Julia Blake

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Julia Blake
Born 1936 (age 78–79)
Bristol, England
Other names Julie Blake
Years active 1963–present
Spouse(s) Terry Norris (19??-present)
Children 3

Julia Blake (born 1936 in London, United Kingdom) is an English-born Australian actress of theatre and television based in Australia. She is best known to television audiences for her three roles in the cult series Prisoner – Evelyn Randall in 1981, Alice Dodds in 1983 and Nancy McCormack in 1986.

Personal life[edit]

She is married to actor Terry Norris and is the mother of aspiring actresses Sarah and Jane Norris.


Blake has also worked extensively in Australian cinema, with appearances in:

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