|Birthdate||May 27, 1973|
Hélène Joy is an Australian/Canadian TV, film and stage actress.
Joy was born and raised in Perth, Australia, and didn't think of becoming an actress until an injury occurred in her early teens, and then she decided to try out stage acting.
Her TV credits include Durham County, Heartland, and of course, Murdoch Mysteries on which she plays Dr. Julia Ogden. She has gone into voice acting also, as she voiced VP Victoria in the first season of Detentionaire.
Hélène also won the Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role in 2008 for her role in Durham County, and a Leo Award for Best Lead Performance by an Actress in a Feature Length Drama for her role in Desolation Sound (2005).
Hélène Joy lives in Vancouver, Toronto, and Australia. Although she is one of the main cast, Helene has only been in 67 of the episodes that have aired (out of 78).
- Refers to the William-Julia Relationship as Jilliam in an interview.
|Murdoch Mysteries Stars and Characters|
|Yannick Bisson as William Murdoch • Hélène Joy as Julia Ogden • Thomas Craig as Thomas Brackenreid • Jonny Harris as George Crabtree|