Hammer House fast becoming one of the most talked about documentaries of the year, and it hasn’t even premiered yet! At the center of the three-part series is sorry to disturb you star Armie Hammerex-girlfriend and alleged victim Julia Morrison. She alleged (along with the additional alleged victim Courtney Vucekovich) in the official Discovery+ trailer that the actor abused her in various and shockingly violent ways.
Here’s everything you need to know about Julia ahead of the documentary’s Friday, September 2nd release date.
She is incredibly smart
According to the IMDb biography, Julia is successful and highly educated. She reportedly attended the prestigious College of William and Mary on a full scholarship, studying biology before embarking on a career in front of the camera. She has also reportedly been a Grillo-Marxois Family Film and Television Screenwriting Fellow at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, as well as the Women in the Media Alliance, and a Lauryn Arbus Foundation Fellow.
According to her IMDb, Julia graduated from Maggie Flanigan’s Studio, an acting conservatory.
Julia is an artist.
Julia made headlines last year when she showed illustrations based on her alleged Instagram private messages with Army. The obscene messages were previously debunked and circulated at the time Julia took screenshots and turned them into NFT artwork in 2021, according to daily beast. They were offered directly by the Foundation and included a physical lightbox of messages allegedly exchanged during the year before Army was exposed. Parts of the NFT were titled “Armie DM TMI NFT: Dibs on Ribs” and “Armie DM TMI NFT: Caligula Triptych” and highlighted the shocking aspects of the actor’s alleged twists in the exchange.
“These works caused a lot of emotions: some of them I expected, and some I didn’t,” Yulia wrote in her official statement from the artist. “Disputes breed chaos. I knew this when I clicked download. But that doesn’t mean I don’t take concerns about this job seriously, because there’s a lesson to be learned from everything.”
In the comments to daily beast in April 2021, she said she explained why she created the controversial NFTs. “As an artist, my job in this world is to take things that have happened to me and turn them into something that makes sense,” she told the publication. “I try to find something beautiful or find some truth in the world and try to reflect the society in myself. In the end, I think the lyrics really speak for themselves.”
Julia added: “Not a single word that was deleted was deleted. These are authentic real exchanges, and by creating works of art from them and using the NFT process, I put them forever on the blockchain to secure them as a symbol of the times in which we live.”
She has a long list of television and film credits.
Julia is a performer with an impressive list of credits. According to her IMDb page, the stunning actress has most recently appeared in 2020 movies. american thief as well as Adam Bloomand in an uncredited role in the 2019 zombie movie The dead don’t die. She has also appeared in TV series including shades of blue (2018) Forever and ever (2015) Secrets of Laura (2014) and Alpha House (2013).
The versatile performer has also starred in several short films, including painted lady (2016) Flesh (2015) broken crystal (2014) and roombud (2012) and in the 2013 Avicci: “You Make Me” music video.
Julia is also a vocalist
It makes sense that the versatile artist would also have a musical career. On her Link TreeJulie posted a YouTube link to the funky, techno-infused song “Superfine”, which credits vocals to Julie Morrison and alien bayfeat. Eiko Hara as well as Arch Ares.
She was accepted
According to her IMDb minibiography, Julia’s last name was given to her when she was adopted by a gay couple in California. She was 11 years old at the time, and Morrison reportedly remains her official and professional name.