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Junie Lowry-Johnson, CSA, is a Casting Director who worked on all seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise and on Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek Nemesis. She was always teamed with fellow Casting Director Ron Surma except for Enterprise's fourth season, during which she was paired with Libbyann Goldstein. Her name can also be seen on an okudagram in the Voyager episode "Projections". During the early years she was credited as Junie Lowry.
In addition to her work with Star Trek, Lowry-Johnson has been the casting director for many other well-known television shows including NYPD Blue, Murder One, Six Feet Under, Tremors, Deadwood, Ugly Betty, and Desperate Housewives. She has also worked on a number of feature films, including La Bamba, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, and America's Sweethearts. She and Ron Surma have cast a number of non-Trek movies together, including Liar Liar, Grosse Point Blank, and Bruce Almighty.
A member of the Casting Society of America, Lowry-Johnson has received seven Emmy Awards for Outstanding Casting – two for NYPD Blue, two for Six Feet Under, one for Desperate Housewives, one for Ugly Betty, and one for True Blood – as well as eight additional nominations for NYPD Blue, Deadwood, Big Love, Desperate Housewives, and the TV movies Gia and Mrs. Harris. Her Emmy awards and nominations for Six Feet Under, Deadwood, Big Love, Ugly Betty, Gia, and Mrs. Harris have been shared with Libbyann Goldstein, who worked with her on all of these productions. Lowry-Johnson has also received a total of 38 Artios nominations from the Casting Society of America, winning eleven of them.
Lowry-Johnson is the sister of director Dick Lowry and producer Hunt Lowry and is married to producer Bill Johnson since 1990, with whom they have at least two twins, born in 1994.