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Julie Frances Christie (1941)

Christie is a British actress who became an icon of the 1960s "Swinging London" era. Just four years after she made her film debut, she won an Academy Award for her performance in Darling (1965). Throughout the course of her long career, she has been notoriously selective about the roles she accepts and has appeared in such notable films as Dr. Zhivago and Hamlet. After resisting the idea of marriage for many years, Christie finally married for the first time at what age? More...
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Julie Frances Christie (1941)
Christie is a British actress who became an icon of the 1960s "Swinging London" era. Just four years after she made her film debut, she won an Academy Award for her performance in Darling (1965). Throughout the course of her long career, she has been notoriously selective about the roles she accepts and has appeared in such notable films as Dr. Zhivago and Hamlet. After resisting the idea of marriage for many years
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Christie was born in British India, she is the elder child of Rosemary, a painter, and Francis "Frank" St. John Christie.
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At the peak of her popularity, Christie made it a point to resist easy money and to be leery of fame. Often shunning the lure of mediocre Hollywood projects, the actress opted instead to play interesting roles in a series of films by respected international directors such as Lean, Truffaut, Richard Lester, Robert Altman, and Nicolas Roeg. Christie was comfortable in both contemporary and period pieces; in Lester’s Petulia (1968), she gave the defining performance of a 1960s free spirit, and in Altman’s period western McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971), she won another Oscar nomination for her portrait of a tough, unflappable madam. In Roeg’s disturbing psychological thriller Don’t Look Now (1973)—a film that has become something of a cult classic—Christie turned in what was perhaps her most emotionally layered performance to date as a woman haunted by the deaths of her daughter and husband yet determined to maintain her poise and dignity.


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Christie is a British actress who became an icon of the 1960s "Swinging London" era. Just four years after she made her film debut, she won an Academy Award for her performance in Darling (1965). Throughout the course of her long career, she has been notoriously selective about the roles she accepts and has appeared in such notable films as Dr. Zhivago and Hamlet. After resisting the idea of marriage for many years.
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