You can catch me in not one but two films (Career Day and Rose) playing at the prestigious LA Shorts International Film Festival. Tix here: https://www.lashortsfest.com/film-index
Julianna Robinson was born in Reno, Nevada to working class parents who divorced when she was very young. Raised by her single mom who worked multiple jobs to make ends meet, Julianna was determined to be the first person in her family to attend college. She was accepted to UCSB and had intended to be a pre-med student but changed majors at the end of her freshman year when she was accepted to the coveted BFA acting program. In her first year at school, a casting director saw her in a play and cast her in an ill-fated Star Trek spinoff that, while very short lived, allowed her to blow her entire salary on studying Shakespeare in London for a semester. Upon graduation, she moved to Los Angeles, acting in many stage productions in LA’s hard scrabble theater scene and playing the lead in several award-winning independent feature films. It was through this film work that she discovered a fascination for the entire filmmaking process. In 2019, she co-wrote (with her husband) and directed her first short film, “The Party”, which premiered at LA’s Screamfest. Falling in love with filmmaking, she quickly went on to direct seven more short films all of which have played at festivals all over the world and garnered awards. She's recently been applying to director shadowing programs.
Available for acting (stage, screen and voice over) and directing. Also currently seeking representation.
Co-writing a horror feature script with friend Abby Eiland.
Do you have more questions? Are you interested in collaborating on a project? Send me a message, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.