Reba’s daughter; Cash’s sister; Lillie Mae’s granddaughter
June was a slightly nerdy, awkward kid in Nashville that never ran in the popular circles. But in Malibu, it turns out she’s one of the cool kids -- making her brother jealous. Quick to bond with her new neighbors, soon she’s “practice kissing” with the gay boy next door. As June settles into California more and more, Reba worries that she’s moving a little too fast in a world with a different set of values than Nashville.
A Quick Q&A with Juliette Angelo
What drew you to playing June?
June is a lot like me. She is a tomboy, she is a little eccentric -- maybe an "old soul."
Do you have a favorite line from your character?
"Is it possible...to have boy trouble...over a boy...who likes other boys?"
What's your favorite thing to do in California?
I love to go to the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita on Sundays with my mom. The Gentle Barn is a sanctuary for abused farm animals. I hug cows and spend quality time with goats and pigs. I am a vegan, and I love being able to connect personally with animals.
Who's your favorite singer?
I love Steven Tyler, Sugarland, and of course, Reba.
Juliette Angelo made her Broadway debut at age eight in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. From there she joined the original Broadway cast of Billy Elliot, which won a Tony Award for Best Musical, then continued in the role of Jane Banks in Disney's Mary Poppins. In film, Juliette has had roles in Gary Marshall's New Years Eve.
An experienced horseman, Angelo actively supports the ASPCA Humane Society and PETA.