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Julie White
Julie White
(born June 4, 1961) is an American actress of film, stage and television. She is a Tony Award
Tony Award
winner for the play The Little Dog Laughed. She may be best known for her role as Nadine Swoboda in the television series Grace Under Fire
Grace Under Fire
and for her role as Judy Witwicky in the Transformers
Transformers
film series.

Contents

1 Personal life 2 Career 3 Filmography

3.1 Film 3.2 Television

4 References 5 External links

Personal life[edit] White was born in the Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, California, the daughter of Sue Jane (née Terry), a therapist, and Edwin White, a dentist.[1] White and her family moved to Austin, Texas, to take up ranching when she was three years old. She started acting in local plays and became a semi-professional at 16. While she was playing the lead role in the musical The Baker's Wife, the show's authors encouraged her to take her talent to New York City.[2] After graduating from high school, she attended Southwest Texas State University (now known as Texas State University) and then attended Fordham University
Fordham University
as an English major, although she did not graduate.[2][3] White married Carl Pandel in 1984; they divorced in 1990.[4] Career[edit] White has been a prolific stage actress, getting her start in regional theatre. Some of her regional theater credits include On the Verge at the Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 1985–1986,[5] Largo desolato at the Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, Connecticut, 1990-1991,[5] Marvin's Room at Seattle Repertory Theatre in January 1992,[6] Absurd Person Singular in 1993 at the Long Wharf Theatre,[7] Money and Friends
Money and Friends
by David Williamson at the UCLA James A. Doolittle Theatre, Hollywood, California, presented by the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson in January to March 1993.[8] White made her Off-Broadway debut in Lucky Stiff in 1988 at Playwrights Horizons.[9][10] She appeared in Just Say No (1988) and in the Off-Broadway WPA Theatre production of Early One Evening At the Rainbow Bar and Grille (1989) by Bruce Graham.[11] She appeared in The Stick Wife by Darrah Cloud produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club at Stage II in 1991.[12] She appeared in Michael John LaChiusa's Over Texas, presented as part of the Ensemble Studio Theater's Marathon in 1991.[13] She appeared at the Off-Broadway Second Stage production of the Theresa Rebeck play Spike Heels with Kevin Bacon
Kevin Bacon
and Tony Goldwyn
Tony Goldwyn
in 1992. Frank Rich
Frank Rich
wrote: " Julie White
Julie White
makes a far more vivid impression. Rail-thin but with a broad face and features, this actress has an off-center style and piquant wit that make her a natural for high comedy of this or any other period."[14] White appeared in a one-woman show, Theresa Rebeck's Bad Dates, written especially for her. The play premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in June 2003.[15][16] On Broadway, White appeared in Wendy Wasserstein's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, The Heidi Chronicles, as a replacement.[17] She also appeared in the made-for-television movie of The Heidi Chronicles, which aired in 1995.[18] In 2006, she appeared Off-Broadway in The Little Dog Laughed by Douglas Carter Beane, playing Diane, a screen agent, who, as one critic put it, is "a Mephistopheles in Manolos".[19] The show transferred to Broadway in October 2006 with a new cast, including former Grace Under Fire
Grace Under Fire
costar Tom Everett Scott. She won the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress
Actress
in a Play for her performance.[20] White played Nadine, the quirky neighbor on Grace Under Fire. White joined the show when it launched in 1993 and appeared in the first four seasons. [21] However, she did not appear in the show's final season. Her departure was attributed to conflict with the show's star, Brett Butler.[22] White has subsequently made several guest appearances on HBO's Six Feet Under as Mitzi Dalton-Huntley [23][24] and on NBC's Law & Order: Special
Special
Victims Unit as Dr. Anne Morella. White also appeared on Desperate Housewives
Desperate Housewives
as Amanda in the Season Two finale but chose to turn down a recurring role when she was offered the role in The Little Dog Laughed.[25] She plays Judy Witwicky, mother of the main human character Sam Witwicky, in Transformers
Transformers
and its sequels, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Transformers: Dark of the Moon. White appeared in the ABC sitcom Cavemen in 2007. In 2008, White received a Drama Desk Award nomination as Outstanding Actress
Actress
in a Play for her role in the play From Up Here.[26] In 2009, she appeared in the HBO
HBO
original movie Taking Chance
Taking Chance
starring Kevin Bacon.[27] She also lent her voice to the 2009 computer-animated film Monsters vs. Aliens.[28] White has served several times as a guest judge on the reality TV series Iron Chef America.[29] White stepped into the role of Masha, originated by Sigourney Weaver, in Christopher Durang's play Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, on Broadway, from July 28 to August 25, 2013, at the Golden Theatre. [30] In 2013, White was a series regular on Amazon's Alpha House, a political comedy series written by Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau.[31] White plays Maddie Biggs, the wife of North Carolina Senator Gil John Biggs, played by John Goodman. White will also appear in the show's second season, which is filming over the summer of 2014. In 2014 she joined the cast of the Showtime television drama Nurse Jackie for its sixth season.[32] She appeared on Broadway at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of the Lisa D'Amour play Airline Highway in April 2015 to June 2015.[33] White was nominated for the 2015 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Featured Actress
Actress
in a Play and the 2015 Tony Award, Featured Actress
Actress
in a Play.[34] Later in 2015, she played Kate opposite Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick
and Annaleigh Ashford
Annaleigh Ashford
in Sylvia at the Cort Theatre.[35] In July 2017, White took over the role of Nora in A Doll's House, Part 2 at the John Golden Theatre
Golden Theatre
on Broadway, succeeding Laurie Metcalf.[36] Filmography[edit] Film[edit] Sources:[37];[38]

Year Title Role Notes

1999 Flypaper Cindy

2001 Say It Isn't So Ruthie Falwell

2002 Slap Her... She's French Bootsie Grady

2004 Sunday on the Rocks Elly

2006 Astronaut Farmer, TheThe Astronaut Farmer Beth Goode

2007 Transformers Judy Witwicky

2007 Nanny Diaries, TheThe Nanny Diaries Jane Gould

2007 Michael Clayton Mrs. Greer

2009 Breaking Upwards Joanie

2009 Monsters vs. Aliens Wendy Murphy (voice)

2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Judy Witwicky Nominated—Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress

2010 Morning Mary

2010 Frontiersmans Wife, TheThe Frontiersmans Wife Melissa Short film

2011 Our Idiot Brother Lorraine

2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon Judy Witwicky

2011 Inside Out Martha

2011 Language of a Broken Heart Mimi

2012 Hello I Must Be Going Gwen

2012 Lincoln Elizabeth Blair Lee

2014 Life Partners Deborah

2014 Adult Beginners Shirley

2015 Very Murray Christmas, AA Very Murray Christmas Bev

Television[edit] Source:[38]

Year Title Role Notes

1992 Law & Order Sandy Episode: "Star Struck"

1993–97 Grace Under Fire Nadine Swoboda 94 episodes Nominated— Viewers for Quality Television Award for Best Supporting Actress
Actress
in a Quality Comedy Series

1995 Heidi Chronicles, TheThe Heidi Chronicles Fran Television movie

1999 Touched by an Angel Molly Avery Episode: "Til Death Do Us Part"

2000 JAG Det. Wanda Schilling Episode: "People v. Gunny"

2000 Strong Medicine Caitlin Crawford Episode: "Misconceptions"

2001 Ally McBeal Marian Episode: "In Search of Barry White"

2001 Nathan's Choice Marcia Television movie

2001–02 Six Feet Under Mitzi Dalton Huntley 4 episodes

2002 Thieves Barb Lieser Episode: "Home Is Where the Heist Is"

2003 Whoopi Press Secretary Episode: "The Vast Ring Wing Conspiracy"

2003–07 Law & Order: Special
Special
Victims Unit Dr. Anne Morella 5 episodes

2004 Rescue Me Dr. Goldberg Episode: "Guts"

2005–12 Iron Chef America Herself 13 episodes

2006 Desperate Housewives Amanda 2 episodes

2007–08 Cavemen Leslie McKinney 7 episodes

2009 Taking Chance Col. Karen Bell Television movie

2010 Funny in Farsi Candace Smiley Unsold TV pilot

2011 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Stephanie Miller Episode: "The Last Street in Manhattan"

2011 Damages Congresswoman Donna Chase Episode: "There's Only One Way to Try a Case"

2011 Smothered Patty Television movie

2012 Penguins of Madagascar, TheThe Penguins of Madagascar Ma (voice) Episode: "Smotherly Love/Littlefoot"

2012–13 Go On Anne 22 episodes

2013 Broadway.com Show, TheThe Broadway.com Show White Episode: "1.37"

2013–14 Alpha House[39] Maddie Biggs 20 episodes

2014 Save the Date[40] Connie pilot for ABC/CBS

2014 Nurse Jackie[41] Antoinette Mills 10 episodes

2014 Wild Card Judge Hockett Episode: "The Pilot"

2015 Good Wife, TheThe Good Wife Selma Krause Episode: "Dark Money"

2016 You're the Worst Dr. Tabitha Higgins Episode: "Twenty-Two"

2016 Real Good People[42] Gloria pilot for CBS

2016 Pearl[43] Joy pilot (ABC)

2017 Man Seeking Woman Lucy's Mom 4 episodes

2017 Chopped Herself Episode: "Star Power: The Last Laugh!"

2018 Chicago Med Tessa Episode: "Best Laid Plans"

References[edit]

^ Julie White
Julie White
biography, FilmReference.com. ^ a b Gates, Anita. "Julie White, Killer Agent, in The Little Dog Laughed" The New York Times, January 20, 2006 ^ "Lincoln Center Alumna Snares Tony Award" fordham.edu, accessed May 29, 2015 ^ Clark, Brooks. "Making a Big Splash" People, March 27, 1995 ^ a b " Julie White
Julie White
Biography (1962?–)" filmreference.com, accessed May 31, 2015 ^ Berson, Misha. "Surprise! Marvin's Room Is Warm", Seattle Times, January 28, 1992 ^ Johnson, Malcolm L. "Hilarious Revival Of Absurd Person Singular Now At Long Wharf" courant.com, May 29, 1993 ^ Drake, Sylvie. "Stage Review : Witty Money & Friends Just Misses the Bull's-Eye" Los Angeles Times, January 15, 1993 ^ Rich, Frank. "Review/Theater; 'Lucky Stiff,' a Musical From a Crime Novel" The New York Times, April 27, 1988 ^ Lucky Stiff playwrightshorizons.org, accessed May 30, 2015 ^ Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille lortel.org, accessed May 30, 2015 ^ Rich, Frank. "Review/Theater; Lindsay Crouse as the Wife of a Klansman" The New York Times, May 10, 1991 ^ Gussow, Mel. "Review/Theater; Several Slices of Life In Festival of One-Acts" The New York Times, June 9, 1991 ^ Rich, Frank. "Review/Theater; Reversing the Stereotypes in the War of the Sexes" The New York Times, June 5, 1992 ^ Jones, Kenneth. " Julie White
Julie White
Goes on Some 'Bad Dates' June 3-29 at Playwrights Horizons; Hickey Directs" playbill.com, June 3, 2003 ^ "A Date With Theresa Rebeck" Archived 2015-05-30 at the Wayback Machine. tcg.org, accessed May 29, 2015 ^ " Julie White
Julie White
Credits" playbillvault.com, accessed May 29, 2015 ^ Leonard, John. "Defining Women" New York Magazine, October 16, 1995 ^ Brantley, Ben. "The Stage Is Bigger, But It Still Can’t Hold All Her Ambition", The New York Times, November 14, 2006. ^ " The Little Dog Laughed Cast, Productiona and Awards" Archived 2015-05-30 at the Wayback Machine., playbillvault.com, accessed May 29, 2015 ^ " 'Grace Under Fire' Cast-Crew" allmovie.com, retrieved december 31, 2017 ^ Grace Under Fire
Grace Under Fire
– A Television Heaven Review Archived 2012-10-15 at the Wayback Machine. ^ " 'Six Feet Under', Season 2, 2002" rottentomatoes.com, retrieved December 31, 2017 ^ "'Six Feet Under,' episodes 9-13" ew.com, March 6, 2003 ^ Julie White, Q&A Interview Broadway.com ^ Gans, Andrew. "Drama Desk Nominees Announced; Catered Affair Garners 12 Noms" playbill.com, April 28, 2008 ^ Taking Chance
Taking Chance
rottentomatoes.com, retrieved December 31, 2017 ^ Monsters vs. Aliens
Monsters vs. Aliens
rottentomatoes.com, retrieved December 31, 2017 ^ Vincentelli, Elizabeth. "Zakarian vs. Schenker (Episode: IA1011H)" foodnetwork.com, accessed May 29, 2015 ^ "Comic Dynamo Julie White
Julie White
Steps into Broadway Hit 'Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike' " New York Post, July 29, 2013 ^ Goodman, Tim (14 November 2013). "Alpha House: TV Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 24 July 2014.  ^ Gans, Andrew. "Tony Winner Julie White
Julie White
Lands Recurring Role in Showtime's 'Nurse Jackie' " playbill.com, October 3, 2013 ^ Lloyd Webber, Imogen. "Airline Highway, Featuring 2015 Tony Nominees Julie White
Julie White
& K. Todd Freeman, Will Close Slightly Early on Broadway" broadway.com, May 12, 2015 ^ Airline Highway playbillvault.com, accessed May 30, 2015 ^ "Matthew Broderick, Annaleigh Ashford, and Julie White's Newest Performance", Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC-FM, November 20, 2015 ^ McPhee, Ryan. "Tony Winner Julie White
Julie White
and Stephen McKinley Henderson Take Center Stage in A Doll's House, Part 2" Playbill, July 25, 2017 ^ " Julie White
Julie White
Overview and Filmography" tcm.com, retrieved December 31, 2017 ^ a b "White Filmography" allmovie.com, retrieved December 31, 2017 ^ Goldberg, Leslie. "Cynthia Nixon, Amy Sedaris Among 'Alpha House' Guest Cast" Hollywood Reporter, September 19, 2013 ^ "2014 CBS Pilots" deadline.com, retrieved December 31, 2017 ^ Snetiker, Marc. " Julie White
Julie White
Joins the Cast of 'Nurse Jackie' in Major Recurring Role" broadway.com, October 3, 2013 ^ Petski, Denise. " Julie White
Julie White
Joins ‘Real Good People’ CBS Pilot; Melissa Tang In Fox’s ‘Zoobiquity’" deadline.com, March 16, 2016 ^ Goldberg, Lesley. "TV Pilots 2016: The Complete Guide to What Lives, Dies and Still Has a Pulse" Hollywood Reporter, May 12, 2016

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