Julia is an old soul in the guise of a Golden Retriever puppy.
Born into a Rhineland family of Polish and Belgian heritage, Julia caught a case of lifelong wanderlust and grew up speaking three languages; English, German and French.
This happy firecracker feels most at home when performing strong female characters who pursue life with a hearty dose of inquisitive, adventure-seeking joy.
Although her cheerful disposition is hard to miss, Julia has left a strong mark in dramatic roles: labelling her "a barely restrained force of nature" (The Cherwell), the London theatre critics nominated her in the category “Best Lead Actress” at the 2011 Off West End Awards London for her empathetic portrayal of immigrant Ava in the award-nominated play "Secret Boulevard". As a Muslim convert in the drama “Die Kinder meiner Tochter”, Julia made her television debut opposite Jürgen Prochnow (Das Boot, Dune) and René Ifrah (Homeland) for ZDF. "After Walpurgisnacht", a US mystery thriller in which Julia plays opportunistic historian Dr Siebert, will be released in 2017.
Make no mistake: this inquisitive rocket likes to cuddle make people laugh with her own stories: her self-penned comedy short “Therapy Vlog” was voted among the top 11 at the 2016 Snowdance Filmfestival Speedcasting, and Julia was shortlisted for the “Marlene” acting award. Her latest comedic adventure, playing hugging coach Dr Suzi Ann in "The Assistant, the Doctor, and the Cosmic Hug", in coproduction with Austrian director/actor Birgit Stauber's company Leyendas Filmproduktion aims to bring happy and helpful hugs to the festival circuit in 2017.
Julia studied acting in Paris, Oxford and London and holds a PhD in Comparative Literature and Music History of the 19th century.
When not trying out a new French dessert, Julia loves to box as well as dance her heart out, tea cup in hand.