Julianna Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Boyfriend, Affair, Career, Others

Julianna Gamiz is an American child actress who was born on January 3, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii and also raised in there. She is a Latina actress and one of the rising American child actresses. Best known for Jenny the Virgin (2018), the Paramount film Instant Family (2018) and the Hulu series East Los High (2014–2017), Julianna is also a popular face in several other short films and TV series. Her Instagram account is managed by her mother and she has more than 22.1k followers on Instagram.

Name Julianna Gamiz
Birthday January 3, 2012
Age 12 years
Birthplace Honolulu, Hawaii
Lives In Honolulu, Hawaii
Profession Actress
Height 3 feet 7 inches
Weight 25 Kg
Hair Color Black-Brown
Net Worth USD 1-3 million (approx.)
Nationality American
Religion Christian
Years Active 2014-Present
Award Not Published 
Alma Mater  Not Published 

Physical Stats –

Height : 3 feet 7 inches
Weight : 25kg (approx.)
Hair Colour : Brown
Eyes Colour : Blue

Career –

Julianna Gamiz is an American child actress who has been acting regularly since she was just 2 years old and made her big screen acting debut in 2014 working in the Hollywood industry. On the small screen she starred as Isla Cameo in the Hulu series ‘East Los High’ (2014–2017) for three seasons. She played the younger version of the title character played by Gina Rodriguez and appeared in over 5 episodes of the American dramatic TV series ‘Jenny the Virgin’ (2018). She recently starred as “Lita” in the major Paramount film ‘Instant Family’ (2018) with an all-star cast including Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne and Octavia Spencer. In 2017, she starred in the short film ‘Cristina’, another television short film ‘Redkids’ in 2018, and the film Making Babies. Navy CIS in 2019: L.A. and she rose to fame with a stellar performance in one episode of ‘The Kominsky Method’.
Julianna Gamiz is an American popular child actress who is rising fast among her contemporaries and inspires other teenagers in various situations in their life path.