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Julia Blake

Julia Blake
Born 1936 (age 78–79)
London, England
Other names Julie Blake
Years active 1963–present
Spouse(s) Terry Norris (19??-present)

Julia Blake (born 1936 in London, United Kingdom) is an Australian actress of theatre and television based in Australia. She is best known to television audiences for her three roles in the cult series Prisoner – Evelyn Randall in 1981, Alice Dodds in 1983 and Nancy McCormack in 1986.

Personal life

She is married to Terry Norris and is the mother of aspiring actresses Sarah and Jane Norris.


Blake has also worked extensively in Australian cinema, with appearances in:

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