Julia Lee (actress)
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Julia Lee is an American actress. She was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and began studying acting at age 14. She went on to earn a degree in theater from University of California, Irvine. Her notable roles include repeated guest appearances on the television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer (episodes "Lie to Me" and "Anne") and Angel ("Blood Money", "The Thin Dead Line", "Not Fade Away") as a character respectively named Chanterelle, Lily and Anne. She also appears in the second-season episode of Charmed entitled "How to Make a Quilt Out of Americans" as Young Gail.
Lee made her feature film debut as the title character in the cult comedy, Ophelia Learns to Swim, written and directed by Jürgen Vsych. In the film, she plays Ophelia, Ophelia's drowned mother, and the superheroine, Estrogen Woman. She is also the voice of the Instinct Doll in the film, and sings the song, "Hypatia" for the end credits.
In 2006, Disneyland refurbished its Haunted Mansion attraction. For this project, Lee became the body of the character, Constance Hatchaway (voice by Kat Cressida). In 2007, Lee and Cressida's version of Constance was also installed in Walt Disney World's Mansion.
- Free Ride - Maya (2006)
- After I'm Gone - Flapper (2006)
- The Hillside Strangler - Lisa Erwin (2004)
- Grind - Another Hot Girl (2003)
- Hellborn - Lauren (2003)
- A Man Apart - Spa Receptionist (2003)
- Ophelia Learns to Swim - Ophelia (2001)
- Charmed - Gail (2000)
- Angel - Anne Steele (2001-2004)
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Chanterelle (1997) / Lily (1998)