Acted opposite James Garner in "The Americanization of Emily"
Became the youngest solo performer ever to be seen in a Royal Command Variety Performance, at the London Palladium
Earned an Emmy nomination for guest starring on the NBC-TV variety series, "The Andy Williams Show"
Featured in the Rodgers and Hammerstein television musical, "Cinderella"; aired live on CBS
Last feature for eight years, Gene Saks' "A Fine Romance"
Made her television dramatic debut in the ABC made-for-TV movie, "Our Sons"
Narrated the Disney film, "Enchanted"
Played the title role in Disney's "Mary Poppins"; won Best Actress Academy Award
Portrayed Gertrude Lawrence in Robert Wise's "Star!"
Published her autobiography, <i>Home: A Memoir of My Early Years</i>
Returned to features after eight years in "Relative Values," an adaptation of a Noel Coward play
Returned to the NYC stage for a limited run at the Manhattan Theatre Club in the off-Broadway revue of Stephen Sondheim's "Putting It Together"
Voiced Fiona's mother, the Queen, in the animated feature "Shrek 2"
Appeared in Blake Edwards' "S.O.B."; famously appeared topless
Appeared in the NBC color special, "The Julie Andrews Show," which featured Gene Kelly and The New Christy Minstrels as guests
Became a regular cast member on the BBC radio comedy show, "Educating Archie"
First of back-to-back films with director George Roy Hill, "Hawaii"
Made Broadway debut portraying Polly Browne in the successful London musical, "The Boy Friend"
Named the Official Ambassador for Disneyland's 18 month-long, 50th anniversary celebration, the "Happiest Homecoming on Earth"
Played duel roles of Victoria Grant and Count Victor Grezhinski in Edwards' "Victor/Victoria"; earned third Best Actress Academy Award nomination
Portrayed the nanny in two ABC made-for-television movies based on the Eloise books, "Eloise at the Plaza" and "Eloise at Christmastime"; earned an Emmy nomination for latter film
Portrayed the Queen of Genovia in the Disney comedy, "The Princess Diaries"
Re-teamed with James Garner for the CBS made-for-TV movie, "One Special Night"
Reprised role of the Queen for "Shrek the Third"
Returned to Broadway after 35 years to star in the stage musical version of "Victor/Victoria"; written and directed by Edwards
Appeared with Bing Crosby in what is considered the first made-for-television movie, "High Tor" on CBS
First film credit, dubbing her voice for the English-language version of Italian animated film, "La rosa di Bagdad/The Rose of Bagdad"
Portrayed Maria von Trapp in Robert Wise's "The Sound of Music"; earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress
Professional stage debut at the London Hippodrome as part of a musical revue called "Starlight Waltz"
Re-teamed with Christopher Plummer for live TV production of "On Golden Pond" (CBS)
Re-teamed with Hill for the musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie"
Recorded the speaking voice of Polly for the British stage musical, "Dr. Dolittle"
Second film with Edwards, "The Tamarind Seed"
Seventh and last feature with Edwards, "That's Life!"
Starred in an ABC holiday special, "Julie Andrews: The Sound Of Christmas"
Starred on Broadway as Guinevere to Richard Burton's King Arthur in Lerner and Loewe's "Camelot"
Starred with Paul Newman in the Hitchcock thriller, "Torn Curtain"
Voiced the character of Gru's Mom in the animated film "Despicable Me"
Acted in first of seven films directed by husband Blake Edwards, "Darling Lili"
Again directed by husband Blake Edwards in "10," also starring with Bo Derek and Dudley Moore
Appeared with Jim Henson's the Muppets on a CBS-TV special, "Julie Andrews: One Step Into Spring"
Began performing on stage with her parents, singing while her mother played the piano
Co-starred in a CBS special with Carol Burnett which was taped at Carnegie Hall in New York
Declined nomination for Tony Award as Outstanding Actress in a Musical because she was sole nominee for "Victor/Victoria"
Directed a revival of "The Boy Friend," the musical in which she made her Broadway debut in 1954
Made her television debut on the BBC program "RadiOlympia Showtime"
Played Eliza Doolittle to Rex Harrison's Henry Higgins in the Broadway production of Lerner and Loewe's "My Fair Lady"
Played the queen of all the tooth fairies in the comedy film, "The Tooth Fairy"
Reprised role as Queen of Genovia in "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement"
Starred in her own television variety series, "The Julie Andrews Hour" on the ABC network; cancelled after one season
Starred in the short-lived ABC sitcom, "Julie"
Earned a Grammy nomination for narrating <i>Julie Andrews' Collection Of Poems, Songs, And Lullabies</i>