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Hélène Joy is an Australian-born Canadian actress.
Hélène Joy was born on October 21, 1978, in Perth, Australia. She is a phenomenal performer who is famous for her most remarkable roles in numerous movies, TV series, and theater.
Helene's astounding performance in 'Durham County' and 'Murdoch Mysteries' raised her popularity. She started her career with the Australian television series 'Snowy River: The McGregor Saga' in 1996 after graduating from Curtin University and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth, Australia. Helene Joy has appeared in several TV shows like 'The Outer Limits', 'The Twilight Show', 'Puppets Who Kill', 'Beautiful People', 'This is Wonderland', and so on. Helene Joy's theatrical career kick-started in Australia, featuring in the Shakespeare program at the Bell Shakespeare Company. Then she became unstoppable.
Helene has acted in certain films, including 'The Beneficiary', 'The Bottom Of The Hill', 'Sadie's Last Days on Earth', and more. She kept on touching the hearts of people with her extraordinary acting skills. Besides being a passionate and dedicated actor, Helene is also a voice artist. Her debut voice-over was for Sunnyside and Shelly in 'The Eggs' in 2004. Apart from this, Helene Joy is now an expert and is licensed as a real estate agent in Australia and has numerous property developments on the go. Helene is available on social media like Facebook and Instagram. Helene is a diligent actress and amazes her fans with her performances.
Helene Joy's net worth is approximately $1.5 million.
Helene Joy's major source of income is from her TV series and movies. There is no exact information about her earnings per year.
Helene Joy is 5 ft 9 in (175 cm) tall.
Helene Joy's birthday is on October 21. As of 2022, she is 43 years old.
Hélène Joy was born on October 21, 1978, in Perth, Australia. She is a fantabulous actor. Any information with respect to her other family members is not available in the public domain. Helene has always preferred to keep her personal life details private.
Helene's early life began with schooling at Kewdale Senior High School, where she laid the foundations of her acting career. This opened the doors for her to a local youth theater, the Melbourne Theatre Company, which enabled her to sharpen her acting abilities.
Helene Joy also toured the entire of Europe, having majored at Curtin University in Perth, Australia, in theater. She got herself admitted to the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, where she bagged the Academy's Leslie Anderson Award for Best Performer.
Helene is currently single and is not dating anyone. Previously she was in a serious relationship, but things didn't work out well, so they parted ways. But the name of her ex-boyfriend is not known.
Helene Joy started her acting career with minor roles in Australian television series, including 'Snowy River: The McGregor Saga' as Agnes Windsor in 1996, 'G.P' as Sasha Smith in 1996, 'Water Rats' as Lucu White between 1996–97, 'Big Sky' as Kate Vernon in 1997, 'Fable' as Shilly in 1997, 'Blue Heelers' as Marina Armstrong in 1998, 'Never Tell Me Never' as Nancy in 1998 and 'Stingers' as Anna De Grootin 1999, 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' as Mary Riley in 2000, 'First Wave' as Dr. Victoria Kelly in 2000, 'The Outer Limits' as Dr. Louisa Kennedy in 2001, 'The Twilight Zone' as Linda in 2002, 'Andromeda' as Alien Queen in 2003, and 'Puppets Who Kill' as Hazel in 2004.
Joy had lived in Australia all her life until her boyfriend, who is also an actor, asked her to join him. Helene, therefore, left Australia and moved to her boyfriend's hometown of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. Helene Joy also grabbed leading characters, such as in 'The Murdoch Mysteries: Under the Dragon's Trail', while staying in Vancouver. Back in Toronto, she appeared in continuing roles in the famous TV Series 'This is Wonderland', and 'ReGenesis'.
She continued her acting career with the primetime soap opera, 'The Secret World of Og' as Patsy or 'Mrs. Berton' in 2006 and 'Durham County' as Audrey Sweeney in 2007. On Christmas 2007, Joy also appeared in the fantastical musical film version of the Nutcracker ballet, 'The Secret of the Nutcracker'.
Helene Joy played a different character in 'The Murdoch Mysteries: Under the Dragon's Tail', a film about William Murdoch and his stupendous detective skills, but Maureen Jennings, the show's writer, was so impressed with her skills that he made his mind to cast her in his show and shortlisted her as Dr. Julia Ogden. Consequently, Helene started playing this role in the famous prime-time detective series 'Murdoch Mysteries'.
'Murdoch Mysteries' was a turning point in her life as it is regarded as one of her best roles. She kept on doing brilliant shows like 'A Heartland Christmas' as Joanna Hawke in 2010, 'Rookie Blue Giselle Armstrong' in 2011, the 'Republic of Doyle' as Tamararfter in 2012, and 'Heartland' as Joanna Hawke in between 2014-2015, 'Air Farce Canada 150' as Ronnie the Friend Gun Girlvarriving in 2017. Helene Joy's showy career started in Australia with parts within the Shakespeare Program at the Bell Shakespeare Company. Her fabulous acting was acknowledged by all.
Helene Joy also acted in certain films like 'The Beneficiary' as Helen Destrehan in 1997, 'Desolation Sound' as Laurel Elliott in 1997, 'Feed' as Young Phillip's Mother in 2005, 'At the Bottom of the Hill' as Alice in 2011, 'Sadie's Last Days in Earth' as Hope Mitchell in 2016, and 'Woman in Car' as Anne in 2021. Helene Joy is also a voice actor and has done voice-over in several shows.
Helene Joy also did voice acting for Sunnyside and Shelly in 'The Eggs' in 2004, Gabby and Polly in 'Faireez' in 2005, Patsy and Mrs. Berton in 'The Secret World of Og' in 2006, Opal in 'Pearlie' in 2009, and Vice Principal Victoria in 'Detentionaire' in 2012.
Helene Joy is a stupendous actor. Helene has been felicitated with innumerable awards for her commendable performances in a lot of movies, films, and tv series. In 2006, Joy was designated for a Gemini Award for Best Performance by an On-screen character in a Featured Supporting Part supporting role in the famous prime-time TV film 'Murdoch Mysteries: Under the Dragon's Tail', apart from being nominated for the Best Performing Actress in a Guest Role for her sensational role in Drama Series 'ReGenesis'.
In 2011 and once more in 2012, she was nominated for Extraordinary Performing Artist in light of her contributions to the famous 'Murdoch Mysteries: Under the Dragon's Tail' by the Monte-Carlo Television Celebration Awards. She also bagged the Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a running Dramatic role in 2008 for her marvelous character in 'Durham County'.
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