Julie Binysh

Julie is a London based Actress and Voice Over Artist. After studying Drama at Goldsmiths, Julie developed a career as a nurse, relationship therapist and coach. Following her transition back to acting, Julie has undertaken further training at The Actors Temple, The Impulse Company, City Lit and The Actors Centre.

Screen credits include; ‘Light On Showcase – Indigestion’ (Lights Down, 2021), ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ (6 from 8 Productions, 2018) alongside Zoe Tapper and Michael Socha, ‘Sunrise, not Sunset’ (Paul Morrison, 2018) directed by Academy Award nominee Paul Morrison and ‘Toast’ (Four Seasons, 2017) alongside Rosalind Knight.

Stage credits include; 'Netflix and Chill' at the Drayton Arms, ‘Sea Changes’ at the Etcetera Theatre, ‘One Last Waltz’ at Greenwich Theatre, ‘Cloud Nine’ and ‘Mrs Montgomery in The Heiress’ at the John Thaw Studio and ‘Very Still and Hard to See’ at The Etcetera Theatre and The Edinburgh Festival.

Voiceover credits include campaigns for Mulberry and Coping with Flashbacks, a self help tool for the National Association for People Abused in Childhood’s website.

Also a Director, Julie has directed productions of ‘Bad Jews’ by Joshua Harmon and a new adaptation of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Bryony J Thompson for Bromley Little Theatre.