Julia Bremermann should be best-known for a role she didn’t get. Much like Italian sex-symbol Monica Bellucci, this German actress was in consideration to play the former love interest of James Bond in the series’ 1999 outing Tomorrow Never Dies. However, although director Rogert Spottiswoode clearly liked both of them, the part (for curious reasons) finally went to Teri Hatcher…darn! As a result, Julia, who started her career in the early nineties with appearances in shorts Estelle and Prélude, remains best known for leading the cast of the German made-for-TV thriller Hamburg - Stadt in Angst and the crime series Einsatz Mord. International audiences may have seen the tall (5' 9") brunette in the ambitious, though short-lived, German-British sci-fi series Space Island One which was aired all over the world including the US, Australia, and New Zealand. Although fräulein Bremermann is pretty damn hot, her skin output has been distressingly slight. Make sure not to skip the TV-thriller Sweet Little Sixteen if you want to see (and which red-blooded male wouldn’t) various nice if dark shots of the German’s perfectly rounded mini-alps. The fact that this flick also contains some revealing moments by Julia’s young co-stars Cosma Shiva Hagen and Jeanne Tremsal makes it even more worthwhile--and not only for us at Skin Central Germany!
Einsatz Mord - Kommissarin Fleming und der Mord vor der Kamera (2000) - as Sophie Fleming
Mami, ich will bei dir bleiben (1995) - as Petra