Julia St. John
|Julia St. John|
4 January 1960 |
Julia St. John (born 4 January 1960) is an English actress. Her television credits include A Touch of Frost, The Brittas Empire, Agatha Christie's Poirot, Lovejoy, Harry Enfield and Chums, Lewis, and Victoria Wood, appearing in the episode Over To Pam.
- Ludmilla in Alasdair Gray's McGrotty and Ludmilla at Tron Theatre (1986)
- Natasha in Chekhov's Three Sisters at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester (1994)
- Regan in King Lear directed by Peter Cheeseman at New Vic Theatre (1996)
- Lady Pembroke in Alan Bennett's The Madness of George III at West Yorkshire Playhouse (2003)
- Maya in Arthur Miller's The Archbishop's Ceiling at the Southwark Playhouse (2004)
- Sheila in Charlotte Keatley's Our Father at Watford Palace Theatre (2012) 
- Mrs Lintott in Alan Bennett's The History Boys at the Sheffield Crucible (2013) 
- Martha/Nelly Rose in Jefferson's Garden at Watford Palace Theatre (2015)
Selected film and television roles
- Victoria Wood, Over to Pam (1989) - as Caroline
- Lovejoy, The Colour of Mary (1993) - as Rosemary
- The Brittas Empire (1991–1995) - as Laura Lancing
- Agatha Christie's Poirot - Dumb Witness (1996) - as Bella Tanios
- Princess in Love (1996) - as Camilla Parker-Bowles
- The Grand (1997-1998) - as Sarah Bannerman
- Brand Spanking New Show (2000) - Various characters
- High Stakes, The Poacher (2001) - as Christabel Webster
- A Touch of Frost (3 episodes, 2003-2005-2010) - as Pathologist Amanda Chase
- Doc Martin, Blood Is Thicker (2005) - as Sandra Mylow
- Julian Fellowes Investigates: A Most Mysterious Murder - The Case of the Earl of Erroll (2005) - as Gwladys Delamere
- The Line of Beauty (2006) - as Greta Timms
- Casualty (2006-2011) - as Dr. Sarah Evans
- Lewis, And the Moonbeams Kiss the Sea (2008) - as Naomi Norris
- Hemming, Sarah (31 March 1986). "Theatre: Review of 'McGrotty and Ludmilla' at the Tron, Glasgow". The Times.
- Kingston, Jeremy (16 August 1994). "Mess in need of a good tidy-up". The Times. p. 30.
- Peter, John (9 November 1986). "Arts (Theatre): Straight down the farce lane". Sunday Times.
- Walker, Lynne (2 October 2003). "REVIEW: THEATRE THE MADNESS OF GEORGE III West Yorkshire Playhouse Leeds". The Independent.
- Johns, Ian (11 May 2004). "Theatre". The Times. p. 17.
- Gardner, Lyn (22 February 2012). "Our Father – review". The Guardian.
- Sheffield Theatres (2013). "The History Boys at Sheffield Theatres". Retrieved 5 September 2013.
- Billington, Michael (10 February 2015). "Jefferson's Garden (Review)". The Guardian.
- "Jefferson's Garden - Theatre - Watford Palace Theatre". Retrieved 24 April 2015.
- Davalle, Peter (12 June 1996). "Baby talk, but very mature". The Times. p. 50.
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