|Born||1 December 1970|
Ballinger, Texas, United States
|📆 Years active||1982–present|
|Height||1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|👩 Spouse(s)||Mark Dacascos (1998)|
Julie Michele Condra (born 1 December 1970) is an American model and actress that starred in several film and television series. She is mostly known for her roles in the television show The Wonder Years and in the first series for New World Television Santa Barbara, where she was nominated for the Young Artist Award, in the category of Best Young actress in 1990.
Early life and career
She is the daughter of Priscilla Condra. She lived in San Antonio, Texas during her early years. She started a modelling career at the age of nine and appeared in television commercials in San Antonio. At 14 years old, she was crowned Miss Texas Teen. She continued to model and appear various commercials and catalog in her early teens until at the age 16, where she would move to LA to purse her dreams for acting. She debuted her acting career in 1987, where she portrayed the role of Susie from the series Who's the Boss. Her first breakthrough started from 1990 in the series The Wonder Years in which she portrayed her role as Madeline Adam. In the same year, Condra was also nominated for Young Artist Award in the category of Best Young actress for her role in the soap opera Santa Barbara. She would also have roles in the films Road to Redemption (2001) and Mixed Blessings (1995) as well as crime drama series such Diagnosis Murder and Viper.
In 1991, she appeared in the Circus of the Stars, an annual television special broadcast by the CBS network which featured many leading movie and television stars.
In 1999, she starred as one of the main cast in an Italian comedy film Screw Loose (released as Svitati in Italy).
She married actor Brandon Douglas in 1992 but divorced in 1995. She later married martial artist actor Mark Dacascos, who starred with her in Crying Freeman (1995). They have three children: two sons and a daughter.
Movies and Film appearances
|1982||Wrong Is Right|
|1985||The Legend of Billie Jean||(uncredited)|
|1985||Papa Was a Preacher||Marilyn|
|1988||Family Medical Center||Chelsea Greene|
|1989||The Fulfillment of Mary Gray||Sarah Gray|
|1992||Gas, Food Lodging||Tanya|
|1995||Crying Freeman||Emu O'Hara|
|1995||Mixed Blessings||Barbara Elizabeth Chandler|
|1995||Nixon||Young Pat Nixon|
|1999||Screw Loose||Dr. Barbara Collier|
|1999||Michael Landon, the Father I Knew||Cindy Landon|
|2000||A Tale of Two Bunnies Ruby||Ruby|
|2001||Road to Redemption||Amanda Tucker|
|2004||Junior Pilot||Little Monster's mother|
|1987||Who's the Boss?||Susie||Episode: "Hit the Road, Chad"|
|1987||Valerie's Family||Jennifer||Episode: "You've Got to Believe"|
|1988||The Tracey Ullman Show||Kim Tillman||Episode: #2.9|
|1988||Aaron's Way||Tricia||Episode: "A Healing Power"|
|1988||CBS Summer Playhouse||Buffy Heatherton||Episode: "The Johnsons Are Home"|
|1989–1990||Santa Barbara||Emily DiNapoli Hughes||Recurring role, all 59 episodes|
|1990||Evening Shade||Michelle Marlin||Episode: "Fast Woman"|
|1990||Parker Lewis Can't Lose||Dona Sue Horton||Episodes: "Power Play" and "Radio Free Flamingo"|
|1990–1991||The Wonder Years||Madeline Adams||Episodes: "Ninth Grade Man", "It's a Mad, Mad, Madeline World", "Heartbreak", "Denial"|
|1991–1992||Eerie, Indiana||Syndi Teller||Recurring role, all 19 episodes|
|1993||Class of '96||Pam||Episode: "Look Homeward Angela"|
|1993||Against the Grain||As Julie Condra Douglas||Episodes: "Don't Be a Stranger"|
|1994||Robin's Hoods||Episode: "Bad Girl"|
|1994||Married... with Children||Episodes: "My Mom, the Mom" and "Valentine's Day Massacre"|
|1996||Walker, Texas Ranger||Leann Singer||Episode: "Blackout"|
|1994–1996||Weird Science||Brenda||Episode: "Copper Top Girl" and "It's a Wonderful Life (Without You)"|
|1996||Diagnosis Murder||Heather Michaels||Episode: "Left-Handed Murder"|
|1996||High Tide||Terri Fisher||Episode: "Mission Improbable"|
|1997||Viper||Grace Mayfield||Episode: "Turf Wars"|
|1991||Circus of the Stars||Herself|
|1990||Best Young Actress in a Daytime Drama||Santa Barbara||Nominated|
- Encyclopedia Condra, Julie 1970– (Julia Condra Douglas)
- "'Redemption' Made for Wrong Screen". Arizona Republic. 2001-02-16. p. 71. Retrieved 2020-08-11.
- Julie Condra Bio https://marriedbiography.com/julie-condra-biography/
- "The Chairman Speaks". Pacific Daily News. 2011-05-15. pp. A3. Retrieved 2020-08-11.
- "Mark Dacasco Official Facebook Page". Facebook. Facebook. Archived from the original on 2016-04-13. Retrieved 2016-06-19. Unknown parameter
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