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Julie Andrews (1935-) - Awards, Honors

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Theatre World Award, 1955, for The Boy Friend; Tony Award nomination for best actress in a musical, New York Drama Critics Circle, 1957, for My Fair Lady, 1961, for Camelot, and 1996, for Victor/Victoria (refused); British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award for most promising newcomer to leading film roles, 1965, for Mary Poppins; Woman of the Year award, Los Angeles Times, 1965; Oscar Award for best actress in a leading role, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1965, for Mary Poppins, and nominations, 1966, for The Sound of Music, and 1983, for Victor/Victoria; Golden Globe Award for best motion picture actress in a musical or comedy, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 1965, for Mary Poppins, 1966, for The Sound of Music, and 1983, for Victor/Victoria; Golden Laurel for musical performance (female), Motion Picture Exhibitor magazine, 1965, for Mary Poppins, and 1966, for The Sound of Music; Golden Laurel for comedy performance (female), 1967, for Thoroughly Modern Millie; Golden Globe Award for world film favorite (female), 1967, 1968; Star of the Year award, Theatre Owners of America, 1967; honorary D.F.A., University of Maryland, 1970; Emmy Award for outstanding variety musical series, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and Silver Rose Montreaux award, both 1973, for The Julie Andrews Hour; David di Donatello Award for best foreign actress, 1983, for Victor/Victoria; Woman of the Year award, Hasty Pudding Theatricals, 1983; Crystal Award, Women in Film, 1993; Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award, San Sebasti'n International Film Festival, 2001; Honor Award, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2001.

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