Although it hasn’t even been shown yet, House of Hammer has already become one of the most anticipated documentaries of the year. Armie Hammer’s ex-girlfriend and claimed victim Julia Morrison is at the core of the three-part series.
She stated, alongside another alleged victim Courtney Vucekovich, that the actor assaulted them both in shockingly horrific ways throughout a wide range of situations shown in the official Discovery+ video. Before the debut of the docuseries on Friday, September 2, here’s all you need to know about Julia.
Who Is Julia Morrison?
Armie Hammer discovered young Brooklyn-based writer and artist Julia alias Jelly Morrison when she was featured as the talent on the Instagram silo of Sarah Bahbah, a visual artist who has amassed 1 million followers thanks to her images of predominantly lovely infants.
For such a multi-talented performer, it only seems sensible to dabble with music. Julie has a YouTube link on her Linktree to a dance track called “Superfine” that features the vocal talents of Julia Morrison, Alien Bay, Eiko Hara, and Arch Ares.
If her IMDb bio is to be believed, Julia is both successful and intelligent. Before beginning a career in front of the camera, she supposedly studied biology at the illustrious College of William & Mary on a full scholarship.
It has been said that she was a Grillo-Marxuach Family Fellow in Writing for Film & TV at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, as well as a Loreen Arbus Foundation Scholar and an Alliance for Women in Media Scholar. IMDb says that Julia attended and completed her acting training at Maggie Flanigan Studio.
Last year, Julia made headlines when she reportedly sent Armie direct messages on Instagram and he responded with the artwork. According to the Daily Beast, by 2021, when Julia took screenshots of explicit communications and turned them into NFT works of art, the texts had already been widely shared online.
They were advertised on the Foundation website and supposedly took place in the year leading up to Armie’s exposure, with the offer including a physical lightbox containing the messages. Articles titled “Armie DM TMI NFT: Dibs on Ribs” and “Armie DM TMI NFT: Caligula Triptych” appeared in the New York Times, focusing on the supposed sexual preferences of the actor.
The World and Strive to Reflect that Back on Society
In her official artist statement, Julia said, “These artworks evoked a lot of emotions: some of which I anticipated, and some of which I had not.” An argument can only lead to further conflict. When I pressed the upload button, I already knew that. However, this does not mean that I do not take the criticisms of this piece seriously; I do.
She claimed to have disclosed her motivation for developing the divisive NFTs in April 2021 statements to the Daily Beast. She told the media that as an artist, it is her responsibility to “transmute the things that happened to me into something that makes meaning.” I look for truth and beauty in the world and strive to reflect that back on society. The texts, in the end, I believe, speak for themselves.
She Has Been in Numerous Movies and Tv Shows
To this, Julia continued, “Not a single word has been cut out of any of the conversations. By turning them into pieces of art and then using the NFT method, I am permanently staking them on the blockchain as a token of the times we are living in.
It’s clear that Julia is a talented performer, as she has a long resume. According to her IMDb website, the lovely actress next appears in American Thief and Adam Bloom in 2020, and she had an uncredited appearance in the 2019 zombie thriller The Dead Don’t Die. She has also made guest appearances on shows like Alpha House, Forever, and The Mysteries of Laura (2013).
A versatile performer, she has also been seen in the music video for Avicci’s “You Make Me” (2013) and in the short films The Painted Lady (2016), Flesh (2015), Broken Crystal (2014), and Roombud (2012).
She Is an Adoptee
I’m Db Claims that A Gay Couple in California Gave Julia Their Last Name when They Adopted Her. Morrison Is Supposedly Still Her Legal and Professional Name, Which She Adopted When She Was 11 Years Old.