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Heaven Can Wait (1978 dragon Heart (1996 harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004).
Celebrated less for her stage work than for her continuing role in a popular British TV serial, A for Andromeda, Christie made her film debut in a small role in Crooks Anonymous (1963).
She followed this with a dual role in Truffauts Fahrenheit 451 (1967) and a starring turn in John Schlesingers acclaimed 1967 adaptation of Thomas Hardys Far From the Madding Crowd.The daughter of an India-based British tea planter, Julie Christie was born in Chukua, Assam, India, on April 14, 1941, and grew up on her fathers tea plantation.Few of Christies films of the 1970s and 1980s seemed worthy of her talents The Go-Between (1971) and her cameo in Nashville (1975) being exceptions though, in fact, she was less interested in pursuing a career than in campaigning for various social and political causes.Zhivago (1965 farenheit 451 (1966 mcCabe Mrs Miller (1971).Actress won acclaim for the role, embellished the following year with her portrayal of Nick Noltes estranged wife in Afterglow.Educated in England and on the Continent, she planned to become an artist or a linguist before she altered her lifes goals by enrolling in the Central School of Speech Training in London.Julie Christie, famous For: Was to have been the 1st Bond girl (Dr.Nominated for her third Best Actress Oscar for her performance, Christie convinced many that, although she had chosen to neglect the limelight for awhile, Julie hadnt chosen to neglect her talent.
Roles of wildly varying quality followed, until in 1971 Christie began a professional and romantic liaison with Warren_Beatty.
In 1957, she first stepped on-stage as a paid professional with the Frinton Repertory of Essex.Christies performance in the British TV movie The Railway Station Man (1992) was a choice example of her devotion to social issues in this case, the ongoing ideological live porno gutta (and shooting) war in Ireland.The romance was over within a few years, but Beatty and Christie ultimately worked together on three major films of the 1970s: McCabe and Mrs.Thus, Christie was not the newcomer that some perceived her to be when she shook film audiences to their foundations in Darling (1965 a poignant time capsule about a stylishly amoral sexual butterfly.After a rather charming ingenue stint in The Fast Lady (1963) (the lady was a car, not the ingenue she received her first prestige part in Billy Liar (1963 gaining critical acclaim for this and her subsequent supporting part in Young Cassidy (1965).British Superstar of the 1960s, starred as Lara in the 1965 classic.
Her star further ascended into box-office heaven when she was cast in the big-budget Doctor Zhivago (1965 in which she gave a radiant performance as the tragic Lara.
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