Julia Krynke


1 April 2015

‘Der Pfarrer und das das Mädchen’ airs on ZDF on Friday 3rd April

“Der Pfarrer und das Mädchen” by Maris Pfeiffer will be aired on Friday  3rd April  in Germany on ZDF at 21.15 .




2 October 2014

‘DCI Banks’ (ITV)

Julia is currently filming ‘DCI Banks’ (ITV), directed by David Richards and produced by Left Bank Pictures.

9 August 2014

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

Julia has just completed filming ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’, directed by Joss Whedon and produced by Marvel Studios. The film is scheduled for release in May 2015.

31 January 2014


Julia has just finished filming ‘Undocument’, a four-part feature film by Kyla Simone Bruce and Amin Bakhshian. She plays the part of Laura in ‘Build’, written and directed by Kyla Simona Bruce. To read more about the film click here.

25 November 2013

‘Der Pfarrer und das Mädchen’ (ZDF)

Julia is currently filming ‘Der Pfarrer und das Mädchen’, directed by Maris Pfeiffer and produced by Ufa Fiction/ZDF. Read more here.

6 November 2013

‘The Game’ (BBC)

Julia has just finished filming ‘The Game’, a new BBC spy drama by Toby Whithouse, directed by Daniel O’Hara.

22 October 2013

‘Casualty Christmas Red Button’ (BBC)

Julia recently completed shooting as Ania on ‘Casualty Christmas Red Button’ directed by Sean Gleeson.

26 June 2013

‘Line of Duty’ (BBC)

Julia is currently filming the second series of ‘Line of Duty’, directed by Daniel Nettheim and written by Jed Mercurio.

5 May 2013

‘Lekarze’ to be aired on Monday 6th May on TVN

Miroslawa Ziemska (Julia Krynke) is rushed to hospital with a serious condition. In danger of losing a leg to a blood clot, it is only her doctor Alicja’s (Magdalena Rozczka) quick-thinking that saves her life. At the same time, she has an even greater challenge to surmount. She must reveal the dark truth of her respected father – a truth that will shake everyone to the core. ‘Lekarze’ will be aired on Monday 6th May in Poland on TVN at 9.30 p.m.

5 March 2013


Julia has just finished shooting ‘Flight’, written and directed by Gillian Pachter. ‘Flight’ is a short comedy-drama about two lonely people who are stuck in an airport car park. Frank’s a toll booth operator, losing his grip on a world that is becoming automated. To make matters worse, his wife’s on a round-the-world trip and it does not look like she is coming back. Lule is visiting the airport for a sad anniversary; she is not going anywhere either. Frank and Lule feel at the end of the line. But when their paths cross, both take an unexpected detour.