Julia Mallam

Birth Day August 1st, 1982
Birth Place Doncaster, England
Age 39 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Leo

About Julia Mallam

Julia Mallam is famous for being an English actress. She is known for starring in several films and TV series such as "Tyrannosaur", "That Day", "Small Things", "Doctors", "Emmerdale", "Peak Practise".

In 2001, She made her professional acting debut "Peak Practise" and began portraying the role of Dawn Hop in the Soap Opera by ITV "Emmerdale" in 2003. Julia Mallam also won the British Soap Award in 2007.

Julia Mallam with British Soap Opera in 2007

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Early Life and Family

Julia Mallam was born under a horoscope sing of Leo. Julia Mallam took birth in Doncaster, England, the United Kingdom which makes her the nationality of British. Her ethnicity is British-white and her race is white. Her birth year is 1982. She will be celebrating her 38 birthday on 1st August of 2021. Thus, her religion is Christian and her present age is 38.

Julia Mallam's father, Joseph Mallam works as a hospital driver and her mother's Sue Mallam works as a primary school teacher. She has a brother Robert Mallam.

Concerning her education, Julia Mallam attended Outwood Acadamy Danum School.

Julia Mallam Personal Life

Famous actress, Julia Mallam is unmarried and is focusing on her career. She is not dating anyone and tries to keep her personal life private. Her sexual orientation is straight.

Julia Mallam Net Worth 

As of 2020, Julia Mallam has an estimated net worth of around $5 million. Her major source of income comes from her profession of acting. She is living a cool lifestyle at present earning a considerable amount of salary. 

How tall is Julia Mallam?

Julia Mallam is a gorgeous lady with a well-maintained slim body physique. She stands tall with a height of 5 feet 8 inches or 1.73m. She has a pair of black eyes and dark brown hair color.

Emmerdale actress, Julia Mallam

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Filmography

  • 2001- "Peak Practise", "Take Me"
  • 2002- "Fat Friends", "Stan the Man"
  • 2003-2006- "Emmerdale"
  • 2007- "Soapstar Superchef", "Doctors", "The Bill"
  • 2008- "Captain Mack", "Small Things"
  • 2009- "Casualty"
  • 2010- "Doctors"
  • 2011- "Tyrannosaur"
  • 2012- "That Day"

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