Julie Marchiano is a Chicago-based actor, writer, and improviser.
Julie is currently performing in The Second City e.t.c.'s 41st Revue, Fantastic Super Great Nation Numero Uno. As a writer, Julie has been featured on The Huffington Post, The Second City Network, Dose, OMG Facts, RedEye Chicago, The Paper Machete, and in FRANK151, among others.
Julie's first e.t.c. revue, A Red Line Runs Through It, received critical acclaim and was Jeff Recommended. She is the creator of Weary Travelers, and the co-creator of Our Bad Sides: An Audition Show, at The Second City Training Center. Julie has performed all across the country with The Second City Touring Company; in The Second City's Improv All Stars, Go, Improv, Go!, Go, Improv, Go! 2.0 and Sunday Bloody Mary Sunday at UP Comedy Club; with Second City Theatricals aboard the NCL Dawn and NCL Epic; The Spontaneous Show, JTD, and American Standard (iO); as the co-host of That Just Happened (CIC); Storytown (Stage 773); MINt (MCL Chicago); Funny Bones Improv; The Greatest Story Never Told; ImprovAcadia in Bar Harbor, Maine; and as one half of the sketch duo GUNNER. She is a member of Actors' Equity Association, and is proudly represented by Grossman & Jack Talent.
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