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Hélène Joy is an Australian-born Canadian actress, prominently recognized for her roles in the television series “Durham County” and “Murdoch Mysteries.” Her performance in “Durham County” earned her the Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role in 2008.

Throughout her career, Joy has demonstrated a wide range of acting skills across various platforms. In television, she has been a staple of Canadian screens, with significant roles in “Durham County” as Audrey Sweeney and “Murdoch Mysteries” as Dr. Julia Ogden. Her portrayal in “Murdoch Mysteries” since 2008 has been a defining aspect of her career, contributing to the show’s longevity and success. Additionally, her film work includes roles in “Desolation Sound” and the festive musical film “The Secret of the Nutcracker,” alongside Brian Cox. Joy’s work extends to voice acting, where she has lent her voice to animated series such as “Pearlie” and “The Secret World of Og.”

Joy’s career is marked by noteworthy collaborations with a range of industry professionals. She worked alongside Brian Cox in “The Secret of the Nutcracker.” Her significant involvement in “Murdoch Mysteries” has seen her work closely with Yannick Bisson, Jonny Harris, and Thomas Craig. Her performances in “Durham County” were enhanced by the direction of Adrienne Mitchell and the screenplay by Laurie Finstad-Knizhnik.