Julianna Guill
Birth Date:
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA
Birth Place:
July 7, 1987
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Friday the 13th


American actress Julianna Guill is known for playing Bree in the 2009 film “Friday the 13th,”  Scarlet Haukkson in the webisode series “My Alibi” (2008-2009) and Christie Dewitt in “Glory Daze” (2010-2011).    


Childhood and Family:

Julianna Guill was born on July 7, 1987, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as Julianna Minetree Guill. She is one of three children born to parents Ann and Earl Guill. She started  tap, ballet, and jazz dance at a young age, and continued singing in the choir while at R.J. Reynolds High School. After graduating from high school in 2005, she attended New York University before relocating to Los Angeles to pursue acting.

Glory Daze


Julianna Guill made her television acting debut in “One Tree Hill” in the 2004 episode “To Wish Impossible Things,” in which she had a small role as money girl. She returned to the series to play Ashley in the 2005 episode “Locked Hearts and Hand Grenades.” Guill went on to guest star in “CSI: Miami” (2006, 2007; playing Kelly) and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2007; playing Monica).

Guill's first regular role was in the web television series “My Alibi,” where she played the role of Scarlet Haukkson. The show premiered on August 18, 2008, on and YouTube, and concluded on February 20, 2009.

In 2009, Guill had small roles on the Brian Drolet film “2 Dudes and a Dream” and the Will Gluck teen comedy film “Fired Up!. She starred as Katy in the direct to video “Katy in Road Trip: Beer Pong” (2009) and played Bree on the slasher movie “Friday the 13th” (2009), starring Jared Padalecki, Danielle Panabaker, Aaron Yoo, Amanda Righetti, Travis Van Winkle and Derek Mears. The same year, she also appeared on the television series “How I Met Your Mother” and “90210” and the made for TV film “My Super Psycho Sweet 16.”

Guill joined Kelly Blatz, Matt Bush, Drew Seeley and Hartley Sawyer to star on the comedy/drama television series “Glory Daze.” The series aired from November 16, 2010, to January 18, 2011 on TBS.

Meanwhile, Guill also appeared in “Cold Case” (2010), “Accidentally on Purpose” (2010) and “The Subpranos” (2010) and  the TV films “5 Minutes” (2010) and “My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part” (2010). She had roles on several films like “5 Star Day” (2010), “Closing Time” (2010, short), the independent comedy “Costa Rican Summer” (2010), “Altitude” (2010) and “Blast Off” (2011, Short). Following the cancellation of “Glory Daze,” she guest starred in “Community” (2011), “Psych” (2011) and “Harry's Law” (2012). She co-starred in the Steve Carell comedy “Crazy, Stupid, Love” (2011), the biopic “A Green Story” (2012), directed and written by Nick Agiashvili, the science fiction/thriller “Mine Games” (2012, opposite Briana Evigan) and the horror/thriller “The Apparition” (2012, with Ashley Greene, Sebastian Stan and Tom Felton).

From 2012 to 2013, Guill had a recurring role as Bekah on the MTV comedy/drama series “Underemployed.” In 2013, she portrayed Drew Finnegan on the comedy web series “Bad Samaritans,” opposite Robert LaSardo and David Faustino. The same year, she also made a guest appearance on “Criminal Minds,” playing Ashley Fouladi.   

In 2014, Guill appeared in episodes of the television series “Cougar Town” and “Selfie.” She played  Margaret Donnelly on the western/drama “San Patricios” and Anya on the drama film “Alex of Venice.”

Guill will star opposite Matt Bush and Osric Chau in the comedy film “Killing Poe” (2014), directed by Nathan Andrew Jacobs, and with  Jon Heder, Patrick Stewart in Gary Cole on the Mitch Davis directed flick “Stuck” (2015). On the small screen, she is set to star on the comedy film “The Mistake” (2014).


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