Julianne Grossman can be heard on every episodes of "Star Trek Discovery" as the 'computer voice' of the 'Discovery'spacecraft as well as countless animated voice-over roles in Film/TV/Video Games/Commercials.
Julianne learned to speak in utero, which has enabled her to work consistently in voice over for nearly 25 years while remaining only 21 years of age. With so many commercial, animation, promo, narration and VG projects under her belt, Julianne can be said to have quite a large midsection. Her voice can be heard every 14.4 seconds in the United States (citation needed). In 2018, Julianne became the first woman ever to voice the promo campaign for the Academy Awards.
Animation highlights include series regular on SPACEBALLS: The Animated Series with Joan Rivers and Mel Brooks; Marie on HBO's The Life & Times of Tim; Big Barda in WB’s feature Superman/Batman: Apocalypse; Queen Hippolyta on DC SuperHero Girls, as well as roles in Justice League, The Zeta Project, The Batman, Higglytown Heroes, Rugrats: All Growed Up and many more.
Video games highlights include Desdemonya in the upcoming Rage 2, multiple characters in Elder Scrolls, Chancellor Saresh in Star Wars: The Old Republic, Mystique in X-men: Next Dimension, Everquest, Infamous, God of War, For Honor, DropZone, Grey's Anatomy, Aion, Neverwinter Nights II, and many more.
Commercial clients and campaigns include Target, Visa, McDonald's, Honda, Nike, DirecTV, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Turbo Tax, Appleby's, Macaroni Grill, BP, Albertson's, Arby's, Glade, you get the idea. Julianne has voiced promos onCBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, PBS, HGTV, TLC, HBO, "E," The Style Network, alright already. Julianne has narrated shows on "E," The Style Channel, The Travel Channel, HGTV, Discovery, and other networks.
The Los Angeles Times’ review of Julianne’s debut solo show From Bonkers to Botox said, "Grossman possesses a formidable stage presence but her gift for mimicry — her bread and butter comes from voice-over work - is dazzling.” After enjoying a 9-week sold out run in Los Angeles, Julianne’s show was selected by HBO as a Featured Performance in their U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. Subsequently offered a development deal by NBC/Universal Television, Julianne now hopes to adapt the play into a memoir and continues her involvement with the Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center in an effort to prevent suicide through awareness and outreach.
Star Trek Discovery
SPACEBALLS: The Animated Series