Anny Jules has been performing since the tender age of 5 years old. She is a Queens, NY native who now resides in North Carolina and travels to and from the areas in pursuit of her performing dream. With the gifts of singing, acting, song writing, and dancing she has been blessed with many opportunities along the way. She has appeared on numerous television commercials that include Post Cereal, Honey Nut Cheerios, General Electric, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, and McDonald's. Her McDonalds commercial can be viewed at this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irPE99ZitQ4&list=FL_z7NWw-LXcZcN8mlKChVaA... where you can see Anny demonstrating her acting abilities at age 9. Anny has also made guest appearances on ABC soap Opera "All My Children" and her voiceovers include the Nickelodeon television show "Blue's Clues" and Scholastic I Spy Junior.
Aside from television, one of Anny Jules' biggest achievements is her Broadway debut. At the age of ten, Anny earned the role of Young Nala in Disney's the Lion King on Broadway and performed in a lead role of George C. Wolfe's off-Broadway Play "Radiant Baby" at the Public Theater. Her success in this role led to her 2003 nomination and win at the Audelco Awards as "Rising Star" of the year in excellence in Black Theater. Yankees baseball superstar, Derek Jeter invited Anny Jules to sing for his Turn 2 Foundation banquet after he viewed her impressive performance in The Lion King.
Soon After, Jules made her way to movies and film and appeared on BET television movie, Preaching to the Choir directed by Charles Randolph Wright. Anny looks forward to what the future has in store for her next and cannot wait to delve into new and exciting projects! To learn more, you can subscribe to her YouTube page www.youtube.com/annyjules. Contact info available upon request.
Name: Anny Jules
Lives in: Queens, Queens County, New York
Occupation: Actor, Singer and Voice Artist
Unique traits: Speaks French and Creole, Swims competitively
Audelco Vivian Robinson Rising Star Award for excellence in Black Theater
Long Island University-C W Post Campus (Brookville, NY)