle at the Internet Movie Database Retrieved April 5, 2010
  2. ^ a b Staff. "Teaneck, N.J. Native Julianne Michelle Discusses Upcoming MoviesHer New Film Opens In 3D On Wednesday", WCBS-TV, July 21, 2013. Accessed November 17, 2014. "Local actress Julianne Michelle is starring alongside Mischa Barton and Rebecca De Mornay in a new horror movie coming to theaters this week. Michelle is a Teaneck, N.J. native and has attended Cornell, Columbia and Marymount Manhattan College."
  3. ^ a b c "Teen tabbed to change the world". Las Vegas Sun (Las Vegas, Nevada: Greenspun Media Group). August 10, 2001. Retrieved April 5, 2010. 
  4. ^ http://resident.com/author/mikhail/
  5. ^ [1], "Fourteenth Annual Youth in Film Awards 1991–1992" Retrieved December 29, 2008
  6. ^ [2], "Fifteenth Annual Youth in Film Awards 1992–1993" Retrieved December 29, 2008
  7. ^ [3], "Twentieth Annual Youth in Film Awards 1997–1998" Retrieved December 29, 2008
  8. ^ TimeWarner Newsroom, February 14, 2001, "Highlight: Top Teen List" Retrieved December 29, 2008
  9. ^ weblo.com, Julianne Michelle Retrieved December 29, 2008
  10. ^ 20th Annual Youth in Film Awards, "The Community Service Award: The award went to Julianne Michelle for her magnificent achievements in raising funds for charities" Retrieved December 29, 2008
  11. ^ Gravitas Ventures Makes Indie Film History With 3D Acquisition of 'Apartment 1303' Indie Wire. April 18, 2013. Julianne Michelle stars as Janet in the 3-D motion picture, Apartment 1303(2012)
  12. ^ She was Host of the show for 8 episodes in 2010CN&u=http://bk.pps.tv/ct100585034/&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=5&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3DJulianne%2BMichelle,%2BUNLV%26hl%3Den bk.pps.tc (translated from Chinese), "The Di Palma Forum at UNLV" Retrieved December 29, 2008[verification needed]

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