A Note From Julia:

Hi there! I’m Julia Meadows, a New York City based actor. 

Born on a snowy cattle farm in Indiana and raised in the bustling suburbs of D.C., I came to New York City at eighteen years old to study singing at the Mannes College of Music.


A year into college, I began sneaking off to evening acting classes at renowned Meisner conservatory, Maggie Flanigan Studio—and never looked back.

I feel closest to Heaven when I am on stage or on set. I am passionate about story, truth, and character. And I think there is nobility in spilling the paint colors of my soul, that other hearts might catch the splatter.

But enough philosophizing… On to the concrete:

Currently, I work in film, theater, and the occasional (very carefully selected) musical project. I keep my instrument strong and stylistically flexible, that I might give voice to my characters however they ask. And no matter the medium, I maintain a strict commitment to truthful, vivid storytelling. 

Thank you for visiting my site; please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Let us be tender, let us be wild.




Feinstein’s/54 Below Debut!

Julia is originating the role of Mary Smith, a conflicted female recruit in the U.S. Military during World War II. Catch it at 54 Below on June 4th!

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Just Cast: ‘Friendsgiving’

Julia will be playing the part of Emma, a young, social-climbing secretary in a new immersive play by Genia Starcev. The premiere with award winning experimental theater company Necessary I.T.E.M.S. Project will take place at Greenwich Village’s Alchemical Lab Studios. Performance dates and more information to come!


New Shorts

Julia has several new short films in post-production, including art film “The Dinner Party,” directed by Elizabeth Balla and pictured above.



Stay tuned! Stage and singing demos coming Summer 2019.





Hair: Brown  Eyes: Green 

Height: 5’7”  Weight: 140 lb

Voice: Soprano w/ Belt  (Mix/Belt to E5, Legit to E♭6)


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The most engaging and entertaining character in this entire production.
— Amanda Gunther, D.C. Metro Theater Arts
Performed with wonder and gravitas.
— icareifyoulisten.com
Breathtaking...raucous nihilism and cheeky profanity extending to a physical presence rare in an Ashley staging.
— Steve Smith, National Sawdust Log
A consummate performer...As she has discovered the depth of her artistry she has never lost her ability to move people - to be real in front of an audience.
— Leslie Stifelman, Conductor and Broadway Veteran



For photos, Clips, and random artistic musings, Follow Julia on Instagram: @_julia.meadows_

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