Julie Andrews Awards and Nominations...
An Impressive List!




Julie Andrews awards have been many, along with even more nominations. I have compiled a list below highlighting all those achievements in her movie career.

“Julie Andrews is not just a star, she’s an entire whirling constellation”
- An enthusiastic critic.

ACADEMY AWARDS

YEAR AWARD
or
NOMINATION
CATEGORYMOVIE
1965 Won Oscar: Best Actress in a Leading Role Mary Poppins (1964)
1966 Nomination Oscar: Best Actress in a Leading RoleThe Sound of Music (1965)
1983 Nomination Oscar: Best Actress in a Leading RoleVictor Victoria (1982)

BAFTA AWARDS

YEAR AWARD
or
NOMINATION
CATEGORYMOVIE
1965 Won BAFTA Film Award
Most Promising Newcomer
to Leading Film Roles
Mary Poppins (1964)
1966 Nomination BAFTA Film Award Best British ActressThe Americanization
of Emily (1964)
1966 Nomination BAFTA Film Award Best British Actress The Sound of Music (1965)

DAVID di DONATELLO AWARDS

YEAR AWARD
or
NOMINATION
CATEGORYMOVIE
1966 Won David Award: Best Foreign ActressThe Sound of Music (1965)
1983 Won David Award: Best Foreign ActressVictor Victoria (1982)

DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS

YEAR AWARD
or
NOMINATION
CATEGORYMOVIE
1981 Nomination Daytime Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming – Performers"The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People" (1973)

EMMY AWARDS

YEAR AWARD
or
NOMINATION
CATEGORYMOVIE or
TV SHOW
1958 Nomination Emmy: Actress - Best Single Performance - Lead or SupportCinderella (1957) (TV)
1965 Nomination Emmy: Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers "The Andy Williams Show" - for episode on 30 November 1964.
1972 Nomination Emmy: Outstanding Single Program - Variety or Musical - Variety and Popular MusicJulie and Carol at Lincoln Center (1971) (TV) *
1973 Nomination Emmy: Outstanding New Series "The Julie Andrews Hour" (1972)**
1973 Won Emmy: Outstanding Variety Musical Series"The Julie Andrews Hour" (1972)***
1995 Nomination Emmy: Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program The Sound of Julie Andrews (1995) (TV)
2004 Nomination Emmy: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series or a MovieEloise at Christmastime (2003) (TV)
2005 Won Emmy: Outstanding Nonfiction Series"Broadway: The American Musical" (2004)****

The following Julie Andrews awards were shared with:

* Joe Hamilton (producer), Carol Burnett (star)
** Nick Vanoff (producer)
*** Nick Vanoff (producer), William O. Harbach (producer)
**** David Horn (executive producer), Jac Venza (executive producer), Bill O'Donnell (supervising producer), Michael Kantor (producer), Jeffrey Dupre (producer,) Sally Rosenthal (producer)

GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS

YEAR AWARD
or
NOMINATION
CATEGORYMOVIE or
TV SHOW
1965 Won Golden Globe: Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/ComedyMary Poppins (1964)
1966 Won Golden Globe: Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/ComedyThe Sound of Music (1965)
1967 Won Henrietta Award: World Film Favorite - Female
1968 Nomination Golden Globe: Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/ComedyThoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
1968 Won Henrietta Award: World Film Favorite - Female
1969 Nomination Henrietta Award: World Film Favorite - Female
1969 Nomination Golden Globe: Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/ComedyStar! (1968)
1970 Nomination Henrietta Award: World Film Favorite - Female
1971 Nomination Golden Globe: Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/ComedyDarling Lili (1970)
1973 Nomination Golden Globe: Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy "The Julie Andrews Hour" (1972)
1980 Nomination Golden Globe: Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/Comedy"10"
1983 Won Golden Globe: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/MusicalVictor Victoria (1982)
1987 Nomination Golden Globe: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - DramaDuet for One (1986)
1987 Nomination Golden Globe: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/MusicalThat's Life! (1986)


OTHER JULIE ANDREWS AWARDS

YEAR AWARD
or
NOMINATION
CATEGORYMOVIE or
TV SHOW
1965 Won Golden Laurel: Musical Performance, FemaleMary Poppins (1964)
1966 2nd Place Golden Laurel: Female Star
1966 Won Golden Laurel: Musical Performance, Female The Sound of Music (1965)
1967 Won Golden Laurel: Female Star
1967 Won Golden Laurel: Female Comedy PerformanceThoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
1968 Won Golden Laurel: Female Star
1970 Nomination Golden Laurel: Female Star 6th place
1971 Nomination Golden Laurel: Female Star 10th place
1983 Won KCFCC (Kansas City Film Critics Cirlcle) Award: Best ActressVictor Victoria (1982)
1983 Won Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA - Woman of the Year
1983 Won People's Choice Award - Film Acting
1993 Won Women in Film Crystal Awards - Crystal Award
1996 Nomination Tony Award: Best Actress in a Musical - nominated, but turned down by Andrews Victor/Victoria
2001 Won Society of Singers Lifetime Achievers Award
2001 Won San Sebastián International Film Festival - Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award
2001 Won Kennedy Center Honors - Honoree
2002 Nomination Blimp Award: Favorite Female Movie StarThe Princess Diaries (2001)
2005 Won Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards - Lifetime Achievement Award
2007Won Screen Actors Guild Awards - Life Achievement Award
2009 Won George and Ira Gerschwin Award - Lifetime Musical Achievement


And a few other Julie Andrews awards and recognitions to mention......

She also appears in the 2002 List of "100 Greatest Britons" carried out by the BBC where the public vote and choose for whom they want. Julie came 59th ranked higher than Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (61st) and Jane Austen (70th)

From 2005 -2006 she was the Official Ambassador of the Happiest Homecoming on Earth for Disneyland's 50th Anniversary Celebration.

It is of no surprise that she was named the top female movie star of the year for the Quigley Poll in 1966.This was one of the Julie Andrews awards that was repeated in 1967 and again in 1968.Dame Julie Andrews

Probably the most prestigious of the Julie Andrews awards that she received was that of Dame Commander of the British Empire (DBE) by Queen Elizabeth on New Year's Eve, 1999. Dame Julie Andrews 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.”

Julie also appeared in a special salute at the 2003 Academy Awards, which celebrated 75 years of "Oscar" and the awards show. She was honored with the 2006Star Walk of Fame Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award on September 25, 2006.

In the summer of 2008, I went on a family vacation down to Los Angeles, California. We strolled along the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, looking out for Julie Andrew’s star on the pavement. We eventually found it at 6901 Hollywood Blvd. It was dedicated on 5 Oct, 1979 for her contribution to the motion picture industry.

  Julie Andrews Handprint Much to my delight we also found Julie's handprints directly in front of the new addition to the Grauman’s Chinese Restaurant, a little bit further along the Walk of Fame. Check out the photo that my kids took of me……………..

In 2007 Julie Andrews was nominated as one of the Greatest Living Britons. It's an award that recognises her as one of the most creative and successful people in the UK, achieving fame within her professional world. The winner was HM The Queen. Oh well Julie…………you’ll still be our Queen in the movie world!

You can find out more information on the above Julie Andrews awards and nominations movies by going to the Julie Andrews Films page.



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