Julie is an actor, singer, narrator and host.  In recent years, some of acting projects have included a starring run of Annie Get Your Gun with the Aerospace Players in Torrance, and a run of The Cinderella Waltz at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre playing the role of Mother McGee, the bawdy and vivacious fairy godmother to rave reviews.

Her latest short film, Moving Day, won an Award of Recognition from the IndieFEST film awards and is up for consideration in other festivals around the world.  Intrusion, another short film she starred in, played in two film festivals in 2015, winning the audience choice award in Los Angeles.  Other short films can be found in the short film gallery of this site.

Have you ever felt like an idiot or perhaps have a Close Personal Friend who has? Then this is the song for you – Idiot, by Julie Hinton. Check the music video out on YouTube or in the Short Films section of this site! The track is also available on cdbaby, iTunes, Amazon, or wherever else you buy your music.

Julie sings all over town on recordings, soundtracks, and local church services – her current vocal residencies are at St Augustine-by-the-Sea Episcopalian Church in Santa Monica and St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church in Inglewood.  She sang with the Angeles Chorale for many years.  With them, she has sung with Julie Andrews, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow and others.  They also record music for various trailer libraries, so you’ve likely heard her voice (the highest one!) on trailers, commercials, television shows and more.

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Julie is a producer, writer and director.

She has produced many short films and is looking into expanding into feature films.  She has written two pilots and seven feature-length scripts, including one called Whisper about a rock star whose voice is permanently damaged, which her production company, Red Tape Productions, is trying to produce and star in.  Go to to see a trailer for the film, download the first song from the film that Julie composed and recorded, and donate to a GoFundMe campaign to help her achieve her goal of production!

Her latest short film, Moving Day, won an Award of Recognition from the IndieFEST Film Awards in the spring of 2018.  It is up for consideration in other film festivals around the world.  Julie wrote, produced and directed the film.

Intrusion was released July 2015.  It is a short thriller film that was shown at two film festivals in 2015 that she wrote, produced and starred in.  The video is included in the Short Films page of the Gallery.  Turn out the lights, find someone to clutch, and press play!

She has also directed short films and music videos, many of which are in the Short Films gallery.  Her various resumes can be found on this site as well.



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Julie has established a presence in the world of audiobooks.  She narrates and produces them herself.

She has eleven on the market – Me Before You  by Jojo Moyes: A Summary and Analysis, a romance novel summary by Leopard Books; Heartless, a paranormal YA novel by Kelly Martin; More Fables & Fantasies by Dale T. Phillips; Prestigium, a fantasy novel by Joseph Barone; Glistens, a pre-teen fairy novella by Chess DeSalls;  Dripping Wet Yellow Rubber Gloves, a children’s rhyming book by Chris Eberlein; Malia’s Miracles, a YA adventure story by Julie C. Gilbert and its sequel, Varick’s Quest; and Darkspire Reaches, a fantasy romance by C. N. Lesley.

The Duke’s Unveiling, a Regency romance short, and The Countess Intrigue, a Regency romance novel by Wendy May Andrews, both came out out this summer.  5 Steps to Better Blurbs, a non-fiction how-to guide for writers and marketers by Julie C. Gilbert will be released in February 2018.

Look for them all on Amazon, Audible or iTunes!  Many of them are promoted on the Audiobook Edge newsletter.  To get an email when new books come out, sign up here:

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