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Julie Wallace

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Julie T. Wallace in her blue outfit in The Living Daylights (1987)

Full Name
Julie Therese Wallace

28 May 1961 (age 63) (
Wimbledon, London, England

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Julie T. Wallace

Julie Therese Wallace (born 28 May 1961) is an English actress.


Julie T. Wallace' angry face wearing blue outfit in The Living Daylights (1987)

The Spiritualist ( full Moviews English ) Stars: Julie T. Wallace, Jane Merrow


Julie T. Wallace in her short hair and off shoulder brown blouse

Julie T. Wallace is the daughter of the actor Andrew Keir, and is the sister of the actors Sean Keir and Deirdre Keir. She stands 6 feet 2 inches tall.

Julie T. Wallace's tight lipped smile while wearing yellow blouse and necklace

She made her television debut in the title role in the BBC dramatisation of Fay Weldon's The Life and Loves of a She-Devil in 1986. For this role, she was nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Actress. The following year, she played the small part of Rosika Miklos in the James Bond film The Living Daylights. She starred in The Comic Strip Presents... episodes "Les Dogs" and "Queen of the Wild Frontier". In 1996, she was featured as Serpentine in Neil Gaiman's BBC miniseries Neverwhere. She also played Major Iceborg in the 1997 cult classic The Fifth Element.

Julie T. Wallace smiling while wearing light blue blouse with Ciaran Brown who is wearing black coat, white long sleeves and bow tie

She has continued to make regular film and television appearances in supporting roles, with recurring roles in Last of the Summer Wine and Catterick. She appeared in the short film Rita alongside Edward Bryant, and most recently in the BBC comedy series Big School.

Film roles

  • The Living Daylights (1987) .... Rosika Miklos
  • Hawks (1988) .... Ward Sister
  • Mack the Knife (1989) .... Coaxer
  • The Lunatic (1991) .... Inga Schmidt
  • Anchoress (1993) .... Bertha
  • The Fifth Element (1997) .... Major Iceborg
  • B. Monkey (1998) .... Mrs. Sturge
  • Devil's Harvest (2003) .... Mary Henson
  • Lighthouse Hill (2004) .... Bunny
  • Provoked (2006) .... Gladys
  • Speed Racer (2008) .... Truck Driver
  • Rita (2008) .... Mum
  • Cemetery Junction (2010) .... Dignified Woman
  • Edge (2010) .... Linda
  • Stag Hunt (2015) .... Mary
  • The Spiritualist (2016) .... Mother
  • Television roles

    Julie T. Wallace signing autograph while wearing yellow blouse

  • The Life and Loves of a She-Devil (1986) .... Ruth, the "She-Devil"
  • French and Saunders (1987) .... Herself
  • Comic Relief (1988) .... Herself
  • The Comic Strip Presents (1990) .... Groom's Mother
  • Selling Hitler (1991) .... Edith Lieblang
  • Lovejoy (1993) .... Mrs. Neighbour
  • The Comic Strip Presents (1993) .... Fiona
  • Anchoress (1993) .... Bertha
  • The South Bank Show (1994) .... Herself
  • The Detectives (1994) .... W.P.C. Sandy Taylor
  • Hamish Macbeth (1995) .... Alice Robb
  • Neverwhere (1996) .... Serpentine
  • Sharpe's Regiment (1996) .... Maggie
  • Heartbeat (1997) .... Betty Sutch (A Butch Farmer)
  • Looking After Jo Jo (1998) .... Billy's mother
  • Last of the Summer Wine (2000–2001) .... Mrs (Lolly Minerva) Avery
  • My Family (2002) .... Jocelyn, Dental Assistant
  • Doctors (2003) .... Barbara Byers
  • Catterick (2004) .... Tony's Mum
  • Bremner, Bird and Fortune (2005) .... Sarah Kennedy
  • Hotel Babylon (2006) .... Helen Merchant
  • Casualty (2010 - 1 episode) .... Registrar
  • Big School (2013) .... Pat Carrington, the lab assistant
  • Man Down (2015) .... Teggun
  • Other work

    Julie T. Wallace's fierce face and curly hair

    Wallace provided the spoken narration for Marc Almond's 1990 single "A Lover Spurned" from the album Enchanted.

    Julie T. Wallace smiling while wearing black blouse

    She also appeared in the video for the Adrian Belew and David Bowie song "Pretty Pink Rose" from the album Young Lions.

    Julie T. Wallace in her short hair and off shoulder brown blouse


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