Par mumu2901 le 8 Mai 2015 à 18:36
Actrice Julie Harris s'arrête pour acheter un café sur Broadway, 1952 © Robert Wands
Actress Julie Harris, honorary degree recipient, being interviewed with President David B. Truman on Founder's Day Archives and Special Collections Digital Images
Julie Harris pose avec un Emmy reçu en 1962.
Julie Harris (second from left) and fellow Broadway stars James Earl Jones, Angela Lansbury and Jerry Orbach pose on stage after receiving Tony Awards at the 23rd annual Tony Awards ceremony
Julie Harris played Charity Jones in the Tarzan episodes The Perils of Charity Jones Part 1 et2
The Family Holvak 1975 Julie Harris Glenn Ford
1976 THE LAST OF MRS. LINCOLN
JULIE HARRIS MICHAEL J FOX 1986 family ties
Par mumu2901 le 26 Mars 2015 à 20:17
1955 Jeanne d'Arc
1961 A shot in the dark avec William Shatner
1963 The Haunting
1963-1964 A l'Actors Studio jouant Marathon"33"
1966 : Détective privé(Harper) Jack Smight Julie Harris Paul-Newman
1968 THE SPLIT
Par mumu2901 le 15 Février 2015 à 17:52
Harris, a 6-time Tony Award Winner (5 Competitive, 1 Lifetime Achievement), 3-time Emmy Winner & Oscar nominee, passed away on August 24th, 2013. She was 87.
The brilliant actress played such real-life ladies as Emily Dickinson, Joan of Arc, Mary Todd Lincoln, Susan B. Anthony, Florence Nightingale, Queen Victoria and Charlotte Bronte.
Her first love was the stage, but Harris also made her mark on film and TV.
Film roles of note include:Recreating her Broadway triumph-12 year old Frankie Adams in Carson McCullersTHE MEMBER OF THE WEDDINGWith MEMBER director Fred ZinnemannHarris, Ethel Waters and Brandon De Wilde goof around onthe MEMBER setHarris was nominated for a 1952 Best Actress Oscar for her performanceAbra in EAST OF EDEN with James DeanThe E OF E cast relaxes between takes: Richard Davalos, Harris, Albert Dekker, Lois Smith and DeanThe first big screen Sally Bowles in 1955'sI AM A CAMERA opposite her chum Laurence HarveyHarris had won a Tony Award for her work in the Bwdy. production of CAMERAAnthony Quinn's love interest in the Rod Serling written REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHTMy favorite Harris role, the damaged & doomed Eleanor 'Neil' Lancein the Robert Wise 1963 ghost story classic, THE HAUNTINGThe crazy, junkie lounge singer Betty Fraleyin HARPER Starring Paul Newman and directed by workhorse Jack SmightThe self-destructive and suicidal wife of Brian Keith in REFLECTIONS IN A GOLDEN EYESigourney Weaver's host in GORILLAS IN THE MISTHarris also shined on TV:She snared 11 Emmy nominations, winning 3--HALLMARK HALL OF FAME's ''Little Moon of Alban'' & ''Victoria Regina' and her voice over performance as Susan B. Anthony in NOT FOR OURSELVES ALONE: THE STORY OF ELIZABETH STANTON & SUSAN B. ANTHONYWith Red Buttons on KNOT'S LANDINGHarris played country singer Lillmae Clements from 1980-87 on the prime time soapMary Todd in the 1976 gem THE LAST OF MRS. LINCOLN with Robby Benson as Tad and Micheal Cristofer as RobertHarris had won a Tony for playing Abe's babe on BroadwayAnthony Perkins sister in the 1970 chiller HOW AWFUL ABOUT ALLANGlenn Ford's wife and Lance Kerwin & Elizabeth Cheshire's mom inthe short-lived 1975 drama THE FAMILY HOLVAK4 appearances as missionary Charity Jones on TARZAN with Ron ElyAnd of course, the stage:A Tony win for playing Emily DickinsonHarris appeared on Broadway in over 30 plays and musicals from 1945 to 1997She teamed up with Charles Durning in THE AU PAIR MAN & THE GIN GAMEOther White Way roles for Harris included:Joan of Arc in THE LARK1956 Tony Award Winner Best Actress in a PlayTHE GLASS MENAGERIE with Calista FlockhartA SHOT IN THE DARK with William ShatnerSKYSCRAPER with her future THE BELLE OF AMHERST & THE GIN GAME director Charles Nelson Reilly and Peter MarshallAnother Tony win for FORTY CARATSAll told, Harris was honored with 10 Tony nominations, 5 wins and a Lifetime Achievement AwardDid you know...?In 2005 she was a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors.She has one son, Peter GurianHarris suffered a stroke in 2001.Harris on film:THE BELLE OF AMHERST http://youtu.be/v7jBfFzsGKgScene from EAST OF EDENhttp://youtu.be/du9jH9jPTMsHOW AWFUL ABOUT ALLANhttp://youtu.be/ZuygOootLWwScene from THE HAUNTINGhttp://youtu.be/sog3etUwtSkTrailer for REFLECTIONS IN A GOLDEN EYEhttp://youtu.be/xJg4jQk7F7wKNOTS LANDINGhttp://youtu.be/Efi0Dy4Hn5UPosted 24th August 2014 by scottrollins
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