Julie was born in Paris, but was raised in Montreal. Now, we all know Canada can be quite a fun, zesty place to hang out, but you just have to imagine how much Julie hated her parents for that wonderful decision. (“We thought we would move to Canada because it’s just so ~exciting…~”) At any rate, young implanted Canuck Julie landed a job as a model (surprise) in Canada before moving back to Paris to pursue an acting career, and we would be willing to bet that it would take an army to get her away from France, at this point. She did happen to appear in one episode of the sci-fi series ~The Highlander~ early in her career, but the bulk of her work has been in French cinema and television, including turns in the 1994 feature ~The Teddy Bear~ and on the series ~Les Boeuf-carottes~. Although Julie flashed some ass in 1997’s ~Le Jour et la nuit~, her best Skin Scenes were in 1999’s ~Jusqu’a ce que la mort nous separe~. In it, she appears topless for several ~long~ moments whilst engaged in some simulated sex with an anonymous French actor.