Julie Mond, a native New Yorker, grew up on Long Island. Drawn to acting at a young age, Mond created variety shows with childhood friends and made little films in her attic. She later moved to New York City where she graduated from Barnard College at Columbia University. While Mond was in college she appeared in commercials, experimented in the downtown theater scene and studied with some of New York’s top acting teachers.
After graduating from Barnard, Mond moved to Los Angeles and quickly began working in film and television. She is best known for her recurring role on “General Hospital,” as the cunning Dr Lisa Niles. Mond has had guest leads on “CSI Miami,” “CSI NY” and “Cold Case.” She starred alongside Lea Thompson and Desmond Harrington in the action thriller “Exit Speed,” in the independent film “Neighbors” alongside Michael O’Keefe and Catherine Dent, and can next be seen in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Love’s Everlasting Courage,” premiering October 1st on Hallmark Channel.
Mond’s film credits include the Warner Bros.’ horror franchise “Rest Stop Don’t Look Back,” Focus Feature’s “Something New” and Screen Gem’s “Priest,” as well as several independent films. She also appears in several comedy sketches featured on Will Farrell’s Funny Or Die website. Mond and her “Love Begins” co-star Jere Burns are both in the popular Funny Or Die sketch “Clark Kent has a Dream.”
In her free time, Mond volunteers with the Young Storyteller Foundation in Los Angeles, where through one-on-one mentoring the foundation develops literacy through the art of story-telling. Mond currently lives in Los Angeles.