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Julie Therese Wallace (born 28 May 1961) is an English actress.

Julie T. Wallace
Julie Therese Keir

(1961-05-28) 28 May 1961 (age 58)
Wimbledon, London, England
Years active1986–present


Julie T. Wallace is the daughter of the actor Andrew Keir, and is the sister of the actors Sean Keir and Deirdre Keir.[citation needed] She stands 6 feet 2 inches tall.[1]

She made her television debut in the title role in the BBC dramatisation of Fay Weldon's The Life and Loves of a She-Devil in 1986.[2] For this role, she was nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Actress. The following year, she played the small part of Rosika Miklos in the James Bond film The Living Daylights. She starred in The Comic Strip Presents... episodes "Les Dogs" and "Queen of the Wild Frontier". In 1996, she was featured as Serpentine in Neil Gaiman's BBC miniseries Neverwhere. She also played Major Iceborg in the 1997 cult classic The Fifth Element.

She has continued to make regular film and television appearances in supporting roles, with recurring roles in Last of the Summer Wine[3] and Catterick. She appeared in the short film Rita and most recently in the BBC comedy series Big School.

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Other workEdit

Wallace provided the spoken narration for Marc Almond's 1990 single "A Lover Spurned" from the album Enchanted.

She also appeared in the video for the Adrian Belew and David Bowie song "Pretty Pink Rose" from the album Young Lions.


  1. ^ She was active in theatre from the late 1970s, including taking a leading role in Edward Bond's The Worlds, directed by Bond himself, in a youth theatre production. She attended the Webber Douglas Drama School, after which she made her professional debut in what has remained her best known role. "The rise and fall of a She Devil: How TV's obsession with perfect bodies has made a small-screen outcast of Julie T. Wallace".
  2. ^ Interview: Julie T. Wallace | Cult - Classic TV | BBC
  3. ^ Last of the Summer Wine | Comedy | BBC

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