Julie-Marie Parmentier is a French actress. She began practising theater at nine years old, in Saint-Quentin, Aisne. At the age of fifteen, she played in her first feature film, Petites, by Noémie Lvovsky. Since then, she has worked with many important directors. She garnered critical acclaim for her roles in films such as Les Blessures Assassines by Jean-Pierre Denis, Charly by Isild Le Besco and No et moi by Zabou Breitman. She has been nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actress for her role in Les Blessures Assassines and for which she won a Best Actress Award at the Mar del Plata Film Festival. She has also appeared in such films as Sheitan by Kim Shapiron, Around a Small Mountain by Jacques Rivette and Les Adieux à la reine by Benoît Jacquot. She is also a famous actress on stage. She has collaborated for more than ten years with André Engel, for who she played, among others, Cordelia in King Lear along Michel Piccoli, and Catherine in La petite Catherine de Heilbronn. Julie-Marie worked at the Comédie-Française, where she was praised for Agnès in L'école des Femmes and Camille in On ne badine pas avec l'amour. She won the Jean-Jacques Gauthier prize for Best Drama Actress for her monologue La séparation des songes by Jean Delabroy directed by Michel Didym.