Julie Carmen

Julie Carmen

Highest Rated: 92% Gloria (1980)

Lowest Rated: 0% Dawn Patrol (2015)

Birthday: Apr 4, 1954

Birthplace: Not Available

Sultry American leading lady Julie Carmen was first seen on television, appearing in various dramatic weeklies and in the TV biopic Can You Hear the Laughter? The Story of Freddie Prinze (1981). From February through June of 1983, Carmen showed up on a regular basis as Linda Rodriguez on the obscure ABC sitcom Condo. She has drawn upon her Latin heritage for many of her film roles, including those in The Last Plane Out (1982), The Milagro Beanfield War (1988), Kiss Me a Killer (1991) and Finding the Way Home (1991). Julie Carmen is versatile enough to move from westerns like Billy the Kid (1989) to horror quickies like Fright Night: Part Two (in which she was one of the most beautiful ghouls in screen history) without any evidence of undue strain.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Windows on the World Actor 2019
0% Dawn Patrol Laura Rivera 2015
35% Last Weekend Maria Costello $3.2K 2014
25% Falling Awake Angela 2009
No Score Yet The Butcher Rose 2008
15% Illegal Tender Nilsa $3.1M 2007
0% Angels with Angles Graciella 2005
24% King of the Jungle Mona 2000
No Score Yet Gargantua Alyson Hart 1998
No Score Yet True Women Cherokee 1997
59% In the Mouth of Madness Linda 1995
No Score Yet Cyber Bandits Olive 1995
No Score Yet Seduced by Evil Rayna 1994
No Score Yet CIA: Exiled (Curacao) Julia 1993
No Score Yet Cold Heaven Anna Corvin 1992
No Score Yet Kiss Me A Killer Teresa 1991
No Score Yet Hunt for the Night Stalker Actor 1991
No Score Yet Manhunt: Search for the Night Stalker Pearl Carrillo 1989
No Score Yet Paint It Black Gina Bayworth 1989
33% Fright Night 2 Regine 1989
No Score Yet Billy The Kid (Gore Vidal's Billy the Kid) Celsa 1989
No Score Yet The Neon Empire Actor 1989
55% The Milagro Beanfield War Nancy Mondragon 1988
No Score Yet The Penitent Corina 1988
No Score Yet Blue City Debbie Torez 1986
No Score Yet Last Plane Out Maria Cardena 1983
No Score Yet Comeback Actor 1982
No Score Yet She's in the Army Now Rios 1981
No Score Yet Fire on the Mountain Actor 1981
92% Gloria Jeri Dawn 1980
No Score Yet Night of the Juggler Marie 1980
No Score Yet Can You Hear the Laughter? Story of Freddie Prinze Rose 1979

TV

Credit
No Score Yet NCIS
2003
Isabel Medina 2016
2003
84% NYPD Blue
1993-2005
Nydia Rivas 1999
No Score Yet Touched by an Angel
1994-2003
Elisa Morante 1999
No Score Yet ER
1994-2009
Mrs. Lafferty Lafferty 1995
No Score Yet Beauty and the Beast
1987-1990
Luz Corrales 1988
No Score Yet Fame
1982-1987
Diane Petit 1985
No Score Yet Highway to Heaven
1984-1989
Guest Elena 1985
1984
No Score Yet Who's the Boss?
1984-1992
Theresa 1984

QUOTES FROM Julie Carmen CHARACTERS

Linda Styles says: (talking to John Trent) - Cane's writing me. He wants me to kiss you.

Linda Styles says: (talking to John Trent) Cane's writing me. He wants me to kiss you.

Linda Styles says: I'm losing me, John. Help me. I'm losing me.

Kid says: (after their ball rolls over to Linda) - Give it.

Kid says: (after their ball rolls over to Linda) Give it.

Linda Styles says: What are you? Where do you come from? Where do you live?

Kid says: With you.

Linda Styles says: Who takes care of you?

Kid says: You do...You're my mommy...Know what today is? Today is Mommy's Day.

Kid says: You do. You're my mommy. Know what today is? Today is Mommy's Day.

John Trent says: What's it about, the new one (the book)?

Linda Styles says: It's about the end to everything...and it starts here in this place...with an evil that returns and takes over Hobbs's End...piece by piece, starting with the children. It's about people turning into things...creatures that aren't human anymore.

Linda Styles says: It's about the end to everything, and it starts here in this place, with an evil that returns and takes over Hobbs's End. Piece by piece, starting with the children. It's about people turning into things, creatures that aren't human anymore.

John Trent says: It's fiction, Styles, fiction.

John Trent says: Miss Styles, if that's what you saw, then...yeah, I guess it would be a little...unsettling. I'd be a little unnerved myself. But regardless of what you saw, regardless of what you think...we are not living inside a Sutter Cane story.

John Trent says: Miss Styles, if that's what you saw, then yeah, I guess it would be a little unsettling. I'd be a little unnerved myself. But regardless of what you saw, regardless of what you think, we are not living inside a Sutter Cane story.

Linda Styles says: (picks up the book) - They're all in here.

Linda Styles says: (picks up the book) They're all in here.

John Trent says: The Mrs. Pickman in the book is a lunatic...who chops her husband into coleslaw. That sweet old thing that we met downstairs...isn't capable of anything worse than...dipping her dentures into her husband's beer.

John Trent says: The Mrs. Pickman in the book is a lunatic who chops her husband into coleslaw. That sweet old thing that we met downstairs isn't capable of anything worse than, dipping her dentures into her husband's beer.

Linda Styles says: Trent, I know you think this is a joke. Just listen to me for a second, please. What if Cane's work isn't fiction?

John Trent says: Oh, for Christ's sake. This is reality. (Knocks on the desk)...You hear that...Reality?

John Trent says: Oh, for Christ's sake. This is reality. (Knocks on the desk) You hear that. Reality?

John Trent says: (wakes up right after Linda mysteriously drives into Hobbs End) - Styles, you're fantastic! You found it. - (Linda looks baffled as to how she actually got there)...What's wrong?

John Trent says: (wakes up right after Linda mysteriously drives into Hobbs End) Styles, you're fantastic! You found it. (Linda looks baffled as to how she actually got there) What's wrong?

Linda Styles says: (bewildered) - ...You drive.

Linda Styles says: (bewildered) You drive.

Linda Styles says: (after hitting a mysterious boy on a bicycle, with her car) - Just don't move. He'll get a blanket, so lie still.

Linda Styles says: (after hitting a mysterious boy on a bicycle, with her car) Just don't move. He'll get a blanket, so lie still.

Young Teen says: (shivering with fear) - I can't get out.

Young Teen says: (shivering with fear) I can't get out.

Linda Styles says: Don't move.

Young Teen says: ...They won't let me out.

Young Teen says: They won't let me out.

Linda Styles says: I just like being scared. Cane's work scares me.

John Trent says: What's to be scared about? It's not like it's real or anything.

Linda Styles says: It's not real from your point of view...and right now reality shares your point of view. What scares me about Cane's work...might happen if reality shared his point of view.

Linda Styles says: It's not real from your point of view, and right now reality shares your point of view. What scares me about Cane's work might happen if reality shared his point of view.

John Trent says: Whoa. We're not talking about reality here. We're talking about fiction. It's different, you know.

Linda Styles says: A reality is just what we tell each other it is. Sane and insane could easily switch places...if the insane were to become the majority...You would find yourself locked in a padded cell...wondering what happened to the world.

Linda Styles says: A reality is just what we tell each other it is. Sane and insane could easily switch places if the insane were to become the majority. You would find yourself locked in a padded cell, wondering what happened to the world.

John Trent says: (talking about Sutter Cane's disappearance and about his books) - Now I know why Cane had the artwork done himself. See this? It's a map. The red dot is Hobbs's End. It's not on any real map, but look at this. The two line up. Like it or not...Cane's book covers place Hobbs's End...right in the middle of New England.

John Trent says: (talking about Sutter Cane's disappearance and about his books) Now I know why Cane had the artwork done himself. See this? It's a map. The red dot is Hobbs's End. It's not on any real map, but look at this. The two line up. Like it or not, Cane's book covers place Hobbs's End, right in the middle of New England.

Linda Styles says: So you're saying the man went someplace fictional?

John Trent says: It's a real place in a real state; New Hampshire, to be precise.

Paul says: But it's not on the map.

John Trent says: Well, not on any new ones, but maybe on some old ones. There's plenty of forgotten towns across America...Makes a great contest, doesn't it? Put the pieces together; find the town...win a Sutter Cane lunchbox.

John Trent says: Well, not on any new ones, but maybe on some old ones. There's plenty of forgotten towns across America. Makes a great contest, doesn't it? Put the pieces together, find the town, win a Sutter Cane lunchbox.

Linda Styles says: Cane's writing has been known to have an effect...on his less stable readers.

Linda Styles says: Cane's writing has been known to have an effect on his less stable readers.

John Trent says: An effect? Like what?

Linda Styles says: Well, disorientation, memory loss...severe paranoid reaction.

Linda Styles says: Well, disorientation, memory loss, severe paranoid reaction.

John Trent says: People pay money to feel like that?!

Paul says: Linda reads books for a living. She's one of our best editors. Since she joined the firm...she's been handling Sutter Cane exclusively.

Paul says: Linda reads books for a living. She's one of our best editors. Since she joined the firm she's been handling Sutter Cane exclusively.

John Trent says: Isn't he the guy that writes that horror crap?

Linda Styles says: Maybe he's too sophisticated for you. Sutter Cane happens to be...this century's most widely read author. You can forget about Stephen King. Cane outsells them all.

Linda Styles says: Maybe he's too sophisticated for you. Sutter Cane happens to be this century's most widely read author. You can forget about Stephen King. Cane outsells them all.

Regine says: Do you know how to use your lips Charlie?

Regine says: Let's talk about blood, Mr. Vincent; it's very precious to me.

Regine says: Let's talk about blood, Mr. Vincent. It's very precious to me.