Julie Christie

Oscar Winner

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Julie was born under the official name Christie, Julie Frances on April 14th, 1941. Known to her close friends as Jules, she has been a credited actor since the 1965 film Doctor Zhivago.

Julie Christie has yet to establish a position as a bankable star. She has starred in two films including the 1973 drama movie Don't Look Now as the character Laura Baxter and the 1971 drama film The Go-Between playing Marian - Lady Trimingham.

Julie is a recognizable supporting cast member who's acting range makes her the top choice for a variety of roles. She has appeared in seven films including: the 2011 fantasy film Red Riding Hood as the character Grandmother, the 2005 drama movie The Secret Life of Words playing Inge and the 2004 biography release Finding Neverland cast as Mrs. Emma du Maurier.

Julie Christie has earned salaries up to $400,000 for her acting and also participates in back end. Her most commercially successful project to date has been the 1965 drama film Doctor Zhivago, which brought in $112,000,000 at the box office.

Julie is a cultural icon, having been featured on the cover of at least sixteen magazines, captured in more than thirteen pictorials, interviewed in over six publications and featured in eleven magazine articles. She has been the subject of at least two books.

As an actor Julie Christie has been recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Art and Sciences on four occasions. Her first Oscar was for Best Actress for her portrayal of Diana Scott in the 1965 film Darling. Julie Christie was also nominated for Best Actress for her role as Mrs. Constance Miller in the 1971 movie McCabe & Mrs. Miller , Best Actress In A Leading Role for her role as Phyllis Mann in the 1997 movie Afterglow and Best Actress In A Leading Role for her role as Fiona in the 2007 movie Away from Her .

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Julies father ran a tea plantation in Assam, India, where she grew up.
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