Julie Gonzalo Biography

Born in Argentina and raised in Miami, Julie Gonzalo is an Argentine-American actress and producer of Spanish ethnicity.

Gonzalo attended Ruth K. Board Harbor for elementary and was enrolled with Highland Oaks Middle School. She also was an attendant of North Miami Junior High. She debuted in TV series Greetings from Tucson. She was casted in 2003 comedy Exit 9 and was also seen in Me, me, me the same year. She appeared in various films like Freaky Friday, Dodge Ball: A True Underdog Story and Christmas with Kranks. She was also seen in supporting role in 2005 film Must Love Dogs. Her career took off to heights with 2006: The CW TV series Veronica Mass. She then was seen in The News and was also starred in Eli Stone for which she received awards and nominations too. She then was seen in guest appearance in Castle, Nikita, The Glades and CSI: Miami. 2011 saw her in TNT revival of Dallas. She has been working on Dallas since then as a regular cast. Gonzalo also appeared in 2013 comedy horror movie Vamp U and is expected to be coming with her film The List in early 2014.

Gonzalo has been reported to be engaged with somebody but god knows who her boyfriend is. Kept secret about personal life, she also was rumored to be pregnant but came out to be a false statement. She has got a tattoo on her right wrist; not distinctly readable. Owner of a hot and sexy body, her long and toned feet gives her a pleasure of titles like Sexiest Woman Alive and Maxim 100 most beautiful women. With her tall height, she presents her sizzling bikini line in her films or TV series.

Awarded ALMA Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in Drama, Gonzalo is one of the most talented actors of America.

Highly followed in twitter and read in wiki, she garners millions of male fans worldwide. 

By: Dana Luica | Famous People >> Actress | Dec 12 2013

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