Julie Rodgers

Julie was most recently seen in Frances Poets’ WHAT PUT THE BLOOD, a reworking of Jean Racine’s ANDROMACHE directed by Graham McLaren at the Abbey Theatre.

Co-founder of internationally acclaimed theatre company (Theatre Babel), she has appeared in several renowned productions, some of which include Lady Macbeth in MACBETH performed at Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Ismene in THEBANS, Hippolyta in TIS A PITY SHE’S A WHORE all directed by Graham McLaren. She played Nora in A DOLL’S HOUSE, Regan in KING LEAR, Portia in JULIUS CAESAR, Olivia in TWELFTH NIGHT and Ophelia in HAMLET directed by Peter McAllister, and the title role in ROMEO & JULIET directed by Maggie Kinloch.

Further theatre credits include Lady Anne in RICHARD III (Raffles, Singapore), Hermia in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Warsaw Academy, Poland), PEEP (Green Room, Manchester), Alice in ALICE IN WONDERLAND directed by Michael Poynor. Marion in TARTUFFE TODAY directed by Jonathan Myerson and Mary in CHARLIE GORILLA directed by Roland Jaquarello both productions performed at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast. JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (Arts Theatre, Belfast) and THE WIZARD OF OZ (Riverside Theatre, Coleraine) directed by Michael Poynor, Laura in THE GLASS MENAGERIE and Desdemona in OTHELLO at Axis Theatre, Cheshire.

Film and television credits include Majella in HUSH BYE BABY directed by Margo Harkin for Channel4 and Nurse McGrath in the hugely popular long-running detective series TAGGART directed by Alan Macmillan for STV.

Julie is based in Dublin.