Julie Benz Bio, Age, Husband, Movies, Supernatural, Dexter And Saw


Julie Benz Biography | Julie Benz Bio

Julie Marie Benz famously known as Julie Benz is an American actress. She was born on May 1st, 1972 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. She grew up in Murrysville and attended Franklin Regional High School.

Julie Benz Age

She was born on May 1st, 1972 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

Julie Benz Husband

She was married to John Kassir from 30th May 1998 to 2007. She is now married to Rich Orosco and the two got married on May 5th, 2012.

Julie Benz Children

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Julie Benz Height

She is 1.63 M tall.

Julie Benz Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $ 6 million.

Julie Benz Movies And TV Shows | Julie Benz Movies | Julie Benz Movie List | Julie Benz Filmography

Movies

Year Title Role
1990 Two Evil Eyes Betty
1996 Black Sheep Dancing Blonde Woman
1996 Darkdrive Julie Falcon
1997 Eating Las Vegas Sheila
1997 Inventing the Abbotts Co-ed
1997 As Good as It Gets Receptionist
1999 Jawbreaker Marcie Fox
1999 Dirt Merchant Angie
2000 Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth Barbara Primesuspect
2000 Bad Girls from Valley High Danielle
2001 The Brothers Jesse Caldwell
2003 The Midget Stays in the Picture A-List Actress
2003 George of the Jungle 2 Ursula Stanhope, Queen of the Jungle
2004 The Long Shot Annie Garrett
2005 8mm 2 Lynn
2006 Kill Your Darlings Katherine
2008 Rambo Sarah Miller
2008 Saw V Brit Steddison
2008 Punisher: War Zone Angela Donatelli
2009 Kidnapping Caitlynn Caitlynn
2009 The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day FBI Special Agent Eunice Bloom
2010 Bedrooms Anna
2011 Ricochet Elise Laird
2011 Answers to Nothing Frankie
2014 Supremacy Kristen
2015 Circle Wife
2015 Life on the Line Carline
2016 Havenhurst Jackie
TBA Foster Boy Pamela Dupree

TV Shows

Year Title Role Notes
1991–1992 Hi Honey, I’m Home! Babs Nielson Main role
1994 Married… with Children Sascha Episode: “Field of Screams”
1995 The Barefoot Executive Sexy Woman TV movie remake
1995 Crosstown Traffic Unknown role Unaired pilot
1995 Empire Christine Lambert Unaired pilot
1995 Hang Time Linda Cantrell Episode: “Earl Makes the Grade”
1995 High Tide Joanna Craig Episode: “Sea No Evil”
1995 Step by Step Tawny Episode: “The Wall”
1996 Boy Meets World Bianca Episode: “City Slackers”
1996 Hearts Adrift Christy Television film
1996 Diagnosis: Murder Julie Miller Episode: “Murder on Thin Ice”
1996 Sliders Jenny Michener Episode: “The Electric Twister Acid Test”
1996 The Single Guy Cranberries Girl Episode: “Love Train”
1997 Veronica’s Video Heidi Unaired pilot
1997 A Walton Easter Jeannie Uncredited
1997 The Big Easy Roxanne Episode: “BeGirled”
1997 Fame L.A. Vanessa Episode: “The Beat Goes On”
1997–2000 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Darla Guest role (5 episodes)
1998 Ask Harriet Joplin Russell Recurring role (7 episodes)
1998 Conrad Bloom Julie Episode: “The Rebound Guy”
1999 Payne Breeze O’Rourke Main role
1999 The King of Queens Julie Patterson Episode: “Train Wreck”
1999–2000 Roswell Kathleen Topolsky Recurring (7 episodes, season 1)
2000 Satan’s School for Girls Alison Kingsley Television film (ABC)
2000 Good Guys/Bad Guys Unknown role Unaired pilot
2000–2004 Angel Darla Recurring role (20 episodes)
2002 Glory Days Ellie Sparks Unaired pilot
2002 Taken Kate Keyes Miniseries (2 episodes)
2002 She Spies Elaine Episode: “Spies vs. Spy”
2002 Peacemakers Miranda Blanchard Episode: “The Witness”
2002 Coupling Amanda Episode: “Decatur Guy”
2004 The Long Shot: Believe in Courage Annie Garrett Television film (Hallmark)
2004 NCIS Denise Johnson Episode: “A Weak Link”
2004 Oliver Beene Cigarette Girl Episode: “Idol Chatter”
2005 Locusts: The 8th Plague Vicky Television film (Syfy)
2005 Lackawanna Blues Laura Television film (HBO)
2006 Supernatural Layla Rourke Episode: “Faith”
2006 CSI: Miami Hayley Gordon Episode: “Deviant”
2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Heidi Wolff Episode: “Time of Your Death”
2006 Circle of Friends Maggie Television film (Lifetime Movies)
2006–2010 Dexter Rita Bennett Main role (season 1–4); guest role (season 5)
Won – Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television
Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
2007 Law & Order Dawn Sterling Episode: “Church”
2009 Held Hostage Michelle Estey Television film (Lifetime)
2009 Uncorked Johnny Prentiss Television film (Hallmark)
2010 Desperate Housewives Robin Gallagher Recurring role (5 episodes)
2010–2011 No Ordinary Family Stephanie Powell Main role
2011 Royal Pains Elyse Episode: “An Apple a Day”
2011–2012 A Gifted Man Christina Holt Recurring (7 episodes)
2012 Middle Ages Unknown role Unaired pilot
2013 Sole Custody Joey Television film (Lifetime)
2013 Taken: The Search for Sophie Parker Lt. Stevie Parker Television film (Lifetime)
2013–2015 Defiance Mayor Amanda Rosewater Main role
2015 Charming Christmas Meredith Rossman Television film (Hallmark)
2015–2017 Hawaii Five-0 Inspector Abby Dunn Recurring (12 episodes)
2017 Training Day Holly Butler Main role
Christmas Homecoming Amanda Television film (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries)
2019 On Becoming a God in Central Florida Carole Wilkes Guest role (2 episodes)
Dark/Web Rideshare Episode: “Rideshare”
V. C. Andrews’ Heaven Kitty Dennison Television film

Video Games

Year Title Role
2003 Everybody’s Golf 4 (a.k.a. Hot Shots Golf Fore!) Various voices
2004 Halo 2 Miranda Keyes

Julie Benz Dexter | Julie Benz In Dexter | Julie Benz On Dexter | Julie Benz Dexter Season 4

From 2006-2010, she portrayed Rita Bennett in this TV show. Dexter Morgan is a Miami-based blood splatter expert who doesn’t just solve murders; he commits them too. In fact, he’s a serial killer — but he only murders the guilty, so he feels justified with his lifestyle choices.
His policewoman sister and his cop co-workers have no idea Dexter lives a double life; however, adoptive father Harry knows his secret, and does, in fact, help Dexter hone his “skills.” It’s a unique brand of justice for which charming Dexter feels a psychological hunger.
First episode date: 1 October 2006
Final episode date: 22 September 2013
Writers: Jeff Lindsay, Scott Buck, Melissa Rosenberg
Networks: Showtime, CBS

Julie Benz Supernatural

She was Layla Rourke in this TV show. This haunting series follows the thrilling yet terrifying journeys of Sam and Dean Winchester, two brothers who face an increasingly sinister landscape as they hunt monsters. After losing their mother to a supernatural force, the brothers were raised by their father as soldiers who track mysterious and demonic creatures.
Violent memories and relationship-threatening secrets add additional burdens on Sam and Dean as they investigate all things that go bump in the night. As old tricks and tools are rendered useless and friends betray them, the brothers must rely on each other as they encounter new enemies.
First episode date: 13 September 2005
Theme song: Carry On Wayward Son
Production location: British Columbia
Spin-offs: Supernatural: Bloodlines, Supernatural: The Animation

Julie Benz Rambo

She portrayed  Sarah Miller in this movie. Having long-since abandoned his life as a lethal soldier, John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) lives a solitary life near the Thai border. Two weeks after guiding a missionary (Julie Benz) and her comrades into Burma, he gets an urgent call for help. The missionaries have not returned and although he is reluctant to embrace violence again, Rambo sets out to rescue the captives from the Burmese army.
Initial release: 23 January 2008 (Kuwait)
Director: Sylvester Stallone
Box office: 113.2 million USD
Budget: 55 million USD
Featured song: Rambo Theme

Julie Benz Hawaii Five-O

She had a recurring role where she portrayed Inspector Abby Dunn for 12 episodes. CBS books a new version of the classic “Hawaii Five-0” series, with Alex O’Loughlin in the lead role as Detective Steve McGarrett and Scott Caan portraying Danno.
The detectives are part of an elite task force whose mission is to eliminate crime on the beaches of the Aloha State. Assisting McGarrett and Danno are Capt. Lou Grover, who formerly headed Hawaii’s SWAT unit; Jerry Ortega, the islands’ local conspiracy theorist; and Tani Rey, a bold, recent police academy graduate. The brash unit spar and jest among themselves but remain determined to eliminate the seedy elements from the nation’s 50th state.
Production location: Oahu
Network: CBS
Based on: Hawaii Five-O by Leonard Freeman
No. of episodes: 214 (list of episodes)

Julie Benz Jawbreaker

She was Marcie Fox in this movie. When an exclusive clique of teenage socialites accidentally murders their best friend, Liz (Charlotte Ayanna), on the morning of her birthday, the three girls responsible — Courtney (Rose McGowan), Julie (Rebecca Gayheart) and Marcie (Julie Benz) — conspire to hide the truth.
As the trio makeover nerdy reject Fern Mayo (Judy Greer) and groom her to take Liz’s place, crack police Detective Vera Cruz (Pam Grier) launches an investigation that will turn Reagan High School upside down.
Initial release: 19 February 1999 (USA)
Director: Darren Stein
Box office: 3.1 million USD
Budget: 35 million USD
Producer: Adam Silverman

Julie Benz Boondock Saints 2 | Julie Benz Boondock Saints

She portrayed FBI Special Agent Eunice Bloom in this 2009 movie. Connor (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy MacManus (Norman Reedus) have been living in Ireland for several years, working on a farm with their father (Billy Connolly).
When they learn they’ve been charged with the murder of a Roman Catholic priest, the brothers travel to Boston to clear their names. Along the way, they meet Romeo (Clifton Collins Jr.), a street fighter who joins them in their quest to find Concezio Yakavetta (Judd Nelson), a mobster who they think is really behind the murder.
Initial release: 30 October 2009 (USA)
Director: Troy Duffy
Box office: 10.6 million USD
Budget: 8 million USD
Featured song: The Saints Are Coming

Julie Benz Saw | Julie Benz Saw 5 | Julie Benz Saw V

She played the character role of  Brit Steddison. Despite the fact that fiendish serial killer Jigsaw is dead, his work lives on through a new apprentice, Lieutenant Mark Hoffman, a cop who appeared to be hot on the murderer’s trail. As fellow lawman Agent Peter Strahm begins to suspect Hoffman is Jigsaw’s protégé, the fledgling killer sets out to dispose of him.
Initial release: 23 October 2008 (Australia)
Director: David Hackl
Budget: 10.8 million USD
Box office: 113.8 million USD
Based on: Saw; by James Wan; Leigh Whannell

Julie Benz Boy Meets World

She was  Bianca in this TV show. With the help of true love Topanga, best friend Shawn and teacher Mr. Feeny, Cory Matthews juggles school, friends, and romance. The series, a popular Friday night staple on ABC for seven seasons, began with Cory in the sixth grade and follows him and his entourage through their college years.
First episode date: 24 September 1993
Final episode date: 5 May 2000
Theme songs: Boy Meets World Theme Song
Networks: Disney Channel, American Broadcasting Company

Julie Benz Defiance

She played the main role of Mayor Amanda Rosewater in this TV show from 2013-2016. It’s the middle of the 21st century and there are new rules and a completely altered landscape on Earth after three decades of alien races arriving on the planet. Mysterious Nolan and his charge, Irisa, come to the town of Defiance, located atop the ruins of what was St. Louis, in an attempt to keep things in order as humans and aliens try to coexist.
Events occur that threaten to disrupt the peace the town has fought to establish. In what Syfy is calling the first-ever convergence of TV and online gaming, each happening — both in the show and in the companion video game — affects what happens in the other medium, and the two evolve together as one story.
First episode date: 15 April 2013
Language: English
No. of episodes: 38 (list of episodes)
Network: Syfy

Julie Benz Angel

She played a recurring role of  Darla for 20 episodes from 2000-2004. Angel is an American television series, a spin-off from the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The series was created by Buffy’s creator, Joss Whedon, in collaboration with David Greenwalt. It aired on The WB from October 5, 1999, to May 19, 2004, consisting of five seasons and 110 episodes. Like Buffy, it was produced by Whedon’s production company, Mutant Enemy.

Julie Benz Buffy The Vampire Slayer

She had a guest role for 5 episodes portraying Darla. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an American supernatural drama television series based on the 1992 film of the same name. It was created by Joss Whedon under his production tag, Mutant Enemy Productions, with later co-executive producers being Jane Espenson, David Fury, David Greenwalt, Doug Petrie, Marti Noxon, and David Solomon.

Julie Benz King of Queens

She played the role of Julie Patterson in this TV show. Doug Heffernan puts in a long day’s work delivering parcels and comes home each night to his loving wife, Carrie; unfortunately, he also comes home to his wacko father-in-law, Arthur. Doug’s only refuges are the little time he spends alone with Carrie and the company of his buddy Spence, co-worker Deacon, and cousin Danny, whom he turns to for advice that just might make his life better if he only bothered to follow it.
First episode date: 21 September 1998
No. of episodes: 207 (list of episodes)
Theme songs: Baby All My Life I Will Be Driving Home To You, The King of Queens Theme Song

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