Julie Atherton

Julie Atherton is a British actress, who is best known for her work on stage. On 3 October 2009 she finished playing the roles of Kate Monster and Lucy the Slut in the West End production of Avenue Q. She released her debut album, A Girl of Few Words, on 2 October 2006. After signing with the Speckulation record label, she released her second album titled No Space for Air in the Summer of 2010. She is currently starring as Sister Mary Robert in the first UK tour of Sister Act: The Musical. Performances begin September 29, 2011.

Read more about Julie Atherton:  Michael Bruce - Unwritten Songs, Personal Life / Current and Future Projects, A Girl of Few Words, No Space For Air, There's A Fine Fine Line

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