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Julie Elizabeth Andrews (1935-), Actress

Sitter in 7 portraits
Actress; appeared on stage in London and New York in the 1950s, creating the part of Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady on Broadway. Made her film debut in Walt Disney's Mary Poppins (1964, Best Actress Academy Award) and went on to star in th hugely successful The Sound of Music (1965).

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Julie Elizabeth Andrews

by Norman Parkinson
bromide print on card mount, 1954
NPG x125563


Julie Elizabeth Andrews; Rex Harrison

by Cecil Beaton
bromide fibre print, 1956
NPG x40606


Rex Harrison; Julie Elizabeth Andrews

by Cecil Beaton
glossy bromide fibre contact print, 1958
NPG x40607


Julie Elizabeth Andrews

by Cecil Beaton
glossy bromide fibre contact print, 1958
NPG x40608


Julie Elizabeth Andrews

by Cecil Beaton
glossy bromide fibre contact print, 1958
NPG x40609


Julie Elizabeth Andrews

by Cecil Beaton
bromide fibre print on white card mount, 1959
NPG x14006


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