Julia worked as a television presenter in L!VE TV and Los Angeles correspondent for GMTV before joining BBC Network. Firstly, she along with co-host, Arkin Salih hosted the BBC's "Are We Being Served?;" until it received criticism as the evilest programme ever made. Afterward, she presented four series of Kill It, Cook It, Eat It on BBC Three continuously from 2008 to 2011, which went successfully hit.
Julia also presented Watchdog, Ultimate Britain - Climbing, Wainwright Walks, walking-themed series Julia Bradbury's German Wanderlust and Julia Bradbury's Icelandic Walk.
She also presented a series called That's Britain!, co-presented documentary series The Great British Countryside alongside Hugh Dennis and also Planet Earth Live along with Richard Hammond in 2012. After working for eight years, Julia Bradbury left BBC. Furthermore, Bradbury also worked for ITV, Channel 5 and BBC London 94.9.
Moving towards her personal life, Julia Bradbury married to her long-term boyfriend Gerard Cunningham, Irish professional property developer, in 2000. They welcomed their first child, a son Zephyrus Cunningham in 2011.
Further, Julia announced that she is pregnant and expecting twins in 2014. She gave birth to daughters Xanthe and Zena in 2015. Julia and Gerard are living together happily along with their children and they have no sign and rumors of divorce.
Julia Bradbury earns the good sum of money in her career. Being television presenter, she worked on different TV and radio stations including BBC. In BBC she presented and hosted several hit programme through which she receives a decent amount of money.
She collects £400,000 - £499,999 salary from BBC and also invest in Isas which is a mixture of stocks-and-shares and that adds values of her financial status. Her current net worth is around $1.5 million.