Actress, Julie Christie, was born Julie Frances Christie on Apr 14, 1941 in Chabua, India. As of December 2021, Julie Christie was 80 years old.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Julie Christie was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning one for Best Actress for Darling (as Diana Scott) in 1965.
|1965||Best Actress||Darling (1965)||Diana Scott||Won|
|1971||Best Actress||McCabe & Mrs. Miller||Mrs. Constance Miller||Nominated|
|1997||Best Actress||Afterglow (1997)||Phyllis Mann||Nominated|
|2007||Best Actress||Away from Her (2006)||Fiona||Nominated|
Warner Archive Blu-ray: in Demon Seed (1977)By KC on Apr 26, 2017 From Classic Movies
Demon Seed is an odd film. It works well on some levels, and misfires on others. Depending on which scene you are watching it is terrifying, hilarious or offensive. Sometimes it manages to be all those things at once. Now available from Warner Archive on Blu-ray; this is a memorable cinematic experi... Read full article
Battle of the Blondes: VS Diana Dors.By Dawn on Nov 28, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
and Diana Dors, were both pop icons, from the "swinging London" era of the 1960s. (born 14 April 1941), first major film role was in, The Fast Lady(1962). She first gained notice as Liz, the friend and would-be lover of, Billy Liar (1963). Close friends with actress G... Read full article
Happy Birthday (1941 - present)By monty on Apr 14, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Happy Birthday to , the actress who broke out in the 60's with such films as Billy Liar, Darling, Far From The Maddening Crowd, Petulia and of course Doctor Zhivago.... Read full article
By Dawn on Aug 2, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
, is a British actress and sex symbol. A pop icon of the "swinging London" era of the 1960s, she has won the Academy, Golden Globe, BAFTA, and Screen Actors Guild Awards. My favorite Julie Christy film is, Shampoo(1975). Written by Robert Towne and directed by Hal Ashby. Cast: Warren B... Read full article
SUtS: Julie?ChristieBy Brandie on Aug 2, 2010 From True Classics
Today, we present you not with a recommendation, but with our personal challenge (and a scandalous secret–shh!). You see, in the past, Carrie and I vowed (several times) to–finally–sit through the three-plus-hour David Lean-directed epic Dr. Zhivago, from 1965. Sad to say, neither ... Read full article
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Bathsheba Everdene: [to her workers] Don't anyone suppose that because I'm a woman, I don't understand the difference between bad goings-on and good. I shall be up before you're awake, I shall be afield before you're up, and I shall have breakfasted before you're afield. In short, I shall astonish you all.
Bathsheba Everdene: I've been checking the records. We've never had so many lambs come to maturity as this year. Not ever.
Gabriel Oak: Well, we've been lucky, Ma'am.
Bathsheba Everdene: I'VE been lucky!
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