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Julie Garnyé is an actress, singer, voiceover artist, writer and director. She can currently be seen as Bulda/Queen Iduna in FROZEN Live at the Hyperion Theatre at The Disneyland Resort in Southern California and she just shot the season finale of the brand new 9th season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, which will air in late December 2017. Julie was also the "In Memoriam" soloist for the 2016 Daytime EMMY Awards telecast and was a part of the Les Misérables ensemble for the Academy Awards OSCARS telecast in 2013.

Career highlights include Grizabella (National Tour of the musical CATS), Aldonza (Man of La Mancha - PCPA Theatrefest) and her three appearances at The Hollywood Bowl, including Les Misérables, Chicago and this past summer's Mamma Mia!

Other credits include:

Broadway/NYC: CHESS (Concert benefitting The Actor's Fund), HAIR (Concert benefitting The Actor's Fund), PIPPIN (Concert benefitting The Trevor Project), Children of Eden (Concert benefitting Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS) U.S. National Tour: CATS (Jennyanydots/Grizabella)

London: First Things Last (Garrick Theatre) with Lance Horne, Norm Lewis, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Alan Cumming and Graham Norton.

Regional: The Light In The Piazza at South Coast Repertory Theatre, A Class Act (Sophie) at Coachella Valley Repertory Theatre, Romeo+Juliet: Love Is A Battlefield (Lady Montague) at Rockwell Table & Stage, Bat Boy at Southern Repertory Theatre, West Side Story (Rosalia) at The Louis B Mayer Theatre and Bye, Bye Birdie (Rosie) at Sunnyvale Players.

Film/TV/Voiceover: Curb Your Enthusiasm (Season 9 - Season Finale), Disney Animation's Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (as the voice of the fairy Lyria) and The Closer on TNT.

Ms. Garnyé has sung with numerous symphony orchestras, including the San Diego Symphony, Dallas Pops and LA Philharmonic and has performed with many musical greats including Josh Groban, Neil Sedaka, Carole King, Stephen Schwartz, Kristin Chenoweth, and jazz legend Dave Brubeck.

She is currently recording her first album, entitled "Julie Garnyé - & - The Writers". The album will feature the work of 15 of her favorite composers and lyricists, including luminaries Stephen Schwartz, Jennifer Nettles (of the band Sugarland), Alan Cumming, Jason Robert Brown, Paul Adelstein, Georgia Stitt, John Bucchino, folk star Christine Lavin, Laurence O'Keefe & Nell Benjamin and the incomparable Lance Horne.

Julie is forever grateful for her parents and brothers, her friends, her adorable puppy Pepper, her voice teacher of 22 years, Edward Sayegh and everyone at KMR Talent and Nyle Brenner Entertainment. Follow her on socials Twitter & Instagram at @juliegarnye or, for more details, please visit www.juliegarnye.com