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Helene Joy

Helene Joy is known as an Australian-Canadian actress. She is most famous for her role in Murdoch Mysteries.

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Background

Helene Joy was born on October 21, 1978, in Perth, Australia. Helene started acting when she was in high school, she attended Kewdale Senior High School in Australia. After completing her schooling, she went on a tour of Europe along with a youth theater company. Helene then studied theater as her major subject when she attended Curtin University. She obtained her acting diploma from the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth. She won the “Leslie Anderson Award for Best Performer at Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

Relationships

Helene Joy has not revealed any public information about her personal relationships or dating history.

Career

Helene got her first break in the TV industry at the age of 21 when she got a role in the 1996 Australian TV series, “Snowy River: The McGregor Saga”. She then started getting roles other TV series like “Water Rats” (1996-1997), “Big Sky” (1997), and “Stingers” (1999). She then went to Vancouver and got a role on a Canadian TV show called “First Wave” in the year 2000.

In 2001, she played a very important character in the famous TV series “The Outer Limits”. In 2002, she appeared in “The Chris Isaak Show” and the “Twilight Zone”. She appeared in the CBC TV series “An American in Canada" where she played Judy Surgick, who was the lead character of the show. In 2003, that show was a nominee for the “Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance Comedy Series/Program”. Although the show didn't win the award, the nomination put her among the very best of the TV industry.


Quick Facts
Birth Date: 27 May, 1973
Age: 46 yrs
Occupations: Actor
Film actor
Citizenship: Canada
Australia
Birth Place: Perth
Gender: Female
Description: Canadian actress
Net Worth 2020: 5 million
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Last Modified: Jun 27 2020
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