JULIA DALKIN

JULIA DALKIN by Caroline Webster
Photo: Caroline Webster
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JEREMY HICKS ASSOCIATES LTD
3 Stedham Place, London, WC1A 1HU
Phone: 020-7580 5741
Fax: 020-7636 3753
E-mail: info@jeremyhicks.com
WWW: www.jeremyhicks.com
Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:5'6" (167cm)
Weight:9st. 7lb. (60kg)
Playing Age:41 - 50 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Clear
  

Credits:

Television Further Credits
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Television
2014, Television, Shelley Marshall, Doctors, BBC TV, Jordan Hogg
2013, Television, DC Brook Penrith, Eastenders, BBC, Michael Owen Morris
2012, Television, Judith Malladine, Doctors, BBC Television, Graham Moore
2010, Television, Sandy Mullen, Doctors, BBC Television, Chris Richards
2009, Television, D.S. Tracy Winters, Holby, BBC Television, Robert Del Maestro
2009, Television, Megan Halstock, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Jamie Annett
2008, Television, Jess, Crooked House, Tiger Aspect, Damon Thomas
2008, Television, Polly, Eastenders, BBC Television, John Greening
2007, Television, DC Alison Bennett, A Touch of Frost- In the Public Interest, ITV Prods Ltd, Paul Harrison
2007, Television, Suzanne Matthews, Doctors, BBC TV, Chris Richards
2007, Television, Angela Turner, The Worst Journey in the World, Tiger Aspect/BBC, Damon Thomas
2006, Television, Nikki Taylor, Holby City, BBC Television, Indra Bhose
2005, Television, DC Alison Bennett, Touch of Frost, Yorkshire Television, Paul Harrison
2004, Television, Switchboard operator, Holby City, BBC Television, David Jackson
2003, Television, Librarian, Wire in the Blood, ITV, Nick Laughland
2002, Television, Christine Nelmes, The Bill, Thames Television, Jim Goddard
2001, Television, Linda Bloor, Outside The Rules, BBC Television, Sallie Aprahamian
2000, Television, Margaret Cull, The Glass, Granada Television, Nick Laughland
1998, Television, Sharon Richards, Life Support, BBC Scotland, Richard Laxton
1997, Television, Sandra Burton, A Wing And A Prayer, Thames Television, Robin Sheppard
1997, Television, Rachel James, Inspector Morse, Central Television, Charles Beeson
Further Credits
2010, Corporate, Alison Wood, Learning English Website, Macmillan Publishers, Emily Hughes
2010, Internet, Anonymous caller, Alan Partridge (For Fosters) Series 2, Baby Cow, Ted Dowd
2010, Internet, Mary and other callers, Alan Partridge for Fosters - Alan on Twitter, Baby Cow, Ted Dowd
2010, Internet, voices of Jill and Tina, Alan Partridge for Fosters - Simply the Best, Baby Cow, Ted Dowd and Armando Iannucci
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Steph Lindley, Clittaford, Wirehanger Productions, Michael Gyngell
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Bess Houdini, Summerland, Simply Told, Anna Lawrence
2008, Commercial, Hero, Drink Harm, COI/RSA, Stuart Rideout
2008, Radio, Gemini/various characters, Nebulous Series 3, Baby Cow/Radio 4, Nicholas Briggs
2007, Commercial, Young Mum, Typhoo Tea, Outback, David Lodge
2006, Stage, Estella, Great Expectations, Northern Stage, Neil Murray
2005, Radio, Gemini/various other roles, Nebulous (Series 2), Baby Cow/BBC Radio 4, Nick Briggs
2005, Short Film, Grieving widow, Old Sparky, Huntley Mellor Productions, Matt Huntley
2005, Stage, Bernie, Midnight Rambler, Westwords/Riverside Studios, Siobhan Curham
2004, Corporate, Liz, Lloyds TSB staff fraud, Orchid Communications, Mike Osbourne
2004, Radio, Gemini and various other characters, Nebulous (Series 1), Baby Cow/BBC Radio 4, Nick Briggs
2003, Commercial, Wife, Chelsea Building Society - Cashback Mortgage, BBC Broadcast/Chelsea Building Society, Andrea Kapos
2003, Commercial, Wife, Vicks Medicate, Vermillion/Proctor & Gamble
2003, Short Film, Janet, Global Conspiracy?, BBC Television, Mark Gatiss
2002, Commercial, Warehouse manager, Gremlins/Warehouse, COI/Brave
2002, Short Film, Julia, Take Me Somewhere Nice, Ample Productions, Pete Mellor
2001, Stage, Sarah, Heritage, The Traverse Theatre Company, Philip Howard
2001, Stage, Pace, The Trestle At Pope Lick Creek, Traverse Theatre Company, Philip Howard
2000, Short Film, Waitress, Four More Hours, Huntley Mellor Productions, Pete Mellor
1999, Radio, Hannah Fry, Dr Who Phantasmagoria, Big Finish Productions, Nick Briggs
1998, Stage, Gunnhild, Egil Son Of The Nightwolf, Grey Coast, Sue Western
1997, Corporate, Employee, DSS moving equipment correctly
1997, Stage, Princess, Aladdin, Cumbernauld Theatre Company, Simon Sharkey
1997, Stage, Karen, Speed-The-Plow, Arches Theatre Company, Andy Arnold
1996, Corporate, Woman, Labour Party Political Broadcast, Picardy, Brian Ross
1996, Radio, Pravda Street, BBC Radio 4, Hamish Wilson

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Midwest, American-Standard, Geordie, Irish-Northern, London, Northern*, RP, Scottish-Standard, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Contemporary Dance, Folk Singing*, Mezzo-Soprano*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence

Training:

Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

Notes:

Julia has work-shopped plays and new writing with a variety of companies. These include the Young Vic in London, Live Theatre/New Writing North in Newcastle, Greycoast Theatre in Scotland, The White Bear and Latchmere Theatres in London.

She has also been a professional band vocalist, has toured internationally & recorded. Radio credits include John Peel Sessions.