No Pets (Julie White)
Julie White does not have any reported pets.
Julie White is an American actress celebrated for her Tony Award-winning performance in “The Little Dog Laughed.” Her career spans across stage, television, and film, with a notable presence in the “Transformers” film series and a variety of television roles. White’s work shines through, from her portrayal of Nadine Swoboda in the sitcom “Grace Under Fire” to her appearances in critically acclaimed films like “Michael Clayton” and “Lincoln.”
White has been a familiar face on television, with roles in series such as “Six Feet Under,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Nurse Jackie,” and “The Good Wife.” Her film credits include not just blockbuster hits like the “Transformers” series but also performances in “Michael Clayton” and “A Very Murray Christmas.”
Collaboration has been a cornerstone of White’s career. She has shared the screen with a host of notable figures, including Shia LaBeouf in the “Transformers” series, George Clooney in “Michael Clayton,” and Bill Murray in “A Very Murray Christmas.” On television, she has worked alongside Brett Butler in “Grace Under Fire” and made guest appearances with stars like Kevin Bacon and Tony Goldwyn in the Off-Broadway production of “Spike Heels.” Her stage presence was further amplified by working with playwrights like Douglas Carter Beane in “The Little Dog Laughed” and Theresa Rebeck in “Bad Dates,” a one-woman show written specifically for her.
Awards and recognition have punctuated White’s career. Her portrayal in “The Little Dog Laughed” garnered her the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play in 2007. She has also been nominated for her performances in “Airline Highway,” “Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus,” and “POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive.”