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Dame Julie Andrews DBE - Awards

Young Julie Andrews with an award

Dame Julie Andrews awards and nominations are all well deserved! Her fantastic performance in numerous films, stage productions and television over the years have culminated in the great list of awards and nominations you see on this page…

ACADEMY AWARDS

1965 - Oscar: Best Actress in a Leading Role - 'Mary Poppins' - WON
1966 - 'Oscar: Best Actress in a Leading Role - 'The Sound of Music' - NOMINATION
1983 - 'Oscar: Best Actress in a Leading Role' - 'Victor Victoria' - NOMINATION

2002 BBC List of '100 Greatest Britons' - 59th place (Higher than the Queen Mother (61st) and Jane Austen (70th)!

BAFTA AWARDS

1965 - BAFTA Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles - 'Mary Poppins' - WON
1966 - BAFTA Film Awards for Best British Actress - 'The Americanisation of Emily' - NOMINATION
1966 - BAFTA Film Award for Best British Actress - 'The Sound of Music' - NOMINATION

1999 (New Years Eve) Julie Andrews received her 'Dame Commander of the British Empire' (DBE) from Queen Elizabeth and said '“This is the greatest honour of my life. I didn’t think that I was eligible as I have lived in America for such a long time but I always felt I’ve taken my Britishness with me.”

DAVID DI DONATELLO AWARDS

1966 - Best Foreign Actress - 'The Sound of Music' - WON
1983 - Best Foreign Actress - 'Victor Victoria' - WON

When Julie Andrews becomes DAME
DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS

1981 - Daytime Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming Performers - 'The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People' - NOMINATION

Named 'Top Female Movie Star of the Year' on the Quigley Poll for 3 consecutive years - 1966, 1967 and 1968!

EMMY AWARDS

1958 - Actress, Best Single Performance, Lead or Support - 'Cinderella' - NOMINATION
1965 - Outstanding Individual Achievement in Entertainment, Actors and Performers - 'The Andy Williams Show' - NOMINATION
1972 - Outstanding Single Program, Variety or Musical, Variety and Popular Music - 'Julie and Carol at Lincoln Center' - NOMINATION - shared with Joe Hamilton (Producer) and Carol Burnett (star)
1973 - Outstanding New Series - 'The Julie Andrews Hour' - NOMINATION - shared with Nick Vanoff (Producer)
1973 - Outstanding Variety Musical Series - 'The Julie Andrews Hour' - WON - shared with Nick Vanoff (Producer) and William O Harback (Producer)
1995 - Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program - 'The Sound of Julie Andrews' - NOMINATION
2004 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Mini Series or a Movie - 'Eloise at Chrstmas time' - NOMINATION
2005 - Outstanding Nonfiction Series - 'Broadway: The American Musical' - WON - shared with David Horn (Exec Producer), Jac Venza (Exec Producer), Bill O'Donnell (Supervising Producer), Michael Kantor (Producer), Jeffrey Dupre (Producer) and Sally Rosenthal (Producer)

2006 - Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award - Check it out here!

GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS

1965 - Best Motion Picture Actress, Musical / Comedy - 'Mary Poppins' - WON
1966 - Best Motion Picture Actress, Musical / Comedy - 'The Sound of Music' - WON
1967 - Henrietta Award: World Film Favourite Female - WON
1968 - Best Motion Picture Actress, Musical / Comedy - 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' - NOMINATION
1968 - Henrietta Award: World Film Favourite Female - WON
1969 - Henrietta Award: World Film Favourite Female - NOMINATION
1969 - Best Motion Picture Actress, Musical / Comedy - 'Star!' - NOMINATION
1970 - Henrietta Award: World Film Favourite Female - NOMINATION
1971 - Best Motion Picture Actress, Musical / Comedy - 'Darling Lili' - NOMINATION
1973 - Best TV Actress, Musical / Comedy - 'The Julie Andrews Hour' - NOMINATION
1980 - Best Motion Picture Actress, Musical / Comedy - '10' - NOMINATION
1983 - Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical / Comedy - 'Victor Victoria' - WON
1987 - Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama - 'Duet for One' - NOMINATION
1987 - Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy / Musical - 'That's Life!' - NOMINATION

She was the Official Ambassador of the Happiest Homecoming on Earth for Disneyland's 50th Anniversary from 2005-2006

GOLDEN LAUREL AWARDS

1965 - Musical Performance, Female - 'Mary Poppins' - WON
1966 - Female Star - 2ND PLACE
1966 - Musical Performance, Female - 'The Sound of Music' - WON
1967 - Female Star - WON
1967 - Female Comedy Performance - 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' - WON
1968 - Female Star - WON
1970 - Female star - 6TH PLACE
1971 - Female Star - 10TH PLACE

Julie Andrews walk of fame star
5th Oct 1979 - Julie Andrew's Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was dedicated for her contribution to the motion picture industry"



OTHER AWARDS

1983 - Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award: Best Actress - 'Victor Victoria' - WON
1983 - Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA: Woman of the Year - WON
1983 - People's Choice Award - Film Acting - WON
1993 - Women in Film Crystal Awards: Crystal Award - WON
1996 - Tony Award: Best Actress in a Musical - 'Victor Victoria' - Nominated but turned down by Andrews
2001 - Society of Singers Lifetime Achievement Award - WON
2001 - San Sebastian International Film Festival: Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award - WON
2001 - Kennedy Center Honors: Honoree - WON
2002 - Blimp Award: Favourite Female Movie Star - 'Princess Diares' - NOMINATION
2005 - Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award - WON
2007 - Screen Actors Guild Awards - Life Achievement Award - WON
2009 - George and Ira Gerschwin Award - Lifetime Musical Achievement - WON

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