Knowledge Identifier: +Julie_Andrews
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1935.
Countries: United States (62%), United Kingdom (22%), Canada (4%)
Linked to: Academy of Achievement, Cone-Ripman School, Harvard University, Buckingham Palace
Ella Shields - Ella worked with many stars over the years, including a very young Julie Andrews in the late 1940s with whom she shared the same bill of a Royal Command Performance
John Hewer - A stalwart of London 's Players Theatre throughout his career, he appeared in many musical theatrical productions, including "Sail Away" and "Six of One" in London's West End theatre, but the highlight of his theatrical career was starring opposite Julie Andrews in "The Boy Friend" on Broadway in the 1950s
Sandy Wilson - "The Boy Friend" for the Players' Theatre was written in 1953 and went on to be produced in the West End at Wyndhams Theatre in January 1954 and on Broadway in 1954, introducing Julie Andrews in her Broadway debut
The same year she made her debut as a theatre director, directing a revival of "The Boy Friend", the musical in which she made her 1954 Broadway debut, at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, New York
In November 1955 Andrews was signed to appear with Bing Crosby in what is regarded as the first made-for-television film, "High Tor"
In 1956, she appeared on stage in "My Fair Lady" as Eliza Doolittle to Rex Harrison's Henry Higgins
Jon Cypher - He made his television debut as the Prince in the original 1957 production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" opposite Julie Andrews in the title role
Ilka Chase - In 1957, she performed the role of the Stepmother in the television production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella", which starred Julie Andrews
CBS - It was originally broadcast live in color on CBS on March 31, 1957 as a vehicle for Julie Andrews, who played the title role; that broadcast was seen by over 100 million people
Rose-Marie - The most complete recording was made in 1958 by RCA Victor starring Julie Andrews and Giorgio Tozzi
Andrews married set designer Tony Walton on 10 May 1959 in Weybridge, Surrey
"Home" chronicles her early years in Britain's music hall circuit and ends in 1962 with her winning the role of Mary Poppins
Kathryn Grayson - Her casting in "The Merry Widow" led to her replacing Julie Andrews in 1962 as Queen Guinevere in "Camelot"
Between 1964 and 1967, Andrews had other box office successes with "The Americanization of Emily", "Hawaii", Alfred Hitchcock's "Torn Curtain", and "Thoroughly Modern Millie", making her the most successful film star in the world at that time
Jack Warner - Warner was criticized for choosing a non-singing star, Audrey Hepburn, to play the leading role of Eliza Doolittle; indeed, the 1964 Academy *award for Best Actress went to Julie Andrews, who had played Eliza on Broadway and the London Stage, for Mary Poppins, while Audrey Hepburn was not even nominated
Kana Uemura - Uemura first became interested in music, after watching Julie Andrews performance in the 1965 film "The Sound of Music"
Andre Previn - He collaborated with Julie Andrews on a collection of Christmas carols in 1966, focusing on rarely heard carols
Mildred Shay - In 1968 she returned to acting with a small role in the Julie Andrews film "'Star"'
Alice Ghostley - "The Julie Andrews Hour" was canceled by ABC in the spring of 1973 having completed a full season of twenty-four episodes
Jackie Gleason - In April 1974, Gleason revived several classic characters in a television special with Julie Andrews
In 1981, she appeared in Blake Edwards' "S.O.B." in which she played Sally Miles, a character who agrees to "show my boobies" in a scene in the film-within-a-film
Two years later, she was reunited for the third time with Carol Burnett for a variety special which aired on ABC in December 1989
In 1991, Andrews made her television dramatic debut in the ABC made-for-TV film, "Our Sons", co-starring Ann-Margret
Hugh Grant - In 1991, he played Julie Andrews' gay son in the ABC made-for-television film Our Sons.
In the summer of 1992 Andrews starred in her first television sitcom, "Julie", which aired on ABC and co-starred James Farentino
Rider Strong - In 1992, he received his first regular television series role as Julie Andrews's son on "Julie"
In 1993, she starred in a limited run at the Manhattan Theatre Club in the American premiere of Stephen Sondheim's revue, "Putting It Together"
Liza Minnelli - She returned to Broadway in 1997, taking over the title role in the musical Victor/Victoria, replacing Julie Andrews.
In 1998, she appeared in a stage production of Dr. Dolittle in London
The next year Andrews was reunited with James Garner for the CBS made-for-TV film, "One Special Night", which aired in November 1999
Sofia Vassilieva - In 2002 - 2003, she played the children's book heroine Eloise, in two made-for-television movies "Eloise at the Plaza" and "Eloise at Christmastime" directed by Kevin Lima, with Julie Andrews as Nanny
From 2005 to 2006, Andrews served as the Official Ambassador for Disneyland's 18-month-long, 50th anniversary celebration, the "Happiest Homecoming on Earth", travelling to promote the celebration, and recording narration and appearing at several events at the park
In 2015 Andrews made a surprise appearance at the Oscars, greeting Lady Gaga who paid her homage by singing a medley from "The Sound of Music"
Andrews will be joined by her assistant Gus and Greenies, a cast of original puppets built by The Jim Henson Company and will premiere on Netflix in 2017
In 2018, Andrews will be voicing a character in James Wan's "Aquaman"
The Princess Diaries (film) - In January 2019, Hathaway confirmed there is a script being written for a third film and that she, Julie Andrews, and producer Debra Martin-Chase are on board