Spotlight: JULIE MARTIS

JULIE MARTIS

JULIE MARTIS by Chris Keenan
Photo: Chris Keenan
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Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Glasgow City, Scotland, United Kingdom
Height:5'5" (165cm)
Weight:8st. 8lb. (54kg)
Playing Age:21 - 30 years
Appearance:White
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Long
  

Currently appearing:

Julie recently finished filming as lead, 'Mae', in 'Till the Violets Come' (feature film), directed by BAFTA-nominated Kerry Anne Mullaney. She was a semi-finalist in the BBC's Norman Beaton Fellowship for radio drama, 2017. 'Flight Risk' was a winner at the 2017 BSC's young filmmakers competition and was reviewed by Kieron Corless in Sight & Sound magazine: "Flight Risk was the most subtle and moving of the winning films... allowing the excellent actresses to shine."

Short Film Film Commercial Stage Further Credits
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Short Film
2020, Short Film, Pyrrha, Bacchus, Kiana Schauff
2019, Short Film, Debbie, Shooting People, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Henry Schwittay
2019, Short Film, Evelyn, Threshold, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Hannah Hunter
2018, Short Film, Social Worker, Trouble, Vivid Affect Productions (for Action for Children), Sean Hall
2018, Short Film, Mother, Bunny (Scottish Film Talent Network - Part of BFI), Hopscotch Films, Shaun Hughes
2017, Short Film, Leith, Every Love Story, Dropshack, Jack Alex Willison
2017, Short Film, Poppy, Afterlife, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Edward Kondracki
2017, Short Film, Anne, Dinner With Daniel, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Louise Nesbitt
2017, Short Film, Annie, Flight Risk, Sean Hall
2017, Short Film, Michelle, Going Away, Simon Price
2016, Short Film, Nicole, Lord Knows, Reverie Films, Ross Donald
2016, Short Film, Mother, A Boy's Life, Napier Screen Academy, Irenej Vid Bosnjak
2016, Short Film, Julie, Blow Out, Dead Bird, David Fraser
2014, Short Film, Louise, Campaign!, MATV (Glasgow Caledonian University), Amy Hawes
2014, Short Film, Girl (Scotland), It's Not Yous, It's Us, National Theatre of Scotland Five Minute Theatre, Donna du Carme
2013, Short Film, Lisa, Self Help, Napier Screen Academy, Robbie Duncan
2013, Short Film, Eve, White Romeo, Bratwurst & Haggis, Bernd Porr
Film
2016, Feature Film, Mae, Till The Violets Come, Mothcatcher Films, Kerry Anne Mullaney
2014, Feature Film, Bianca, I Am Anna, Timo Langer
Commercial
2019, Commercial, Julie, Pet Portraits, Rob Art, Robert Barr
2014, Commercial, Girl With Heart Condition, A Good Heart, Fixers / Macmillan Media, Sarah Hodgetts
2013, Commercial, Invigilator, Scottish Qualifications Authority information video, Scottish Qualifications Authority
Stage
2016, Stage, Titania (rehearsal), A Midsummer Night's Dream, RSC, Sophie Ivatts / Guy Hollands
2016, Stage, Carla, The Wasp, Tron Theatre, Ali Anderson-Dyer
2015, Stage, Ophelia, Hamlet, RSC Open Stages, Bruce Downie
2015, Stage, Hannah (solo show), Life Is Shrinking, Attune Theatre, Stewart Schiller
2015, Stage, Marina, The Penalty Clause, Wee Theatres Glasgow, Alex Cox
2015, Stage, Donna, Jesus Wants Me For A Steakbake, Short Attention Span Theatre, Sarah McCardie
2014, Stage, Flora, A Slight Ache, Attune Theatre, Martin Haddow
2014, Stage, Ophelia, Hamlet, Strathclyde Theatre Group, Bruce Downie
2014, Stage, Psychiatrist / Self Service Machine, Out of Order, Wee Theatres Glasgow, Alan Gillespie
2013, Stage, Morgana, Hawthorn and Candlelight, Black Dingo Productions, David MacFarlane
2013, Stage, Ophelia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Strathclyde Theatre Group, Bruce Downie
2013, Stage, Dawn, Steaming, Strathclyde Theatre Group, Julie Steen
2013, Stage, Portia, The Merchant of Venice, Attune Theatre, Stewart Schiller
2013, Stage, Woman, The Never Said Things, A Play, A Pie and A Pint, Oran Mor, Glasgow, Debbie Hannan
2011, Stage, Moth / Quince, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Sonic Boom Theatre, Kenny Boyle / Clare Sheppard
2011, Stage, Betty Parris, The Crucible, Strathclyde Theatre Group, Deborah Mair
Further Credits
2017, Musical, Sasha, Soho Cinders, Mad Props Theatre, Sarah Elizabeth Daly
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Amy, Lifers, In Motion Theatre Company, David Ian Neville
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Karen, Footsloggers, Tron Theatre, Alex Cox
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Ava, Ava and the Seagull, Tron Theatre, Amy Gilmartin

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Standard, Central Scottish*, Cornwall, Fife, French, Geordie, Glasgow, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London, RP, South African
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Alto, Choral Singing, Contact Improvisation, Contemporary Dance, Dance (general), Laban, Piano, Sight-Reading, Singing (general)
Performance:ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Audio Books, Comedy, Comedy Improv, Corporate Roleplay, Immersive Performance, Interactive Performance, Laban Training, Meisner Technique, Murder Mystery Events, Physical Theatre, Poetry Reading, Promenade Theatre, Radio Drama, Radio Presenting, Role Play, Sight-Reading (non-musical), Spoken Word, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Cycling, Horse-riding, Ice Skating, Pilates, Yoga
Other Skills:Devising, Editing/Proof-Reading (experienced), Improvisation, Pilates, Writer

Training:

Acting for Film and Television, Leeds Beckett University

Meisner Technique, Sally Reid

Nadine George Technique, Nadine George

Television Workshop, Ian Smith

Voice and Text, Movement, Stage Combat, Royal Shakespeare Company

Movement, Theatre Gecko