(10/95) Stage: Appeared (as "Victoria Grant") in "Victor/Victoria" on Broadway (musical adaption of the film Victor Victoria
(1982)). NOTE: She was nominated for Tony Award for Best Actress.
3 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
6 Interviews |
15 Articles |
8 Pictorials |
23 Magazine Cover Photos |
Dame Julie Andrews
5' 7" (1.7 m)
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[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
Musically, she had always preferred singing music that was "bright and sunny", choosing to avoid songs that were sad, depressing, upsetting, or written in a minor key, for fear of losing her voice "in a mess of emotion". She cited this as yet another reason for avoiding opera.
Her very regal mannerisms/behavior