Julia K (POL)

Gender:
Female
Voice Range:
20’s, 30’s, 40’s,
Native Language:
Polish

Voice Description

Innocent, girlish, delicate, sweet, bright, natural, warm, relaxed, sensitive, empathetic, street, serious, intimate, seductive, sexy, chocolaty, engaging ,temperamental, angry, scary/intimidating, dangerous, funny, assured, informed.

Biography

Julia has worked extensively in film, television and theatre in Poland, Germany, Ireland, and the UK. Her most notable film roles include the young female lead Beata in the film ‘Distant Lights’, directed by Hans-Christian Schmid (Germany, 2003). After four years of acting full-time on Polish theatre stages in Warsaw, Lodz, Poznan and Lublin, Julia made her foreign debut on the Irish stage as Monica in ‘The Townlands of Brazil’, a critically-acclaimed play written by Dermot Bolger, directed by Ray Yeates, and performed at the Axis Theatre in Dublin (2006-2007).

Julia has won many awards, including the Best Actor Award, Audience Award and Critics Award for the role of Gileta in the play ‘The Topsy-Turvy Princess’ by Calderon de la Barca, directed by Remigiusz Brzyk; and Second Prize in the Ogolnopolski Przeglad Piosenki Aktorskiej in Zamosc (a Polish singing contest for actors).

She is fairly new to the voice over world but has already completed several contracts including commercials for Intimissimi and Calzedonia as well as corporate work for Eurotalk and Routledge.Taylor & Francis Group.

Polish

Polish accented English

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