Julia has recently returned to Sydney and has 16 years experience as an actor.
Julia has performed on film, stage, TV, corporate video, voice over’s and green
screen. She has played lead and minor roles and has gained her training on the job
and via acting courses in Perth, Canberra, Singapore and Sydney.
While living in Perth she played Sister Marilyn in Noel O’Neill’s premier season of
Hail Mary, at the Old Mill Theatre in 2015. She also studied Standard American
Accent with Luzita Fereday (lecturer at WAAPA) following up on previous training
with Rowena Balos and completed an Actor’s Screen Intensive with Film TV
Prior to the last 3 years in Perth, Julia lived in Singapore for 6 years where she
appeared in Media Corp productions on TV as well as ads produced for Switzerland,
Japan, Korea, USA and Singapore. A high point of her years there, was working with
playwrights, directors and film students at NYU Tisch Asia.
Highlights of Julia’s Australian career include 36 live performances as Madame
Crown for the Institute of Criminology, appearances on Water Rats and All Saints,
corporate and training videos for The Bureau of Statistics, The Electoral
Commission, The Federal Police and more.
Her roles have varied from Madame Crown in silk and wig, counselor on Water Rats
to psychotic Constance on stage to serene Mother Superior. Julia is also fluent in
Hungarian, fearless in public speaking and enjoys acclaim for being “highly
Julia enjoyed 14 years in her previous career as a Training Consultant: giving her
exceptional skills as a Facilitator and in Supervisor, Management, Communications,
Presentation and Trainer Training.