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Ms. Julie Ann Emery


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Actress Julie Ann Emery is best known for her breakout role in “Better Call Saul,” AMC’s highly buzzed-about prequel to “Breaking Bad" in the role of Betsy Kettleman, a woman full of unearned outrage and righteous indignation, who steadfastly refuses to admit any wrongdoing by her or her family. Julie Ann reprised the role in the fan-favorite internet short “No Picnic” and in the “Better Call Saul/American Greed” crossover event, leading up to an incredible Kettleman reunion surprising fans in the final season of the series. Next up, she stars opposite Vera Farmiga and Cherry Jones in “Five Days at Memorial,” Apple TV+’s limited series from Oscar winner John Ridley, Carlton Cuse and ABC Signature. Written by Ridley and Cuse, based on the acclaimed nonfiction book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink, “Five Days at Memorial” chronicles the first five days in a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina made landfall. When the floodwaters rose, the power failed and the heat climbed, and exhausted caregivers were forced to make life-and-death decisions that haunted them for years to come. Julie Ann plays Diane Robichaux, an assistant administrator for LifeCare, who finds herself deeply involved in the events following the hurricane. In 2019, Julie Ann starred opposite George Clooney and Christopher Abbott in the critically-acclaimed Hulu mini-series “Catch-22.” She plays Marion Scheisskopf, who's married to Clooney’s character, Scheisskopf, but is having an affair with Abbott’s character, Yossarian. Julie Ann also was praised for her brilliant work as Lara Featherstone, in AMC’s “Preacher.” One of the Grail’s best operatives, Featherstone uses disguises to deceive her target and has the ability to change her appearance in mere seconds. The comic book-based series was developed for television by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Sam Catlin. Following “Preacher,” Julie Ann also played FBI agent Sylvia Reece in the sixth and seventh season of Amazon’s “Bosch.” Julie Ann made her big screen debut in the hit romantic comedy “Hitch,” alongside Will Smith, Eva Mendes and Kevin James, and went on to star as Holly in the hit indie-comedy “History of Future Folk” as well as “Gifted” with Chris Evans and Octavia Spencer. She stars in the Netflix film “Absolute Dominion,” written and directed by Lexi Alexander. Julie Ann grew up in rural Tennessee and attended theater school at Webster Conservatory in St. Louis, where she was awarded the Marsha Mason scholarship, and met her future husband, Broadway actor Kevin Earley. Following college, she began working on theater stages across the country garnering critical praise and a Chicago Jeff Award Nomination for her portrayal of Burlesque star Gypsy Rose Lee in the Marriott Lincolnshire Theater's production of Gypsy. Julie Ann is a football fan, sci-fi geek, and a softball enthusiast.

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