Julianne Michelle is a powerful young actress with a body of work that stretches the imagination. Julianne can be currently seen in the Amazon prime show, New Dogs, Old Tricks as Max. In the award-winning film, Awakened (2014), she plays the lead, Samantha Winston, along with Edward Furlong, Steven Bauer, John Savage, Stelio Savante, and Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Sally Kirkland. She stars along with Mischa Barton and Rebecca DeMornay as the tortured Janet Slate in Apartment 1303 3-D (2013). She is the strong, yet heartwarming, Stephanie in the motion picture, Sweet Lorraine (2015) also starring Oscar Winner Tatum O’Neal. She gives an superb performance in the title role as Shannon in the compelling feature film, Shannon's Rainbow (aka Amazing Racer), and she is the beautiful, enticing Natasha in the Oliver Stone film, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010). She stars in Wake with Mira Sorvino and Coffee Café Trilogy (2017).

In the feature film, The House is Burning, directed by award-winning director Holger Ernst and legendary producer Win Wenders, which premiered at The Cannes Film Festival, Julianne gives an outstanding and heart wrenching performance as Terry Storm, a self-destructive girl who longs to be loved, for which she won "Best Actress" at Flash Foundation's Young Film Festival in Poland. Oscar winner Melissa Leo starred along with Julianne in The House is Burning.

She is Serena in Polycarp with Golden Globe winner Charles Durning. She had the lead role as Jennie Carrington in the film, The Innocent and the Damned (2005). She is the unforgettable Carrie in the feature film, Down the PCH. Julianne starred as Anne Archer's daughter in the touching motion picture, Family Prayers. She starred and was a series regular as Delia in the Nickelodeon TV show, Bus No. 9. She is the lead voice, Dot, in nine Paramount full length feature films on video, The Little Wizard Stories, and Julianne starred along with Jonathan Taylor Thomas in The Oz Kids. As a child, Julianne had principle roles in a number of other feature films also, including, I Don't Buy Kisses Anymore and Street Knight.

Julianne's lead and guest star roles on TV include two TV series regular roles and fourteen guest star appearances on Roseanne, Ellen, Who's the Boss?, Phenom, and more. She was also a guest on The Queen Latifah Show.

AWARDS:
She is winner "Best Actress" for her outstanding performance as Terry in the award winning feature film, The House is Burning (premiered at the Cannes Film Festival) at Flash Foundation's Young Film Festival in Poland. She is winner “Best Actress” for her role in the movie Awakened. She is a three-time nominee for "Best Actress In a Motion Picture", Youth in Film and International Young Artists Awards in Los Angeles, and winner of the 1999 "Highest Achievement Award" for her magnificent accomplishments in fund raising for charities, Young Artists Awards, Los Angeles.

 

Julianne's charity work has been a very important part of her life since she was very young. She has supported a multiple causes over the years, including The Alzheimer's Association, The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC), Culture for One, Fountain House, Child Haven, Variety Children's, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and CCOC's Children at Heart to benefit Chabad's Children of Chernobyl. 


Julianne was honored by Teen People Magazine as one of Teen People's "20 Teens Who Will Change the World", and she was also featured on the WB TV special. Julianne was named one of "L'Oreal Paris' Five Top Teens in the World, 2001".

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