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Julie Rei Goldstein

Voice Actress
Valley Village, CA USA

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Julie Rei Goldstein discovered her ever ample love/addiction for anime thanks to the local student club; and after spending 3 long years studying Molecular Biology, through a much needed epiphany, finally realized she was meant to perform. She graduated in 2006 with a B.A. In Theater Arts from San Jose State University where not only did she perform on stage, but also worked towards bringing the magic of Anime and Japanese stories to life through the arts of Storytelling and Oral Interpretation, winning the 2005 Kaucher-Mitchell Excellence in Storytelling competition with her story "The Monster Without A Name" based on Naoki Urasawa's
masterpiece Monster.
Julie Rei got her start in the Anime industry after winning the AX Idol 2005 Voice Acting competition, thanks to which she got her first chance to step into the booth and play 'Risa Nagase' in one of her favorite anime series "Paradise Kiss". She landed her first major role as 'Precia Testarossa' the tortured villain of "Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (A's)" and shortly thereafter the evil 'Biris' of the Fairy Retrieval Squad in "Tweeny Witches". Since then, she's starred in the Award Winning Claymation Short "Ketchup" as the Evil Manager and Tomato Plant; the Xbox360 game "Magna Carta 2″, appeared as furry creatures in "Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom" and gave voice to the burly Mute in "Ar Tonelico Qoga" . On camera she appeared in the first season of the webseries "TrishPattyPat" as the mildly bipolar assistant Kitty and in the feature film "He Who Finds a Wife: Thou Shall Not Covet". She recently finished shooting the short film "Billie Speare" which is part of a few causes very near and dear to her heart, the Anti-Bullying Initiative and "It Gets Better" projects. For Julie Rei being a part of this industry is a dream come true and she hopes to help other talented fans pursue their dreams of becoming creators as well. You can keep up with her current projects via Twitter @JulieRei as well as her website



Convention Guest Appearances:
   Anime Vegas 2008 - August 30 - September 1 in Las Vegas, NV
   Anime Vegas 2009 - September 5-7 in Las Vegas, NV
   Anime Vegas 2010 - September 4-6 in Las Vegas, NV
   Anime Conji 2011 - March 25-27 in San Diego, CA
   Anime Vegas 2011 - November 11-13 in Las Vegas, NV
   Animé Los Angeles 2012 - January 6-8 in Los Angeles, CA
   Animeland Wasabi 2012 - March 9-11 in Aurora, CO
   Animeland Tucon 2012 - July 27-29 in Tucson, AZ
   Animeland Otaku Mex 2012 - September 21 in Albuquerque, NM
   Animeland Makiba 2012 - November 2-4 in Henderson, NV cancelled appearance
   Animeland Wasabi 2014 - February 28 - March 2 in Denver, CO
   Bent-Con 2014 - November 7-9 in Burbank, CA
   FandomVerse Expo 2015 - September 4-6 in Lancaster, CA
   Lost in Fandom 2015 - December 13 in Union City, CA convention cancelled
   Anime Banzai 2016 - October 21-23 in Layton, UT
13 guest appearances

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