Known from movies
|Fact||Julianna is one of three children who all grew up singing and acting.|
Who is Julianna Guil?
Born on July 7, 1987 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA, Julianna Guill is an actress, perhaps best known for her work in the movie “Friday the 13e playing the character Bree, who was released in 2009. Other projects she has worked on include ‘Glory Daze’, ‘The Resident’ and ‘Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce’.
The Wealth of Julianna Guill
As of early 2020, Julianna Guill’s net worth is estimated to be over $500,000 earned through a successful acting career since 2004, appearing in several mainstream projects. She has also worked on several web series and independent projects throughout her career.
Beginning of early life, education and career
Julianna grew up in North Carolina alongside two siblings. At a young age, their parents encouraged them in the arts as all the children were fond of acting and singing. Performing in the family helped build their confidence, and she also took dance lessons. She learned jazz, ballet and tap dancing and continued to develop her skills while attending RJ Reynolds High School. She also joined the school choir, which helped with her singing skills.
After graduating from high school in 2005, she enrolled at New York University where she earned a degree in theater.
The university is known as one of the most historic and prestigious schools in the US – its history dates back to the early 1800s and the school has several prominent alumni, some of whom have made waves in the acting profession. During her time there, she began participating in local theater productions, but wanting to find more work in Hollywood, she moved to Los Angeles after graduation.
After moving to Los Angeles, Guill began auditioning, which led her to work in several mainstream television shows, mostly as a guest.
Some of her projects during this period included “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “How I Met Your Mother”, and “One Tree Hill”. One of her first regular roles was on the show “My Alibi”, which aired Take 180, and aired for 18 episodes, telling the story of a group of students who are locked in a room together as punishment for a prank unknown to anyone. They later talk about the events leading up to their lockup, as well as the various twists and turns that occurred along the way. Other stars of the show included Alison Brie and Zachary Burr Abel.
Her next project would be the series “Glory Daze”, which was broadcast for a season on TBS. It follows the story of college freshmen who begin to adjust to college life, with most of them choosing to join a fraternity. She also had a few film projects during this period, mostly independent films such as “Costa Rican Summer”. She also had a starring role in the movie “Road Trip: Beer Pong” which was released straight to DVD.
“Friday the 13e”
In 2009, Julianna got one of her most notable roles, in the movie “Friday the 13th”, a Restart of the 1980 film series that popularized the horror character Jason Voorhees.
The film was directed by Marcus Nispel, who is known for reviving several other past horror films. Starring her alongside Jared Padalecki, Aaron Yoo, and Danielle Panabaker, the film tells the story of a man searching for his missing sister, who was last known to be camping by a lake. The film’s script is inspired by the first four “Friday the 13th” movies, with the mask taken from the design of the third.
The movie also delved into the slasher’s character a bit more, giving him a bit of heritage but not showing too much so audiences wouldn’t sympathize with the killer.
The film received generally negative reviews, as many critics felt that the film added nothing new to the franchise, instead relying on outdated tropes of the past. Despite this, the film performed well at the box office and easily exceeded its budget.
Work after Friday the 13the
After “Friday the 13th” Julianna appeared in the television movie “My Super Psycho Sweet 16which aired on MTV, reprising his role in the sequel released the following year. She continued her work in horror with the 2012 movie “The Apparition” starring Ashley Greene and Sebastian Stan. The film follows the story of three college students who must deal with a supernatural threat they have summoned.
She also had roles in other movies that showcased her versatility as she appeared in several comedies. She teamed up with Steve Carell in “Crazy, Stupid, Love”, playing a minor role; the film is about a man who is taught how to pick up women in bars, while dealing with the aftermath of his divorce. She also teamed up with Alison Brie once more when she made a guest appearance on “Community”, and in 2014 she was cast as a regular on the TV show “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce”, playing Becca Riley. The show aired on Bravo and is based on the “Girlfriends’ Guide” book series written by Vicki Iovine.
The show was ahead five seasons, and Julianna was part of the show for four years. One of her latest projects is the TV show ‘The Resident’, a medical series in which she plays the recurring role of Jessie Nevin.
Julianne married Ben McMillan in 2015 after dating for a few years. He is a writer and producer, although little is known about his work. Their wedding took place at Martha’s Vineyard in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. They have a child together and the family can often be seen on her social media. In her spare time, she explores other ventures such as wine and alcoholic beverages. She also recently took an interest in production and behind-the-scenes work on films.
|First and last name||Juliana Guil|
|Education||Richard J. Reynolds High School, New York University|
|Parents||Ann Guil, Count Guil|
|Movies||Friday the 13th, 5 Star Day, The Apparition, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Mine Games, Road Trip: Beer Pong, Costa Rican Summer, Fired Up!, Altitude, Bad Night, Alex of Venice, Christmas Eve, My Super Psycho Sweet 16 , My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2, Killing Poe, Lawless Range, A Green Story, Summer in the …|
|TV shows||Glory Daze, My Alibi, Bad Samaritans|
|1||Julianna is one of three children who all grew up singing and acting.|
|2||She began tap, ballet, and jazz dance at a young age and continued to sing in the choir while attending RJ Reynolds High School, graduating in 2005.|
|3||She also performed in local theater productions and attended New York University before moving to California..|
|Search for the truth||2015||TV movie completed||Sandy Stills Patagonia|
|The Mindy Project||2017||TV serials||Dinah|
|Girlfriends Guide to Divorce||2014-2017||TV serials||Becca Riley|
|sunset ppl||2016||TV movie||Talia|
|Summer in the city||2016||TV movie||Taylor|
|Rush hour||2016||TV serials||Alice Rosenberger|
|Kill Poe||2016||Brittany Wilcox|
|Relationship status||2016||TV serials||Talia|
|Captain America: Civil War||2016||Stark’s assistant|
|lawless reach||2016||Margaret Donnelly|
|selfie||2014||TV serials||Coryn McWatters|
|Alex of Venice||2014||Anya|
|Puma city||2014||TV serials||Haylee|
|Criminal ghosts||2013||TV serials||Ashley Fouladi|
|Bad Samaritans||2013||TV serials||pulled|
|A green story||2012||Rebekah|
|Harry’s law||2012||TV serials||Jody Sullivan|
|Choose M for murder||2011||Short||Janelle|
|Crazy, stupid, love.||2011||Madison|
|Community||2011||TV serials||Head cheerleader|
|Glory Daze||2010-2011||TV serials||Christie DeWitt / Christie DeWitt / Christie Brown|
|My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2||2010||TV movie||Madison Penrose|
|15 minutes||2010||TV movie|
|The Subpranes||2010||TV serials||Sunshine|
|Costa Rican summer||2010||Eve|
|5 star day||2010||Vanessa|
|90210||2009-2010||TV serials||Savanna Montgomery|
|Accidentally on purpose||2010||TV serials||Melissa|
|Coldcase||2010||TV serials||Rabbit Hargreave ’74|
|My Super Psycho Sweet 16||2009||TV movie||Madison Penrose|
|How I met your mother||2009||TV serials||Girl|
|Road Trip: Beer Pong||2009||Video||katy|
|Laid off!||2009||Another girl|
|My alibi||2008-2009||TV serials||Scarlet Hauksson Scarlet Haukkson|
|Friday the 13th||2009||Bree|
|2 guys and a dream||2009||stacy|
|CSI: Crime scene investigation||2007||TV serials||Monica|
|CSI: Miami||2006-2007||TV serials||Kelly|
|A tree hill||2004-2005||TV serials||Ashley / Money girl|
|Be good Daniel||2004||Short||Jane|
|Ostrich land||2013||Short thanks|
|Almost Myth: The Oskar Knight Story||2017||completed||herself|
|Meet the Patels||2014||Documentary||herself|
|Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th||2013||Video documentary||Herself – ‘Bree’|
|Road trip: Beer Pong – Get your balls wet: the essence of Beer Pong||2009||Video documentary short||herself|
|Hack back/cut forward||2009||Video short||herself|
|The Rebirth of Jason Voorhees||2009||Video short||herself|
|2009||Golden Schmoes||Golden Schmoes Awards||Best T&A of the year||Friday the 13th (2009)|