Julie Graham (born Julia Graham July 24, 1965 in Irvine, North Ayrshire) is a Scottish television and film actress.
Miss Graham's television roles have included: Alison McGrellis in Casualty (1988-1989); Alice in Harry (1993-1995); Alison McIntyre in Life Support (1999); Linda Kendrick in The Bill (2002); Megan Hartnoll in At Home with the Braithwaites (2000-2003); Alona Cunningham in Between the Sheets (2003), and Mary Gilcrest in William and Mary (2003-2005).
Miss Graham has always been an actress who could be counted upon for getting her kit off on screen - most notably in Rosebud (1992) "Kay moves into a new flat and finds herself unexpectedly intrigued by the open sexuality of the lesbian couple next door. Surprised and excited by the intensity of her feelings, Kay embraces her own repressed desire, and sets out to turn fantasy into reality."
Her film credits include: Silent Scream (1990), Nuns on the Run (1990), The Near Room (1995), Preaching to the Perverted (1997), Bedrooms and Hallways (1998) and Some Voices (2000).
In 2007 she appeared as Donna Doig in the three part ITV drama series Mobile, and in 2008 played the role of Dr Gillian Magwilde, an archaeologist, in the BBC television drama Bonekickers.
Julie Graham at the Internet Movie Database
Rosebud at the British Film Institute
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