Facts of Juliette Goglia
Juliette Goglia Biography
American actress Juliette Goglia was born in September 1995 in a suburb of Los Angeles, California. According to her birth date, her zodiac is Virgo. Besides that, mother Susan Stokey is an actress and father Carmine Goglia is a scenic painter of Italian descent. She is the youngest among her siblings (older brother Dante and an older sister named Emily). Her grandfather from her mother side is Mikey Stokey who was a game show host and TV producer.
Juliette Goglia Height and Features
Juliette Goglia has gorgeous brown eyes and dark brown hair and her skin complexion is white and her ethnicity is American. Although she has a 4'11 inches height but also body features are quite stunning. Though, she does not have good height, looking at her pictures she looks pretty tall and attractive.
Juliette Goglia Career
23 years old American actress Juliette Goglia started working in television and movies from a small age. Her first film is The Long Shot, in which her role name was Colleen O'Brien and that is a television film of 2004 which used to come in Hallmark Channel.
In addition, Goglia appeared in various TV shows such as Two and a Half Men in which she played the role of Joanie and Sierra in two episodes of That's So Raven. And both shows were broadcasted in 2004.
However, Goglia's role in tv shows are short but among all shows her longest running role Little girl lord in Joan of Arcadia. She appeared in all eight episodes from the year 2003 to 2005. Though, the show was cancelled in April 2005.
Similarly, Goglia noticed playing a child prodigy suspected of murder on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and she appeared in two episodes as Hannah West. In vanished(2006) she appeared as Becca Jerome and in Hannah Montana, she gave the appearance as Angela Vitolo in the episode Bye Bye Ball in the year 2008.
Goglia played the role of Savannah as Deuce's girlfriend in Shake It Up(2011) of episode Match It Up. In 2013, Goglia noticed in The Michael J. Fox Show as Eve Henry in main cast 22 episodes.
Another interesting fact about Goglia is that she is a singer and songwriter as well. she has already done recording of five songs such as "Every Time I'm With You", "Into a Dream", "Crystal Ball", "Thought You Were The One", and "Inattention". As well she has done cover song Listen from Dreamgirl.
Goglia participated in Southern California's "Diva's: Simply Singing" in 2004. In 2010, she awarded "Female Vocalist of the Year" at the 20th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards.
Juliette Goglia Relationships
Goglia posted her ex-boyfriend Clayton on her Instagram and on 22 January 2012 on twitter she twitted “An old picture of my boyfriend, Clayton, and me on homecoming!” As long as, she kept her life extremely private and away from media and limelight.
Juliette Goglia Net Worth
Juliette Goglia total income is $1 million in 2019. According to her acting chart, she earned a pretty amount from her career.
Juliette Goglia Interview
You started in the world of acting at a very young age, so what is the earliest memory as an actress? And how did you find yourself interested in the business?
I started acting when I was about 6 or 7 years old. I grew up in a very artistic family: my dad is a painter, my mother is an actor, my sister acts and sings as well, and my brother is a musician, so when I decided I wanted to go into film and television it was no big surprise. Luckily, I grew up in California, so my parents were able to support me in my dream and I started auditioning. While I don’t remember many things from my early childhood, I feel like I remember almost every experience I’ve had on set with crystal clarity. One of my earliest memories was playing Little Girl God on the critically acclaimed CBS drama, Joan of Arcadia. Jason Ritter was filming the scene before me, and his character had to be smoking cigarettes. At seven years old, I had the BIGGEST crush on Jason. He talked to me just like I was an adult, he didn’t belittle me or ignore me because I was a little kid. I remember sitting next to him in our cast chairs and him telling me how disgusting cigarettes were. He told me he never smokes and hated that he had to for the scene. Looking back I think it’s so cool that he imparted such great advice to a seven-year-old girl. It stuck with me too.
Your role as Little Girl God in Joan of Arcadia was a pretty heavy role to take on at such a young age. What was this performance like for you? How did you process such a situation at such a young age?
Having my first television role be playing “God” was pretty hilarious. Everyone always asked, “So where do you go from there?” Originally, the role was written for a 10-year-old, but my manager got me in the room anyway. Growing up, I always got along better with adults and was constantly told I had an “old soul.” Furthermore, it seemed that all roles for 7-year-olds were written rather blandly. They would just be a kid eating cereal, with no intellect, or a bratty kid. When I saw the incredible writing by Barbara Hall, the audition was a breath of fresh air. It was written so beautifully and with such complexity, that it felt like the perfect fit in a weird way. And although I was three years too young for the role, I think the creative team really liked the dichotomy of such sage advice coming out of a 7-year-old’s mouth. So while it was the most difficult dialogue I’d had to memorize at that age, it was an exciting challenge and to this day it’s one of my favourite roles I’ve ever had the privilege of playing.