JULIA NICKSON (Sarah), born and raised in Singapore, has starred in a wide variety of roles in film and television. Her film credits incude China Cry, for which she received resounding critical acclaim in the title role of Nora Lam, as well Rambo: First Blood Part 11, Sidekicks and K-2. Ms. Nickson also starred as the glamorous Orlando Ramos in James Clavell's Noble House, as Princess Aouda against Pierce Brosnan's Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days and in Genghis Khan, as Bortei, the Khan's first wife.
Her extensive television credits include several M.O.W.'s, The Girl Who Came Between Them, The Silver Fox, The Chinatown Murders, Dark Justice as well as recurring roles on Babylon 5, Walker, Texas Ranger, The Fifth Corner, One West Waikiki, and The Young and the Restless. Episodics include The Division, Nash Bridges, JAG, and Chicago Hope.
Julia's first independent film, Life Tastes Good, which premiered in Sundance was written and directed by Philip Kan Gotanda. Ms. Nickson is proud to play Sarah, in Ethan Mao. The collaboration between the actors and the filmmaker, Quentin Lee, was truly a wonderful blend of support and artistic integrity. Ms. Nickson is also the mother of singer, songwriter, China Soul.