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Blake, Julia 1936(?)-

Blake, Julia 1936(?)-

PERSONAL

Born 1936 (some sources cite 1937), in London, England; married Terry Norris (an actor); children: Sarah, Jane.

Addresses:

Agent—RGM Associates, 64076 Kippax St., Suites 202, 206, Surry Hills, New South Wales 2010, Australia.

Career:

Actress.

Awards, Honors:

Australian Film Institute Award nomination, best actress, 1987, for Travelling North; Australian Film Institute Award, best actress in a miniseries, 1989, for Edens Lost; Australian Film Institute Award, best supporting actress, 1990, for Father; Australian Film Institute Award nomination, 2000, IF Award, Inside Film Awards, 2000, and Film Critics Circle of Australia Award, 2001, all best actress, for Innocence.

CREDITS

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Cook, Against the Wind, syndicated, 1978.

Locusts and Wild Honey, ABC (Australia), 1980.

Mrs. Scott, The Last Outlaw, Seven Network, 1980.

Mrs. McPhee, "Maydina the Shadow" segment, Women of the Sun, 1981.

Milly, Under Capricorn, Nine Network, 1983.

Mum, The Dunera Boys, Ten Network, 1985.

Jean Rogers, Sword of Honour, syndicated, 1986.

Jean Shaw, Il magistrato (also known as The Magistrate), ABC, 1989.

Fee Cleary, A Difficult Woman, ABC, 1998.

Eva Prunier, Salem's Lot, TNT, 2004.

Some sources also cite role of Mrs. Caldecott in The Starter Wife, USA Network, 2006.

Television Appearances; Series:

Elaine Thomas, Bellbird, ABC (Australia), 1972-75.

Evelyn Randall, Prisoner (also known as Caged Women and Prisoner: Cell Block H), Ten Network, 1981.

Alice Dodds, Prisoner (also known as Caged Women and Prisoner: Cell Block H), Ten Network, 1983.

Nancy McCormack, Prisoner (also known as Caged Women and Prisoner: Cell Block H), Ten Network, 1986.

Also appeared in the series Moynihans and as Eva Goldman, Twenty Good Years, ABC (Australia).

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"Queen versus Campbell," Consider Your Verdict, 1963.

"Queen versus Grayson," Consider Your Verdict, 1965.

Jean Williams, "Help," Matlock Police, Ten Network, 1973.

"Rules of the Game," Division 4, Nine Network, 1973.

Sergeant Joan Palmer, "Cleanliness Is Next to Godliness," Division 4, Nine Network, 1974.

Beverley Lang, "Unfit to Plead," Division 4, Nine Network, 1975.

Sergeant Joan Palmer, "The Vickers Way," Division 4, Nine Network, 1975.

April Simpson, "Forget Me Not," Matlock Police, Ten Network, 1975.

Juliet, "Speaking Ill of the Dead," Homicide, Seven Network, 1975.

Miss Baker, "Barely There," Driven Crazy, 1998.

Tenzin Jetsunma, "Manna from Heaven," SeaChange, ABC (Australia), 1999.

Dorothy Roberts, "Strays," Blue Heelers, Seven Network, 2001.

Evelyn Ulrich, "A Place in the Heart," All Saints, Seven Network, 2004.

Television Appearances; Other:

Reformer sinner, "The Paper Boy" (special), Winners, PBS, 1985.

Eve, Edens Lost, 1988.

Margaret, The Society Murders, 2006.

Film Appearances:

Salome (short film), Redemption Films International, 1973.

The Forbidden (short film), Redemption Films International, 1978.

Isabella Shepherd, The Getting of Wisdom, Roadshow Entertainment, 1978, Atlantic Releasing, 1980.

Matron Cassidy, Patrick, Monarch, 1979.

Mother, My Brilliant Career, Greater Union Organisation, 1979.

Mrs. Bailey, Snapshot (also known as Day after Halloween, The Day before Halloween, The Night after Halloween, and One More Minute), Group 1 International Distribution Organization, 1980.

Pamela, Lonely Hearts, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1983.

Art teacher, Man of Flowers, Roadshow Entertainment, 1983, International Spectrafilm, 1984.

Kristin, My First Wife, International Spectrafilm, 1984.

Matron, An Indecent Obsession, PBL Productions, 1985.

Cactus Club speaker, Cactus, Roadshow Entertainment, 1986.

Frances, Travelling North (also known as Travelling Man), Cineplex-Odeon, 1986.

Elizabeth, Georgia, Jethro Films Production, 1988.

Iya Zetnick, Father, 1990, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1992.

Flo, Mushrooms, Tara Releasing, 1995.

Edith Dunne, Hotel de Love, Live Entertainment, 1996.

Queen Alexandra, Passion (also known as Passion: The Story of Percy Grainger), Motion International, 1999.

Claire, Innocence, Strand Releasing, 2000.

Margot, The Forest, Forest Films, 2003.

Anna's mother, Human Touch, Dendy Films, 2005.

Tanya's mother, Three Dollars, Outsider Pictures, 2005.

Grandma Maggie, Aquamarine, Fox 2000, 2006.

Bonnie, The Barrows (short film), 2006.

Stage Appearances:

The White Devil, Sydney Theatre Company, Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia, 2000.

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