Rebecca Sutter is the beautiful and intelligent fiance of Christopher Ewing. The couple met on a train in Asia just days after Christopher's engagement to Elena was broken off and he fled the country heartbroken.
Despite his traumatic break up, Christopher was intrigued by the friendly American girl who was traveling Asia after completing law school. Rebecca is a self made woman, having lost her parents at a young age in a car accident, leaving her to grow up alone with her brother Tommy. She worked hard to put herself through law school with Tommy's support.
Meeting Christopher was the greatest thing to happen in her life, and for the first time in a long time, she feels truly safe and ready to lean on someone. Upon returning to SouthFork with Christopher, she is determined to have the wedding go off without a hitch and start their new life together. She quickly befriends Elena in the hopes of learning more about Christopher and finding her own place at SouthFork as the new Mrs. Ewing.
As a series regular on TNT's new series Dallas, Julie Gonzalo stars alongside Jordana Brewster, Josh Henderson and Jesse Metcalfe in the highly sought-after role, 'Rebecca Sutter', the fiery, mysterious fiancee to Metcalfe's character, 'Christopher Ewing'.
This move comes as a surprisingly delightful contrast to Gonzalo's series regular role on ABC's sleeper hit, Eli Stone, produced by Greg Berlanti, in which she played the innocent, naive 'Maggie Dekker' opposite Jonny Lee Miller.
But her talents are hardly contained to the small screen, as many people remember her for her charismatic turns in hit films such as, Must Love Dogs, starring Diane Lane and John Cusack, Christmas with the Kranks as Jamie Lee Curtis and Tim Allen's daughter and as Justin Long's love interest in the smash comedy, Dodgeball. Other feature credits include Freaky Friday and A Cinderella Story.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Julie's fluency in Spanish also landed her one of the lead roles in Lionsgate's Ladron Que Roba a Ladron, which garnered one of the highest opening weekends of all time for Spanish language films.
These credits are just a few testaments to Gonzalo's dynamic talents and captivating onscreen presence, which clearly translate to film and television projects of all genres.