Julie Caitlin Brown
Julie comes to writing and producing after a 25 year career as a performer, which has included Stage, Television and Film. Her most recent project is the short film, Thoughts of Suicide on an Otherwise Lovely Day which she wrote, produced and starred in. Brown also co-stars in the recently released horror film, All About Evil shot in her native San Francisco. Among her most memorable credits are “Raffaela Ottanio” for Tommy Tunes’ Tony Award winning musical, Grand Hotel on Broadway, and a turn as “Gymnasia” with George Wendt, in A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum, for Williamstown Theatre Festival”. Over 35 guest stars and a series regular role as Na’Toth on Babylon 5 followed.
After producing, writing and performing on two original music CDs. Julie Associate Produced the television drama Silent Hearts, which aired on Lifetime, Co-Produced Writer/Director/Producer Ken Mader’s award-winning short film, Passing Darkness and is Co-Producer of the independent film Hunter Prey set for release in 2010.
As Writer/Producer, Brown is working with Don Henry director of Nightingale, a feature film from which she and Don have developed a television series, Children of the Night.
The author of two books, Love First, the Beginning, on audio CD and the soon to be released, Love First and the Artist, Julie has launched her motivational speaking career in 2006, having lectured for several events, including her Love First and the Artist Workshops, featuring casting director Victoria Burrows and Fern Champion, Women in Film in Santa Barbara, the Women in Business conference in Del Mar, CA, and the Central California Women in Business Conference in Fresno, California, which hosts over 3,000 participants, as well as Film Industry Network and Twyman’s Creative Conference in Los Angeles. You may visit her website, www.lovefirstbooks.com for more information.