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Julia Elizabeth Wells was born on 1 October 1935, in Walton-on-Thames, England. As a film and stage actress, author, singer, theater director, and dancer, Julie Andrews is considered to be one of the best performers from England, perhaps best known for her starring roles in films such as “Mary Poppins” and “The Sound of Music”,  Her crowning glory was being honored by Queen Elizabeth II in 2000 with  the status of Dame, the female equivalent of a knighthood.

So just how rich is Julie Andrews? Critically acclaimed projects have enabled Julie to accumulate an impressive net worth estimated at $45 million dollars, during a career in the entertainment industry on stage, screen and TV spanning more than 70 years.

 

Julie Andrews Net Worth $45 Million

After her parents’ divorce Julia lived with her father for a short period of time, but in 1940 he sent his daughter to her mother, when she adopted her stepfather’s surname. Living with her mother and stepfather Andrews’ career launched as early as the 1940s when she started performing with her parents on stage. Later on introduced to impressario Val Parnell, Julie got her big breakthrough at the London Hippodrome. Her talent was soon recognized and Julie became the youngest person ever to sing at the London Palladium. Such a success determined not only the recognition within the critics and peers, but also a huge growth of Andrews’ net worth.

After a successful start in London Hippodrome and London Palladium, where she sang alongside Danny Kaye and Nicholas Brother, Andrews decided to try herself in United States – a decision which made Andrews’ net worth grow immensely. Her debut on Broadway was in 1954 in the musical “The Boy Friend”, and later she appeared in “My Fair Lady”. Her indisputable talent as a singer and theatrical skills won Andrews main roles in such musicals as “My Fair Lady” and “Camelot”.

Julie Andrews’ net worth was boosted even more when she moved from Broadway to the film industry. In 1963 Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke and David Tomlinson starred in Disney’s musical film “Mary Poppins”, with her leading role winning Andrews an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Actress. Even bigger success came in 1965 when Andrews performed in “The Sound of Music” alongside Christopher Plummer. “The Sounds of Music” was the most profitable movie at the time and contributed a huge sum of money to Andrews’ net worth.

Julie Andrews then appeared in such movies as “The Man who Loved Women”, alongside Burt Reynolds, “That’s Life”, co-starring Jack Lemmon. She also recorded several solo albums which undoubtedly added  to Andrews’ net worth. However, Julie Andrews’ new golden age in the film industry came in 2001 when she starred in “The Princess Diaries”, and then “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement” (2004), alongside Ann Hathaway. She also took a part as a voice-over artist in the “Shrek” franchise.

Overall, Julie Andrews has appeared in more than 40 films, and more than 30 times on TV as well as five notable stage productions. She has been nominated for over 60 awards including for singing, and has won an astonishing 38, including on Oscar for Best Actress, five Golden Globes, an Emmy, and a Grammy Lifetime Acheivement Award. She has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Beside a huge success and recognition in film industry, Julie Andrews enhances her net worth by writing. She has several children books in her collection and an autobiography published in 2008.

In her personal life, Julie Andrews was married to Tony Walton (1959-67) with whom she has a daughter, and then to American film director Blake Edwards from 1969 until his death in 2010; they have four children.


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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Julie's Greenroom 2017 TV Series filming Ms. Julie / Julie
Despicable Me 2010 Gru's Mom (voice)
Shrek Forever After 2010 Queen (voice)
Tooth Fairy 2010/I Lily
Enchanted 2007 The Narrator (voice)
Shrek the Third 2007 Queen (voice)
The Cat That Looked at a King 2004 Video short Mary Poppins
Great Performances 2004 TV Series Cinderella / Herself
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement 2004 Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Shrek 2 2004 Queen (voice)
Eloise at Christmastime 2003 TV Movie Nanny
Eloise at the Plaza 2003 TV Movie Nanny
Unconditional Love 2002 Julie Andrews
Paraíso Filmes 2002 TV Series Actress on TV
The Princess Diaries 2001 Queen Clarisse Renaldi
On Golden Pond 2001 TV Movie Ethel Thayer
Relative Values 2000 Felicity Marshwood
One Special Night 1999 TV Movie Catherine
Victor/Victoria 1995 TV Movie Victor / Victoria
A Fine Romance 1992 Mrs. Pamela Piquet
Julie 1992 TV Series Julie Carlyle-McGuire
Our Sons 1991 TV Movie Audrey Grant
Duet for One 1986 Stephanie Anderson
That's Life! 1986 Gillian Fairchild
The Man Who Loved Women 1983 Marianna
Trail of the Pink Panther 1982 Charwoman (uncredited)
Victor Victoria 1982 Victoria Grant
S.O.B. 1981 Sally Miles
Little Miss Marker 1980 Amanda
10 1979 Samantha Taylor
The Pink Panther Strikes Again 1976 Ainsley Jarvis (singing voice, uncredited)
The Tamarind Seed 1974 Judith Farrow
Darling Lili 1970 Lili Smith
Star! 1968 Gertrude Lawrence
Thoroughly Modern Millie 1967 Millie Dillmount
Hawaii 1966 Jerusha Bromley
Torn Curtain 1966 Sarah Sherman
The Sound of Music 1965 Maria
The Americanization of Emily 1964 Emily Barham
Mary Poppins 1964 Mary Poppins
The Gentle Flame 1959 TV Movie Trissa
Cinderella 1957 TV Special Cinderella
Ford Star Jubilee 1956 TV Series Lise
Television Christmas Party 1953 TV Movie
The Singing Princess 1949 Princess Zeila (English version, voice)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Call the Midwife 2014 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Saving Mr. Banks 2013 performer: "A Spoonful Of Sugar", "Jolly Holiday"
The Neighbors 2013 TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Art Of... When You're Hot, Young, Poor and a Filmmaker! 2012 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Game Change 2012 TV Movie performer: "I Feel Pretty"
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2011 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Nostalgia Critic 2010 TV Series performer - 1 episode
20 to 1 2010 TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode
The Nolans: In the Mood for Dancing 2009 TV Movie documentary performer: "The Lonely Goatherd"
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story 2009 Documentary performer: "Chim Chim Cher-ee", "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", "Jolly Holiday", "Feed The Birds", "A Spoonful of Sugar", "I Love To Laugh"
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics 2008 TV Movie documentary performer: "Jolly Holiday", "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", "Feed the Birds" - uncredited
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue 2008 TV Movie performer: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
American Masters 2007 TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode
So You Think You Can Dance 2006 TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement 2004 performer: "Your Crowning Glory"
Great Performances 1995-2003 TV Series performer - 3 episodes
Unconditional Love 2002 performer: "Getting to Know You"
Passion of Mind 2000 performer: "My Favorite Things 1959"
Victor/Victoria 1995 TV Movie performer: "If I Were a Man", "Trust Me", "Le Jazz Hot", "Crazy World", "Louis Says", "You & Me", "Almost a Love Song", "Living in the Shadows", "Victor/Victoria"
Addams Family Values 1993 performer: "The Sound of Music"
The 45th Annual Tony Awards 1991 TV Special performer: "Wouldn't It Be Loverly", "Camelot", "I Could Have Danced All Night"
Julie Andrews: The Sound of Christmas 1987 TV Movie performer: "The Sound of Christmas"
The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue 1985 Video short performer: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
The 38th Annual Tony Awards 1984 TV Special performer: "Send In the Clowns"
Victor Victoria 1982 performer: "Le Jazz Hot", "The Shady Dame From Seville", "You And Me", "Crazy World" - uncredited
10 1979 performer: "He Pleases Me", "It's Easy to Say" - uncredited
The Muppet Show TV Series performer - 1 episode, 1977 writer - 1 episode, 1977
The Pink Panther Strikes Again 1976 performer: "Until You Love Me"
Peter Pan 1976 TV Movie performer: "Once Upon a Bedtime"
Darling Lili 1970 performer: "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary", "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile", "Keep the Home Fires Burning", "Whistling Away the Dark" uncredited, "The Girl in No Man's Land" uncredited, "Smile Away Each Rainy Day" uncredited, "I'll Give You Three Guesses" uncredited
Star! 1968 performer: "Piccadilly", "Oh, It's a Lovely War", "In My Garden of Joy", "Burlington Bertie from Bow", "Parisian Pierrot", "Limehouse Blues", "Someone to Watch Over Me", "Dear Little Boy Dear Little Girl", "Someday I'll Find You", "The Physician", "Do, Do, Do", "Has Anybody Seen Our Ship", "My Ship", "The Saga of Jenny", "Star!"
Thoroughly Modern Millie 1967 performer: "Thoroughly Modern Millie", "The Tapioca", "Drink La Chaim", "Jimmy", "Baby Face" uncredited, "Stumbling" uncredited, "Poor Butterfly" uncredited
The Sound of Music 1965 performer: "The Sound of Music" 1959, "Do-Re-Mi" 1959, "My Favorite Things" 1959, "I Have Confidence" 1965, "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" 1959, "The Lonely Goatherd" 1959, "Edelweiss" 1959, "So Long, Farewell" 1959, "Something Good" 1965 - uncredited
Mary Poppins 1964 "Chim-Chim-Cheree", uncredited / performer: "A Spoonful of Sugar", "Jolly Holiday", "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", "Stay Awake", "I Love to Laugh", "A British Bank The Life I Lead", "Feed the Birds Tuppence a Bag" - uncredited
Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall 1962 TV Special documentary performer: "You're So London", "Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be", "From Russia: The Nausiev Ballet, "From Switzerland: The Pratt Family, "History of Musical Comedy, "Big "D""
The Fabulous Fifties 1960 Documentary performer: "Just You Wait"
The Big Record 1958 TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show 1958 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Cinderella 1957 TV Special performer: "In My Own Little Corner", "In My Own Little Corner" reprise, "Impossible; It's Possible", "Ten Minutes Ago", "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?", "When You're Driving Through The Moonlight" A Lovely Night

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Julie's Greenroom 2017 TV Series executive producer - 11 episodes filming
The Pink Panther producer announced

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Julie's Greenroom TV Series 1 episode, 2017 created by - 3 episodes, 2017 writer - 1 episode, 2017 filming

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Nina Foch Course for Filmmakers and Actors 2010 Video documentary special thanks
Disneyland: Secrets, Stories, & Magic 2007 Video documentary special thanks
American Masters 2007 TV Series documentary acknowledgment - 1 episode
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Passions: America's Greatest Love Stories 2002 TV Special documentary thanks
The Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story 1999 Documentary special thanks
The Sound of Music: From Fact to Phenomenon 1994 Video documentary sincere appreciation

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People 1980 TV Series Herself - Host
The 37th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1980 TV Special Herself
That's Panthertainment 1978 TV Special documentary Herself (uncredited)
Julie Andrews: One Step Into Spring 1978 TV Movie Herself - Host
ABC's Silver Anniversary Celebration 1978 TV Special Herself
The Muppet Show 1977 TV Series Herself - Special Guest Star
America Salutes the Queen 1977 TV Movie Herself
The Cry of a Hurting World... I'm Hungry! 1977 TV Movie documentary Herself
Julie Andrews: One to One 1975 TV Movie Herself - Host
Salute to Sir Lew - The Master Showman 1975 TV Movie documentary Herself
Julie and Dick at Covent Garden 1974 TV Movie Herself
Julie and Jackie: How Sweet It Is 1974 TV Movie Herself Ed Norton Eliza Doolittle
Julie's Christmas Special 1973 TV Movie Herself / Host
Julie on Sesame Street 1973 TV Special Herself
Walt Disney: A Golden Anniversary Salute 1973 TV Special Herself
The Julie Andrews Hour 1972-1973 TV Series Herself - Hostess
The 45th Annual Academy Awards 1973 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Director
Julie 1972 Documentary Herself
The 24th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1972 TV Special Herself - Accepting Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series
The Moviemakers 1971 Documentary short Herself (uncredited)
The Dick Cavett Show 1971 TV Series Herself
Julie and Carol at Lincoln Center 1971 TV Movie Herself
The David Frost Show 1970-1971 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Grand Opening of Walt Disney World 1971 TV Movie documentary Herself
A World of Love 1970 TV Movie documentary Herself - Host
The 24th Annual Tony Awards 1970 TV Special Herself - Host
Treffpunkt Airport 1970 TV Series documentary Herself
An Evening with Julie Andrews and Harry Belafonte 1969 TV Special Herself
Cinema 1968 TV Series documentary Herself
The 40th Annual Academy Awards 1968 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Picture
Film Review 1967 TV Mini-Series Herself
New York, New York 1967 TV Series Herself
Think Twentieth 1967 Documentary short Herself
The 38th Annual Academy Awards 1966 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role / Presenter: Best Actor in a Leading Role / Accepting Best Director Award for Robert Wise
The Julie Andrews Show 1965 TV Special Herself - Host
The 37th Annual Academy Awards 1965 TV Special Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role
The 22th Annual Golden Globes Awards 1965 TV Special Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy / Musical
Salzburg Sight and Sound 1965 Documentary short Herself
The Andy Williams Show 1964 TV Series Herself
The 36th Annual Academy Awards 1964 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Foreign Film
Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall 1962 TV Special documentary Herself / Maria von Trapp
The Garry Moore Show 1961-1962 TV Series Herself
The Broadway of Lerner and Loewe 1962 TV Movie Herself Eliza Doolittle Guenevere
The 15th Annual Tony Awards 1961 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Musical and Accepting Award for Best Costume Design (Musical)
The Ed Sullivan Show 1956-1961 TV Series Herself - Singer
The Jack Paar Tonight Show 1960 TV Series Herself
The Bell Telephone Hour 1960 TV Series Herself - Singer
What's My Line? 1960 TV Series Herself - Mystery Guest
The Fabulous Fifties 1960 Documentary
The Julie Andrews Show 1959 TV Mini-Series Herself
Secombe at Large 1959 TV Movie Herself - Performer
The Big Record 1958 TV Series Herself
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show 1958 TV Series Herself - Guest
The DuPont Show of the Month 1957 TV Series Herself
Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium 1955 TV Series Herself - Top of the Bill
Puzzle Corner 1953 TV Series Herself
Kaleidoscope 1950-1951 TV Series Herself - Singer
Music-Hall 1950 TV Series Herself
Rooftop Rendezvous 1948 TV Series Herself
Rachael Ray 2007-2015 TV Series Herself - Guest / Herself
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration 2015 TV Movie documentary Herself / Millie Dillmount
Today 1974-2015 TV Series Herself - Guest / Herself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2004-2015 TV Series Herself - Guest / Herself
Días de cine 2015 TV Series Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2008-2015 TV Series Herself
The Untold Story of the Sound of Music 2015 TV Movie documentary Herself
Good Morning America 1994-2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 87th Annual Academy Awards 2015 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Original Score
The Graham Norton Show 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Paul O'Grady Show 2005-2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
This Morning 2004-2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
Watch What Happens: Live 2014 TV Series Herself
The Chew 2014 TV Series Herself
Great Performances 1989-2014 TV Series Herself - Hostess / Herself
16th Annual Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor: Carol Burnett 2013 TV Movie Herself
Larry King Now 2013 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2008-2013 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Colbert Report 2012-2013 TV Series Herself - Guest / Herself - Grimm Colberty Tales
Hollywood Bowl Opening Night Gala 2012 Video Herself
The World of Despicable Me 2010 Video documentary short Herself
The Oprah Winfrey Show 2004-2010 TV Series Herself - Guest
Saturday Early Show 2010 TV Series Herself
Made in Hollywood 2010 TV Series Herself
Breakfast 2006-2010 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Daily Show 2010 TV Series Herself
The View 2010 TV Series Herself - Guest
Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story 2009 Documentary Herself
André Previn: All the Right Notes 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself
World Film Report 2008 TV Series Herself
Disneyland: Secrets, Stories, & Magic 2007 Video documentary Herself - Ambassador, 50th Anniversary Celebration
The Insider 2007 TV Series Herself
American Masters 2007 TV Series documentary Herself
Countdown 2007 TV Series Herself
Gala Tribute AFI's 40th Anniversary 2007 TV Movie Herself - Speaker
Eigo de shabera-night 2005-2007 TV Series Herself - Interviewee
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2007 TV Series Herself - Guest
HBO First Look 2007 TV Series documentary Herself
13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2007 TV Special Herself - Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2006-2007 TV Series Herself - Guest
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2006 TV Special documentary Herself
The National Television Awards 2006 TV Movie documentary Herself - Presenter
The 60th Annual Tony Awards 2006 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Musical
Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade 2005 TV Special Herself
Film '72 2004-2005 TV Series Herself
The Heaven and Earth Show 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Early Show 2005 TV Series Herself
My Favorite Things: Julie Andrews Remembers 2005 Video documentary Herself, host
Corazón de... 2005 TV Series Herself
11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2005 TV Special Herself - Co-Presenter: Life Achievement Award
A Lovely Night: The Making of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Television Classic 2005 Short Herself
Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade 2004 TV Special Herself
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: The Making of 'Mary Poppins' 2004 Video documentary Herself
Meet the Cast of Shrek 2 2004 Video documentary short Herself
Broadway: The American Musical 2004 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself - Host / Eliza Doolittle
Parkinson 2004 TV Series Herself - Guest
On the Set: The Princess Diaries 2 - Royal Engagement 2004 TV Short documentary Herself
Evening at Pops 2004 TV Series documentary Herself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Songs: America's Greatest Music in the Movies 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
Larry King Live 2003 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 2003 TV Special Herself
Breakfast with Frost 2003 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 75th Annual Academy Awards 2003 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Short Film / Past Oscar Night Music Highlights / Past Winner
48 Hours 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
Life and Times 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
E! True Hollywood Story 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1997-2002 TV Series Herself - Guest
I Love Muppets 2002 TV Special Herself
Movie Show Plus 2002 TV Series Herself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 2001 TV Special Herself - Honoree
A New Princess 2001 Video short documentary Herself - Queen Clarisse Renaldi
The 10th Annual Ella Award Presented a Salute to Julie Andrews 2001 TV Movie Herself - Honoree
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards 2001 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Honorary Award to Ernest Lehman
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 1999 TV Movie documentary Herself
60 Minutes 1999 TV Series documentary Herself - Actress (segment "Carol Burnett")
The 53rd Annual Tony Awards 1999 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Musical
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Robert Wise 1998 TV Special documentary Herself
Hey, Mr. Producer! The Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh 1998 TV Special documentary Herself - Host
Movie Surfers 1998 TV Series Herself
The 51st Annual Tony Awards 1997 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Revival of a Musical
The 69th Annual Academy Awards 1997 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Honorary Award to Michael Kidd
Late Show with David Letterman 1996-1997 TV Series Herself - Guest
20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Maury 1996 TV Series Herself - Guest
Caroline in the City 1996 TV Series Herself
The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story 1996 Documentary Herself
Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies 1996 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Sound of Julie Andrews 1995 TV Movie Herself
The Making of 'My Fair Lady' 1995 Video documentary Herself
The Sound of Music: From Fact to Phenomenon 1994 Video documentary Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1994 TV Series Herself - Guest
Clive Anderson Talks Back 1994 TV Series Herself - Guest
Silver Star! 1994 Video documentary short Herself
The King and I: Recording a Hollywood Dream 1993 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 45th Annual Tony Awards 1991 TV Special Herself - Host & Performer
The Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 1991 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
Carnegie Hall at 100: A Place of Dreams 1991 Video documentary Herself
The 17th Annual People's Choice Awards 1991 TV Special Herself - Co-Presenter: Favourite Male Performer in New Television Series
Showbiz Today 1990 TV Series Herself
Julie & Carol: Together Again 1989 TV Movie Herself
This Is Your Life 1989 TV Series documentary Herself
The 5th Annual National WAIF Humanitarian Awards 1989 TV Special Herself - Host
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jack Lemmon 1988 TV Special documentary Herself - Hostess
The 2nd Annual American Comedy Awards 1988 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
Lerner and Loewe: Broadway's Last Romantics 1988 TV Movie Herself
Hanya: Portrait of a Pioneer 1988 Documentary Narrator
Julie Andrews: The Sound of Christmas 1987 TV Movie Herself
Aspel & Company 1987 TV Series Herself
Mancini and Friends 1987 TV Movie Herself
The 44th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1987 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama & Comedy / Musical
Omnibus 1986 TV Series documentary Herself
The Holywood Reporter Salutes Radie Harris 1985 TV Movie Herself
Disneyland's 30th Anniversary Celebration 1985 TV Movie documentary Herself
Muppet Video: Gonzo Presents Muppet Weird Stuff 1985 Video Herself
The 38th Annual Tony Awards 1984 TV Special Herself - Host & Presenter: Best Costume Design & Best Actor in a Musical
The 55th Annual Academy Awards 1983 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
The 9th Annual People's Choice Awards 1983 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Favourite Motion Picture
The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1983 TV Special Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy / Musical
Bob Hope's Pink Panther Thanksgiving Gala 1982 TV Movie Herself
The Dick Cavett Show 1982 TV Series Herself
Late Night with David Letterman 1982 TV Series Herself - Guest
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1981 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
E-penser 2016 TV Series documentary
Inside Edition 2015 TV Series documentary Herself / Maria Von Trappe
Great Broadway Musical Moments from the Ed Sullivan Show 2015 TV Movie documentary Queen Gueneviere Eliza Doolittle
Entertainment Tonight 2014-2015 TV Series Herself
The Graham Norton Show 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
Edición Especial Coleccionista 2014 TV Series Mary Poppins
And the Oscar Goes To... 2014 TV Movie documentary Herself
Michael Grade's Stars of the Musical Theatre 2014 TV Movie documentary
Secret Voices of Hollywood 2013 TV Movie documentary Herself
Österreich-Bild 2012 TV Series documentary Herself
60 Minutes 2000-2012 TV Series documentary Herself / Herself (segment "The Entertainers") / Herself - Actress (segment "Carol Burnett")
Out of My Dreams: Oscar Hammerstein II 2012 TV Movie documentary Maria
Making the Boys 2011 Documentary Herself
20 to 1 2006-2010 TV Series documentary Maria Mary Poppins Queen
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1980s, 1990s and 2000s 2009 Video documentary Herself
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics 2008 TV Movie documentary Mary Poppins
That Fellow in the Coat 2008 TV Series Mary Poppins
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure 2008 TV Movie documentary Herself
Planet Voice 2007 TV Series Queen Lillian
Today Tonight 2007 TV Series Maria
The Best of the Royal Variety 2006 TV Series Herself
¿De qué te ríes? 2006 TV Movie Mary Poppins
Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters 2006 Documentary Maria (uncredited)
Corazón de... 2005 TV Series Maria
Great Performances 2003-2005 TV Series Herself - Performer
Cinema mil 2005 TV Series Herself
Andy Williams: My Favorite Duets 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 100 Greatest Musicals 2003 TV Movie documentary Herself
Celebrity Naked Ambition 2003 TV Movie documentary
Krystal Harris: Supergirl 2002 Video short Queen Clarisse Renaldi (uncredited)
The Wonderful World of Disney 2001 TV Series Herself
Private Screenings 2001 TV Series Emily Barham in 'The Americanization Of Emily' and in 'Victor / Victoria'
Hollywood Remembers 2000 TV Series documentary
Twentieth Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years 2000 TV Movie documentary Maria Gertrude Lawrence
Omnibus 1998 TV Series documentary Herself
Biography 1995-1998 TV Series documentary Herself / Actress 'Sound of Music'
The Postman 1997 Maria (uncredited)
Mary Poppins Practically Perfect in Every Way: The Magic Behind the Masterpiece 1997 Video documentary short Herself
The 50th Annual Tony Awards 1996 TV Special Guenevere
50 Years of Funny Females 1995 TV Movie documentary Herself
100 Years at the Movies 1994 TV Short documentary Herself
Paul Merton's Palladium Story 1994 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
Carol Burnett: The Special Years 1994 TV Movie documentary Herself
The First Annual Comedy Hall of Fame 1993 TV Movie Herself
The Music of Disney: A Legacy in Song 1992 Video documentary Mary Poppins
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Be Our Guest 1992 Video short Mary Poppins
The Very Best of the Ed Sullivan Show 2 1991 TV Special Herself
The Very Best of the Ed Sullivan Show 1991 TV Movie documentary Herself
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious 1990 Video Mary Poppins
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: You Can Fly 1988 Video short Mary Poppins
The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years 1986 TV Movie Herself
The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue 1985 Video short Mary Poppins
Childrens Songs and Stories with the Muppets 1985 Video Herself
Of Muppets and Men: The Making of 'The Muppet Show' 1981 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Dick Cavett Show 1974 TV Series Mary Poppins from film MARY POPPINS
Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals 1974 TV Movie Herself
The Walt Disney Story 1973 Documentary short Mary Poppins ('Mary Poppins') (uncredited)
Mondo Hollywood 1967 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
The Ed Sullivan Show 1958-1965 TV Series Herself - Singer / Scene From Camelot

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2007 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Life Achievement (Performer)
2007 Life Achievement Award Screen Actors Guild Awards
2005 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Nonfiction Series Broadway: The American Musical (2004) · David Horn (executive producer)
· Jac Venza (executive producer)
· Bill O'Donnell (supervising producer)
· Michael Kantor (producer)
· Jeff Dupre (producer)
· Sally Rosenthal (producer)
2005 Lifetime Achievement Award Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards
2005 Lifetime Achievement Award Publicists Guild of America
2004 OFTA Film Hall of Fame Online Film & Television Association Acting
2001 Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award San Sebastián International Film Festival
1993 Crystal Award Women in Film Crystal Awards
1983 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical Victor Victoria (1982)
1983 David David di Donatello Awards Best Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniera) Victor Victoria (1982)
1983 Woman of the Year Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA
1982 KCFCC Award Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Victor Victoria (1982)
1979 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 27 September 1979. At 6901 Hollywood Blvd.
1973 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Variety Musical Series The Julie Andrews Hour (1972) · Nick Vanoff (producer)
· William O. Harbach (producer)
1968 Henrietta Award Golden Globes, USA World Film Favorite - Female
1968 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Female Star
1967 Henrietta Award Golden Globes, USA World Film Favorite - Female
1967 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Female Comedy Performance Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
1967 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Female Star
1966 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Comedy or Musical The Sound of Music (1965)
1966 David David di Donatello Awards Best Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniera) The Sound of Music (1965)
1966 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Musical Performance, Female The Sound of Music (1965)
1965 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Mary Poppins (1964)
1965 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Mary Poppins (1964)
1965 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles Mary Poppins (1964)
1965 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Recording for Children Mary Poppins (1964) · Richard M. Sherman (music and lyrics by)
· Robert B. Sherman (music and lyrics by)
· Irwin Kostal (music adapted and conducted by)
· Dick Van Dyke (performed by)
1965 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Musical Performance, Female Mary Poppins (1964)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Women Film Critics Circle Awards
2004 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie Eloise at Christmastime (2003)
2002 Blimp Award Kids' Choice Awards, USA Favorite Female Movie Star The Princess Diaries (2001)
1995 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program The Sound of Julie Andrews (1995)
1987 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama Duet for One (1986)
1987 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical That's Life! (1986)
1983 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Victor Victoria (1982)
1983 Sant Jordi Sant Jordi Awards Best Performance in a Foreign Film (Mejor Interpretación en Película Extranjera) Victor Victoria (1982)
1981 Daytime Emmy Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Performers The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People (1973)
1980 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 10 (1979)
1973 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical The Julie Andrews Hour (1972)
1973 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding New Series The Julie Andrews Hour (1972) · Nick Vanoff (producer)
1972 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Single Program - Variety or Musical - Variety and Popular Music Julie and Carol at Lincoln Center (1971) · Joe Hamilton (producer)
· Carol Burnett (star)
1971 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical Darling Lili (1970)
1971 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Star, Female 10th place.
1970 Henrietta Award Golden Globes, USA World Film Favorite - Female
1970 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Female Star 6th place.
1969 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Star! (1968)
1969 Henrietta Award Golden Globes, USA World Film Favorite - Female
1968 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
1966 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role The Sound of Music (1965)
1966 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best British Actress The Americanization of Emily (1964)
1966 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best British Actress The Sound of Music (1965)
1965 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers The Andy Williams Show (1962)
1958 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Actress - Best Single Performance - Lead or Support Cinderella (1957)

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1966 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Female Star
1965 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress The Sound of Music (1965)
1964 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Mary Poppins (1964)

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1965 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Female Star

TitleSalary
Darling Lili (1970) $1,110,000
Star! (1968) $1,000,000
Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) $1,000,000
Hawaii (1966) $700,000
Torn Curtain (1966) $750,000
The Sound of Music (1965) $225,000
Mary Poppins (1964) $125,000

#Fact
1 According to Andrews, Walt Disney originally approached her to read for the part of Mary Poppins after a performance of the Broadway show, Camelot. Andrew's told Disney she could not take the part because she was pregnant. Disney responded, "That's alright. I'll wait.".
2 As of 2016 she is the 8th earliest surviving recipient of a Best Actress Oscar nomination, behind only Olivia de Havilland, Leslie Caron, Carroll Baker, Joanne Woodward, Shirley MacLaine, Doris Day, and a tied Piper Laurie and Sophia Loren. She was nominated (and won) in 1964 for Mary Poppins (1964).
3 Her first stage show was at the Hippodrome, London in 1947 (aged 11) where she sang one song 'Polonaise from Mignon' for two performances each night. This led to being asked to perform in the Royal Command Performance 1947 (Then aged 12).
4 Julie Andrews won the Academy Award for Best Actress for feature film debut in Mary Poppins (1964). Andrews has received 28 awards over her career, but that was her only Academy Award despite being nominated for The Sound of Music. Mary Poppins also earned her and her co-stars the 1965 Grammy Award for Best Album for Children. She was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in the musical My Fair Lady.
5 Is one of 14 actresses to have won both the Best Actress Academy Award and the Best Actress in a Comedy/Musical Golden Globe for the same performance; hers being for Mary Poppins (1964). The others, in chronological order, are: Judy Holliday for Born Yesterday (1950), Barbra Streisand for Funny Girl (1968), Liza Minnelli for Cabaret (1972), Glenda Jackson for A Touch of Class (1973), Diane Keaton for Annie Hall (1977), Sissy Spacek for Coal Miner's Daughter (1980), Cher for Moonstruck (1987), 'Jessica Tandy for Driving Miss Daisy (1989), Helen Hunt for As Good as It Gets (1997), Gwyneth Paltrow for Shakespeare in Love (1998), Reese Witherspoon for Walk the Line (2005), Marion Cotillard for La Vie en Rose (2007), and Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Linings Playbook (2012).
6 Is one of 26 actresses to have received an Academy Award nomination for their performance in a musical; hers being Mary Poppins (1964), The Sound of Music (1965), and Victor Victoria (1982). The others, in chronological order, are: Bessie Love (The Broadway Melody (1929)), Grace Moore (One Night of Love (1934)), Jean Hagen (Singin' in the Rain (1952)), Marjorie Rambeau (Torch Song (1953)), Dorothy Dandridge (Carmen Jones (1954)), Deborah Kerr (The King and I (1956)), Rita Moreno (West Side Story (1961)), Gladys Cooper (My Fair Lady (1964)), Debbie Reynolds (The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964)), Peggy Wood (The Sound of Music (1965)), Carol Channing (Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)), Kay Medford (Funny Girl (1968)), Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl (1968)), Liza Minnelli (Cabaret (1972)), Ronee Blakley (Nashville (1975)), Lily Tomlin (Nashville (1975)), Ann-Margret (Tommy (1975)), Lesley Ann Warren (Victor Victoria (1982)), Amy Irving (Yentl (1983)), Nicole Kidman (Moulin Rouge! (2001)), Queen Latifah (Chicago (2002)), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago (2002)), Renée Zellweger (Chicago (2002)), Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls (2006)), Penelope Cruz (Nine (2009)), Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables (2012)), and Meryl Streep (Into the Woods (2014)). Andrews is the only actress to have been nominated multiple times for her performances in musicals.
7 Is one of 4 actresses to win the Best Actress Oscar for her film debut (for Mary Poppins (1964)). The others are Shirley Booth (for Come Back, Little Sheba (1952)), Barbra Streisand (for Funny Girl (1968)), and Marlee Matlin (for Children of a Lesser God (1986)).
8 Has had one of her ankle bone joints replaced with a titanium implant to avoid being confined to a wheelchair.
9 Was the 61st actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Actress Oscar for Mary Poppins (1964) at The 37th Annual Academy Awards (1965) on April 5, 1965.
10 During the Vietnam War, Julie and her husband, Blake Edwards both became involved with the Committee of Responsibility, which brought severely injured children from the war zone to the US for treatment. Their involvement led them to adopt two Vietnamese abandoned children.
11 Both Julie and her husband, Blake Edwards, underwent psychoanalysis in the 1970's as a way to deal with their respective career slumps.
12 After the success of 'Mary Poppins' and 'The Sound of Music', she declined huge offers for more nanny roles with the explanation: "I've done that."
13 Over a period of six years, from 1964 to 1970, she performed in four different films as characters with rhyming names, Mary, Emily, Millie, Lili, and each of those names were part of the respective title: 1964 Mary Poppins - Mary; 1964 The Americanization of Emily - Emily; 1967 Thoroughly Modern Millie - Millie; 1970 Darling Lili - Lili. Additionally, during the same period, she portrayed the similar sounding, if not rhyming, Maria in The Sound of Music (1965), where her character's name was not part of the title. All except Darling Lili were big money makers.
14 Doing the voice of "Queen Lillian" in Shrek Forever After (2010). [March 2009]
15 Release of her book, "Home: A Memoir of My Early Years". [March 2008]
16 Release of the book, "Julie Andrews: An Intimate Biography" by Richard Stirling. [2007]
17 Release of her book, "Thanks to You: Wisdom from Mother and Child" by Julie and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton. [2007]
18 Release of the book, "Julie Andrews: A Life on Stage and Screen" by Robert Windeler. [1997]
19 Thanked only Walt Disney by name in her Oscar acceptance speech.
20 Recepient of a 2011 Lifetime Achievement Grammy [December 23, 2010].
21 Learned to play the guitar specifically for the role of "Maria" in The Sound of Music (1965).
22 Was at one point going to star in The Public Eye (1972).
23 Was offered the role of Carol in Once Upon a Time in America (1984), but turned the role down. The part went to Tuesday Weld.
24 According to her autobiography, she first saw second husband Blake Edwards at a party while she and first husband Tony Walton were on their honeymoon. She and Blake did not become friends until several years later.
25 Turned down her Tony nomination for "Victor/Victoria" for Best Actress in a Musical in 1996 because the rest of the cast and crew were overlooked for consideration.
26 Was one of the first women to be named a Disney Legend (and inducted into the Disney Hall of Fame). She was in the 1991 class with animator Mary Blair.
27 Her two biological grandchildren are Sam (b. 1996) and Hope (b. 2003) from daughter Emma Walton. Her other grandchildren are: Max Scheff, from adopted daughter Amy Edwards; Kayti and Hannah Schneider, from stepdaughter Jennifer Edwards; Isabelle and Hank, from stepson Geoffrey Edwards.
28 Her brother, Christopher Stuart, was born in May, 1946.
29 Her daughter, Amy Edwards, married rock musician Lauren Scheff on October 24, 2004. They are now divorced.
30 Could sing notes only dogs could hear at the age of seven.
31 Mother-in-law of Steve Hamilton.
32 As of 2013, she is one of six women who has received a Best Actress Oscar nomination for a performance directed by her spouse, namely for Victor Victoria (1982) directed by Blake Edwards. The other five are Elisabeth Bergner for Escape Me Never (1935) (directed by Paul Czinner), Joanne Woodward for Rachel, Rachel (1968) (directed by Paul Newman), Jean Simmons for The Happy Ending (1969) (directed by Richard Brooks), Gena Rowlands for A Woman Under the Influence (1974) & Gloria (1980) (both directed by John Cassavetes), and Frances McDormand for Fargo (1996) (directed by Joel Coen). Jules Dassin also directed his future wife Melina Mercouri in a Best Actress Oscar nominated performance (Never on Sunday (1960)), but they weren't married yet at the time of the nomination.
33 Received the Screen Actors Guild lifetime achievement award on January 28, 2007.
34 Was considered for the role of Susy Hendrix in the film Wait Until Dark (1967) . The role eventually went to Audrey Hepburn as it did in My Fair Lady (1964).
35 Grandmother of daughter Emma Walton's children Samuel and Hope.
36 Best friends with Carol Burnett. Carol is godmother of Julie's daughter, Emma Walton.
37 The Americanization of Emily (1964) is the only black and white movie she ever made.
38 The song, "Your Crowning Glory" from The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004), was the first time she had sung in public or on screen since she had throat surgery in 1997. She reportedly nailed the song on the first take, and brought tears to the eyes of the crew present.
39 Possessed a five-octave coloratura soprano range until a vocal nodule surgery mishap ruined her singing voice.
40 Is the only actress to be nominated for (and later win) the Oscar in the Lead Actress category in a Walt Disney film (Mary Poppins (1964)).
41 Her performance as Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins (1964) is ranked #45 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.
42 She was the youngest person ever to appear in a Royal Command Performance. She performed for King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth/Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret.
43 Sings scales rather than songs in the shower.
44 Was selected by the Walt Disney Company to become the Offical Ambassador for "The Happiest Homecoming On Earth: Disneyland's 50th Anniversary Celebration".
45 Filmed a cameo sequence as a chambermaid in Blake Edwards' 1975 Inspector Clouseau comedy The Return of the Pink Panther (1975), but the sequence ended up on the cutting-room floor.
46 Her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is directly in front of the new addition to the Chinese Theatre. The star was dedicated on 5 Oct, 1979.
47 Was passed over for the role on Eliza Dolittle in favor of Audrey Hepburn for the film My Fair Lady (1964). Unlike Andrews, however, Hepburn was not a natural singer. She took voice lessons and recorded the tracks for the movie, but the producers, without telling Audrey, dubbed her voice with that of Marni Nixon. Nixon appeared with Andrews in The Sound of Music (1965).
48 She adopted two children from Vietnam with Blake Edwards, Amy Edwards (b. 1974) and Joanna Edwards (b. 1975).
49 Her stepfather was an alcoholic.
50 Changed her last name from Wells to Andrews when her mother married her stepfather Ted Andrews.
51 Received a standing ovation at The 75th Annual Academy Awards (2003) when she appeared to present a short film celebration sequence.
52 Mary Poppins (1964) for Disney, The Sound of Music (1965) for 20th Century Fox and Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) for Universal were the biggest money-makers yet for their studios. However, her next two films, Star! (1968) and Darling Lili (1970), to put it mildly, failed to get their money back.
53 In 1969, when MGM cancelled their proposed Irving Berlin musical biography "Say it With Music" in which she was set to star, she sued the studio and collected her $1,250,000 salary.
54 In the 1960s she sported a bumper sticker on her car reading "Mary Poppins is a junkie".
55 Has owned a chalet in Gstaad, Switzerland, for many years. Every year she pays for Gstaad's Christmas lights. In July she presents the prize for the winner of the annual Gstaad Tennis Open. She once said if she was nervous before a performance on stage, she'd just have to look at a photo from 'lovely' Gstaad, and she was reassured.
56 Played the same role of "Victoria Grant" in the Broadway musical adaption of Victor Victoria (1982). She turned down a Tony nomination for Best Actress in a Musical.
57 In 2002, she was voted the 59th greatest Briton ever in a BBC poll.
58 She was a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors in 2001.
59 Has perfect pitch.
60 She has a rose named after her.
61 When Tony Walton proposed to her, he gave her a broach instead of a ring.
62 While she played the original Eliza Dolittle in the Broadway musical "My Fair Lady", Audrey Hepburn played the part in the movie My Fair Lady (1964). The studio executives did not want Andrews because she hadn't had any experience in film and thought Hepburn would be the better choice. However, while the film My Fair Lady took home several Oscars in 1964, it failed to win the Best Actress category. That award went to none other than Julie Andrews for her performance in Mary Poppins (1964).
63 The London press reported that Miss Andrews's settlement for her botched throat surgery was nearly 21 million British pounds, or about 30 million U.S. dollars. [2001]
64 7 September 2000 - Her malpractice suit against the 2 New York Mt. Sinai Hospital doctors who allegedly botched her throat surgery was settled for an undisclosed sum.
65 Mother, with Tony Walton, of daughter Emma Walton.
66 Spent some time in a psychiatric clinic, to help her cope with the trauma resulting from her throat surgery.
67 Born at 6:00am-BST.
68 Uses the pen-name 'Julie Edwards'.
69 Stepmother of Jennifer Edwards and Geoffrey Edwards.
70 Underwent throat surgery. [June 1997]
71 Her husband reported that she would probably never sing again because the throat surgery had ruined her voice. [November 1998]
72 Was named a Dame by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on the Millenium New Year's Honours List on December 31, 1999.

#Quote
1 [on the 2015 celebrations honouring 'The Sound of Music'] This is a lovely moment to mark. I've been saying all long it's like a very bad joke because surely it' was only thirty years ago - not fifty. I feel I lost twenty somewhere along the way. A little thing called life got in the way.
2 With 'Star' and 'Darling Lili', it seemed that the big musicals weren't popular any more. I underwent a career dip. You know the Hollywood saying 'You're only as good as your last hit'. Sometimes an enormous hit can carry you along, but not forever.
3 [on Max von Sydow] He was the unqualified front runner -- the most generous man I've ever met. And he had such a lovely light sense of humor. I consider it a privilege to have worked with him.
4 Sometimes I'm so sweet even I can't stand it.
5 All kinds of things have been printed, including much gossip and rumour and finally I feel ready to have my say. I want to be as honest as I can.
6 Blake [husband Blake Edwards] and I have this wonderful arrangement that while one is working hard, the other tries to be at home as much as possible and vice versa.
7 All love shifts and changes. I don't know if you can be wholeheartedly in love all the time.
8 As soon as you have one, all those dormant maternal instincts start popping out all over you, like German measles.
9 Bette Davis was always marvelous.
10 I've learned things about myself through singing. I used to have a certain dislike of the audience, not as individual people, but as a giant body who was judging me. Of course, it wasn't really them judging me. It was me judging me. Once I got past that fear, it freed me up, not just when I was performing but in other parts of my life.
11 [asked where she kept her Oscar] He stayed in the attic a long time. I just didn't feel worthy . . . When I got to know more about film, I felt safe trotting him out.
12 [upon receiving the BAFTA award on October 7, 1989] I am first and always English, and I carry my country in my heart wherever I go. I've tried to honour her, and I have the funny feeling that perhaps tonight, in some way, I've managed to do just that.
13 [on being a gay icon] I don't know. I'm sort of aware that I am. But I'm that odd mixture of, on the one hand, being a gay icon and, on the other hand, having grandmas and parents being grateful I'm around to be a babysitter for their kids. And I've never been able to figure out what makes a gay icon, because there are many different kinds. I don't think I have the image that, say, Judy Garland has, or Bette Davis.
14 A lot of my life happened in great, wonderful bursts of good fortune, and then I would race to be worthy of it.
15 I had a teacher who stressed for me the importance of diction in terms of - I want to be very careful about how I say this - in terms of supporting one's voice when one is singing. In other words, if you hold on to your words, your voice will pull through for you when you're singing. So be true to your vowels. Supposing you have to sing [from "The Messiah"] "Behold thy king cometh unto thee". If you do a strong "thee", it will help you with the "-hold", which is a much higher note. And it's the note before the note that matters, then you unpeel a song backwards.
16 As my mother said, I never sprang out of bed with a glad shout! My voice needed oiling and then it took off.
17 [upon answering whether Mary Poppins and Bert ever got it together]: I hope so. She wouldn't admit it, but I do hope so.
18 Films are much more my level. On stage I never feel quite enough.
19 Singing has never been particularly easy for me.
20 [1982] Does Mary Poppins have an orgasm? Does she go to the bathroom? I assure you, she does.
21 I don't want to be thought of as wholesome.

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1 Her very regal mannerisms/behavior
2 Her 4-octave soprano voice

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