Julie Lemieux

Julie Lemieux

actress, music department, additional crew

Julie Lemieux was born on Dec 04, 1962 in Canada. Julie Lemieux's big-screen debut came with Sailor Moon R: The Movie: The Promise of the Rose directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara in 1993. Julie Lemieux is known for The Snoopy Show directed by Rob Boutilier, Terry McGurrin stars as Snoopy and Rob Tinkler as Woodstock. Julie Lemieux has got 3 awards and 9 nominations so far. The most recent award Julie Lemieux achieved is ACTRA Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Julie Lemieux plays is Transformers: BotBots - Season 1 which will be released on Mar 25, 2022.

Julie Lemieux is an award-winning voice actress. She has worked on over 100 animated series and feature films and is one of Canada's most versatile and highly regarded voice performers. A five-time ACTRA Award nominee, Julie is honored to have received the award in 2010 for her performance as Fuzzy Snuggums in Spliced, and in 2016 for her role as Grandma Butternut in Numb Chucks. Julie has also been nominated twice for a Canadian Screen Award and won in 2016 for her performance as Dawn Dingledash in Numb Chucks. Julie loves animation. She thrives on the challenge of bringing characters to life, is passionate about the industry, and grateful every day to be part of the team of talent in Canada that brings excellence, creativity, and fun to the world of animation. Julie has voiced a range of iconic characters in animated series and films such as Rupert, Tin Tin, Sailor Moon, Paw Patrol, Max & Ruby, Arthur, True and the Rainbow Kingdom, Numb Chucks, Care Bears: Journey to Joke-a-lot, Rusty Rivets, Cupcake & Dino, The Nut Job, and The Cat in The Hat.

  • Birthday

    Dec 04, 1962
  • Place of Birth

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Also known


Known For


3 wins & 9 nominations

ACTRA Awards
Outstanding Performance - Voice
Winner - ACTRA Toronto Award
Tough Love/Iceman Dumbeth (2015)
Outstanding Performance - Voice
Winner - ACTRA Toronto Award
Canadian Screen Awards, CA
Best Performance in an Animated Program or Series
Winner - Canadian Screen Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows