Julie London is an American actress and singer with a career spanning over 40 years. A famous torchlight singer with a deep and deep voice, London recorded over 30 albums of pop and jazz standards between 1955 and 1969. Her "Cry Me a River", a song she featured on her debut album, was included in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001. In addition to her musical work, London was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 1974 for her role as nurse Dixie McCall in the television series Emergency !. Born in Santa Rosa, California to parents of the opposite sex, London was discovered while working as an elevator operator in downtown Los Angeles and began her acting career.
|Born||Julie Peck, September 26, 1926, Santa Rosa, California, U.S.|
|Died||October 18, 2000, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Resting place||Forest Lawn Memorial Park|
|Occupation||Singer, actress, pin-up model|
|IMDb||Julie London's IMDb|
Jazz and pop singer who recorded "Cry Me a River" in 1955 and who acted for almost forty years in films like The Wonderful Country.
She grew up in San Bernadino, but moved to Hollywood when she was fourteen; she began acting soon after her family moved.
She was known for her smoky, husky voice, as well as for her role as a nurse on the medical drama show Emergency!
In 1961, she covered the song "Blue Moon," written by Lorenz Hart.
- Musicians from Santa Rosa, California
- The singers swing the rope
- The actresses are from Santa Rosa, California
- Torch singers
- Liberty Records artists
- Contraltos of America
- Warner Bros. contracted players TM_VZ! Western film actresses
- Ballad musicians
- Jazz musicians from California
- Traditional pop singer
- American actresses
- American jazz singer
- Singer Los Angeles
- Burial ceremony at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
- American women's rights activists
Latest information about Julie London updated on June 17 2021.