Julie Goldman (born in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American comedian, actress, and musician. She lives in Los Angeles, California. She is Jewish and a lesbian.
Julie Goldman starred in the first, second and third seasons of The Big Gay Sketch Show, a sketch comedy show on the Logo television network. Her first stand-up performance was at The Comedy Connection in Boston, Massachusetts, at the age of 15. She attended Lexington High School and Emerson College in Boston. Julie founded an all-women's stand-up and variety show called "OFFENSIVE WOMEN" and recruited Eve Ensler to sponsor their biggest show to date at The Zipper Theater in NYC.
Goldman is a frequent guest on Jonny McGovern's weekly podcast Gay Pimpin' with Jonny McGovern. In 2010 Goldman joined the cast of the podcast.
Goldman is working on raising money for Nicest Thing, a feature-length, lesbian romantic comedy that she co-wrote with Brandy Howard. Goldman and Howard are producing the movie with Amanda Bearse who is also slated to direct. Other attachments include Tammy Etheridge, Guinevere Turner, Kate Clinton, Paul Vogt, Bryce Johnson and Kate McKinnon.
Julie Goldman and Brandy Howard co-host Julie & Brandy in Your Box Office, a webseries on lesbian website Autostraddle, in which they provide reviews and re-enactments of movies. In "In Your Box Office FOR REAL," Julie & Brandy go behind the scenes for events like The Michigan Womyn's Music Festival and The VH1 DO Something Awards, where Julie performed with Jane Lynch.
Goldman and Howard write for Joan Rivers on Fashion Police on E!.
Goldman appeared as a contestant on the second season of RuPaul's Drag U the summer of 2011.
The Sopranos, 2002
Butch in the City, 2003
The D Word, 2005
Out at the Wedding, 2007
Happy Birthday, 2008
The Big Gay Sketch Show, 2006–present
"Julie & Brandy in Your Box Office," 2010–present
RuPaul's Drag U, 2011 (Episode 3)
The New Normal, 2012 (Pilot)
"In Your Box Office." on Autostraddle.com
Julie Goldman at the Internet Movie Database