24 April 1973|
Julie Cox (born 24 April 1973) is an English actress, perhaps best known for her role as Princess Irulan in the Sci Fi Channel's 2000 miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune and its 2003 sequel, Frank Herbert's Children of Dune.
Early life and education
One of Cox's earliest roles was the Childlike Empress in the 1994 film The NeverEnding Story III. She played Diana, Princess of Wales in Princess in Love by David Greene, a film released in 1996 based upon the publication by Anna Pasternak. Cox played the character Sophie Aronnax in a remake of 20,000 Leagues under the Sea in 1997, and in 1999 she appeared as Giulietta in the film adaptation of Alegría.
Cox starred with Jean-Claude Van Damme in Second in Command (2006) and in 2007 was the female lead in The Riddle alongside Vinnie Jones, Sir Derek Jacobi, and Vanessa Redgrave. She starred in The Oxford Murders with Elijah Wood and John Hurt in 2008.
Cox portrayed a fictionalised Mary Shelley, a companion of the Eighth Doctor, in several Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio dramas, including The Company of Friends, The Silver Turk, The Witch from the Well and Army of Death.
Cox lives in Bristol, U.K. with her partner, with whom she has a son, Luke. In addition to acting, she also runs a business called "Luke Drew This" (named after her son), which creates clothing and gifts for families from children's artwork using organic and locally sourced materials.
|1994||The NeverEnding Story III||The Empress|
|1994||The Knickerbocker Gang: The Talking Grave||Melissa Kramer|
|1998||Brand New World||Angela||AKA, Woundings|
|1999||Felicia's Journey||Marcia Tibbits|
|2001||The War Bride||Sophie|
|2003||The Death of Klinghoffer||Young Hannah|
|2006||Second in Command||Michelle Whitman||Video|
|2006||Almost Heaven||Hilary Wooler|
|2007||The Riddle||Kate Merrill|
|2008||The Oxford Murders||Beth Eagleton|
|2018||2036 Origin Unknown||Lena Sullivan|
|1992||Une maman dans la ville||Betsy||TV film|
|1995||Tears Before Bedtime||Katherine||TV series|
|1995||La vie de Marianne||Mademoiselle Varthon||TV film|
|1996||Tales from the Crypt||Marlys||"Last Respects"|
|1996||Princess in Love||Princess Diana||TV film|
|1996||The Ring||Giselle||TV film|
|1997||20,000 Leagues Under the Sea||Sophie Arronax||TV film|
|1999||The Scarlet Pimpernel||Helene de Rochambeau||"Valentin Gautier"|
|2000||Frank Herbert's Dune||Princess Irulan||TV miniseries|
|2000||David Copperfield||Dora Spenlow||TV film|
|2002||King of Texas||Claudia Lear||TV film|
|2002||The American Embassy||Fiona Humphrey||"Long Live the King"|
|2002||An Angel for May||Alison Wheeler||TV film|
|2003||Frank Herbert's Children of Dune||Princess Irulan||TV miniseries|
|2003||Spooks||Maxi Baxter||"2.4" Broadcast in some countries as MI-5|
|2003||Byron||Annabella Milbanke||TV film|
|2003||Agatha Christie's Poirot||Elsa Greer||"Five Little Pigs"|
|2004||Agatha Christie's Marple||Young Miss Marple||"The Murder at the Vicarage"|
|2007||HolbyBlue||Mandy French||Recurring role (series 1)|
|2008||New Tricks||Jacinta Felspar||"Couldn't Organise One"|
|2012||Lewis||Miranda Thornton||"Generation of Vipers"|
|2013||Midsomer Murders||Olivia Carr||"The Sicilian Defence"|
|2017||Broadchurch||Mrs. Angela Dyer||"3.1"|
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- "Princess In Love - Diana In Film". Archived from the original on 16 January 2013.
- Franklin, Garth (December 3, 2005). "Review: Frank Herbert's Dune". DarkHorizons.com. Retrieved December 9, 2013.
- "Dune: Cast & Details". Movies.TVGuide.com. 2000. Retrieved December 9, 2013.
- "Children of Dune: Cast & Details". Movies.TVGuide.com. 2003. Retrieved December 9, 2013.
- Fritz, Steve (December 4, 2000). "DUNE: Remaking the Classic Novel". Cinescape.com. Archived from the original on 16 March 2008. Retrieved November 9, 2008.
- Stasio, Marilyn (December 3, 2000). "COVER STORY: Future Myths, Adrift in the Sands of Time". The New York Times. Retrieved August 21, 2015.
- Wertheimer, Ron (March 15, 2003). "TELEVISION REVIEW; A Stormy Family on a Sandy Planet". The New York Times. Retrieved January 19, 2015.
- Paterson, Robert (November 30, 2000). "Dune's Princess Irulan Speaks". Space.com. Archived from the original on 20 August 2001. Retrieved August 21, 2015.