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Julie M. Woods is a hair stylist who worked on the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Terra Nova" and as additional hair stylist on the episode "The Andorian Incident".

In 2004 she earned an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series for her work on the Alias episode "Unveiled".

Woods started to work as a make-up artist on projects such as the action thriller Frame Up (1991), the thriller The Art of Dying (1991), and the thriller Wild Cactus (1993).

Woods' work as hair stylist include the television drama Getting Up and Going Home (1992, with Laura Connolly), Sam Raimi's fantasy horror film Army of Darkness (1992, with Rebecca Alling, Camille Calvet, and Tom Williamson), the science fiction horror film Infested (1993, with Garrett Immel and Wayne Toth), the horror film Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994), the action film Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up (1994), the science fiction comedy Tank Girl (1995, starring Lori Petty and Malcolm McDowell), the drama Showgirls (1995), the drama To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday (1996), the comedy Girl (1998), the comedy Drive Me Crazy (1999), the comedy American Wedding (2003), the comedy A Cinderella Story (2004), the comedy Man About Town (2006), the fantasy movie The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006), and the television series Popular (1999), Deadwood (2004, with Adam Brandy and Marlene Stoller), The Loop (2006), and What About Brian (2006, with Rebecca Alling and René Dashiell Kerby).

More recently she worked as key hair stylist on the drama series Grey's Anatomy (2007-2008) and as additional hair stylist on the comedy Hotel for Dogs (2009, with Kathrine Gordon and Rhonda O'Neal).

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