If Julie Ferrier belongs to a family with generations of actors, it is in a dance tutu that she discovers the world of showbiz.
She then attends Anni Fratellini’s circus school.
She starts to follow acting classes at the age of 15 years. Ten years later, she launches her acting career thanks to Isabelle Nanty, who directs her in a one-woman-show.
She makes her first appearance on the big screen thanks to Didier Bourdon in Madame Irma in 2005.
The first role leads to more as Julie plays in Un Château en Espagne, Didine, Daddy Cool, all released in 2007 ; before being on the billboard for bigger projects such as Cédric Klapisch’s Paris or Micmacs by Jean-Pierre Jeunet in 2008 in which she plays the role of a contorsionist, Môme caoutchouc. The following year, she manages the business of Romain Duris with François Damiens in Heartbreaker. She then plays her own role in Mathieu Amalric’s On Tour.
The actress keeps the momentum in 2011 dubbing Madame Carlotta for the animation movie A Monster in Paris, making an appearance on the TV series Chez Maupassant. She comes back to comedy, her speciality with De l’Huile sur le Feu, where she plays opposite Vincent Lacoste, a rising star, and in 2012, she brings a lot of nuances to her role of a betrayed wife by Fred Testot in Sea, Sex and Sun.