Julie Michaels- The Biography Of The Road House Star
Julie Michaels is an actress, stunt double, and coordinator. She is most known for her roles as Tammy Whitmar in the action picture A Time to Revenge (1997) and Naren Anie in the action-adventure film The Legend of Nethiah (2012) and for her role opposite Patrick Swayze in the film Roadhouse (1989).
Julie Michaels was born on July 20, 1970, in Northwestern, Washington, D.C., USA. She was an NCAA gymnast at the University of Washington. Michaels then went on to win two Miss America crowns before landing a role in Broadway's Follies. She traveled to Asia to pursue martial arts as part of her education.
Real Name: Julie Michaels
Profession: Actress, Stunt Woman
Julie Michaels Age: 51 years (as of 2021)
Date of Birth: July 20, 1970
Birthplace: Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Father: Juan Manuel John Cavazos
Mother: Julie Doreen
Julie Michaels Husband: Peewee Piemonte
Julie was raised in Washington, D.C., by her father, a firefighter, and her mother, a local elementary school teacher. She developed an interest in modeling at a young age and began gymnastics when she entered high school.
She received a scholarship for gymnastics at the University of Washington. She began competing in beauty pageants shortly after graduation, winning two Miss America titles. She became interested in performing and appeared in practically all of the university's plays.
She also went to Asia for a while to study martial arts. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1992 and continues to train in martial arts under Benny Urquidez, a martial artist, kickboxer, and actor.
Julie won her first role in the play "Follies on Broadway" in 1988, but she didn't get any important roles until she was noticed by Joel Silver, a famous producer, and actor. Silver cast Julie alongside Patrick Swayze in the thriller film Road House in 1989, which launched her career.
In 1991, she was cast with Keanu Reeves in the film Point Break, and after fighting him in one of the scenes, the magazine New York Times dubbed her as "The Babe Who Nuked Keanu."
She was the one who finally killed the bad guy Jason in the horror film Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday in 1993.
She was then cast in the 1993 film Witchboard 2, which stars Ami Dolenz and Christopher Michael Moore and depicts a lady who begins hearing messages from a supernatural creature after using an Ouija board.
In 1997, she was cast in the film Batman & Robin, and in 2002, she featured alongside Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson in The Scorpion King, which became a worldwide smash hit.
Julie has also appeared in several television shows, with her first appearance in 1995 in the iconic series Baywatch, starring David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson. In 1999, she starred in The Man Show, and in 2002, she starred in She Spies.
She again rose to prominence after she was cast in the 2004 television series Desperate Housewives, which starred Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, and Marcia Cross and follows several women living in the same neighborhood as they solve the mystery of their neighbor's suicide.
Julie first featured in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody in 2005, and then in the TV series In Justice and the film Ghost Whisperer the following year.
Julie's most recent roles include the 2012 film The Legends of Nethiah, the 2017 TV show SEAL Team, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award for outstanding stun coordination, and the 2018 short film The Biggest Elephant.
Peewee Piemonte is Julie’s husband. Julie met Piemonte in 1991 while they were both filming a movie. He asked her hand for marriage in 1992, and the wedding took place in 1993 with over 200 guests. It's also unclear whether or not the couple has children together. However, Julie always posts pictures of Vincent Piemonte, a Stunt Performer, and a Professional Race Car Driver.
Julie Michaels still appears on some tv shows and movies. She was cast as Mary in the 2020 film Chick Fight.
Julie Michaels has such a successful and established career. On top of that, she seems to have a happy marriage with her husband Peewee Piemonte.