This Biography is about one of the best Actresse Julie Harris including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Julie Harris|
|Real Name||Julie Harris|
|Profession||Theater Personalities, Actresses|
|Nick Name||Julia Ann Harris|
|Personal life of Julie Harris|
|Born on||02 December 1925|
|Died At Age||87|
|Born in||Grosse Pointe, Michigan, U.S.|
|Died on||24 August 2013|
|Place of death||West Chatham, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Family Background of Julie Harris|
|Father||William Pickett Harris|
|Mother||Elsie L. (ne Smith)|
|Spouses/Partners||Jay Julian (1946-1954; divorced), Manning Gurian (1954-1967; divorced), Walter Carroll (1977-1982; divorced)|
|Personal Fact of Julie Harris|
Julie Harris was an American film, theatre and television actress whose illustrious career spanning over an incredible six decades was marked with successful plays such as The Member of the Wedding, The Lark and I Am a Camera as also with her memorable performances in big screen flicks like The Haunting and East of Eden. The excellent body of work of this legendary actress in the Broadway plays fetched her total of 10 Tony Award nominations of which she bagged five.
She remains one of the most honoured actresses in the history of Tony who held the record of winning five such awards for decades until tied with Angela Lansbury in 2009 and later surpassed by Audra McDonald with six awards in 2014. In 2002 she was honoured with a Special Lifetime Achievement Tony Award. The audio recording of the one-woman play The Belle of Amherst also earned her a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Recording.
Treading into films in the 1950s she left a permanent mark with some of her brilliant performances in films like The Haunting, The Hiding Place, East of Eden, Harper, Requiem for a Heavyweight and Reflections in a Golden Eye. Her debut film The Member of the Wedding where she reprised the role of Frankie from her successful Broadway play of the same title earned her the sole Academy Award nomination of her career. She had an equally fulfilling stint in television that saw her winning three Emmy Awards out of a whooping eleven nominations. In 1994 she received the National Medal of Arts.