About Julia

A barely restrained force of nature
— The Cherwell

Julia is a an award-nominated German actress of Polish and Flemish heritage. She is currently starring in season 4 of award-winning AMAZON ORIGINAL comedy series “THE GLORY IS GONE” opposite Kai Wiesinger and Bettina Zimmermann, and will soon be seen alongside Richard Armitage, Gemma Arterton and Daniel Brühl in Academy Award nominee Julie Delpy’s upcoming new feature MY ZOE.

Growing up trilingually with English, German and French, Julia trained as an actress in Paris, Oxford and London, where her dramatic range and comedic chops earned her rave reviews on stage.

While writing, producing and starring in her first short film, “Fanmail”, playing a deranged fan hell-bent on revenge, Julia was offered the part of Muslim convert Christine, and made her Television debut in "My Daughter’s children" (2013) opposite Jürgen Prochnow (Das Boot, Dune), René Ifrah (Homeland), and Kida Khodr Ramadan (4 Blocks).

Julia’s award nominations include “Best Lead Actress” at the 2011 Off West End Awards London, Marlene Acting Award finalist at the 2016 Snowdance Film festival, and as a Comedian at the 2018 Funny Women Awards London with her self-penned romantic comedy “So, how did you and dad meet?” 

Julia splits her time between Berlin, London and Paris, working across borders and languages. When not trying out a new French dessert, Julia loves to hone her Thai Boxing skills as well as dance her heart out, tea cup in hand.