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Birth Name: Julie Ann Brown.
Born: August 31, 1954, Van Nuys, California, USA.
Nickname: Goddess.
Height: 5' 3" (1.60 m).
Measurements: 36C-23 1/2-35 1/2.
Spouse(s):
-Ken Rathjen (17 August 1994 - present) they have one child.
-Terrence E. McNally (11 June 1983 - 1989) (divorced).

Julie Brown biography (bio):
Julie Ann Brown is an American actor, stand-up comic, comedic singer-songwriter and screenwriter. Brown is perhaps best known for her work in the 1980s, where she often played a quintessential valley girl character.
Much of her comedy has revolved around the mocking of famous people (with a strong and frequently revisited focus on Madonna). However, unlike some comedians who claim to love the celebrities they mock, Brown satirizes and attacks those whom she feels are undeserving of their fame and are of questionable talent.
Career:
Comedian Lily Tomlin saw Brown at a comedy club and gave her first break, a part in her 1981 film The Incredible Shrinking Woman. A string of B-movies followed. Tomlin and Brown eventually became close friends.
In 1984, she released her first EP, a five-song album called Goddess in Progress. The album, parodies of popular '80s music combined with her valley girl personality, was quickly discovered by the Dr. Demento Show. The songs "'Cause I'm a Blonde" and "The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun" were given radio airplay across the world. The latter was a spoof on traditional 1950s songs about teen romance, la "It's My Party", with cheerleaders' heads and pompoms being blown to pieces. In 1987, Brown released her first full-length album, Trapped in the Body of a White Girl. The album highlighted her comedic talent and valley girl personality. The album's highlights were "I Like 'em Big and Stupid" and the reprised "The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun". Music videos were recorded and received heavy airplay on MTV.
In 1989, Brown starred in that cable network's comedy and music-video show Just Say Julie. She played the role of a demanding, controlling, and pessimistic glamour-puss from the valley, making fun of popular music acts while at the same time introducing their music videos. She frequently mocked or attacked performers whose credibility she felt was questionable. The trio Wilson Phillips was a frequent and typical subject of Brown's ire:

Julie: Oh, I think I'm dying! Oh my God! I can see my family reaching out to me from the Great Beyond. Wait. What's that? A Wilson Phillips video? Oh no, I'm goin' to hell! Funny, eh?

Brown's screen career hit its peak in late 1989 with the release of the film Earth Girls Are Easy. Written, produced by, and starring Brown, it was based loosely on a song by the same name from her debut EP. The film also starred Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. Brown cast then-unknown comedians Jim Carrey and Damon Wayans.
NBC commissioned a half-hour pilot, ultimately unsold and airing Sunday, July 28, 1991, at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, titled The Julie Show. Created by Brown, Charlie Coffey, and director and executive producer David Mirkin, it was a comedy about actress Julie Robbins (Brown), who in this initial story, goes to great lengths to land an interview with teen singer Kiki (played by Kim Walker) in the hopes of getting hired as a tabloid-TV celebrity journalist. Developed under the working title The Julie Brown Show, it also stared Marian Mercer as Julie's mother, June; DeLane Matthews as Debra Deacon, a reporter on the fictional series Inside Scoop; Susan Messing as Julie's roommate Cheryl; and Kevin O'Rourke as Inside Scoop producer Tony Barnow. Brown was also a producer, with John Ziffren, and performed and co-wrote the theme song. Walker, Don Sparks, Robin Angers, and Deborah Driggs were guest performers in this production from Mirkinvision and New World Television.
In 1992, Brown starred in her own Fox sketch comedy show, The Edge. It was soon cancelled, although two regulars she cast, Jennifer Aniston and Wayne Knight, went on to success in other television comedies, while still another, Tom Kenny, found success with Mr. Show and Spongebob Squarepants. That same year, she released the Showtime television movie Medusa: Dare to Be Truthful, a scathing satire of celebrity Madonna and her backstage documentary Truth or Dare. (Co-star Kathy Griffin later starred on Suddenly Susan.) Brown followed with another satire, Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Women, which lampooned the violence of ice skater Tonya Harding toward rival Nancy Kerrigan, as well as that of widely publicized castrator Lorena Bobbitt. Brown continued to make television guest appearances and contributed voices to various cartoons, including Animaniacs.
Brown appeared as Coach Millie Stoeger in the hit film Clueless, reprising that role on ABC's 1996-1999 spinoff TV series, for which she was also a writer, producer and director. After the series ceased production, Elisa Donovan went on to a similar three-year run with Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, while Donald Faison had a bigger success with Scrubs. In 2000, Brown created the series Strip Mall for the Comedy Central network; it ran two seasons.
Since 2004, Brown has been a commentator on E! network specials, including 101 Reasons the '90s Ruled, 101 Most Starlicious Makeovers, 101 Most Awesome Moments in Entertainment, and 50 Most Outrageous TV Moments.
In 2005, Brown purchased the rights to her Trapped album back from the record label and re-issued it herself. She also self-released a single, "I Want to Be Gay".

Personal:
Brown was born in Van Nuys, California, where she attended Catholic school as a child, Van Nuys High School as a teenager, and as a young adult Los Angeles Valley College. In 1983, Brown married writer and actor Terrence E. McNally, who would also become a frequent collaborator. Together they co-produced her first single, I Like 'em Big and Stupid. They divorced after six years. In 1994, Brown married Ken Rathjen, and together they have one son, Kilean.
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