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She was actually born in India, where her father was in charge of a tea plantation. After spending the latter part of TheFifties and the first part of TheSixties bouncing between the London stage, television, and smaller films, she had her breakthrough role in ''Film/BillyLiar'' in 1963. Two years later, she became a [[StarMakingRole major star]] on the strength of two films: ''Film/{{Darling}}'', for which she won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress, and ''Film/DoctorZhivago''. Appearing in a number of classic films, she established a reputation as an actress who didn't shy away from challenging parts, but was also quite picky in choosing projects. She turned down at least four roles that wound up earning Best Actress nominations for the person who ultimately got the part. She also became a major fashion icon who came to embody the Swinging London scene of TheSixties. She was also notable for being in a RelationshipRevolvingDoor with Creator/WarrenBeatty, who was her co-star in three films.

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She was actually born in India, where her father was in charge of a tea plantation. After spending the latter part of TheFifties and the first part of TheSixties bouncing between the London stage, television, and smaller films, she had her breakthrough role in ''Film/BillyLiar'' in 1963. Two years later, she became a [[StarMakingRole major star]] on the strength of two films: ''Film/{{Darling}}'', for which she won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress, and ''Film/DoctorZhivago''.

Appearing in a number of classic films, she Christie established a reputation as an actress who didn't shy away from challenging parts, but was also quite picky in choosing projects. She turned down at least four roles that wound up earning Best Actress nominations for the person who ultimately got the part. She also became a major fashion icon who came to embody the Swinging London scene of TheSixties. She was also notable for being in a RelationshipRevolvingDoor with Creator/WarrenBeatty, who was her co-star in three films.


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Julie Christie (born 1940) is a British actress.[[note]]She was actually born in India, where her father was in charge of a tea plantation[[/note]]

After spending the latter part of TheFifties and the first part of TheSixties bouncing between the London stage, television, and smaller films, she had her breakthrough role in ''Film/BillyLiar'' in 1963. Two years later, she became a [[StarMakingRole major star]] on the strength of two films: ''Film/{{Darling}}'', for which she won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress, and ''Film/DoctorZhivago''. Appearing in a number of classic films, she established a reputation as an actress who didn't shy away from challenging parts, but was also quite picky in choosing projects. She turned down at least four roles that wound up earning Best Actress nominations for the person who ultimately got the part. She also became a major fashion icon who came to embody the Swinging London scene of TheSixties. She was also notable for being in a RelationshipRevolvingDoor with Creator/WarrenBeatty, who was her co-star in three films.

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Julie Frances Christie (born 14 April 1940) is a British actress.[[note]]She actress.

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was actually born in India, where her father was in charge of a tea plantation[[/note]]

plantation. After spending the latter part of TheFifties and the first part of TheSixties bouncing between the London stage, television, and smaller films, she had her breakthrough role in ''Film/BillyLiar'' in 1963. Two years later, she became a [[StarMakingRole major star]] on the strength of two films: ''Film/{{Darling}}'', for which she won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress, and ''Film/DoctorZhivago''. Appearing in a number of classic films, she established a reputation as an actress who didn't shy away from challenging parts, but was also quite picky in choosing projects. She turned down at least four roles that wound up earning Best Actress nominations for the person who ultimately got the part. She also became a major fashion icon who came to embody the Swinging London scene of TheSixties. She was also notable for being in a RelationshipRevolvingDoor with Creator/WarrenBeatty, who was her co-star in three films.


Julie Christie (born 1940) is a British actress (though she was actually born in India).

After spending the latter part of TheFifties and the first part of TheSixties bouncing between the London stage, television, and smaller films, she had her breakthrough role in ''Film/BillyLiar'' in 1963. Two years later, she became a [[StarMakingRole major star]] on the strength of two films: ''Film/{{Darling}}'', for which she won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress, and ''Film/DoctorZhivago''. Appearing in a number of classic films, she established a reputation as an actress who didn't shy away from challenging parts, but was also quite picky in choosing projects. She turned down at least four roles that wound up earning Best Actress nominations for the person who ultimately got the part. She also became a major fashion icon who came to embody the Swinging London scene of TheSixties. She was well-known for being in a RelationshipRevolvingDoor with Creator/WarrenBeatty, who was her co-star in three films.

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Julie Christie (born 1940) is a British actress (though she actress.[[note]]She was actually born in India).

India, where her father was in charge of a tea plantation[[/note]]

After spending the latter part of TheFifties and the first part of TheSixties bouncing between the London stage, television, and smaller films, she had her breakthrough role in ''Film/BillyLiar'' in 1963. Two years later, she became a [[StarMakingRole major star]] on the strength of two films: ''Film/{{Darling}}'', for which she won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress, and ''Film/DoctorZhivago''. Appearing in a number of classic films, she established a reputation as an actress who didn't shy away from challenging parts, but was also quite picky in choosing projects. She turned down at least four roles that wound up earning Best Actress nominations for the person who ultimately got the part. She also became a major fashion icon who came to embody the Swinging London scene of TheSixties. She was well-known also notable for being in a RelationshipRevolvingDoor with Creator/WarrenBeatty, who was her co-star in three films.


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* ''Film/{{Dragonheart}}'' (1996)


* ''Film/MccabeAndMrsMiller'' (1971)--nominated for Best Actress

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Julie Christie (born 1940) is a British actress (though she was actually born in India).

After spending the latter part of TheFifties and the first part of TheSixties bouncing between the London stage, television, and smaller films, she had her breakthrough role in ''Film/BillyLiar'' in 1963. Two years later, she became a [[StarMakingRole major star]] on the strength of two films: ''Film/{{Darling}}'', for which she won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress, and ''Film/DoctorZhivago''. Appearing in a number of classic films, she established a reputation as an actress who didn't shy away from challenging parts, but was also quite picky in choosing projects. She turned down at least four roles that wound up earning Best Actress nominations for the person who ultimately got the part. She also became a major fashion icon who came to embody the Swinging London scene of TheSixties. She was well-known for being in a RelationshipRevolvingDoor with Creator/WarrenBeatty, who was her co-star in three films.

After a decade based in Hollywood, she moved back to Britain in 1977, and moved away from big time film projects to concentrate on [[DoingItForTheArt smaller films]], a career path that led to much critical acclaim and many awards (including two more Oscar nominations: ''Afterglow'' in 1997 and ''Away from Her'' in 2006).

Her appearances in supporting roles in several high-profile films at the start of the 2000s introduced her to younger film audiences.

!!Julie Christie on TV Tropes:

* ''Series/AForAndromeda'' (1961)--television serial that featured her first starring role
* ''Film/BillyLiar'' (1963)
* ''Film/{{Darling}}'' (1965)--Academy Award for Best Actress
* ''Film/DoctorZhivago'' (1965)
* ''Film/Fahrenheit451'' (1966)
* ''Literature/FarFromTheMaddingCrowd'' (1967)
* ''Film/{{Petulia}}'' (1968)
* ''Literature/TheGoBetween'' (1971)
* ''Film/MccabeAndMrsMiller'' (1971)--nominated for Best Actress
* ''Film/DontLookNow'' (1973)
* ''Film/{{Shampoo}}'' (1975)
* ''Film/{{Nashville}}'' (1975)--small cameo AsHerself
* ''Film/DemonSeed'' (1977)
* ''Film/HeavenCanWait1978''
* ''Film/FindingNeverland'' (2004)
* ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' (2004)
* ''Film/{{Troy}}'' (2004)
* ''Film/Glorious39'' (2009)

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