Julie White Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows

Julie White Biography

Julie White is an American actress, who received the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her performance in The Little Dog Laughed in 2007. She has also gotten three Tony Award nominations for her appearances in Airline Highway, Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, and POTUS: Or, Seven Women Trying to Keep Every Great Dumbass Alive.


How old is Julie White? – Age

She is 62 years old as of 4 June 2023. She was born in 1961 in San Diego, California, United States. Her real name is Julie K. White.

Julie White Family – Education

White was born in the Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, California, the daughter of therapist Sue Jane (née Terry) and dentist Edwin White. When White was three years old, her family relocated to Austin, Texas, to pursue a ranching career. She began acting in local productions at the age of 16 and progressed to semi-professional status. The show’s authors pushed her to take her talent to New York City while she was playing the lead part in the musical The Baker’s Wife.

She attended Southwest Texas State University (now known as Texas State University) after high school and then Fordham University as an English major, though she did not graduate.

Julie White Husband

In 1984, White married Carl Pandel; they divorced in 1990.

Julie White Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Julie White American Horror Story

She appeared as Ms. Preecher in the twelfth season of the American horror anthology series American Horror Story. Anna, a young actress, fails to show up for her transvaginal oocyte retrieval session, which irritates her husband Dex. She meets a strange woman and feels she is stalking her. Anna meets her publicist, Siobhan Corbyn, who expects she will be nominated for an Academy Award.

Anna is told to wait two weeks before taking a pregnancy test, but she is encouraged to do so. Anna is expecting her first child when she discovers she has been nominated for a Gotham Award. She will compete against another actress, Babette Eno, at the awards event. Anna is in a lot of pain and bleeding, so a nurse named Ivy, who looks like her stalker, gives her an ultrasound. She subsequently discovers she miscarried and that there is no nurse named Ivy working at the hospital.

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Julie White How We Roll

In the American sitcom How We Roll, she played Helen Smallwood, Tom’s mother and Jen’s mother-in-law. Tom, a former auto worker, is torn between another career and his desire to join the professional bowlers tour. Archie and Sam, his buddies, encourage him to pursue his passion for tap dancing. Jen, Tom’s wife, is initially hesitant but eventually accepts.

Tom accepts a monetary sponsorship from a funeral company, only to discover that Archie has already paid his fee. Jen’s supervisor won’t let her serve a younger customer, so she decides to serve the customer at home. Tom feels bad about Jen working additional hours and missing Sam’s tournament. Tom sells his baseball card collection to fund Jen’s vacation. Tom’s daughter-in-law, Helen, is fired by her boss, and Tom wins the tournament. Jen is irritated when Tom suggests she move into his house. Helen begins dating Archie, but things quickly get unpleasant. Tom fails to fulfill his aim of finishing in the top ten in regional events, which he attributes in part to Archie’s coaching. Tia leaves Ruth’s salon and wants to start her own business with Jen.

Julie White Movies

♦ 2007 – The Nanny Diaries
♦ 2007 – Michael Clayton
♦ 2009 – Breaking Upwards
♦ 2009 – Monsters vs. Aliens
♦ 2009 – Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
♦ 2010 – Morning
♦ 2010 – The Frontiersmans Wife
♦ 2011 – Our Idiot Brother
♦ 2011 – Transformers: Dark of the Moon
♦ 2011 – Inside Out
♦ 2011 – Night of the Living Carrots
♦ 2011 – Language of a Broken Heart
♦ 2012 – Hello I Must Be Going
♦ 2012 – Lincoln
♦ 2014 – Life Partners
♦ 2014 – Adult Beginners
♦ 2015 – A Very Murray Christmas

Julie White TV Shows

♦ 2015 – The Good Wife
♦ 2016 – You’re the Worst
♦ 2016 – Real Good People
♦ 2016 – Pearl
♦ 2017 – Man Seeking Woman
♦ 2017 – Chopped
♦ 2018 – Chicago Med
♦ 2019 – Designated Survivor
♦ 2019 – Big Mouth
♦ 2020 – Mrs. America
♦ 2021-22, 2023 – NCIS: Hawaiʻi
♦ 2022 – How We Roll
♦ 2022 – Roar
♦ 2022 – WeCrashed
♦ 2023 – American Horror Story: Delicate