Julia Sawalha Biography: Age, Height, Parents, Movies, TV Shows, Net Worth

Julia Sawalha Biography, Age, Height, Parents, Movies, TV Shows, – Britsh actress, Julia Sawalha was born on September 9, 1968, in Wandsworth, London in the United Kingdom.


Name: Julia Sawalha
Age: 54 Years
Wife: Unknown
Date of Birth: 9 September 1968
Nationality: English
Net Worth: $10 million

Julia Sawalha Biography

Sawalha was born to Roberta Lane and Nadim Sawalha. She shares the same parents with her two sisters; Nadia Swalha and Dina Sawalha.

She was given the name after her paternal grandmother, a businesswoman who had won a prize for her entrepreneurship from Queen Noor. She has Huguenot heritage from Jordan, England, and France.

At the age of fifteen, Sawalha left the Theatre Arts School, a fee-paying private school that is a division of the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, which was then headquartered in Clapham, south London.

Julia Sawalha Nationality

Sawalha was born in Wandsworth, London in the United Kingdom. She is British.

Julia Sawalha Age

Sawalha was born on September 9, 1968, hence she is currently 54 years of age.

Julia Sawalha Height and Weight

Sawalha stands at a height of 5ft 3 inches and weighs 65kg.

Julia Sawalha Family and Siblings

Sawalha was born to Roberta Lane and Nadim Sawalha. She shares the same parents with her two sisters; Nadia Swalha and Dina Sawalha.

Julia Sawalha Education

Sawalha attended the Theatre Arts School, a fee-paying independent school that is part of the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, based at the time in Clapham in south London, which she left at the age of fifteen.

Julia Sawalha Career

Sawalha made her acting début in the 1982 BBC miniseries Fame Is the Spur, and in the Inspector Morse episode “Last Seen Wearing” in 1988, she had a minor part.

She originally attracted recognition for her leading part in the adolescent comedy-drama Press Gang, an ITV series that won a Bafta award and aired from 1989 until 1993.

She had an appearance in the 1992 Bottom episode “Parade” (S2 E4) as Veronica Head, a charming young bartender at the Lamb and Flag whom Richie tries to win over by bragging about his fictitious exploits in the Falklands.

She played Hannah, Lynda Bellingham's daughter, in the British Comedy Award-winning television series Faith in the Future, which ran from 1995 to 1998. She first appeared in the ITV family comedy Second Thoughts from 1991 to 1994.

Sawalha costarred with Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley in the BBC comedy Absolutely Fabulous from 1992 to 2012 as the prim and proper Saffron “Saffy” Monsoon.

She played Lydia Bennet in the 1995 BBC production of Pride and Prejudice alongside Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth.

In the Kipper TV series from HIT Entertainment/Grand Slamm Children's Films/CITV from 1999 to 2000, she provided the voice of Mouse. In Chicken Run (2000) by DreamWorks/Aardman Animations, she provided Ginger's voice.

She portrayed Georgina and provided Kid's vocal effects in the Sheep TV series produced by HIT Entertainment, Grand Slamm Children's Films, and CBBC from 2000 to 2001.

On Christmas Eve, she performed as “Dawn the Wise Man” in The Flint Street Nativity. She made her television debut in the year 2000 in the British sitcom Time Gentlemen Please as Janet, the Australian bartender. Alongside Richard E. Grant, she portrayed the grumpy PA to “Zak” in the 2002–2004 Argos TV commercials.

In the television versions of C. S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower books, she co-starred with actor Ioan Gruffudd as Maria, the captain's wife. After Caroline Quentin departed Jonathan Creek the next year, she joined the cast as Alan Davies' co-star, and she made an appearance in a Christmas special (“Satan's Chimney”). In a series that aired between 2003 and 2004, she was back.

She took part in the third season of the Who Do You Think You Are? genealogical documentary series in 2006. investigating the origins of her family, which include French Huguenots on her mother's side and Jordanian Bedouins on her father's. She also had an appearance in the pilot episode of Nigel Slater's BBC One show A Taste of My Life.

She returned to television in May 2007 to compete in the BBC dog training reality show The Underdog Show after a two-year hiatus. She subsequently went back to acting in two further BBC costume dramas, Lark Rise to Candleford from 2008 to 2011 and Cranford in 2007 as Jessie Brown.

Sawalha portrayed Jan Ward in the thriller miniseries Remember Me on BBC One in the fall of 2014. At VE Day 70: A Party to Remember in Horse Guards Parade, London, on May 9, 2015, she read a member of the Women's Land Army's testimony, which was live-streamed on BBC1.

In 2016, she repeated her role as Saffy Monsoon in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie and appeared in an episode of Midsomer Murders.

She published a statement in July 2020 indicating that Aardman Animations wanted to replace her role in the upcoming Chicken Run sequel since it was thought that she now sounded too elderly.

Julia Sawalha Husband

Sawalha is not married at the moment.

Julia Sawalha Children

Sawalha has no children.

Julia Sawalha Religion

Sawalha's religion is unknown.

Julia Sawalha Net Worth

Sawalha has a net worth estimated to be about $10 million.

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