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Julia is from Hawaii, went to Juilliard, performs her comedy and spoken word poetry around New York City and also produces a comedy podcast on mental health called The Profesh.

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THE PROFESH PODCAST

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A comedy podcast where comedians Julia Ogilvie, Becky Abrams and psychotherapist Patrick Fannon chat about all things mental health.  We interview comedians, filmmakers and artists who share their mental health journeys. Resources for help are provided, real issues are discussed, and we also have a lot of fun! We’re doing this show because we want to take the stigma out of talking about mental illness. Everybody’s got something so why not talk and laugh about it? Join us!

TWICE A WEEK WITH JULIA

An Instagram Show

Sketch Comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre

SPOKEN WORD POETRY REEL

JULIA’S WORK QUOTED IN:

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JASON SUDEIKIS’S QUOTABLE WISDOM

The actor, who is starring in a stage version of “Dead Poets Society,” attends a show at the Bowery Poetry Club and recites some lines.

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A slam poet from Hawaii, Julia Ogilvie, read a piece called “Frozen Wagner,” about her first trip to Manhattan, at age nine. Sudeikis was taken with a line about “strutting my Roy G. Biv style through Times Square like it’s no big deal.” “I was thinking about all the people she felt she was representing at that point,” he said, “sticking out as a rainbow does, in a lovely way, but also in a way that maybe people who are not conditioned to seeing the rainbows in life can judge.”

 

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