Julia Fulton

Julia Fulton is Rhea Quackenheimer in Mercury's Wake

After receiving an MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama, Julia Fulton created leading roles in world premieres at Tony award winning South Coast Repertory in southern California, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Yale Repertory Theatre, San Diego Repertory Theatre, and recently did a one woman show Babette as a guest artist at Thurgood Marshall College, UCSD, San Diego. Feature film and television credits include starring roles in My Brother’s Keeper, Challenger, Lethal Charm, Unholy Matrimony , Perfect, Burned Out; regular and recurring roles on E.R., Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Melrose Place, Lime Street, The Dave Thomas Comedy Show, among others. As a writer, Ms. Fulton has directed and written the short film documentary Head Start on the Southern Ute Reservation. Her play LAKE POWELL was selected by Cygnet Theatre for their New Play Festival. Her memoir THE BRIDAL PATH available on Amazon.com. Her book Acting for the Camera: from the Actor’s P.O.V. is published by KendallHunt, 2011. She’s taught acting and film at UCLA, USC, Los Angeles, and the University of Texas at Austin. She currently teaches acting, writing and film at the University of California, San Diego. She was named Guest Artist by the British American Drama Academy (BADA)2012 in Oxford, England. 

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