Julie Brown is an actress, comedian, screen/television writer, singer-songwriter, and television director. She attended the American Conservatory Theater, then began her career as a comedian in the clubs of San Francisco as was discovered by Lily Tomlin. Her album “Goddess in Progress” created cult hits, “The Homecoming Queen’s Got a a gun” and “Earth Girls are Easy”, which eventually became a movie that Julie wrote and starred in. Julie was one of the original VJ’s on MTV where she created her own show, “Just Say Julie. She also co-wrote and appeared as Dee La Duke in the Disney Channel original movie “Camp Rock,” starring Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers. A few of her many on-screen feature film credits include: “Clueless,” “Earth Girls are Easy,” and “Police Academy 2.” Her numerous television credits include shows such as “CSI”, “Wizards of Waverly Place”, “100 Things to do before High School”, a recurring role on ABC’s “The Middle,” and a series regular role on “Clueless.” She won the Writers Guild Award for her Showtime satire of Madonna called, “Dare to be Truthful”, and Julie produced, wrote and starred in “The Homecoming Queen’s Got a Musical” and is currently working on a musical of “Earth Girls are Easy.”