Julia Dietze

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Julia Dietze
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Julia Dietze (r.) with Timo Vuorensola at the Iron Sky Director's Cut screening (2013)
Born (1981-01-09) 9 January 1981 (age 37)
Marseille, France
Occupation Actress

Julia Dietze (born 9 January 1981) is a German actress.


Dietze is the daughter of the German artist, illustrator and painter Mathias Dietze. Her mother is from Marseille. Julia Dietze grew up with her two younger sisters in Munich.

She gained her first film experience in the movies Soloalbum by Gregor Schnitzler, Fickende Fische from Almut Getto, and Was nützt die Liebe in Gedanken by Achim von Borries, and in some TV films, such as Ghetto Kids, Echte Männer? and Die Stimmen.

Her first TV starring role was in Mädchen Nr. 1, directed by Stefan Holtz.

In February 2009, it was announced that Dietze would play the lead role in the science fiction comedy Iron Sky by the Finnish independent director Timo Vuorensola.[1] The film premiered in February 2012.


Promotional photo for Little Paris (2008)



  1. ^ Meza, Ed (11 February 2009). "Julia Dietze to star in 'Iron Sky'". Variety. Retrieved 19 March 2009. 

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