Julia Karin Ormond (born 4 January 1965) is an English actress.
The story revolves around Jack Lithgow played by Bill Paterson, a Home Office minister in the UK government engaged in combating heroin importation.
Julia Ormond plays his drug addicted daughter Caroline an early role that won glowing reviews.
Ormond subsequently appeared in several television films early in her career, such as Young Catherine (1991) and Stalin (1992).
In 1993 Ormond made her film debut in the lead role of an international movie, The Baby of Mâcon.
Kennedy Journalism Award, and was an official selection of the Toronto and Berlin International Film Festivals.
She also guest starred in the tenth and final season of USA Network's series Law & Order: Criminal Intent in 2011.
In addition, she played the part of Marie Calvet, mother to Megan Draper, in the AMC TV series Mad Men.
In the following year she co-starred with Brad Pitt in Legends of the Fall.
In 1995, Ormond played lead roles in Jerry Zucker's First Knight opposite Richard Gere and Sean Connery and also in Sydney Pollack's Sabrina with Harrison Ford.
Since the late 1990s Ormond has appeared in indie and television movies and played supporting roles in films, such as The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008), Che: Part One (2008) and My Week with Marilyn (2011).
She has an independent production company, Indican Productions, based in New York City, and she executive-produced the Cinemax Reel Life documentary Calling the Ghosts: A Story about Rape, War and Women, which won a Cable ACE Award and a Robert F.