What languages do you work in as a voice talent?
German, sometimes American English.
What languages do you speak well enough to work in?
German, American English (not native but fluent).
Do you sing?
I am not a great singer but mostly it's good enough to do it in a commercial or a TV show.
What types of voice overs do you do?
Rverything: dubbing, commercials, games, documentaries, cooperatives, audiobooks, audioplays, cartoons... you name it, I do it.
Have you ever done any acting in theatre or film?
I am an actress. I started out with theater and later into my profession also film.
If you’ve done work as a dubbing artist, have you ever dubbed anyone famous?
Claire Foy as Queen Elisabeth in The Crown, Ali Wong as Dr. Ina Lark in Black Box, Xenia Goodwin as Tara Webster in Dance Academy.
How long have you been a voice artist?
For 14 years.
Have you done any work as a voice actor that stands out or you consider your best work?
I love the audiobook "In order to live" which is an autobiography of the human rights activist Yeon-mi Park who escaped North Korea, I studied some Korean and Chinese to get the pronounciations right. I love that I had the honor to read something of such a high value.
When did you realize you were good at doing voice overs?
The moment I understood what the client or the director wants from me without them having to explain anything.
What compliments do you get about your voice?
Soft, trustworthy, natural, authentic, sexy (at times).
As a professionally trained voice actor, Julia always devotes herself to every project he works on with his wide voice register.