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Walters, Julie (I) Biography




biography of Walters, Julie (I)

Julia Mary Walters
22 February 1950, Smethwick, West Midlands, England, UK
5' 3"
For decades Brit actress and comedienne Julie Walters has served as a sturdy representation of the working class with her passionate, earthy portrayals on England's stage, screen and TV. A bona fide talent, her infectious spirit and self-deprecating sense of humor eventually captured the hearts of international audiences. The small and slender actress with the prominent cheekbones has yet to give an uninteresting performance. She was born Julia Mary Walters on February 22, 1950, the youngest of three and only daughter of Irish-Catholic parents. Convent schooled in Birmingham, she expressed an early desire to act. Her iron-willed mother had other ideas, however, and geared her towards a nursing career. Dutifully applying at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, Julie eventually gave up nursing when the pull to be an actress proved too strong. Studying English and Drama at Manchester Polytechnic, she subsequently joined a theatre company in Liverpool and apprenticed as a stand-up comic. A one-time company member of the Vanload improv troupe, she made her London stage debut in the aptly-titled comedy "Funny Peculiar" in 1975, and went on to develop a successfully bawdy act on the cabaret circuit. While at Manchester, Julie befriended aspiring writer/comedienne 'Victoria Wood (I)' (qv) and the twosome appeared together in sketch comedy. A couple of their works, "Talent" and "Nearly a Happy Ending," transferred to TV and were accompanied by rave reviews. Eventually they were handed their own TV series, _"Wood and Walters" (1981)_ (qv). In 1980, Julie scored a huge solo success under the theatre lights when she made her London debut in 'Willy Russell' (qv)'s "Educating Rita." For her superlative performance she won both the Variety Critic's and London Critic's Circle Awards as the young hairdresser who vows to up her station in life by enrolling in a university. She conquered film as well when _Educating Rita (1983)_ (qv) transferred to the big screen opposite 'Michael Caine (I)' (qv) as her Henry Higgins-like college professor, collecting a Golden Globe Award and Oscar nomination. Reuniting with 'Victoria Wood (I)' (qv) in 1984, the pair continue to appear together frequently on TV, most recently with the award-winning series _"Dinnerladies" (1998)_ (qv). On stage Julie has impressed in a variety of roles ranging from the contemporary ("Fool for Love," "Frankie and Johnny at the Clair de Lune") to the classics ("Macbeth," "The Rose Tattoo" and "All My Sons"), winning the Olivier Award for the last-mentioned play. Following her success as Rita, she immediately rolled out a sterling succession of film femmes including her seedy waitress-turned-successful brothel-owner in _Personal Services (1987)_ (qv); the unsophisticated, small-town wife of 'Phil Collins (I)' (qv) in _Buster (1988)_ (qv); a boozy, man-chasing mum in _Killing Dad or How to Love Your Mother (1990)_ (qv); and 'Liza Minnelli' (qv)'s abrasive tap student in _Stepping Out (1991)_ (qv). Playing a wide variety of ages, she also mustered up a very convincing role as the mother of 'Joe Orton (I)' (qv) in the critically-acclaimed _Prick Up Your Ears (1987)_ (qv). She capped her career in films as the abrasively stern but encouraging dance teacher in _Billy Elliot (2000)_ (qv) which earned her a second Oscar nod and a healthy helping of quirky character parts, including her charming, charity-driven widow who poses à la natural in _Calendar Girls (2003)_ (qv), and the maternal witch-wife Molly Weasley in the 'J.K. Rowling' (qv) "Harry Potter" series. For her work on film and TV, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts has honored Julie five times, including four awards in a row (2001-2004). Married to Grant Roffey since 1997 after a 12-year relationship, the couple tend to a 70-acre organic farm they bought in Sussex. They have one child. Julie was honored with an OBE for her services to drama in 1999. A biography was published in 2003 entitled "Julie Walters: Seriously Funny."
Gary Brumburgh / gr-home@pacbell.net



-   'Grant Roffey' (1997 - present); 1 child


-   Born at 3:00pm-BST

-   She ranked first in the 2001 Orange Film Survey of Greatest British Films actresses.

-   She was awarded an O.B.E (Officer of the Order of the British Empire)in the 1999 Queen's Birthday Honors List for her services to drama.

-   She was awarded the 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 2001 (2001 season) for Best Actress for her performance in "All My Sons" at the Royal National Theatre, Cottesloe.

-   Julie's strong-minded mother, who wished a nursing career for her daughter, was openly upset by Julie's switch of professions to acting. When her mother died in 1989, Walters found among her possessions a box stuffed with newspaper clippings that had recorded Julie's many successes.

-   Julie's child Maisie was stricken with leukemia at the age of two. The girl miraculously recovered and inspired Walters to write the book "Baby Talk" in 1990.

-   Julie's own birth was complicated, the umbilical cord was wrapped round her neck and a priest was actually called to give both mother and baby the Last Rites. Miraculously she was delivered safely and survived.

-   A former boyfriend of Julie's noticed her acting ability and encouraged her to pursue an acting career. He later proposed marriage to her but she turned him down, having finally discovered her vocation in life and realising that marriage at that point would have held her back

-   She was awarded the C.B.E. (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2008 Queen's New Years Honors List for her services to drama.

-   Confessed in a British magazine interview that the worst job she ever had was testing ill people's stools (Sept. 2008).

-   Former girlfriend of 'Pete Postlethwaite' (qv).

-   Was forced to deliver her daughter Maisie via Caesarean section due to her diabetes.

-   Despite playing her mother on _"Dinnerladies" (1998)_ (qv), Walters is only 3 years older than 'Victoria Wood (I)' (qv).

-   Gave birth to her 1st child at age 38, a daughter Maisie Mae Roffey on April 26, 1988. Child's father is her boyfriend (now husband), Grant Roffey.

-   (1997) Married her boyfriend of 11 years and father of her 9-year-old daughter Maisie Grant Roffey.


-   (2002) TV commercial for Glist washing-up liquid

-   (2003, 2004, 2007) TV commercials for Asda supermarket

-   (1996) TV commercial for Clorets breath freshener

-   (1991) TV commercial for Cussons Imperial Leather soap

-   (1976) She acted in 'Mike Stott' (qv)'s play, "Funny Peculiar", at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with 'Richard Beckinsale' (qv) and 'Pete Postlethwaite' (qv) in the cast.

-   (1979) She acted in 'Mike Leigh (I)' (qv)'s play, "Ecstasy", at the Hampstead Theatre in Hampstead, London, England with 'Ron Cook (I)' (qv), 'Jim Broadbent' (qv) and 'Stephen Rea (I)' (qv) in the cast. 'Mike Leigh (I)' (qv) was also the director.

-   (1991) She acted in 'Tennessee Williams' (qv)' play, "The Rose Tattoo", at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England with 'Ken Stott' (qv) and 'Patricia Hayes (I)' (qv) in the cast. 'Peter Hall (I)' (qv) was the director.

-   (July 1980) She acted in 'Willy Russell' (qv)'s play, "Educating Rita", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Company Warehouse Theatre in London, England with 'Mark Kingston (I)' (qv) in the cast. 'Mike Ockrent' (qv) was the director.

-   (September 1980) She acted in 'Willy Russell' (qv)'s play, "Educating Rita", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with 'Mark Kingston (I)' (qv) in the cast. 'Mike Ockrent' (qv) was the director.

-   (1994) Television campaign for TV License Monthly Budget Plan.

-   (2007-2008) TV commercials for Nintendo DS Brain Training, with 'Patrick Stewart (I)' (qv).

-   (1990) Release of her book, "Baby Talk".

-   (December 1986) She acted in 'Sharman MacDonald''s play, "When I was a Girl I Used to Scream and Shout", at the Whitehall Theatre in Whitehall, London, England with 'Sheila Reid (I)' (qv), 'Geraldine James' (qv) and 'John Gordon Sinclair' (qv) in the cast. Simon Stoke was the director.

-   (1997) TV commercial for Bisto gravy granules

-   (1989) She acted in Terrence McNally's play, "Frankie & Johnny In the Claire De Lune," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Brian Cox in the cast. Paul Benedict was director.


-   Julie Walters. _That's Another Story._ London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2008. ISBN 978-0297852063


-   When I think of the future, I think of doing my washing so I've something to wear tomorrow.

-   Self worth is everything. Without it life is a misery.

-   It's bloody great to get to fifty-five. I've never been bothered about people knowing how old I am.

-   I was asked about doing a nude shoot for men's magazine GQ. I thought it was the funniest thing I'd ever heard.

-   I don't like the future sewn up. I like an open book - the feeling that anything can happen.


-   _Comic Relief 2009 (2009) (TV)_ (qv)


-   (December 2007) London W1D, England


-   "The Times" (UK), 3 July 2008, by: Hugo Rifkind, "Julie Walters: why I'm such a super trouper"

-   "The Guardian" (UK), 13 October 2006, by: Emine Saner, "'It was like being videoed making love'"

-   "Premiere" (UK), July 1997, Vol. 5, Iss. 6, pg. 98, by: Sara Wallace, "Idol Banter"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 30 November 1996, pg. 32-33, by: Tina Ogle, "Lindsay's comic strip"


-   "The Sunday Times Magazine" (UK), 2 September 2012, pg. 62, by: Danny Scott (words) Joel Anderson (portait), "A Life in the Day"

-   "Reader's Digest" (UK), November 2011, pg. 32-37, by: Benji Wilson (words) Paul Hansen (photograph), "No, Seriously"

-   "The Guardian Weekend" (UK), 27 September 2008, pg. 11, by: Rosanna Greenstreet, "Q & A"

-   "The Daily Express" (England, UK), 17 July 2003, pg. 30+31, by: Garth Pearce and Steve Poole, "Ms Mirren bares all"


-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1990, Vol. 3, Iss. 4, pg. 92-93, by: staff, "Julie Walters"


-   "Yours" (UK), April 2002

-   "Nine To Five" (UK), 22 June 1998, Iss. 830

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