Julie Gray was born in 1964 in the San Joaquin Valley in California. A longtime Huffington Post contributor, Julie has been published in the Sanskrit Literary Journal, Moment Magazine, The Times of Israel, MovieMaker Magazine, Script Magazine, and Hip Mama. Her essay "The Freaking Autumn of My Life" was included in the anthology "Aging: An Apprenticeship." A veteran essayist and editor, Julie moved to Israel in 2012 and is working on her memoir "They Do Things Differently Here."

  • Member: EFA (Editor's Freelance Association)

  • Member: ALLI (Alliance of Independent Authors) 

  • Writer's Studio (UCLA) 2001-2003.

  • Writers BootCamp 2 Year Program (2005)

  • Story Analysis & Writer Evaluation: 10 years for Walden Media (Divergent, Narnia, Holes, Journey to the Center of the Earth), Red Wagon (Sony: Memoirs of a Geisha), Cinergi (Swim Fan, The Terminator), Bedford Falls (Blood Diamond, The Last Samurai) and Seed Productions (Hugh Jackman and John Palermo).

  • Author: Just Effing Entertain Me: A Screenwriter's Atlas.

  • Author: The True Adventures of Gidon Lev: Rascal. Holocaust Survivor. Optimist

  • Contributor: The Huffington Post, Script Magazine, The Times of Israel, Moment Magazine, Medium.

  • Speaker/Instructor: Warner Bros. Studios, The Willamette Writer's Conference, West England University (Bristol), The Writer's Store (Burbank), Oxford Student Union (Oxford University). 

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