Julie Stevens

Show Count: 5
Series Count: 2
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: March 22, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Julie Stevens is an American actress.


Stevens is the co-director, co-producer of the documentary film, Life After Tomorrow, about the child performers in the musical Annie. She began her performing career at age ten, appearing on Broadway in the musical Annie. TV movies, commercials, recording projects and many stage roles followed. Voice-over credits include looping and dubbing for film and television. Stevens is the singing voice of Erika in the animated musical feature film, Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper.

A graduate of Central High School, New York University (BFA), and Bank Street College of Education (MS).

Source: Wikipedia

Abie's Irish RoseAbie's Irish Rose
Show Count: 2
Broadcast History: 24 January 1942 to 2 September 1944
Cast: Bud Collyer, Alan Reed, Walter Kinsella , Alfred White, Menasha Skulnik, Anna Appel, Carl Eastman, Ann Thomas, Bill Adams, Dolores Gillen, Amanda Randolph, Sydney Smith, Betty Winkler, Rosemary Levy, Richard Bond, Julie Stevens, Marion Shockley
Director: Joe Rines
Abie's Irish Rose, a situation comedy about a young married couple from Jewish and Catholic families, replaced Knickerbocker Playhouse and ran from January 24, 1942 through September 2, 1944.
Broadcast: 26th June 1947
Added: Feb 24 2006
Broadcast: 1st May 1947
Added: Jan 20 2006
Broadcast: 22nd May 1947
Added: Dec 09 2005