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Emma berman

Emma berman

Emma Berman

In the spring of 1970, a homemade placard reading, "Free Emma Berman," was carried by a contingent of demonstrators in downtown Philadelphia. Berman was a radical anti-war organizer and a member of the Weatherman Underground, which was responsible for a series of bombings of military targets in the United States. Berman was arrested in a massive police raid of the group's headquarters on March 26th, 1970 and turned over to the FBI on April 2nd, 1970.

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Emma Berman is also known as Emma J Berman is an Actress, Voice Artist, and Theatre Artist from United States. Age 13 years (01 August 2008) born in San Francisco, California, United States. So far Emma Berman has worked in the Hollywood entertainment industry and her artwork has been released in English language movies.

Emma Berman was 11 years old and starting sixth grade at the Stratford School in San Francisco in the fall of 2019 when she heard that Pixar was casting a key role in its next animated feature, “Luca.” The budding young actor was a huge Pixar fan and was already active in the San Francisco theater scene, including performing in American Conservatory Theater’s “Christmas Carol” and in musicals with Bay Area Children’s Theatre and 42nd Street Moon, and she was starting to gain attention for her voice-over work. (Source: datebook.sfchronicle.com)

SAN FRANCISCO -- Emma Berman, a 12-year-old San Francisco resident, has always been a fan of Disney/Pixar films. (Source: abc7chicago.com)

www.yayomg.com)In Disney and Pixar’s newest animated film, Luca, Luca and Alberto are two curious and free-spirited best friends living it up in the Italian Riviera eating gelato, taking scooter rides, and exploring the world together during one epic summer. They also share a secret that no one can know – they’re both sea monsters that the human world only knows from myths and legends. Emma lends her voice to Giulia, a 12-year-old girl who befriends Luca and Alberto on their adventures. As a lifelong Disney fan and voiceover artist, it was one of Emma’s biggest dreams to bring a Pixar character to life, and she couldn’t be happier about the experience. (Source:

EMMA: Giulia is about my age, 12 years old, she is a bit awkward and goofy, and she really wants to make new friends. Giulia is smart, brave, determined, strong, passionate, fiery, intense, genuine and charming. She totally embodies what girl power is all about!

Emma Berman is 12 years old as per her talent agency Stars Management. (Source:

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Emma Berman is also known as Emma J Berman is an Actress, Voice Artist, and Theatre Artist from United States. Age 13 years (01 August 2008) born in San Francisco, California, United States. So far Emma Berman has worked in the Hollywood entertainment industry and her artwork has been released in English language movies.

Emma Berman is the voice of Giulia in Pixar’s “Luca.” Photo: Courtesy Disney/Pixar (Source: datebook.sfchronicle.com)

Emma Berman was 11 years old and starting sixth grade at the Stratford School in San Francisco in the fall of 2019 when she heard that Pixar was casting a key role in its next animated feature, “Luca.” The budding young actor was a huge Pixar fan and was already active in the San Francisco theater scene, including performing in American Conservatory Theater’s “Christmas Carol” and in musicals with Bay Area Children’s Theatre and 42nd Street Moon, and she was starting to gain attention for her voice-over work. (Source: datebook.sfchronicle.com)

But when Berman recorded an iPhone audio audition and sent it in, she had no idea the Emeryville studio was looking at hundreds of talented young voice actors in a search for just the right girl to play ebullient, goofy Giulia, one of the title character’s best friends. (Source: datebook.sfchronicle.com)

“I loved the beautiful texture of her voice immediately,” recalls “Luca” director Enrico Casarosa. “Emma is such a bubbly, joyous girl. She laughed, and I couldn’t help chuckle, even shaking her hand when we met in person for the first time at Pixar. That joy came through in all of her lines. I love that she was just completely being herself.”

As red-haired Giulia, the quirky and bold daughter of a brusque, one-armed Italian fisherman (played by veteran ACT actor Marco Barricelli), Berman’s voice is in some of the film’s most entertaining scenes. Giulia befriends the camouflaged sea monsters Luca and Alberto by wedging herself between them and the town bully, and the three become a likable team of underdogs competing in the town’s famous triathlon (swimming, cycling and eating pasta).

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