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Julie Harris

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Julie Harris

American stage, screen, and television actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1925.

Countries: United States (60%), United Kingdom (21%), Canada (5%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Marlon Brando, Ethel Waters, Shelley Winters

Linked to: The Hewitt School, White House, CBS, Yale School of Drama

 

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Julie Harris was born in 1925 add something


1947

John Forsythe - In 1947, Forsythe joined the initial class of the soon-to-be prestigious Actors Studio, where he met other promising young actors including Marlon Brando and Julie Harris

 

Steven Hill - In 1947, Hill joined such other actors as Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, and Julie Harris, as one of the 50 fortunate applicants to be accepted by the newly created Actors Studio


1948

William Greaves - In 1948, Greaves joined The Actor's Studio and studied alongside the likes of Marlon Brando, Julie Harris, Anthony_Quinn, Shelley Winters, and others


1950

Ethel Waters - In 1950, she won the New York Drama Critics Circle *award for her performance opposite Julie Harris in the play "The Member of the Wedding"

 

Shelley Winters - Throughout the 1950s, Winters continued in films, including "Meet Danny Wilson" as Frank Sinatra's leading lady, most notably in Charles Laughton's 1955 "Night of the Hunter", with Robert Mitchum and Lillian Gish, and the less successful "I Am A Camera" starring opposite Julie Harris and Laurence Harvey


1952

Harris's screen debut was in 1952, repeating her Broadway success as the monumentally lonely teenage girl Frankie in Carson McCullers' "The Member of the Wedding", for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress add something

 

Edward Anhalt - Perhaps their most notable effort was the 1952 screen version of Carson McCullers' "The Member of the Wedding" which preserved the stage performances of Julie Harris, Brandon deWilde and Ethel Waters


1955

The Lark - It was presented on Broadway in English in 1955, starring Julie Harris as Joan and Boris Karloff as Pierre Cauchon


1957

Laurence Harvey - Harvey appeared twice more on Broadway, in 1957 with Julie Harris, Pamela Brown and Colleen Dewhurst in William Wycherley's "The Country Wife", and as Shakespeare's Henry V in 1959, as part of the Old Vic company, which featured a young Judi Dench as Katherine, the Daughter of the King of France


1961

One of her most famous television roles was as Queen Victoria, in the 1961 "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production of Laurence Housman's "Victoria Regina", for which she won an Emmy add something

 

George C. Scott - He appeared opposite Sir Laurence Olivier and Julie Harris in Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory for television in 1961.

 

James Donald - In 1961, he played Prince Albert opposite Julie Harris's Queen Victoria, in the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of Laurence Housman's play "Victoria Regina"

 

William Shatner - In 1961, he starred in the Broadway play "A Shot in the Dark" with Julie Harris and directed by Harold Clurman


 

In 1966, Harris won the Sarah Siddons award for her work in Chicago theatre add something


1968

Jay Presson Allen - After "Jean Brodie", Allen had another success on Broadway with "Forty Carats" ; her adaptation of the French boulevard comedy by Pierre Barillet and Jean-Pierre Gredy premiered in December 1968 with Julie Harris as the 42-year-old who has an affair with a 22-year-old man


1973

She reprised her Tony-winning role as Mary Todd Lincoln in 1973's play "The Last of Mrs. Lincoln" in the film version, which appeared in 1976 add something

 

Richard Long (actor) - In 1973 he starred alongside Julie Harris in the short-lived series, "Thicker than Water"


1976

She first performed the play in 1976 and subsequently appeared in other solo shows, including Luce's "Bronte" add something


1980

The role was as a recurring character from 1980 to 1981 and as a series regular from 1981-1987 add something


 

In 1994, she was awarded the National Medal of Arts add something


1999

Dan Byrd - His first screen role was in the 1999 film "The First of May", which starred Julie Harris and Mickey Rooney


2001

Harris has survived breast cancer, a severe fall requiring surgery, and a stroke in 2001 add something


 

She is a member of the American Theatre Hall of Fame and received the 2002 Special Lifetime Achievement Tony award add something


2005

On December 5, 2005, she was named a Kennedy Center Honoree add something

 

Christopher Seufert - According to IMDB Seufert directed actress Julie Harris as voice talent in five documentary projects and directed CBS journalist Walter Cronkite in a 2005 documentary about the early wireless stations of radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi

 

Michele Lee - Also in 2005, she appeared alongside Tyne Daly, Leslie Uggams, Christine Baranski and Karen Ziemba for the Kennedy Center Honor of Julie Harris


2008

In the summer of 2008, Ms. Harris appeared on-stage again in her hometown of Chatham as Nanny in Monomoy Theater production of "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds" add something


2009

She held the record for most Tony wins until Angela Lansbury tied her in 2009 add something


2013

Harris died on August 24, 2013, of congestive heart failure at her home in West Chatham, Massachusetts add something

 

On August 28, 2013, Broadway theaters dimmed their lights for one minute in honor of Harris add something