Juliette Goglia

Juliette Goglia

Juliette Goglia started her career in the film industry at the age of 7 when she landed a role in the film "Garfield" (2004), based on the beloved comic strip. Within the same year, she went on to make her television debut in the cult favorite "Joan of Arcadia" (2004) where she played the part of Little Girl God (yes, God incarnated in the form of a young child) for a two-season run. The next year Goglia continued her film career with a supporting role in the family comedy sequel "Cheaper by the Dozen 2" (2005). Goglia portrayed a younger version of Olive, Emma Stone's lead character in the high school comedy "Easy A" (2010). Three years later, "Easy A" director Will Gluck cast Goglia (who still looked startlingly like a young Emma Stone) as the awkward teenage daughter Eve in a sitcom he co-created, "The Michael J. Fox Show" (NBC 2013-14).


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