Julie has worked in television and radio alike, and came by her love of the West naturally.
Born into a family rich with Western entertainers, she understood early on how very hard they worked their craft & how very happy their work made others.
Everybody loves a cowboy.
That's why she happily spends her time these days bringing that happiness to others, by working to preserve Western Heritage. She produces live events; most benefiting charities all around U.S.and likes the Western ones the best!
She recently curated museum displays featuring her family for both the Lone Pine Museum of Film History & Rex Allen Museums.
Among her other endevors, she is currently at work presenting the Western Legends Award
Beginning the presentations in Rex Allen's honor as a part of Rex Allen Days, she currently makes presentations to deserving honorees at various events all around the country.
Check the link above for more informationon this award!
She has also written for many magazine, columns & books, which are available for purchase through this site.
Julie also acts as panel moderator at many events all overthe globe; Lone Pine Museum of Film History,Rex AllenDays, Hopalong Cassidy Festival, Festival of the West, Roy Rogers Centennial & more.
In September 2010, Julie, along with Leonard Maltin, moderated the panel discussions at
Republic Pictures BIG 75th Anniversary Celebration.
& the pages in this website,
to take a peek at what she can bring
to your next event!
"There's really no better way to 'preserve western heritage'
than to throw yourself into projects like these...and I'm really
excited to be adding writing for these wonderful new works
into my life; and to working with these
& locations of booksignings,
or contact Julie directly to get any of these fine books into your store or business!
Contact Julie via
Visit the careers of Julie
Western Music, Cowboy Movie, TV
Since receiving the
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Rex Allen Jr's