Jules Bruff is an American actress and filmmaker born in Wyoming and raised in California. She completed her undergraduate BFA in Acting at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she was awarded the Best Actress Scholarship her senior year. That launched her into an early success, right out of school she was cast as the lead in the independent feature film VIRGINIA.


She had a supporting role in David Fincher's 2007 film ZODIAC.

In 2011, she won the Best Actress Award at the Monaco Film Festival. She followed that with another Best Actress Award at The Feel Good Film Festival in her feature film PART TIME FABULOUS.

Jules also wrote & produced the film PART TIME FABULOUS which won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at The Berkshire International Film Festival, Audience Award at The Awareness Festival, Film 4 Change Award at the Albuquerque Film Festival, Jury Commendation for Best Feature Film at The Durango Film Festival, Exploring Humanity Award for Director Alethea Root at The Dubuque International Film Festival, Best Actor for Bjorn Johnson at The Feel Good Film Festival.

 

Jules and her filmmaking partner, Alethea Root, are in pre-production on their second feature film GOOD SIDE OF BAD.

Armed with classic beauty, a post-modern world view, and a desire to remind her fellow humans that we are all in this together, Jules continues to trail blaze and pave her way.