Julia Doolittle was born in Los Angeles to two actors, John Doolittle and the fair Kimberly Farr (voted most likely to be a MILF her senior year of High School).  The second of two children, Julia realized that people rarely enjoy the sequel as much as the original, and that often has to do with the sequel being much worse. But despite the harrowing odds, Julia aspired for her family to resemble more of a "Godfather" or "Star Wars" than a "Robocop", and thus attempted to be both originally entertaining and faithful to the source material.

Julia attended Catholic High School, where she learned that she probably shouldn't have attended Catholic High School.  Afterwards, Julia enrolled at Sarah Lawrence College, rated by the Princeton Review as "The Exact Opposite of Catholic School in Every Way".  Julia was very happy there.

Her writing has been seen at Victory Gardens Theatre, the Sam French Off-Off Broadway Festival, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Rattlestick Playwright's Theatre, The Tank, Tiny Rhino, The Women's Project, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Urban Stages, and Rogue Machine Theatre. She is a 2016 recipient of the Elizabeth George Commission from South Coast Rep, a semi-finalist for the O'Neill Summer Conference, and a finalist for the 2017 Heideman Award at the Human Festival. Julia is also a proud member of EST's Youngblood.