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Years active  1967–98
Children  Joanna Ege
Education  University of Oslo
Role  Actress
Name  Julie Ege

Julie Ege with a big smile on her face, blonde hair, wearing earrings, a necklace, and a white and black shirt.


Born  12 November 1943 (1943-11-12) Hoyland, Sandnes, Norway
Died  April 29, 2008, Oslo, Norway
Movies  Creatures the World Forgot, On Her Majesty's Secret Se, The Legend of the 7 Gol, Not Now - Darling, Every Home Should H
Similar People  Don Chaffey, Madeline Smith, Pal Bang‑Hansen, Freddie Francis, Roy Ward Baker

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Julie Ege ([jʉːliə ˈeːɡə]; 12 November 1943 – 29 April 2008) was a Norwegian actress and model.

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Julie Ege with a tight-lipped smile, wearing a crown, earrings, necklace, and a sexy sleeveless top.

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Early life

Julie Ege with a fierce look while posing showing her boobs, with curly blonde hair, wearing bangles, and a sexy red dress.

Ege was born in Høyland, Sandnes, the daughter of brickyard worker Marton Ege and Hjørdis Halvorsen (the often circulated claim she was christened Julie Dzuli is a copy-and-paste error of the phonetical spelling of her first name).

Julie Ege with a serious face, wavy blonde hair, and wearing a sexy orange top.

At the age of 15, she began to work as a model. In 1962, she came second in Miss Norway at the age of 18, and subsequently participated in Miss Universe. In 1967, she moved to England to work as an au pair to improve her English, and there also studied at a language school.

Career

Julie Ege smiling while sitting on a wooden chest, with wavy blonde hair, and wearing a sexy mini dress.

She made her film debut in a low-budget Norwegian film Stompa til sjøs (Stompa at Sea). She was a Penthouse Pet of May which landed her a role in 1969's On Her Majesty's Secret Service as Helen, the "Scandinavian girl". She later starred in Hammer Film Productions' Creatures the World Forgot and The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires. Her other appearances include Every Home Should Have One with Marty Feldman, and the Gluttony segment of The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins.

Julie Ege smiling while sitting on a couch showing her cleavage and wearing a sexy white floral top.

Ege is probably best remembered for her role in the 1971 comedy hit film Up Pompeii alongside Frankie Howerd. She played Voluptua, a Roman ruler. Her voice, however, was overdubbed by another actress for the film. On being introduced to Lance Percival's character, who says "Madame, it's a pleasure", her famous response is "Yes, I know. I've tried it".

Julie Ege with a serious face, wavy blonde hair, wearing a blazer and a sexy top.

In a UK TV documentary a few years before her death, she stated that she never minded being labelled a glamour actress and that it had been a good life that basically helped pay the bills. She returned to Norway and did a few films before qualifying as a registered nurse in 1998. She lived in Oslo, where she worked as a nurse.

Personal life

Julie Ege topless while holding a placard with her name on it, with a serious face while looking above and with wavy blonde hair,

Ege was twice married and divorced in the '60s and had two daughters. In the '70s she lived with The Beatles' tour roadie Tony Bramwell, and later with the Norwegian author Anders Bye.

Julie Ege with a serious face, curly blonde hair, and wearing a gray halter dress.

After her movie and modelling career she finished her secondary education and studied nursing. She later graduated from the University of Oslo where she studied History and English, after which she finished her nursing exams and continued working in the public health sector in Oslo. Her career, as well as her illness is described in detail in her autobiography, Naken (Naked), published in 2002.

Death

She died from breast cancer at the age of 64 on 29 April 2008. She had previously been treated for breast cancer and lung cancer.

Filmography

  • Robbery (1967) – Hostess (uncredited)
  • Stompa til Sjøs! (1967)
  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) – The Scandinavian girl
  • Every Home Should Have One (1970) – Inga Giltenburg
  • Up Pompeii (1971) – Voluptua
  • Creatures the World Forgot (1971) – Nala – The Girl
  • The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971) – Ingrid (segment "Gluttony")
  • Go for a Take (1972) – April
  • Rentadick (1972) – Utta Armitage
  • The Alf Garnett Saga (1972) – Herself
  • Not Now, Darling (1973) – Janie McMichael
  • Kanarifuglen (1973) – Kari, flyvertinne
  • The Final Programme (1973) – Miss Dazzle
  • Craze (1974) – Helena
  • The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974) – Vanessa Buren
  • Percy's Progress (1974) – Miss Hanson
  • Den siste Fleksnes (1974) – Herself
  • The Mutations (1974) – Hedi
  • Bortreist på ubestemt tid (1974) – Christina
  • The Amorous Milkman (1975) – Diana
  • De Dwaze Lotgevullen von Sherlock Jones (1975) – Sondag's secretaresse
  • Fengslende dager for Christina Berg (1988) – Krags hustru
  • Autobiography

  • Naken (Naked) H. Aschehoug & Co (W. Nygaard). Oslo 2002. ISBN 82-03-22706-6
  • References

    Julie Ege Wikipedia