Julie Stoffer was born on July 11, 1979 in Provo, Utah, USA. She is an actress, known for Real World/Road Rules Challenge (1998), Learn to Hip Hop: Volume 2 (2003) and Wisconsin Born & Bred: The Entertainers (2004). She has been married to Spencer Rogers since November 5, 2004.
I would tell you that my religion is very important to me. There are some things about the Mormon cu...Show more »
I would tell you that my religion is very important to me. There are some things about the Mormon culture that I don't love, but I love the actual religion, and I stand very true to my convictions. Show less «
I love Wisconsin. I have always been a big fan of Summerfest. I really like the people in Wisconsin ...Show more »
I love Wisconsin. I have always been a big fan of Summerfest. I really like the people in Wisconsin as well. Everyone here is down to earth and friendly and loyal. People from Milwaukee and all over Wisconsin, they love their state. I do want to travel, but a part of me will always be in Wisconsin. There is something beautiful and simple about friendly and lovable people and that is what I find in Wisconsin. You know a lot of the world is really ugly and fake and mean. You go out and see that and come back to where you want to be. I am really happy to be home. Show less «
I'm a business major, and after that I am thinking about law school because I am intrigued by it. In...Show more »
I'm a business major, and after that I am thinking about law school because I am intrigued by it. In the long run, though, traditional as it may sound, I really want to be a mom. I really want to have kids, I want a family, I want to take care of my husband and make him dinner. I think there must be nothing more satisfying than bringing another life into the world. Being a mom is a very noble profession. Show less «
It [MTV's Real World] is not all that it's cracked up to be. It's good but in a very different way t...Show more »
It [MTV's Real World] is not all that it's cracked up to be. It's good but in a very different way than you think it is going to be. Some people are really into the "oh, I'm on MTV and everybody knows who I am." But the perks are really the people you meet and the things you learn and the experience. And that happens through some very hard self-discovery. And it sucks to do that in front of people. So I think that anybody that would try out for the show would have to think really hard about whether or not they want to make all those mistakes and do all that learning and growing and changing on television in front of everyone. That stuff is embarrassing. I made some silly mistakes while I was there and to think that it's all known to the world is hard. Someone trying out should be very sure of who they are and should not do it only for the MTV thing. Show less «
Julie Stoffer's FILMOGRAPHY
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a
nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...