Camille Braverman
Jasmine Trussell
Max Braverman
Julia Braverman-Graham
Sarah Braverman
Drew Holt
Joel Graham
Adam Braverman
Zeek Braverman
Kristina Braveman
Sydney Graham
Crosby Braverman
Amber Holt

Erika Christensen

Julia Braverman-Graham

Erika Christensen portrays Julia Braverman-Graham on NBC's drama series "Parenthood." As the youngest Braverman - and her parents' "golden child" - Julia seems to have it all: beauty, brains, love and success. She's a talented lawyer at a top corporate firm while her loving husband, Joel (Sam Jaeger), supports her ambitions as a stay-at-home dad to their daughter, Sydney (Savannah Paige Rae), and newly adopted son, Victor (Xolo Mariduena).

Christensen has established herself as one of Hollywood's most talented and sought-after young actresses. She was last seen starring opposite Jonathan Tucker and Sarah Michelle Gellar in "Veronika Decides to Die," directed by award-winning director Emily Young. This drama tells the story of a young woman whose failed attempt to commit suicide leaves her with only a week to live and discover what was missing from her life.

Christensen also recently starred in Andrew Jenkins' "How to Rob a Bank" opposite Nick Stahl, and appeared in Kevin Connolly's directorial debut "The Gardener of Eden," opposite Lukas Haas and Giovanni Ribisi.

After stunning audiences as Michael Douglas' drug-addicted daughter in Steven Soderbergh's Oscar- and Golden Globe-winning film "Traffic," Christensen, along with her cast members, received a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture. Additionally, Christensen won MTV's Breakthrough Female Performance Award at the 2001 MTV Movie Awards.

Christensen co-starred in Robert Schwentke's blockbuster hit "Flight Plan," opposite Jodie Foster and Peter Sarsgaard and also appeared in Mike Binder's critically acclaimed film "The Upside of Anger" opposite Kevin Costner, Joan Allen, Evan Rachel Wood, Keri Russell and Alicia Witt.

Next, she starred in John Polson's high school thriller "Swimfan," opposite Jesse Bradford. Additionally, she starred in Brian Robbins' "The Perfect Score," with Scarlett Johansson, and in Bob Dolman's "The Banger Sisters," opposite Susan Sarandon and Goldie Hawn.

On the small screen, Christensen was previously seen opposite Hope Davis, Jay Hernandez, Bridget Moynahan and Campbell Scott in J.J. Abrams' television series "Six Degrees."

Christensen received the Spirit Award at the 2003 Annual Diversity Awards, an honor bestowed upon an actor who has demonstrated diversity in role choices during his or her career.

Christensen resides in Los Angeles.