Julie Stevens (American actress)

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Julie Stevens is an American actress.

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Stevens is the co-director, co-producer of the documentary film, Life After Tomorrow, about the child performers in the musical Annie.[1] She began her performing career at age ten, appearing on Broadway in the musical Annie. TV movies, commercials, recording projects and many stage roles followed. Voice-over credits include looping and dubbing for film and television. Stevens is the singing voice of Erika in the animated musical feature film, Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper.

A graduate of Central High School, New York University (BFA), and Bank Street College of Education (MS).

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