Julie Gonzalo

Biography: Julie Gonzalo, originally from Buenos Aires, has made a name for herself in the TV and film industry in recent years.

This native Argentinean ordinarily thought of as American, was born and raised in Argentina, until her family decided to move to Miami, Florida where she didn't speak a word of English. She was barely 8 yrs old at the time. Gonzalo states that "The hardest part about moving here (the States) was the language…I learned at school – and by watching TV." The Gonzalo family moved from Buenos Aires to Miami where Julie found her passion for acting as she began taking s in theatre. She developed a love for acting and her whole life was fascinated by the notion of making people laugh. After a period of time she relocated solo to Los Angeles in the hope to see what may occur in the way of a career in the industry. Luck came her way and she became surrounded by good people who helped her in her endeavors to further her acting, within 6 months of being situated in
Julie Gonzalo, originally from Buenos Aires, has made a name for herself in the TV and film industry in recent years.

This native Argentinean ordinarily thought of as American, was born and raised in Argentina, until her family decided to move to Miami, Florida where she didn't speak a word of English. She was barely 8 yrs old at the time. Gonzalo states that "The hardest part about moving here (the States) was the language…I learned at school – and by watching TV."
The Gonzalo family moved from Buenos Aires to Miami where Julie found her passion for acting as she began taking s in theatre. She developed a love for acting and her whole life was fascinated by the notion of making people laugh. After a period of time she relocated solo to Los Angeles in the hope to see what may occur in the way of a career in the industry. Luck came her way and she became surrounded by good people who helped her in her endeavors to further her acting, within 6 months of being situated in Los Angeles she was involved with her first film.

She attributes her success as a Blessing from God for being in the right place at the right time.
She's fluent Spanish and is hoping to release movies within the Spanish market as well as the Western. She has a great sense of pride for her culture.

She's breaking the stereotype for White Latinas everywhere, letting the world know that not all Latin women look like Jennifer Lopez some are, blonde blue eyed beauties.

"Lot's of people see me and are surprised because they imagined a different type. Like Julie Gonzalo doesn't suit my body. They'd ask me 'Where are you from? I'd say, Argentina; they'd reply 'Your family is from Argentina.' I'd reply 'No I was born there and for me it's a privilege to be able to communicate with two different markets both English and Spanish."

The starlet is 5' 8" she can be seen in the music videos "Heaven" for popular Hispanic boy band Menudo and "I Need You Now" for Bart Baldwin. It has recently been reported that she is dating writer/director Brinton Bryan (born December 20, 1981).

"Being blonde eliminated the possibilities to do Latin roles, and the fact that I don't have a Latin accent because I was practically raised in the US." Julie Gonzalo.

In 2006 she was cast as a series regular on the hit TV show 'Veronica Mars', and in more recently in 'Eli Stone'.

Julie has also appeared in several blockbuster movies such as 'Dodgeball', and 'Must Love Dogs'.
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Julie Gonzalo's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 47
Highest Metascore: 70 Freaky Friday
Lowest Metascore: 22 Christmas with the Kranks
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 2 out of 6
6 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
62 Veronica Mars Mar 14, 2014 Parker Lee 7.7
61 Ladrón que roba a ladrón Aug 31, 2007 Gloria 8.5
46 Must Love Dogs Jul 29, 2005 June 5.2
22 Christmas with the Kranks Nov 24, 2004 Blair Krank 6.8
25 A Cinderella Story Jul 16, 2004 Shelby Cummings 6.3
70 Freaky Friday Aug 6, 2003 Stacey Hinkhouse 8.4