Fans of big-screen pyrotechnics and high-speed chases know her as Judy Witwicky, the wide-eyed, laugh-riot mom in the blockbuster Transformers films, but despite her movie resume (which also includes flicks like Michael Clayton, The Nanny Diaries and War of the Worlds), theater people like to claim Julie White as our own. A versatile actress with a wide range and a trademark quick wit, she made her Broadway debut in The Heidi Chronicles, returning in 2006 to give a Tony-winning performance as an acerbic talent agent in The Little Dog Laughed. That’s all not even counting a dozen or so of off-Broadway credits, including Spike Heels, Dinner with Friends, From Up Here, Twelfth Night and her current gig, starring opposite TV hotties Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Justin Kirk as a fed-up stage manager (a part written specifically for her by playwright Theresa Rebeck) in the showbiz comedy The Understudy. Want to know what its like to lock lips with both Kirk and Gosselaar? Seeking tips for scene partnering with intergalactic robots? Or just curious about where she keeps that Tony Award? Julie White is taking your questions now, so fire away!