Described as ‘the hummingbird that rules the garden’, Jennifer Julian is proud to belong to the creative multi-hyphenate club. As a top–rated radio personality, voice-over artist, Broadway actor, singer and writer, she has run the gamut in the entertainment industry and holds her own with style and fortitude.
On stage, Jennifer has performed in a multitude of national and international theatrical productions alongside such greats as Eric Idle, Robin Williams and Art Garfunkel in venues including Carnegie Hall, Hollywood Bowl, Universal Amphitheatre and Chicago Theatre. Stage highlights include performing legendary Monty Python material with Eric Idle in both his Exploits Monty Python and Greedy Bastard Tours (unprecedented female lead), as well as involvement with the inception of “Spamalot”.
As a successful voice-over artist, Jennifer’s film and television highlights include working with the late, great Sydney Pollack on his suspense thriller “The Interpreter” (starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn) and being Gwyneth Paltrow’s voice double for Miramax’s “A View From the Top”. In addition to voicing for over a hundred commercials and radio stations, she is the current signature voice for Build A Bear Workshops and the original “Hot Pocket” jingle girl (Whadya gonna pick?)…
Off stage, Jennifer is an award-winning arts educator and presentation coach. As a Fulbright scholar, she was privileged to serve a cultural ambassadorship for 10 months in the Slovak Republic. As a presentation coach, she has worked extensively with helping presenters and performers shine for events such as the flagship TEDxYouth@Hollywood and TEDxWhitefish events.
Recently, Jennifer has also turned her hand to writing. She is a published academic author and has completed both a screenplay and stage script chronicling the life of legendary film icon and German cabaret star, Marlene Dietrich. One of her proudest achievements was being invited by the German Fulbright Commission to perform excerpts from her theatrical musical work for the 57th Annual Berlin Seminar. Currently, Jennifer is working on a number of projects including developing that show as a first-class, commercial production.
Jennifer is passionate about life, in particular traveling, beagles, dark chocolate and her Scottish husband, Steve (not necessarily in that order). She also loves encouraging people to develop and share their own, unique talents. When not on the air or on the road, Jennifer spends much of her time enjoying her beautiful home state of Montana where she is co-founder of the Share Your Voice Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed at helping youth empower themselves through the creative process.