Bio

 

Julee Cerda is an American actress known for her role in Showtime's "Homeland" as Press Secretary Reiko Umon, Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black" as Diaz's thieving cousin Jazmina, and other guest star appearances on "House of Cards", "Billions", and "Time After Time". She can also be seen in Morten Tyldum's feature film "Passengers" and Nancy Meyers' "The Intern". On stage, Julee most recently co-starred in Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company production of Lydia R. Diamond's "Smart People" and will be working with Tony Award-winning director, Kenny Leon, in a revival of Mark Medoff's "Children of a Lesser God" at the 2017 Berkshire Theatre Festival.

 

Ethnicity:  Korean / Dominican
Languages:  English / Spanish
Interests:  Vegan Food / Yoga / Skiing
Height:  5'8"

 

 
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Children of a Lesser God

by Mark Medoff
directed by Kenny Leon
with Joshua Jackson, John McGinty, Lauren Ridloff and Stephen Spinella

at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage
Berkshire Theatre Group's Stockbridge Campus, 83 East Main Street

Previews: Thursday, June 22 - Friday, June 23
Press Opening/Opening Night: Saturday, June 24 at 8pm
Talkback: Monday, June 26 after 7pm performance
Closing: Saturday, July 22 at 8pm
Tickets: $65 ($45 Previews)

News & Updates

 

Heading to the 2017 Berkshire Theatre Festival

This summer, Julee will be joining the cast of the Berkshire Theatre Group's revival of Mark Medoff's "Children of a Lesser God" directed by Tony Award-winning director, Kenny Leon.

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ARTS ATLANTA Review: True Colors’ “Smart People” uses juicy dialogue to evoke race and class

"The department store scenes are some of the best. Cerda really nails them...Here, Diamond really uncovers the seemingly small, but significant, ways in which people of color, even those with money and education, are never treated equal to whites with the same means and education."

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The AJC review: True Colors’ ‘Smart People’ earns high marks

"In large part, the four members of the True Colors ensemble are up to the challenge of humanizing their potentially intimidating characters...New York-based actress Julee Cerda scores delightfully as the chic Ginny."

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KOLLAB ATL CHATS WITH JULEE CERDA ABOUT SMART PEOPLE, “TWOKENS,” AND ACTING

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Q&A with Smart People Actress Julee Cerda

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The department store scenes are some of the best. Cerda really nails them.
— Arts Atlanta
New York-based actress Julee Cerda scores delightfully as the chic Ginny.
— The Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Contact

 

For bookings and press inquiries, please contact: 
Multi-Ethnic Talent & Promotions
917-689-8459

 

For theatrical, please contact: 
Take 3 Talent Agency
646-289-3915

 

For commercial & V.O., please contact: 
Don Buchwald & Associates
212-867-1200