Theatre and Film Performer and Producer
Julia built her Theatre career playing challenging female roles: From the mute Marina in John Marsden’s SO MUCH TO TELL YOU [National Tour]; the salacious Cunegonde in CANDIDE [Belvoir St]; and the staunch La Braukmann in Manfred Karge’s CONQUEST OF THE SOUTH POLE [Q Theatre and Australia Council Tour].
Since moving to Brisbane Julia continued with Hecate the Witch in MACBETH [Brisbane Powerhouse]; Mrs Cameron founder of the TRAIN TEA SOCIETY [ Swanbank Train Station – Anywhere Theatre]; and a highly sexulised Woman suffering from early onset dementia in NEUROSIS at Metro Arts Theatre. This year, Julia took on the role of Lorraine recently released after twelve years in Prison in Chloe Moss’ THIS WIDE NIGHT for Workshop Performances to Women serving a sentence and recently released from Prison.
Julia’s recent film and television work includes the estranged mother of a daughter trapped in a cult in FOLLOW MY WAY; an amorous Cat Lady for DRY DRIVER TVC; a Children’s Court Judge in JUDGE FOR YOURSELF and she will soon seen as Betty in Paramount’s Feature MONSTER PROBLEMS starring Maze Runner’s Dylan O’Brien.