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Julie Gonzalo

Julieta Susana Gonzalo is an Argentine-American actress and producer who is best known for her role as Pamela Rebecca Barnes in the TNT drama series "Dallas" (2012–2014). She is also known for her roles in films, including "Freaky Friday," "A Cinderella Story" and "Christmas with the Kranks," and on television series "Veronica Mars" and "Eli Stone."

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The Buenos Aires-born Ms. Gonzalo was raised in Miami, Florida, where she began her career as a print model. She later moved to Los Angeles and made her feature film debut, in a supporting role, in the 2002 independent romantic comedy "I'm with Lucy" opposite Monica Potter.

On television, she debuted in The WB comedy series "Greetings from Tucson." In early 2003, she won the main role of The WB comedy pilot "Exit 9" but the show not was picked up. The same year, she appeared on "NCIS." In 2004, she starred opposite Tori Spelling in another pilot "Me, Me, Me" for UPN, which was also not picked up. She also guest-starred in the pilot episode of "Drake & Josh" in 2004.

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Ms. Gonzalo appeared in several films in her early career. In 2003, she had a role as Lindsay Lohan's character's rival in "Freaky Friday." The following year, she starred as Shelby, the cheerleader, in the romantic comedy "A Cinderella Story," opposite Hilary Duff, and Chad Michael Murray, and also appeared in "DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story" and "Christmas with the Kranks," as Jamie Lee Curtis' character's daughter. In 2005, she had supporting role in another romantic comedy, "Must Love Dogs." Her other credits including 2007 thriller "Cherry Crush" and the lead role in the 2013 comedy horror movie "Vamp U."

In 2006, Ms. Gonzalo was cast in a series regular role as Parker Lee on The CW mystery television series "Veronica Mars." After the cancellation of the series, she was cast as one of the leads in the ABC comedy pilot called "The News." In next year, she began starring as Maggie Dekker in the ABC legal comedy-drama "Eli Stone" opposite Jonny Lee Miller. In 2008, she won the ALMA Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for role in Eli Stone. The series was cancelled after two seasons in 2009.[8]

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Ms. Gonzalo was to be the lead in the NBC's not-aired science fiction series "Day One" in 2009. While originally intended to air on NBC midseason in the 2009–2010 TV season with a thirteen-episode season, it was reported on October 1, 2009 that the episode order had been reduced to four and would air as a mini-series. On May 16, 2010, Entertainment Weekly reported that the show would likely never air. She later guest-starred in "Castle," "Nikita," "The Glades" and "CSI: Miami."

In 2011, she was cast as series regular in TNT revival of "Dallas." She originally played the role of Rebecca Sutter, Christopher Ewing's wife, but later revealed that her character is Pamela Rebecca Barnes, the daughter of longtime Ewing family rival Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval) and Afton Cooper (Audrey Landers). In second season, she was lead vixen of series, and later wife for Josh Henderson's character John Ross Ewing III.

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