Dreyfus was born on 24 January 1966, in Paris. She was born to Pascale Audret and Francis Dreyfus. The acting was in her blood, as her mother was a French stage actress. She died in July 2000 in a road accident. Her parents had divorced after eight years of marriage; her father is a music producer and the founder of the Dreyfus Records. A woman who can speak, English, Japanese, and French fluently were onto spotlight by anchoring commercials in Japan.

When she was in the United Kingdom, she joined the Institute of Oriental Languages, and Civilization, and learned Japanese in 1995. In the University of Paris, she took a course on interior and architecture as she was interested in the Japanese culture. Connected more towards the language and culture, she studied for six months about interior designing and working on it simultaneously. When she moved to Tokyo working in a part-time job as a studio designer, she was offered to teach the Japanese language in a channel. In 1988, NHK, a TV show, she helped people by teaching them to learn the Japanese language. Dreyfus appeared as judge in a cookery show who had later acknowledged as ‘Iron Chef.’ They named her ‘Gaijin Toronto’ which means ‘Foreign Talent.’ After that, Julie started to appear in top channels of Japan, and that created her path in films.

‘Toki Rakujitsu’ (1992) was her debut movie. On a film festival in Japan, she met Quentin Tarantino There are people who follow the created path and g >> Read More... Quentin Tarantino . Being remembered on seeing her from billboards of Tokyo, and impressed with her knowledge she was offered to play a role in Kill Bill (2003). In 1995, she gave the English debut movie ‘A Feast at Midnight’ directed by Justin Hardy. Since it gave her an international launch and she also did the second volume of the Kill Bill in (2004). Movies like, ‘Legal Aliens’ (1998), ‘Bathory’(2000), ‘Tokyo!’ and ‘Vinyan’(2008), and few more. Her French movie Jean Moulin had been released on 2002; she acted as a supporting role. Some of the television series she cast are ‘Sekai Fushigi Hakken’ in 1986, ‘Ryori No Tetsujin’ in 1995 and ‘The Crow: Stairway to Heaven’ in 1998 gave her international recognition.

The role ‘Francesca Mondino’ won her ‘Screen Actor’s Gild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture’ for ‘Inglourious Basterds’; it is about the epic war of Tarantino. Her performance in O-Ren Ishii’s Lucy Liu Lucy Liu is a popular American model and actress. >> Read More... Lucy Liu as an assassin, who is also physically challenged, robbed the heart of people. The cast is about a French interpreter and wife of a Nazi party head. A book was published which was written by her known as; ‘Do You Know This Paris of Julie.’

Julie Benz English Actress

Julie Benz

Julie M. Benz is an actress of American origin who gained fame for playing Darla on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Born to Joanne Marie (figure skater) and George Benz (surgeon), she was raised in Murrysville. She was fond of ice skating, hence she started doing that when she was only three years old. Not just skating, she also participated in junior ice dancing championships and performed well there. Her inspiration had been her older brother, Jeffrey, and her sister, Jennifer, both of which were ice skaters and ice dancers, and won many competitions. But Julie suffered a setback at the age of 14, because of a stress fracture in her right leg due to which she had to abort skating for a while. Julie did not have a good voice, and hence she was under estimated at each stage of her trial. Her teacher and coach even asked her to never try acting as her voice sounded horrible. She would never succeed as an actress. But people with strong will and courage do not give up easily. She did not say anything at that very moment, but somewhere in her heart she said to herself that she will show her coach and the entire world what she is capable of. After her skating career was over, she tried out as an actress in a few plays, but could not gain enough name and fame. So, after her graduation, she went to study acting and furnish herself more at New York University. Then, she started playing small roles in series like Married..with Children, Crosstown Traffic, etc. and in unaired series like ‘Empire’, Step By Step, Barefoot Executive, etc. She did small roles and satisfied herself. Finally, she played a lead role in ‘Darkdrive’ as Julie Falcon. She gave auditions for the lead role in Buffy The Vampire Slayer, but lost the role so she was given the tiny role of a vampire named Darla. But even this performance of hers was well appreciated by the people. In fact, this role proved to be a turning point in her career. After this, she acted in shows such as Big Easy, and even in a short spoof film, “Eating Las Vegas”, along with a video called “Veronica’s Video”. Though, she was extremely talented, her luck had always been hard. Her role in a TV series was canceled after the release of its eight episodes. But still, she always gave her best and was casted for a lead role in a horror movie. Henceforth, her journey didn’t have any break. TV movies like The Long Shot, and the video game, Halo 2, adorned her. At the peak of her career, she got married to an actor, John Kassir, on 30th May, 1998, but later divorced him in 2007. Then she announced her engagement with a partner at B360 studios, Rich Orosco, and they got married on 5th May, 2012.


Julie Engelbrecht

Julie Engelbrecht was born on June 30, 1984, in Paris. She is a German; her mother is Constanze Engelbrecht who is an actress, and began her career by voicing for someone in the television series. She was voicing him for six years for the German serial called ‘Lessie.’ In 1970, in a TV show, she played as ‘Derrick, The Old Fox, Tatort.’ She gave her big-screen debut in 1984, and it goes on. Julie Engelbrecht, when she was 12 years old; she performed with her mother in a series named ‘Adieu, Mon Ami’ in 1996. Her father Francois Nocher, he was an actor and a producer. He began his career through Radio first and later to screens. His debut is through, ‘Les Quatre Cents Coups’, it is a feature film directed by Francois Truffaut. He did some courses and took an internship at a town. He wrote screenplays for radio and plays. He being an associate producer produced three feature films, numerous shot and the movie One Minute for a Picture. In 1999 he co-directed and scripted, I Speak of a Time for Grand Theatre de Colombes. And then he married Constanze Engelbrecht, who died in 2000. Julie was both into films and TV series . After working with her mother, she went to a Public University of Music in Hamburg, Germany from 2004 to 2007. In 2005 she appeared in a television series ‘Tatort’ as ‘Natalie Bracault’, the same year she performed as ‘Valerie Ulmendorff’ in a small screen sequel ‘Mutig in Die Neuen Zeiten’ for which she have been nominated for Undine Award under the category of ‘Best Young Actress in a Movie’. Others include, ‘Rumpelstilzchen’ (2009), ‘Alarm fur Cobra 11’ (2010), ‘Countdown’ (2011), and a few more. She is the granddaughter of Alice Franz; who has voiced for animated series like ‘Heidi’, ‘Sindbad’, and ‘Maya the Bee’. In television series she voiced for ‘Simpsons’, later then it took over by another person as it continued. The films she appeared in are as follows:- ‘Before the Fall’ (2004) as Katherina, ‘The Red Baron’ in 2008, ‘Berlin 36’(2009) she appeared as Elizabeth, ‘Barbecue’ as Julie in 2014, ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ (2015) and a couple more.

Julie Engelbrecht English Actress