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Juliette Goglia interviewed by RealTVFilms in 2008.
Juliette Rose Goglia
September 22, 1995
Juliette Rose Goglia (born September 22, 1995) is an American actress. She is best known for portraying Sierra in the Disney Channel series That's So Raven, Hannah West in the CBS series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Eve Henry on The Michael J. Fox Show.
Goglia was born in a suburb of Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Susan Stokey, an actress, and Carmine Goglia, a scenic painter of Italian descent. Her maternal grandfather was game show host and producer Mike Stokey. She has one older brother named Dante and one older sister named Emily.
Goglia has appeared on several television shows, such as Joanie on Two and a Half Men and as Sierra on That's So Raven for two episodes each. Her longest-running television role to date is as one of the incarnations of God, referred to as "Little Girl God" on CBS's Joan of Arcadia. She was in eight episodes before the series was cancelled in April 2005.
Goglia played a child prodigy suspected of murder on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and a teen suffering from seizures in the cancelled CBS drama 3 lbs. She also had a recurring role on the Fox drama Vanished, and appeared on Hannah Montana in the episode "Bye Bye Ball" as Angela. She also appeared in the Shake It Up episode "Match It Up" as Savannah, Deuce's (Adam Irigoyen) girlfriend.
She is also a singer-songwriter. She has recorded and written five songs: "Every Time I'm With You", "Into a Dream", "Crystal Ball", "Thought You Were The One", and "Inattention". She has also recorded a cover of the song, "Listen" from Dreamgirls. She took part in Southern California's "Diva's: Simply Singing" in 2004. She was the recipient of "Female Vocalist of the Year" award at the 20th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards in 2010.
|2004||The Long Shot||Colleen O'Brian||Television film|
|2004||Garfield: The Movie||Little girl|
|2005||Cheaper by the Dozen 2||Theater patron|
|2007||A Grandpa for Christmas||Becca O'Riley||Television film|
|2009||Fired Up!||Poppy Colfax|
|2010||Easy A||Young Olive Penderghast|
|2011||Inside Out||Pepper Small|
|2012||Stakeout||Sarah Stratton||Short film|
|TBA||The Way You Look Tonight||Mia||Post-production|
|2003–2005||Joan of Arcadia||Little Girl God||8 episodes|
|2004||Strong Medicine||Gaby Heely||Episode: "The Real World Rittenhouse"|
|2004||Two and a Half Men||Joanie||2 episodes|
|2004||That's So Raven||Sierra||2 episodes|
|2005||ER||Sydney Carlyle||Episode: "The Human Shield"|
|2006–2007||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Hannah West||2 episodes|
|2006||Vanished||Becca Jerome||3 episodes|
|2006||Desperate Housewives||Amy Pearce||2 episodes|
|2006||3 lbs||Erica Lund||Episode: "The God Spot"|
|2007||Veronica Mars||Heather Button||Episode: "Postgame Mortem"|
|2007–2008||Ugly Betty||Hilary||3 episodes|
|2008||Hannah Montana||Angela Vitolo||Episode: "Bye Bye Ball"|
|2009||Private Practice||Sarah Pierce||Episode: "Do the Right Thing"|
|2010||Past Life||Sarah||Episode: "Saint Sarah"|
|2011||Shake It Up||Savannah||Episode: "Match It Up"|
|2012||The Finder||Melissa Welling||Episode: "Eye of the Storm"|
|2012–2013||Good Luck Charlie||Victoria||Episodes: "The Unusual Suspects", "Teddy and the Bambino"|
|2013–2014||The Michael J. Fox Show||Eve Henry||Main cast; 22 episodes|
|2014||Scandal||Mackenzie Miller||Episode: "Flesh and Blood"|
|2015||TMI Hollywood||Host / Various||Episode: "He's a Bird-Man!"|
|2015||Resident Advisors||Rachel||Main cast; 7 episodes|
|2016||Mike & Molly||Frannie||Episodes: "Baby Bump", "Baby, Please Don't Go"|
|2017||Doubt||Sophia Armstrong||Episode: "Not a Word"|
|2018||I Was A Teenage Pillow Queen||Lucinda||Television film|
|2018||The Neighborhood||Meadow||Episode: "Welcome to Game Night"|
- Hallmark Interview. "A conversation with “A Grandpa for Christmas” Star Juliette Goglia[permanent dead link]".
- "Juliette Goglia". IMDb. Retrieved 2018-09-02.
- "Juliette Goglia". LA Music Awards. Retrieved 2018-09-02.