Julie Carmen is an actress, dancer, & licensed psychotherapist. She won the Best Supporting Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival for her role in John Cassavetes' "Gloria" (1980), & is also known for her roles in “In the Mouth of Madness” (1994), “Fright Night Part 2” (1988), & “The Milagro Beanfield War” (1988). She started in theatre & danced in the Broadway play "Zoot Suit". Julie joined the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in the class of 2016 & she was inducted into the New Mexico Film and Television Hall of Fame in 2018.
In this interview, Julie talks about the early days of her acting career and how she came to Hollywood. She has helped inspire and pave the road for other latina actresses, & she is now a licensed psychotherapist whom offers yoga classes weekly.
Yoga Studio: http://juliecarmenyoga.com/
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