Artistic Biography

Julia Wolfermann is a singing actress (Method trained) with movement and dance skills, commercial and voiceover artist, bilingual in English and German, conversational in French and Italian.

NYC theatre credits include Eva in Brecht’s “Puntila And His Man Matti”, Stella in “A Streetcar Named Desire” – directed by Brian Lady and Austin Pendleton, and the German countess in “Julia Pastrana” at the Brick Theatre in Brooklyn, NY.

Film credits include the documentary “My Father Was A Nazi Scientist,” written and directed by Amy Gerber, which was featured by Backstage and had its place on the short list of the Amsterdam International Film Festival. Further selections included the 17th Annual Independents Film Festival, The German-American Heritage Museum, The Educational Channel, and a premiere invitation at the National Archives In Washington, D.C., presented by the Charles Guggenheim Center for Documentary Film.

Julia took part in the NYU short film (“Unser Kind”), directed by Michael Kosche and played part in a movie sequence for a Jamie Catto production, featuring Gabrielle Roth.
Commercial credits include Crate & Barrel (print), FENDI (voice over), Microsoft (voice over) and Rosetta Stone (film). Julia has also written and hosted German tourism videos for Brand USA – Discover America.

Currently living in Switzerland, Julia danced and interpreted the role of the dolphin in Danielle Didier’s energetic dance theatre “The Dance of the Archetypes,” which had been performed in France and Spain.

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