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A famous bearer is actress Julianne Moore (born Julie Anne Smith on December 3, 1960). She was nominated for two Oscars in 2003: Best Actress for "Far From Heaven" and Best Supporting Actress for "The Hours".
-- AndrewJKD  11/3/2005
I really like this name. I also like it as Julie-Ann(e) or Julie Ann(e). Not Julienne, though. I think that's a name for somthing to do with cooking.
-- Anonymous User  11/7/2005
My mom gave this name to my sister, but she spelled it Jeweliann.
-- breakofday  12/21/2005
Julianne Phillips, exwife of Bruce Springsteen, is a famous bearer.
-- Anonymous User  12/22/2005
My name is Julie Anne, and I love the name Julie, but I wouldn't have minded Julianne either. My family does call me Julie-Anne a lot though.
-- Anonymous User  10/10/2006
Julianne Hough, an American professional ballroom dancer, country music singer, and television celebrity.

She has won several international titles and is the youngest professional dancer ever to have competed on the televised competition Dancing with the Stars, winning the overall title in her very first year on the show.
-- sidewalkxlines  1/16/2008
This is a beautiful, elegant name, and it sounds a bit more mature than Julianna, although I like both. Not many names that are basically combinations of two names are good, and this is a nice exception to the rule. It's too ordinary and common for my taste, but very nice.
-- slight night shiver  6/12/2008
Julianne Regan was the lead singer of All About Eve (one of my favourite bands), who are probably most famous for their song Martha's Harbour and the unfortunate technical error that occurred during their performance on Top of the Pops.
-- Bil  7/15/2008
I used to hate this name, but then I became a Julianne Hough fan, and now I love it! :)
-- --allison--  7/27/2009
This seems like such a forced feminization. I prefer Julia or Juliana.
-- Chrila96  10/20/2010
I love this name. It's very feminine and you can shorten it to Julie, Julia or Anne.
-- enchy  6/6/2011
I have to admit, this name endears itself more and more to me because of the stunning Julianne Moore. I love Julia, but I think Julianne is a gorgeous name as well.
-- pennycarroll  2/5/2013
My name is Julianne. I am 39 and I grew up constantly having to correct people on my name. I don't understand how it is so difficult to pronounce, but I often get Julianna or Julian. I love my name and can't stand it it when it's not said correctly. I remember thinking how cool it was, as a kid, seeing Julianne McNamara on the television during the Olympics for gymnastics.
-- Hulie20  1/15/2016
I've only met one Julianne. She's a beautiful girl and a very talented ballet dancer. Other than that, I don't know what kind of person I might think of when hearing the name Julianne. I don't really like it as much as Juliana/Julianna. I like names that have the Juli- prefix, though.
-- dancingbear  1/2/2017

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