Across both film and television, Julie Gonzalo has starred and appeared in memorable roles in dramas and comedies alike. Most recently, she starred as Andrea Rojas in season five of The CW’s hit series “Supergirl.” Hallmark audiences will recognize her from the successful Hallmark Original Movie premieres “Flip That Romance” and “The Sweetest Heart.” Gonzalo appeared opposite Danny Glover in the independent darling Waffle Street and starred in the independent comedy “How to Train Your Husband” (aka: “How to Pick Your Second Husband First”), which made its Hallmark Channel premiere earlier this year. Recent notable guest starring roles include “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Lucifer.” Known by many for her portrayal of Rebecca Sutter in the TNT blockbuster “Dallas,” Gonzalo also won the ALMA Award for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series for her role in the ABC hit “Eli Stone,” produced by Greg Berlanti. In addition to “Eli Stone,” she was also a series regular on “Veronica Mars.”
Some notable film credits are Must Love Dogs, starring Diane Lane and John Cusack, Christmas with the Kranks and the comedy, Dodgeball.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Gonzalo is fluent in Spanish, helping her to land one of the lead roles in Lionsgate’s Ladron Que Roba a Ladron, which garnered one of the highest opening weekends of all time for Spanish language films.