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Julie McCullough is a prominent American actress, model, as well as stand-up comedian who rose to prominence shortly after she began her modeling career.
Her successful career in modeling has seen her appear on Playboy magazine in four issues which are: The Playmate of the Month (February 1986), a post-Growing Pains compilation of her first three shots in addition to extra pictures (October 1989), on the front and as a member of a “Girls of Texas” pictorial (February 1985), and on the cover and as a member of a “Farmer’s Daughters” pictorial (September 1986).
Julie McCullough’s Biography, Age
Julie Michelle McCullough was born on January 31, 1965, in Honolulu, Hawaii. She reportedly got her name Julie from “Oh Julie”, which is one of the top songs of the 1950s. She has an older brother known as Joey McCullough. Her parents got divorced when she was four years old, leading to her mother, Nancy’s second marriage to Herman Paynter, one year later.
Although the model was born and raised in Honolulu, she also spent some of her early years in places like Florida, Missouri, North Carolina, West Virginia, Nevada, Louisiana, Texas, Nevada, Italy, California, as well as Canada.
As a result of her constant movement from one city to another, Julie ended attending two high schools. The first high school she attended is located in Poplar Bluff, Missouri while the second is situated in Allen, Texas.
Julie McCullough began her journey to stardom as a model. This was after she graduated from high school in 1983 when a photographer asked her to model for Playboy Magazine. She was formerly the winner of the Azalea Queen of Wilmington. She, however, lost the crown after because of controversy surrounding her appearance as a Playboy centerfold.
As an actress, she has featured in a good number of films and television series, including The Golden Girls, Big Bad Mama II (a 1987 film), Max Headroom, Superboy, The Blob, Robin’s Hoods, Beverly Hills, Drexell’s Class, 90210, Jake, Harry and the Hendersons, The Girls Next Door, May the Horse Be With You, Under the Covers, and the Fatman.
Stuffed to the brim, she also banks as a stand-up comedian and has performed at high-profile functions like the Laugh Factory, the Palms Hotel and Casino and Hollywood Improv.
As it is with most multifaceted individuals, Julie is a voice actress. She is believed to have voiced the tutorial guide in the video game “Playboy: The Mansion”, which was released in 2004.
Height, Body Measurements
Julie McCullough is known for her beautiful face which seems to be one of her greatest assets. As a model, she looks hot in a bikini and is blessed with the sexiest legs and body shape.
The renowned actress, stand-up comedian, and model is gifted with a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m). She weighs 115lb (52kg) while her bust-waist-hip measurement is 36D-24-35.
Quick Facts about her
1. Julie McCullough was previously married to Canadian actor David Sutcliffe. The couple tied the knot on November 10, 2001, but called it quits in December 2003.
2. She formerly worked as “Playboy’s unofficial ambassador to the MySpace nation”, according to an article published by Dave Itzkoff in the Playboy magazine June 2006,
3. McCullough’s 50th birthday was organized and celebrated at the Comedy Store club in Hollywood and had Tia Carrere and Pauly Shore in attendance.
4. She was formerly on the same basketball team with actor Casper Van Dien for many years. The two, at the time, were and are still close friends.
5. The A-lister fully launched her comedy career in 2006.
7. Big Bad Mama II was her debut movie while Who’s the Boss? was her first TV role.
8. As a writer, Julie has written a good number of powerful poems. She currently has at least, six of her poems published in a poetry book called “Eternal Portraits”. They are; Being Mrs. Sutcliffe, A Prayer for Laz, Carolina Gold, The Mask, The Last Battle Cry, and A Bunny Tale.
9. Sometime in August 2005, she received an Outstanding Achievement in Poetry award and Poet Of Merit Awards from The International Society of Poets in Washington, DC.