Julie Stoffer (Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Julie A. Stoffer (born July 11, 1979) was a cast member on MTV's reality television series The Real World: New Orleans, the ninth season of The Real World series. She was born in Provo, Utah, USA, but grew up in Delafield, Wisconsin.
On the series, Stoffer was depicted as a naive, somewhat racist, goofy girl who knew little about life beyond her Latter-day Saint upbringing in Wisconsin (she had attended Brigham Young University for 3 years prior to the show). Her conflicts with living a secular, adventurous life while claiming to adhere to the Mormon religion were topics covered by the series. A subject of argument for New Orleans housemates Julie Stoffer and Melissa Howard, was when Howard took offense to Stoffer mentioning that her stay in New Orleans was her first encounter with "colored" people.
Julie was seemingly very interested in another housemate, Matt who she brazenly chased literally around the house. Poor Matt a devout Christian was not interested in the slightest bit. Stoffer also tried her wares out on Jamie and even challenged him to a mud wrestling match, for the prize of a kiss.
There was also the incident where Julie attended a party and challenged a party member named "Squirrel" to a "fight", whereupon Squirrel gave Julie quite a beatdown. There was a nice shiner as her prize. This was a funny incident but it went to prove Julie Stoffer's temperment, repeated again and again in examples to come.
Stoffer was suspended from Brigham Young University in July 2000 for honor code breaches televised on The Real World. The school's honor code prohibits unmarried students from living in the same house with unrelated people of the opposite sex, including during breaks away from school.
In the aftermath of Real World, Julie Stoffer moved in with her boyfriend Gabe for two years, before splitting with him and her subsequently being served by him, with an order of protection. On Thursday, April 08, 2004 Julie was ordered to "stop contacting" Gabe after she hit him in the face and kicked him in the head. According to the "The Smoking Gun" Andrew Goldberg, editor of the site had the following to say about the restraining order Gabe placed on Julie:
"We checked this stuff out ...there is something there. It was allegedly some hair pulling, some hits to his face and a kick from the back seat of an SUV to the head. He wanted her to stop contacting him or text messaging him or going into his personal online accounts."
Stoffer attempted to find work as as a speaker, using her mother as her agent but ran into trouble when it was discovered that her mother was masquarading as a legitimate agent. Julie then tried to sell her act as a musician and played in pseudo punk rock band headed up by her little brother called The Bunkbed Incident, which is now defunct. She also claimed to have a great business selling Real Estate, as stated on her website.
She hosted G4's show The Electric Playground, which went behind the scenes of the video game industry. The Canadian program ran in the US until 2007 and now runs only in Canada. Also, on the week of October 9, 2006, she was a guest co-host on another G4 show, X-Play, filling in for the absent Morgan Webb and co-hosting alongside Adam Sessler. She also did some game reviews during on her own website.
Stoffer claims she was scheduled to be on board of one of the two planes that crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, but cancelled the night before due to a conflict in scheduling and opted to take a different flight instead.
Sometime in 2003, Stoffer met a doctor, mysteriously identified only as "Spencer", and they reportedly began dating. They were reportedly married in the Salt Lake City Temple in November 2004, and took their honeymoon in Italy, where Spencer had served his mission (1995-97).
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X-Play (2006) TV Series .... Herself/Guest Co-Host
The Electric Playground (2006) TV Series .... Herself