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Actress - filmography
(2000s) (1990s) (1980s) (1970s) (1960s)
The Secret Life of Words (2005) .... Inge
Finding Neverland (2004) 尋找新樂園.... Mrs. Emma du Maurier
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) 哈利波特3.... Madame Rosmerta
... aka Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The IMAX Experience (USA: IMAX version)
Troy (2004) 特洛依.... Thetis
I'm with Lucy (2002) .... Dori
... aka Autour de Lucy (France)
Snapshots (2002/I) .... Narma
No Such Thing (2001) .... Dr. Anna
Belphégor - Le fantôme du Louvre (2001) 惡靈魔咒.... Glenda Spender
... aka Belphecor: Curse of the Mummy (Philippines: English title)
... aka Belphegor, Phantom of the Louvre (Europe: English title)
The Miracle Maker (2000) (TV) (voice) .... Rachel
Afterglow (1997) 晚霞.... Phyllis Mann(奧斯卡最佳女主角提名)
Hamlet (1996) 哈姆雷特(肯尼斯布萊納的版本).... Gertrude
... aka William Shakespeare's Hamlet
"Karaoke" (1996) (mini) TV Series .... Lady Ruth Balmer
Dragonheart (1996) 魔龍傳奇.... Queen Aislinn
The Railway Station Man (1992) .... Helen Cuffe
Fools of Fortune (1990) .... Mrs. Quinton
Dadah Is Death (1988) (TV) .... Barbara Barlow
... aka Barlow and Chambers: A Long Way From Home
... aka Deadly Decision
Miss Mary (1986) .... Miss Mary
Champagne amer (1986) .... Betty Rivière
... aka Mémoire tatouée, La (France: video title)
... aka Secret Obsession
Power (1986) .... Ellen Freeman
"Väter und Söhne - Eine deutsche Tragödie" (1986) (mini) TV Series .... Charlotte Deutz
... aka Fathers and Sons
... aka Sins of the Fathers
... aka Väter und Söhne (West Germany: short title)
The Gold Diggers (1983) .... Ruby
Heat and Dust (1983) .... Anne (1982. In Satipur Town)
Separate Tables (1983) (TV) .... Mrs. Shankland/Miss Railton-Bell
Quarantièmes rugissants, Les (1982) .... Catherine Dantec
... aka The Roaring Forties (UK)
The Return of the Soldier (1982) .... Kitty Baldry
Memoirs of a Survivor (1981) .... 'D'
Heaven Can Wait (1978)上錯天堂投錯胎 .... Betty Logan
Demon Seed (1977)魔種 .... Susan Harris
... aka Proteus Generation
Shampoo (1975) 洗髮精.... Jackie Shawn
Don't Look Now (1973) .威尼斯癡魂... Laura Baxter
... aka A Venezia... un dicembre rosso shocking (Italy)
McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) 花村(提名奧斯卡最佳女主角).... Constance Miller
The Go-Between (1970) .... Marian - Lady Trimingham
In Search of Gregory (1969) .... Catherine
... aka Alla ricerca di Gregory (Italy)
Petulia (1968) .... Petulia Danner
Far from the Madding Crowd (1967) 瘋狂佳人.... Bathsheba Everdene
Fahrenheit 451 (1966) 華氏451度.... Clarisse/Linda Montag
Doctor Zhivago (1965) 齊瓦哥醫生.... Lara Antipova
Darling (1965) 親愛的(奧斯卡最佳女主角）.... Diana Scott
Young Cassidy (1965) .... Daisy Battles
Billy Liar (1963) .... Liz
The Fast Lady (1962) .... Claire Chingford
Crooks Anonymous (1962) .... Babette LaVern
"A for Andromeda" (1961) TV Series .... Christine/Andromeda
Julie Christie (I)
Julie Frances Christie
5' 2" (1.57 m)
Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#26). 
Born at 10:00am-LMT
Julie's father ran a tea plantation in India, where she grew up.
Measurements: 35B-23-36 (as young ingenue, 1966) (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
The off-screen romance of Terence Stamp and Julie Christie while they were filming Far from the Madding Crowd (1967) inspired The Kinks' hit, "Waterloo Sunset", hence the line "Terry met Julie" in the song.
Former co-owner of Katira Productions, along with boyfriend Warren Beatty (named after Beatty's parents Kathlyn and Ira.)
Was best friends with actress Sharon Tate.
Is currently active in nuclear disarmament and animal rights 
Brother Clive Christie is a professor of SouthEast Asian studies at Cambridge University
Close friends with actresses 'Shirley Maclaine' , Catherine Deneuve, and Faye Dunaway
Director David Lean nicknamed her 'sunflower' for her beautiful personality and director John Schlesinger nicknamed her 'Trilby' after the 19th century novel about a lovable bohemian
Directors she works with often enjoy working with her so much that they use her several times, Robert Altman in McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) and Nashville (1975); John Schlesinger in Billy Liar (1963), Darling (1965), Far from the Madding Crowd (1967) and Separate Tables (1983) (TV); Nicolas Roeg directed her in Don't Look Now (1973) and was cinematographer on Doctor Zhivago (1965), Far from the Madding Crowd (1967), Fahrenheit 451 (1966) and Petulia (1968) and lover Warren Beatty used her in Shampoo (1975) and Heaven Can Wait (1978).
Fluent in English, French, and Italian
Has lived with investigative journalist Duncan Campbell since 1979
Her idol is Marlon Brando
Her mother Rosemary, a Welsh painter, was a childhood friend of Richard Burton
In 1967 Time magazine said of her, "What Julie Christie wears has more real impact on fashion than all the clothes of the ten Best-Dressed women combined."
Julie discovered she wanted to become an actress when, at age nine, she snuck out of her Paris boarding school and spent the day with a complete stranger who was an aspiring actor
Julie gave friend Sharon Tate a copy of Thomas Hardy's novel "Tess of the d'Urbervilles" with the inscription "For my Hardy heroine" (Julie had recently become a Thomas Hardy heroine in Far from the Madding Crowd (1967)) Sharon gave the novel to husband Roman Polanski shortly before her death. When Polanski later made the film Tess (1979) he dedicated it "For Sharon"
Robert Altman said of her, "She's my incandescent, melancholy, strong, gold-hearted, sphinx-like, stainless steel little soldier."
The infamous dinner-party scene in Shampoo (1975) was completely improvised by Julie and Warren Beatty, much to the surprise of the rest of the cast and director Hal Ashby
Turned down roles in Rosemary's Baby (1968), Valley of the Dolls (1967), _American Gigolo (1980)_ 8qv), Chinatown (1974), The Godfather (1972) and a re-make of the Greta Garbo classic Camille (1984) (TV)
Was once fashion designer Christian Lacroix's muse, he designed the pink chiffon gown with matching slippers that she wore to the 1971 Academy Awards, and contnued to outfit her throughout her career
Ranked #29 in Mr.Skin's Top 100 Celebrity Nude Scenes
Ranked #34 in Celebrity Skin's 50 Sexiest Starlets of All Time
Ranked #5 in Hello Magazine's 25 British Beauties
Ranked #9 in FHM magazine's '100 sexiest women of all time'
Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Greatest Movie Stars (#91)
In an April 29, 1966 Life Magazine cover story, Christie named Sidney Lumet as the only American among a list of directors she'd like to work with. Twenty years later, she got her wish, appearing in the Lumet-directed Power (1986).
Turned down the role of Louise Bryant in her former lover Warren Beatty's Reds (1981) as she thought the role should be played by an American. Beatty's then-lover Diane Keaton won a Best Actress Academy Award nomination playing the role.
Originally signed for the role of the Senator's wife in American Gigolo (1980) when Richard Gere was signed to the project, but quit when Gere was ditched in favor of John Travolta. Travolta later dropped out and Gere was hired for the film, but Christie was not offered the role that was eventually played by Lauren Hutton. Ironically, a rumor in the 1970s held that Christie and Hutton were lovers. Christie and Gere would eventually appear together in Sidney Lumet's Power (1986).
Was Charlton Heston's first choice as co-star The War Lord (1965), according to Heston's published diaries "Charlton Heston: The Actor's Life; Journals 1956-1976". She was vetoed by the studio.
Was considered as the first "Bond Girl" for _Dr No. (1962)- . She was not chosen because she was considered to be too flat-chested by the producers.
Was the producers first choice to play Presidential widow Liz Cassidy, a role modeled on Jacqueline Kennedy, in The Greek Tycoon (1978). She turned it down, and the role was played by Jacqueline Bisset.
Lived with Warren Beatty from 1967 to 1974
Turned down roles in They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969), Anne of the Thousand Days (1969), Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), all roles that won the actresses who eventually played them Best Actress Academy Award nominations.
Accompanied her long-time lover Warren Beatty on a trip to Russia which inspired him to write his Oscar-winning epic Reds (1981) which ultimately took him 13 years to write. Beatty had always planned to have Christie play the role of Louise Bryant, but when Reds (1981) began filming several years after the couple's breakup, Christie turned down the role and Beatty gave it to Diane Keaton. However, Beatty dedicated the film to Christie by hinting to her in his best director Oscar acceptance speech. "For Jules" can also be seen in the final credits of the film.
Favorite filmmaker is Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Turned down the role of Lara in "Doctor Zhivago," at the time the most coveted role in Hollywood, several times before finally accepting
Member of the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1979