Helene Joy is a versatile and talented Australian-Canadian award-winning actress and is known for role in Durham County. She is remembered for CBC comedy series An American in Canada where she featured in two seasons. Since 2003, she has been contributing to Canadian television where she starred in the acclaimed TV series Murdoch Mysteries and M.V.P.
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In 1996, she made her debut as an actress in Australian television series Snowy River: The McGregor Saga where she played a minor role. She then played the role of Helen Desareé in the 1997 movie The Beneficiary. From 1997 to 2013, she played in various films and over two dozens of TV series like Never Tell Me Never; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; Murdoch Mysteries: The Curse of the Lost Pharaohs; and Murdoch Mysteries: Nightmare on Queen Street.
She starred as Joanna Hawke in 2014 CBC's Canadian drama series Heartland where she appeared in two episodes. In 2016, she appeared as Hope Mitchell in the Canadian comedy film Sadie's Last Days on Earth which was produced by BrancSeater Productions.
Helene won Leo Award in 2005 for Desolation Sound as Best Lead Performance by an Actress in a Feature Length Drama. She has also been nominated in Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role and Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role for her movie The Murdoch Mysteries: Under the Dragon’s Tail and TV series ReGenesis respectively. In 2008, she won the Gemini Award for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role for her character in Durham County.
As an award-winning actress, she has a 20 years experience in the entertainment industry through which she has derived her net worth. In Australia, she is a licensed real estate agent. Her secondary passion is house-flipping, and in the mid-2010's, she bought a house worth $40,000 in Toronto real estate and invested the profits in her new condo.
Dating With Actor Boyfriend
The beautiful actress revealed in an interview that she had a past relationship. While talking to The Globe and Mail, she explained that she moved to Canada with her actor boyfriend. She also told that her partner was the cast of TV series Flippers. She admitted that her life turned upside down after she met her Canadian boyfriend.
She broke her ties with the unnamed boyfriend but remains on good terms. As of now, she is not married but portrays the role of a married woman like a pro. In the Canadian dramatic TV series, Durham County, she plays the lead role of Audrey Sweeney, a neglected wife who has survived a frightening period of breast cancer. Her on-screen husband is Canadian actor Hugh Dillon who played the role of Detective Mike Sweeney.
Also in the Canadian television series Murdoch Mysteries, she plays the role of Dr. Julia Ogden who is married to lead character Detective William Murdoch played by actor Yannick Bisson. When Yannick won the Fan's Choice Award on 13 March 2016, she congratulated her on-screen husband via her Twitter.
Helene gets into character with on-screen husband Yannick in series Murdoch Mysteries (Photo: thewest.com.au)
Helene now calls Toronto her home, and in her off time, she travels for a month to Asia or South America.
Helene was born on 21 October 1978 in Perth capital of Western Australia. She holds the dual nationality of Canada and Australia and carries white ethnicity. Helene stands at the height of 1.7 m (5' 7"). In 1995, she completed her education at Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts in Perth, Western Australia. As per wiki, her family raised her in Perth, Australia. The Australian-born actress was raised by her single mother who is a real estate agent. She has siblings and was born as the youngest in her family.