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Juliette Rose Goglia (born September 22, 1995) is an American actress. Goglia was born in a suburb of Los Angeles, California. Her maternal grandfather was game show host and producer Mike Stokey. Her roles include 2007 guests appearance on Ugly Betty and Hannah West in the CSI episodes "Goodbye and Good Luck" and "The Unusual Suspect". Before starting her movie career, Goglia performed in school plays and sang publicly. Her first role on film was as "Little girl" in the film Garfield: The Movie. Shortly after this, she played Colleen O’Brien in the Hallmark TV movie The Long Shot: Believe in Courage. Goglia has appeared on several television shows, as Joanie on Two and a Half Men and as Sierra on That`s So Raven for two episodes each. Her longest running television role to date is one of the incarnations of God - referred as "Little Girl God" on CBS`s Joan of Arcadia in eight episodes before the series was cancelled in April 2005. More recently, Goglia played a child prodigy suspected of murder on CSI and a teen suffering from seizures in the cancelled CBS drama 3 lbs. She also had a recurring role on the FOX drama Vanished. She also appeared in Hannah Montana in the episode "Bye Bye Ball" as Angela. Goglia has been added to a TBS sitcom pilot starring Valerie Bertinelli in August 2008.
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Juliette Rose Goglia
Juliette Rose Goglia (born September 22, 1995) is an American actress. She is best known for portraying Sierra in the Disney Channel series That's So Raven, Hannah West in the CBS series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Eve Henry on The Michael J. Fox Show.
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