Julianne Nicholson was most recently seen starring in USA Network’s "Eyewitness," based on the critically acclaimed Norwegian drama. She is currently in production on "I, Tonya" with Margot Robbie and Allison Janney for Miramax Films. She’s also completed production on a number of films including "From Nowhere" and "Sophie and the Rising Sun," both due for release in early 2017. Other films awaiting release are "Novitiate," which just debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, "Weightless," and "Monos." Previously Nicholson co-starred in "Black Mass" for Warner Bros. with a remarkable cast led by Johnny Depp and Joel Edgerton. Additionally she reunited with John Wells for "August: Osage County" with another stellar cast that won the Hollywood Film Award for Best Ensemble and was nominated for a SAG and Critics’ Choice Award in the same category.
Further television credits for Nicholson include starring with Jason Momoa in the original scripted series "The Red Road" for the Sundance Channel. She also guest starred in multi season arcs on both Showtime’s "Masters of Sex" and HBO’s "Boardwalk Empire." She first worked with John Wells on the medical drama "Presidio Med," which he produced. Her other series commitments include Dick Wolf’s "Conviction" and "Law and Order: Criminal Intent," Steven Spielberg’s paranormal drama "The Others," and David E. Kelly’s "Ally McBeal."
Independent film work has been a staple for Nicholson with leading roles in Hilary Birmingham's "Tully," opposite James Franco in Jay Anania's "Shadows & Lies," in Bill Condon's "Kinsey," and alongside Ethan Hawke in "Staten Island" and more recently "10,000 Saints." Nicholson also draws fans in the international market working with such acclaimed directors as Peter Chan in "The Love Letter" and Nick Hurran in "Little Black Book."
Her stage work includes a role she originated in Sam Shepard’s latest play "Heartless," Melissa James Gibson’s new play "This," and Rattlestick’s production of Adam Rapp’s "Hallway" trilogy.