Julie Strain is a model and actress. She was born in Concord, California in 1962. Julie had an amnesia in her teens when she felt off a horse and suffered a head injury.
Hollywood, California was where her career started, but not before living in Las Vegas for a while. Julie Strain performed in more than 100 films, getting the name of “Queen of the B-movies” due to the quality of the movies she played in (B-movies are low-budget movies).
Julie became the Penthouse Pet of the Month in June in 1991, later to receive the honor the be named the Penthouse Pet of the Year in 1993. Julie did her share of adult films, apart from the regular B-movies she was used to.
Julie was the base for an animated movie’s main character. The movie was the “Heavy Metal 2000”, a sequel of the 1981 animation “Heavy Metal”. Julie borrowed her voice to the producers of “Heavy Metal 2000”, as well as agreeing for the main character to resemble her and her big tits. Later, a FPS (First person shooter) game was also made about the movie, “Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K”.
Strain was married to Kevin Eastman, the co-creator of the very-famous ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and the editor of the magazine: Heavy Metal. They had a divorce that in the eyes of the media seemed like a “nice divorce”.
Julie Strain had roles in films such as: Midnight Heat, Penthouse Stain & Lace or in the Enemy Gold. In 1997, an autobiography was published about Julie by Heavy Metal magazine, by the name of “Six Foot One and Worth the Climb”, a smart and catchy title connected to Julie’s height of 6 ft 1 in.