Julian Foster’s Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Secrets in Paradise, Net Worth, and Salary

Julian Foster Biography

Julia Foster is an accomplished English stage, screen, and television actress. Foster began her filmmaking journey as a writer, but her path shifted when she was unexpectedly cast as the lead in the first short film she worked on behind the scenes. Since then, she has developed a deep passion for acting. Transitioning her focus to becoming an actress, Julian has appeared in numerous short films and commercials, primarily in South Florida. She is also known for appearing in the new series Secrets in Paradise which is being premiered on Hulu TV.

Julian Foster Age

Foster was born on 2 August 1943 in Lewes, Sussex, England, UK. Julian therefor celebrates her birthday on the 2nd of August each year. She is 81 years old as of 2024.

Julian Foster Height

Foster stands at an approximate height of 5 feet and 7 inches.

Julian Foster Family

Foster has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any details about her parents. It is also not known if Foster has any siblings.

Julian Foster Husband

Foster Lewes, Sussex, was married to Lionel Morton, the former lead singer of the 1960s pop band The Four Pennies. She later married veterinarian Bruce Fogle, with whom she had television celebrity, Ben Fogle. Outside of her acting work, Julia has a daughter from her brief first marriage to singer Lionel Morton, and a son and a daughter with her second husband Bruce Fogle. Foster also established her own antique furniture business.

Julian Foster’s Net Worth

Foster has an estimated net worth of $5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a television actress.

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Julian Foster Career

Foster is a highly skilled English actress known for her work on stage, screen, and television. She began as a writer in filmmaking and found herself cast as the protagonist in the first short film he was involved in behind the scenes. This experience brought a newfound passion for acting within her. Shifting his career focus, Julian has since appeared in various short films and commercials, predominantly in the South Florida region.

Her notable film roles include appearances in “The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner” (1962), “The System” (1964) alongside Oliver Reed, “The Bargee” (1964) with Harry H. Corbett, “Alfie” (1966) starring Michael Caine, “Half a Sixpence” (1967) with Tommy Steele, and “Percy” (1971) featuring Hywel Bennett.

On television, Foster appeared in various productions such as an episode of “Doctor in the House” in 1969, portrayed the titular character in the BBC’s “Moll Flanders” (1975), starred in the Yorkshire Television series “Wilde Alliance” (1978) alongside John Stride, and featured in a British TV advertisement for Esure car insurance with Michael Winner. She also played Queen Margaret of Anjou in the BBC Television Shakespeare adaptations of “Henry VI, Part 1,” “Henry VI, Part 2,” and “The Tragedy of Richard III” in January 1983.

Foster made her stage debut with the Brighton Repertory Theatre and her London debut in “Travelling Light” at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1965. Throughout her career, she has appeared in numerous London stage productions, including performances at The Globe Theatre, Lyric Theatre (Hammersmith), Queens Theatre, Criterion Theatre, King’s Head Theatre, Royal Court Theatre, Apollo Theatre, New End Theatre, as well as at venues in the UK such as the Nottingham Playhouse, New Theatre Oxford, Birmingham Repertory Company, and Citizens Theatre, Glasgow.

She also made appearances on television shows like “Juke Box Jury” in 1967, “Call My Bluff” in 1971, and was a castaway on “Desert Island Discs” in 1976. In 2020, she portrayed Vilma in “Orphan 55,” the third episode of series 12 of “Doctor Who.”

Julian Foster Leave It to Beaver

Foster starred in an American television situation comedy “Leave It to Beaver” and took the role of Cheryl Holdridge another of Wally’s girlfriends. The series revolves around young Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver (played by Jerry Mathers) and the trouble he finds himself in while navigating a world that can often seem irrational. Legend has it that when he was a baby, his older brother Wallace “Wally” (portrayed by Tony Dow) mispronounced “Theodore” as “Tweedor.”

In response, their steadfast yet affectionate parents, Ward (depicted by Hugh Beaumont) and June Cleaver (played by Barbara Billingsley), decided that “Beaver” had a nicer ring to it. However, Mathers has revealed that the true origin of the name “Beaver” stems from one of the show’s writers, Joe Connelly, who had a fellow serviceman named “The Beaver” during World War II. This inspired the creation of the Cleaver family name.

Julian Foster Illness

No reports indicate any illness affecting Foster. Throughout her esteemed career, no public disclosures or indications of any health issues have been disclosed. Foster continues to engage in professional endeavors, upholding her vitality and active involvement in the entertainment sector.

Julian Foster Half a Sixpence

Foster starred in a 1967 British musical film “Half a Sixpence” and took the role of Ann. In the era of Victorian England, a boy named Arthur Kipps, known affectionately as “Artie,” stumbles upon a sixpence while strolling by a river in the company of his childhood companion, Ann. Subsequently, he is relocated to a neighboring town where he is to serve as a draper. Years later, Arthur reunites with Ann, and as a token of their enduring affection, he splits the coin in two and presents one half to Ann.

Julian Foster All Coppers Are…

Julian starred in a 1972 British drama film “All Coppers Are…” taking the role of Sue. A young policeman in London and a minor criminal become love rivals. Officer Joe is married with a child, but when he encounters Sue, Barry’s partner, there’s an immediate spark between them. Amidst a chaotic protest at an embassy, Joe confronts Barry during a robbery, resulting in Barry shooting him with a shotgun before fleeing.

Julian Foster Alfie

Foster starred in a 1966 British comedy-drama film “Alfie” and took the role of Gilda. Alfie Elkins engages in casual affairs with both married and single women, shying away from any form of commitment. While ending an affair with Siddie, a married woman, he finds himself facing the consequences of impregnating his submissive girlfriend, Gilda. Unconcerned about his actions, Alfie even encourages Gilda to engage in petty theft alongside him. Despite his reluctance to settle down and his continuous infidelity, Gilda chooses to keep their child, Malcolm Alfred, opting for motherhood over abandonment.

Julian Foster’s Secrets in Paradise

Foster starred in the fresh series “Secrets in Paradise,” which debuted on April 9, 2024, on Hulu TV. This captivating reality show overflows in the luxury of uber-rich locals and expatriates in Grand Cayman. Set against the backdrop of paradise, the series navigates the webs of relationships, friendships, and career ambitions, uncovering a realm teeming with passion and hidden truths. Julian shares the screen with a lineup of renowned actors and actresses, including:

  1. Victoria Jurkowski
  2. Elizabeth Chambers
  3. Trevor Coleman
  4. Aaron Bernardo
  5. Courtney McTaggart
  6. Selita Ebanks
  7. Connor Bunney
  8. Cass Lacelle
  9. Dillon Claassens
  10. Craig Jervis

Julian Foster The Bargee

Julian starred in a 1964 British comedy film shot in Techniscope “The Bargee” Christine Turnbull”. Hemel holds Christine in high regard, yet he’s aware of Joe’s idea of his daughter being involved with a canal worker. When Ronnie arrives, he takes Joe to the pub to keep him occupied while Hemel and Christine spend time together. Despite Christine’s aversion to the idea of living on a boat, she tries to convince Hemel to abandon the canal life and seek employment on solid ground. However, Hemel resists, feeling uneasy about Christine’s talk of marriage and settling down. Just as he narrowly avoids being caught by Joe, who returns home intoxicated after falling for Ronnie’s drinking challenge.

Julian Foster Social Media Platforms

She is active on her social media accounts and often posts on her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.



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