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Julia Nickson (born 11 September 1958) is a Singapore born American actress. She first came to the attention of audiences in the United States in the Sylvester Stallone film, Rambo: First Blood Part II . She appeared in the 2004 film Ethan Mao and in the 2008 independent film Half-Life .

Nickson was born in Singapore to a British father and a Chinese mother. She graduated from the Singapore American School and then attended the University of Hawaii . [1] She was married to actor/singer David Soul from 1987 to 1993. They have one daughter, China Soul , a singer/songwriter.

Julia Nickson (born 11 September 1958) is a Singapore born American actress. She first came to the attention of audiences in the United States in the Sylvester Stallone film, Rambo: First Blood Part II . She appeared in the 2004 film Ethan Mao and in the 2008 independent film Half-Life .

Nickson was born in Singapore to a British father and a Chinese mother. She graduated from the Singapore American School and then attended the University of Hawaii . [1] She was married to actor/singer David Soul from 1987 to 1993. They have one daughter, China Soul , a singer/songwriter.

Shanghai, 1927: hot, teeming, mysterious. Kenneth Ayres, a disciple of Freud, is an anonymous expatriate treating the lonely wives and daughters of British colonials. When Julia Paradise, the wife of an Australian missionary, is sent to him for psychoanalysis, he is seduced into her world, a kaleidoscope of incestuous eroticism and grotesque hallucinations.

Rod Jones is the author of five novels, short stories and travel writing. His first novel, Julia Paradise , won the fiction prize at the 1988 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature, was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award and was runner-up for France's Femina Etranger prize. It has been published throughout the world. His third novel, Billy Sunday , was the 1995 Age Book of the Year for fiction and won the 1996 National Book Council Award for fiction. Nightpictures was shortlisted for the 1998 Miles Franklin Literary Award. Swan Bay (2003) was shortlisted for both the New South Wales and Queensland Premier's Literary Awards.

'Jones should be counted amongst Australia's most interesting and talented novelists. His gift lies in his ability to write with crisp clarity about the murky and the intangible; with confidence and force about the uncertain; with detachment about passion and with passion about detachment.' Australian Book Review

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Julia Nickson (born 11 September 1958) is a Singapore born American actress. She first came to the attention of audiences in the United States in the Sylvester Stallone film, Rambo: First Blood Part II . She appeared in the 2004 film Ethan Mao and in the 2008 independent film Half-Life .

Nickson was born in Singapore to a British father and a Chinese mother. She graduated from the Singapore American School and then attended the University of Hawaii . [1] She was married to actor/singer David Soul from 1987 to 1993. They have one daughter, China Soul , a singer/songwriter.

Shanghai, 1927: hot, teeming, mysterious. Kenneth Ayres, a disciple of Freud, is an anonymous expatriate treating the lonely wives and daughters of British colonials. When Julia Paradise, the wife of an Australian missionary, is sent to him for psychoanalysis, he is seduced into her world, a kaleidoscope of incestuous eroticism and grotesque hallucinations.

Rod Jones is the author of five novels, short stories and travel writing. His first novel, Julia Paradise , won the fiction prize at the 1988 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature, was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award and was runner-up for France's Femina Etranger prize. It has been published throughout the world. His third novel, Billy Sunday , was the 1995 Age Book of the Year for fiction and won the 1996 National Book Council Award for fiction. Nightpictures was shortlisted for the 1998 Miles Franklin Literary Award. Swan Bay (2003) was shortlisted for both the New South Wales and Queensland Premier's Literary Awards.

'Jones should be counted amongst Australia's most interesting and talented novelists. His gift lies in his ability to write with crisp clarity about the murky and the intangible; with confidence and force about the uncertain; with detachment about passion and with passion about detachment.' Australian Book Review


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