JULIA HILLS

JULIA HILLS by Nick James
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Ashley Vallance
INTERTALENT (FORMERLY COLE KITCHENN)
InterTalent House, 46 Charlotte Street, London W1T 2GS
Phone: 020-7427 5681
E-mail: actors@intertalentgroup.com
WWW: www.intertalentgroup.com
Location:
City of Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Weight:9st. (57kg)
Playing Age:46 - 60 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Grey-Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Natural
Voice Quality:Strong
  

Credits:

Currently on tour as Ruth in Calendar Girls The Musical @thegirlsmusical - Julia Hills Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2hq4DF-hGkRq6osobX7tpA

Television Stage Radio Further Credits
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Television
2018, Television, Morag (12 x episodes), Eastenders, BBC, Various
2016, Television, Pat, Boomers 2, Hat Trick, Adam Miller
2014, Television, Hazel (semi reg), DOCTORS, BBC, Various Directors
2014, Television, Dr Kemp, Broadchurch 2, Kudos Film, Mike Barker
2014, Television, Hayley Ashburton, Law & Order, Kudos Film and Television Ltd, Jill Robertson
2012, Television, Cathy, Casualty, BBC Television, Jill Robertson
2009, Television, BJ Markell, Doctors, BBC Television
2009, Television, Babs, Outnumbered, Hat Trick, Andy Hamilton
2007, Television, Vibia, The Roman Mysteries
2006, Television, June Swaine, All In The Game, Channel 4 Television, Jim O'Hanlon
2004, Television, Caroline Joyner (9 episodes), Casualty, BBC Television
2004, Television, Julie McKee, Murder In Suburbia, Carlton Television, Douglas MacKinnon
2004, Television, Aunt Mary, Wipeout, BBC Television, Patrick Reams
2003, Television, Family Affairs, Channel Five
2003, Television, Katie Fisher, Star (Series), Tiger Aspect Television, Angelo Abela
2003, Television, Kirsty, Trevor's World Of Sport, Hat Trick Productions, Andy Hamilton
2002, Television, Cathy Beacham, Doctors, BBC Television, Burt Caesar
2002, Television, Katherine, Murphy's Law, Tiger Aspect Television, Peter Lydon
2000, Television, Kay, Peak Practice, Central Television, Terry McDonough
1999, Television, Beryl, Dad - Christmas Special, BBC Television, Angela de Chastelai-Smith
1998, Television, Beryl, Dad (Series), BBC Television, Nick Wood
1997, Television, Beryl, Dad (Series), BBC Television, Marcus Mortimer
1993, Television, The Good Sex Guide, Martin Head
1993, Television, Erica Rosenbrand, Young Yung, BBC, Juliet May
1992, Television, Prometheus Bound, Tony Coe
1991, Television, The Upper Hand, Central TV
1990, Television, Freda, Boon, Central Television, Matthew Evans
1990, Television, Bathsheba, Haggard, Yorkshire Television, Vernon Lawrence
1989, Television, Sonia, Chain - Drama Series, BBC Television, Don Lever
1988, Television, Ten Glorious Years, Channel 4
1987, Television, The Bretts, ITV
1987, Television, Julia, The Refuge (2 Series), Yorkshire TV, Les Chatfield
1986, Television, Various, Come Dancing with Jools Holland, Royston Mayoh
1986, Television, Babs Palmer, Ladies in Charge (Series), Thames TV, Neville Green; Jane Howell; John Wood
1985, Television, Various, The Lenny Henry Show, BBC
1982, Television, Jo Stanley, Reith, BBC
1981, Television, The Winter Harvest
1980, Television, Lala, The Lost Tribe, BBC, Tom Cotter
1990, Television, Rona - 9 Years, 2 Point 4 Children - 9 Series 1990 - 1999, BBC Television, Nick Wood/Dewi Humphries
1984, Television, Presenter/Actor, Who Dares Wins 1984 - 1989 ( 6 Series), Channel 4, John Stroud, Andy Hamilton, Guy Jenkin
Stage
2019, Stage, Ruth, Calendar Girls The Musical, National Tour, Matt Ryan
2019, Stage, Dolly Bantry, The Mirror Crack'd, National Tour, Melly Still
2017, Stage, Liz, Worst Wedding Ever, Salisbury Playhouse & Tour, Gareth Machin
2016, Stage, Countess Rousillion, All's Well That Ends well, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2016, Stage, Gertrude, Hamlet, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2015, Stage, Mrs Sneerwell, The School for Scandal, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2015, Stage, Lady Sneerwell, The School for Scandal, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2013, Stage, Margaret, Springs Eternal, Orange Tree Theatre Richmond, Sam Walters
2013, Stage, Toine, Piaf, Curve Leicester, Paul Kerryson
2012, Stage, Kath, Entertaining Mr Sloane, Curve Leicester, Paul Kerryson
2012, Stage, Ranevskaya, Cherry Orchard, Rose Theatre Kingston, Andrew Hilton
2012, Stage, Amanda Wingfield, The Glass Menagerie, Everyman Theatre, Paul Milton
2012, Stage, Ranevskaya, Cherry Orchard, Shakespeare at theTobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2012, Stage, Goneril, King Lear, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2011, Stage, Homily, The Borrowers, Nuffield Theatre, Patrick Sandford
2011, Stage, Amy Ruskin, Special Occasions, The Mill at Sonning Theatre, Robin Herford
2011, Stage, Duchess's of York and Gloucester, Richard II, Shakespeare at theTobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2010, Stage, Annie, Calendar Girls National Tour, David Pugh Ltd, Roger Haines
2010, Stage, Mrs Eynsford Hill, Pygmalion, Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, Greg Hersov
2009, Stage, Ruth, Calendar Girls, David Pugh Ltd, Noel Coward Theatre, Hamish McColl
2008, Stage, Ruth, Calendar Girls, Chichester Festival Theatre and National Tour, Hamish McColl
2005, Stage, Eve, Flying Under Bridges, Watford Palace Theatre, Joyce Brannagh
2004, Stage, Vera, Stepping Out, Stoke New Vic Theatre, Sue Wilson
2003, Stage, Betty, Larkin With Women, Coventry Belgrade Theatre, David Giles
1990, Stage, Shirley, Beside Herself, Royal Court/WPT, Jules Wright
1989, Stage, Fertility Dance, Nuffield Theatre Southampton, Patrick Sandford
1989, Stage, Ivana, We The Undersigned, Richmond Orange Tree Theatre, Sam Walters
1989, Stage, Presenter/Character roles, Who Dares Wins 2 (National Tour), Pola Jones, Andy Hamilton
1988, Stage, Liz, Dealing With Clair, Orange Tree Theatre Richmond, Sam Walters
1988, Stage, Presenter/Character roles, Who Dares Wins (National Tour), Pola Jones, John Stroud
1987, Stage, Edwin Drood, The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Savoy Theatre), New York Shakespeare Festival production, Wilford Leach
1985, Stage, Emily Tallentire, The Hired Man ACTRESS OF THE YEAR nominee OLIVIER AWARDS, Really Useful Theatre Company, David Gilmore
1984, Stage, Emily Tallentire, The Hired Man, Leicester Haymarket Theatre, David Gilmore
1983, Stage, Shore Saints and Sea Devils, Manchester Library Theatre
1983, Stage, Bunty Mainwaring, The Vortex, Manchester Library Theatre, Howard Lloyd Lewis
1982, Stage, Sally Forth, Poppy, Royal Shakespeare Company, Terry Hands
1982, Stage, Mariana/Diana, Alls Well That Ends Well (Barbican), Royal Shakespeare Company, Trevor Nunn
1982, Stage, Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Bristol Old Vic Theatre
1981, Stage, Hot Box Girl, Guys and Dolls, Bristol Old Vic Theatre
1981, Stage, Peaseblossom, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company, Ron Daniels
1981, Stage, Julia, Alls Well That Ends Well, Royal Shakespeare Company (Barbican), Trevor Nunn
1981, Stage, Rusty, Our Friends in the North, Royal Shakespeare Company, John Caird
1981, Stage, Perdita, The Winters Tale, Royal Shakespeare Company (Barbican), Ron Eyre
1981, Stage, Ann Ratcliffe, The Witch of Edmonton, Royal Shakespeare Company, Barry Kyle
1980, Stage, Toine, Piaf, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company
1980, Stage, Felicity, A Mad World My Masters, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company
1980, Stage, First Fairy, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company, John David
1980, Stage, Susannah, Bedroom Farce, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company
1980, Stage, Ensemble, Beside The Sea, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company
1980, Stage, Ensemble, Does This Train Stop at Southend?, Stratford East Theatre, Clare Venables
1980, Stage, Ensemble, Mr Puntilla and his Man Matti, Stratford East Theatre, Clare Venables
1980, Stage, Dorcas Frey, Plenty, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company
1980, Stage, Sylvia Craven, The Philanderer, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company, John David
1980, Stage, Iris, The Tempest, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company, John David
1979, Stage, Ensemble, Jack and the Beanstalk, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
1979, Stage, Ensemble, The Prisoner of Zen, The Phantom Captain Theatre Company
Radio
2012, Radio, Annabelle Shrivener, The Archers, BBC Radio 4, Various
2012, Radio, Annabelle Shrivener, The Archers, BBC Radio, Various Directors
2011, Radio, Annabelle Shrivener, The Archers, BBC Radio, Various Directors
2010, Radio, Annabelle Shrivener, The Archers, BBC Radio, Various Directors
2009, Radio, Annabelle Shrivener, The Archers, BBC Radio, Various Directors
2006, Radio, Pollia, Falco - Series 3, Radio 4
2006, Radio, Various, Revolting People, BBC Radio, Andy Hamilton
2004, Radio, Julie, Julie And The Prince, BBC Radio 4
2004, Radio, The Walsall Boys, BBC Radio, Peter Leslie Wild
2003, Radio, Gilbert Without Sullivan, BBC Radio 4
2003, Radio, It Started With A Click, BBC Radio 4
2002, Radio, Earth Song - Drama, BBC Radio 4
2002, Radio, The Lost Child, BBC Radio 4
2001, Radio, The Rainbow Bridge - Drama Serial, BBC Radio 4
2000, Radio, Book At Bedtime, BBC Radio 4
1996, Radio, Sue, Life, Death And Sex With Mike And Sue, BBC Radio, Pete Sinclair
1995, Radio, Concubine Wang, The Empress Wu, The Concubine Wang, BBC Radio, Gordon House
1992, Radio, Liz, Dealing With Clair, BBC Radio, Hilary Norrish
1992, Radio, Gwenda, The Culper Tapes, BBC, Shaun McLaughlin
1981, Radio, Milly, Our Man in Havana, BBC Radio, Brian Miller
Further Credits
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Maria, Gods and Monsters, Russell Labey
2013, Audio, Qureshi, The Bounty of Ceres (Doctor Who Audio), Big Finish, Lisa Bowerman
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Ludmilla, The Duck House, Nica Burns, Sean Foley
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Various, Bleeding Hell, Bilimankhwe Arts Limited, Amy Bonsall
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Dora Jordan, The Jordan, Kate Buffery Production, Paul Clarkson
1992, Musical, Emily Tallentire, The Hired Man (Charity Concert Version), The Palace Theatre, David Gilmore
1989, Event, A Musical Celebration of the Genius of Stephen Sondheim, Association of Artists Against Aids, Keith Warner
1989, Event, Self, Hysteria 2, Stephen Fry
1988, Event, Self, Hysteria Hysteria Hysteria, Stephen Fry
1982, Film, Helen, Homeground, Anthony Harrild Productions, Anthony Harrild
1980, Workshop, Desdemona, Othello, Stratford East Theatre

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Midwest, American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Bristol, Irish-Northern, Lancashire, London, RP*, Scottish-Standard, South African, Welsh-Standard, West Country
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, German
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics, Alto, Ballad, Ballroom Dancing, Cabaret Singing, Folk Singing, Mezzo-Soprano, Opera, Soprano, Tap
Performance:Audio Books, Musical Comedy, TV Presenting, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Running
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence