Julie Sommer Peterson is a multi-talented actress born and raised in Chicago, Illinois that has dedicated her life to numerous forms of on stage entertainment – including sketch comedy, singing, and acting. Julie is a strong voiced soprano whom earned her degree as a Musical Theatre major at The Boston Conservatory at Berklee. While perusing her education, Julie portrayed Mia Oberon in an Oberon at A.R.T production of “The Donkey Show” as well as being an active member in numerous works within Boston Conservatory. After earning her degree, Julie stayed east, moving to New York City where she surrounded herself with esteemed teachers Matt Farnsworth and Kimberly Vaughn whom have had a positive impact on Julies on stage performance. Julie put her talents to work when she played Tweeney in a Godspeed Opera House production of “A proper place” directed by Gabriel Barre. She has also performed on a TheatreWorks USA national tour of “Click, Clack, Moo” portraying Darlene. Her other notable accolades include Adelaide in “Guys & Dolls”, and Rosa-Lisa Peretti in “Spelling Bee” among several others. She is currently continuing to strengthen her on stage presence in New York by taking classes in sketch comedy, as well as working directly with D.B. Bonds. From her seasoned stage presence, to her outgoing personality, Julie relentlessly works to continue her promising career in an effort to excel in an industry she loves.