History Creator / JulieAndrews

14th May '16 1:09:06 PM nombretomado
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[[KnightFever Dame]] Julie Andrews is a world-famous British actress, most notable for her roles as Film/MaryPoppins and Maria von Trapp in the film version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''.

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[[KnightFever [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever Dame]] Julie Andrews is a world-famous British actress, most notable for her roles as Film/MaryPoppins and Maria von Trapp in the film version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''.



* KnightFever: Knighted as Dame in 2000 for her services to the performing arts.
13th Apr '16 4:13:24 PM Mdumas43073
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[[KnightFever Dame]] '''Julie Andrews''' is a world-famous British actress, most notable for her roles as Film/MaryPoppins and Maria von Trapp in the film version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''.

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[[KnightFever Dame]] '''Julie Andrews''' Julie Andrews is a world-famous British actress, most notable for her roles as Film/MaryPoppins and Maria von Trapp in the film version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''.
3rd Oct '15 7:58:18 AM dsneybuf
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She ended at #59 in ''Series/OneHundredGreatestBritons''.



* OddFriendship: Between herself and Creator/CarolBurnett, at first glance since one is primarily known being an EnglishRose while the other for a more working-class style of comedy. But both have their roots in vaudeville and share a similar sense of humor. They've appeared in three well-received TV specials together.

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* OddFriendship: Between herself and Creator/CarolBurnett, at first glance since one is primarily known being an EnglishRose while the other for a more working-class style of comedy. But both have their roots in vaudeville and share a similar sense of humor. They've appeared in three well-received TV specials together.together, the first of which has an opening number ("You're So London") highlighting their differences.
1st Sep '15 6:00:22 PM bombadil211
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* OddFriendship: Between herself and Creator/CarolBurnett, at first glance since one is primarily known being an EnglishRose while the other for a more working-class style of comedy. But both have their roots in vaudeville and share a similar sense of humor. They've appeared in three well-received TV specials together.
1st Sep '15 5:56:50 PM bombadil211
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* AwesomeDearBoy: She's very happy to lampoon her own image and to ham it up to get laughs.
* ClusterFBomb: She is infamously foul-mouthed behind the scenes in contrast to the public's perception of her as a proper English lady.



* TheMusical: Appeared in many musicals, where she sang her own parts.

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* TheMusical: Appeared in many musicals, where she sang got to show off her own parts. impressive vocal range.
14th Aug '15 3:39:17 PM Kitchen90
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Dame '''Julie Andrews''' is a world-famous British actress, most notable for her roles as Film/MaryPoppins and Maria von Trapp in the film version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''.

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Dame [[KnightFever Dame]] '''Julie Andrews''' is a world-famous British actress, most notable for her roles as Film/MaryPoppins and Maria von Trapp in the film version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''.


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* KnightFever: Knighted as Dame in 2000 for her services to the performing arts.
8th Jun '15 9:17:02 AM jayoungr
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She was married to director Creator/BlakeEdwards from 1969 until his death in 2010. She counts comedienne Creator/CarolBurnett, ''The Sound of Music'' co-star Creator/ChristopherPlummer and three-time co-star James Garner among her closest friends.

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She was married to and director Creator/BlakeEdwards from were married in 1969 [[RomanceOnTheSet during the filming of]] ''Film/DarlingLili'' and remained married until his death in 2010. She counts comedienne Creator/CarolBurnett, ''The Sound of Music'' co-star Creator/ChristopherPlummer and three-time co-star James Garner among her closest friends.
11th May '15 4:56:51 AM Patachou
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She made her Broadway debut in ''The Boy Friend'', but became a national sensation as Eliza Doolittle in the Broadway smash ''Theatre/MyFairLady''. In early 1957, she took a week off from the show to star in RodgersAndHammerstein's TV production of ''Film/{{Cinderella}}'', which became the most-watched television broadcast in history. While performing her third Broadway lead Queen Guenivere in ''Theatre/{{Camelot}}'' she was approached by Creator/WaltDisney, who asked her to star in the upcoming live-action adaptation of ''Film/MaryPoppins''. She agreed, and two years later won Best Actress in a Leading Role at both the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards of 1964 - beating out Audrey Hepburn, who was nominated only for the former award, for her role as... Eliza Doolittle in the film of ''Film/MyFairLady''. On top of that, Andrews gave a classic TakeThat acceptance speech at the Golden Globes which she thanked JackWarner for snubbing her for the film version of Eliza, and thus being able to trump Hepburn. The next year she had an even bigger smash hit she starred in the film of ''The Sound of Music''.

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She made her Broadway debut in ''The Boy Friend'', but became a national sensation as Eliza Doolittle in the Broadway smash ''Theatre/MyFairLady''. In early 1957, she took a week off from the show to star in RodgersAndHammerstein's Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein's TV production of ''Film/{{Cinderella}}'', which became the most-watched television broadcast in history. While performing her third Broadway lead Queen Guenivere in ''Theatre/{{Camelot}}'' she was approached by Creator/WaltDisney, who asked her to star in the upcoming live-action adaptation of ''Film/MaryPoppins''. She agreed, and two years later won Best Actress in a Leading Role at both the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards of 1964 - beating out Audrey Hepburn, who was nominated only for the former award, for her role as... Eliza Doolittle in the film of ''Film/MyFairLady''. On top of that, Andrews gave a classic TakeThat acceptance speech at the Golden Globes which she thanked JackWarner Jack Warner for snubbing her for the film version of Eliza, and thus being able to trump Hepburn. The next year she had an even bigger smash hit she starred in the film of ''The Sound of Music''.



She was married to director Creator/BlakeEdwards from 1969 until his death in 2010. She counts comedienne Carol Burnett, ''The Sound of Music'' co-star Creator/ChristopherPlummer and three-time co-star James Garner among her closest friends.

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She was married to director Creator/BlakeEdwards from 1969 until his death in 2010. She counts comedienne Carol Burnett, Creator/CarolBurnett, ''The Sound of Music'' co-star Creator/ChristopherPlummer and three-time co-star James Garner among her closest friends.


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She ended at #59 in ''Series/OneHundredGreatestBritons''.

!! Julie Andrews provides examples of:
* EnglishRose: She is mostly remembered as a perfectly decent and squeaky clean British woman, a role she played in her most famous films.
* IAmVeryBritish: To most people outside the UK she is the most famous example of an actress fitting this trope.
* TheMusical: Appeared in many musicals, where she sang her own parts.
* PopCulturalOsmosis: Andrews lives on in the public conscience as Mary Poppins and Maria in "The Sound Of Music".
30th Apr '15 9:42:10 AM dsneybuf
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Her career tapered off in the '90s, partly due to a botched vocal surgery that cost Andrews her four-octave range, but she returned full-force as Queen Clarisse in ''Film/ThePrincessDiaries'' in her first Disney film in 40 years. She went on to provide the voice of Queen Lillian in the ''{{WesternAnimation/Shrek}}'' franchise and star as Lily in ''Tooth Fairy''.

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Her career tapered off in the '90s, partly due to a botched vocal surgery that cost Andrews her four-octave range, but she returned full-force as Queen Clarisse in ''Film/ThePrincessDiaries'' in her first Disney film in 40 years. She went on to provide the voice of Queen Lillian in the ''{{WesternAnimation/Shrek}}'' franchise and franchise, star as Lily in ''Tooth Fairy''.
Fairy'', and voice Marlena Gru in ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe''.



She was married to director Creator/BlakeEdwards from 1969 until his death in 2010. She counts comedienne Carol Burnett, ''The Sound of Music'' co-star Christopher Plummer and three-time co-star James Garner among her closest friends.

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She was married to director Creator/BlakeEdwards from 1969 until his death in 2010. She counts comedienne Carol Burnett, ''The Sound of Music'' co-star Christopher Plummer Creator/ChristopherPlummer and three-time co-star James Garner among her closest friends.
11th Mar '15 2:41:37 PM StFan
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Andrews' other famous films include ''[[{{Film/SOB}} S.O.B.]]'', ''Film/ThoroughlyModernMillie'', ''Film/TheAmericanizationOfEmily'',[[note]]her personal favourite role, and co-star James Garner's as well[[/note]] and ''TornCurtain'' (directed by Creator/AlfredHitchcock).

She's also written several children's books under the name Julie Andrews Edwards, the most famous of which are ''TheLastOfTheReallyGreatWhangdoodles'' and ''Mandy''. Interestingly, most of the marketing for them doesn't mention the author's work as an actress. They're quite charming.

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Andrews' other famous films include ''[[{{Film/SOB}} S.O.B.]]'', ''Film/ThoroughlyModernMillie'', ''Film/TheAmericanizationOfEmily'',[[note]]her personal favourite role, and co-star James Garner's as well[[/note]] and ''TornCurtain'' ''Film/TornCurtain'' (directed by Creator/AlfredHitchcock).

She's also written several children's books under the name Julie Andrews Edwards, the most famous of which are ''TheLastOfTheReallyGreatWhangdoodles'' ''Literature/TheLastOfTheReallyGreatWhangdoodles'' and ''Mandy''. Interestingly, most of the marketing for them doesn't mention the author's work as an actress. They're quite charming.
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