- Faith: Christian
- Career: Actress
- Birthday: October 01, 1935
- Fun Faith Fact!: Andrews participated in psychoanalysis in the 1960s.
Julie Andrews is an English actress, author, and singer. Andrews has won numerous awards throughout her career through seven decades, including two Primetime Emmy Awards, an Academy Award, three Grammys, and six Golden Globes, not to mention the three Tony Award nominations under her belt. Though she got her start on Broadway, Andrews made her film debut in one of her most well-known films, "Mary Poppins," in 1964. In 1965, she starred in another one of her most famous films, "The Sound of Music," as Maria von Trapp.
Andrews would star in numerous other films from 1965 to 1986, though her workload started decreasing around 1986. However, in 2000, things started picking up again, with her role in "The Princess Diaries" and its sequel. She also did animation work, lending her voice to the "Despicable Me" and "Shrek" franchises.
Is Julie Andrews religious?
Julie Andrews doesn't publicly claim any religion. However, she says that she did some psychoanalysis in the 1960s to help clear her mind. Andrews said, "This brand new world [of stardom] was coming at me extremely fast, and I was feeling a lot of things that needed sorting and understanding, and I really did feel I needed some answers. Psychoanalysis helped me stick to essentials, and I was very fortunate to have a very wise man who helped enormously."
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