From 1985 until her passing in 2022, Julie Cruise was a prominent figure in American popular culture as a singer, songwriter, actor, and musician.

Her career spanned more than three decades, from 1985 to 2022. Julie Cruise’s birthday was on December 1st, 1956, and she passed away on June 9th, 2022, at the age of 65. Julie Cruise was born in Creston, Iowa.

Love Shack, “Mysteries of Love,” “Private Idaho,” “Floating,” “Roam,” “Into the Night,” “Rockin’ Back Inside My Heart,” “Give Me Back My Man,” and a variety of other songs are among the works that Julie Cruise has recorded alone or in collaboration with other artists.

Julie Cruise collaborated with several notable musicians over her career, including Kenneth Bager, Angelo Badalamenti, Moby, Mocean Worker, and David Lynch, amongst others.

Julie Cruise was featured in a variety of different advertising, commercials, and the soundtracks of several films. Cruise was the daughter of a local dentist in her hometown of Creston, Iowa, where she was born.

She received her undergraduate degree in French horn performance from Drake University and went on to perform as a singer and performer in Minneapolis with the Children’s Theater Company  (most notably playing the part of Jinjur in stage adaptations of L. Frank Baum’s Oz novels).

How Many Children Does Julee Cruise Have?

Although Julie Cruise was married for a significant amount of time, there is no evidence that she had any children. As of right now, it is not possible to determine with absolute certainty whether or not Julie Cruise has any children.