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Julie Engelbrecht

Julie Engelbrecht German film and television actress

German film and television actress
The basics
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Intro German film and television actress
A.K.A. Julie Charon Engelbrecht
Countries Germany France
Occupations Actor Television actor Film actor
Type Film, Television, Stage and Radio
Gender female
Birth 30 June 1984 (Paris)
Star sign CancerCancer
Mother: Constanze Engelbrecht
Father: François Nocher
Education Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg
The details

Julie Charon Engelbrecht (born 30 June 1984) is a French-born German actress.

Early life

Engelbrecht was born in Paris. She is the daughter of the actress Constanze Engelbrecht, and made her acting debut at 12 years old, appearing with her mother in the 1996 TV film Adieu, mon ami. From 2004 to 2007, she attended Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg.


Engelbrecht gained recognition for her role as Valerie Ulmendorff in the 2005–2006 miniseries Mutig in die neuen Zeiten, for which she received a 2007 Undine Award nomination for "Best Young Actress in a TV film|".

In 2008, she played Johanna Palmquist in the TV movie Rasmus and Johanna, based on the Inga Lindström series, and Ilse in the 2008 film The Red Baron.

In 2009, she appeared as the high jumper Elisabeth 'Lilly' Vogt in Kaspar Heidelbach's film Berlin 36, and also in 2009, she starred as Müllerstochter Lisa in the ARD adaptation Rumpelstilzchen alongside Robert Stadlober.

In 2011, she played Maren Elkberg in the TV film Die Hochzeit meines Mannes, also based on the Inga Lindström series, and followed with her role as the young ballerina Anna Castell in the film Die Tänzerin – Lebe deinen Traum.

In 2015, she played the lead role in the video for Anna Naklab and Alle Farben's single "Supergirl".



  • Adieu, mon ami (1996) as Young Dagmar
  • Zwei Profis (1 episode, 2003) as Cora Schenk
  • Klassentreffen (2004) as Nena
  • Tatort (1 episode, 2005) as Natalie Bracault
  • Mutig in die neuen Zeiten – Im Reich der Reblaus (2005) as Valerie Ulmendorff
  • Mutig in die neuen Zeiten – Nur keine Wellen (2006) as Valerie Ulmendorff
  • Im Namen des Gesetzes (1 episode, 2008) as Nele Thieme
  • Rasmus and Johanna (2008) as Johanna Palmquist(drame sentimental de Gunter A.Krää-En français:"Un amour sans limite"
  • Rumpelstilzchen (2009) as Müllerstochter Lisa
  • Es liegt mir auf der Zunge (2009) as Gilla
  • Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei (1 episode, 2010) as Claudia
  • Schief gewickelt (2010)
  • Küstenwache (2 episodes, 2009–2011) as Gesa Hufeland
  • Countdown – Die Jagd beginnt (1 episode, 2011) as Lena Walther
  • Wilde Wellen – Nichts bleibt verborgen (2 episodes, 2011) as Sara
  • Die Hochzeit meines (2011) as Maren Elkberg
  • Die Harald Schmidt Show (1 episode, 2011) as Herself
  • The Strain (1 episode, 2015) as Helga


  • Before the Fall (2004) as Katharina
  • The Red Baron (2008) as Ilse
  • Berlin 36 (2009) as Elisabeth 'Lilly' Vogt
  • Die Tänzerin – Lebe deinen Traum (aka Born to Dance) (2011) as Anna Castell
  • 45 Minutes to Ramallah (2013) as Olga
  • Frei (2014) as Eva
  • Barbecue (2014) as Julie
  • Die Mamba (2014) as Agent Tripple D
  • Nicholas on Holiday (2014) as La jeune Allemande
  • The Last Witch Hunter (2015) as Witch Queen
  • Beyond Valkyrie: Dawn of the Fourth Reich (2016) as Elke Schroeder
  • Ein Sommer in Südfrankreich (2016) as Charlotte


  • 2007, Undine Award nomination for "Best Young Actress in a TV Movie" for Mutig in die neuen Zeiten
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