Dame Julia Mary Walters, known professionally as Julie Walters, is an English actress, comedian, and author. She is the recipient of four BAFTA TV Awards, two BAFTA Film Awards, a BAFTA Fellowship, and a Golden Globe. Walters has been nominated twice for an Academy Award, once for Best Actress and once for Best Supporting Actress. Walters rose to prominence for playing the title role in Educating Rita, a role which she had originated on the West End. She has appeared in a number of movies, including Personal Services, Stepping Out, Sister My Sister, Billy Elliot, Calendar Girls, Wah-Wah, Driving Lessons, Becoming Jane, Mamma Mia! and its 2018 sequel, Brave, Paddington and it's 2017 sequel, Brooklyn, Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool, and Mary Poppins Returns. Walters also played Molly Weasley in the Harry Potter film series. On stage, she won an Olivier Award for Best Actress for the 2001 production of All My Sons.
|Born:||Julia Mary Walters, February 22, 1950, Birmingham, England|
|Occupation:||Actress, comedian, author|
|Partner(s):||Pete Postlethwaite, (c. 1974–1979)|
|IMDb:||Julie Walters's IMDb|
About Julie Walters
Actress who gained fame for her role as the matriarch of the Weasley family in the Harry Potter film franchise. She originally rose to stardom for her performance in Educating Rita. She also plays Rosie in the 2008 movie musical Mamma Mia! and Mrs. Bird in the 2014 film Paddington.
At age 18, she spent 18 months training to become a nurse.
She had her first job at age 15, working at an insurance company.
She married Grant Roffey in 1997, 11 years after their whirlwind romance began. They had a daughter named Maisie Mae Roffey.
She starred as the mother of Rupert Grint's character in the Harry Potter films.
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- International Emmy Award for Best Actress winners
- Actors from Staffordshire
- Actresses from Birmingham, West Midlands
- Best Actress BAFTA Award winners
- Best Supporting Actress BAFTA Award winners
- Actresses awarded British damehoods
- Best Musical or Comedy Actress Golden Globe (film) winners
- BAFTA fellows
- Actors at the Royal Exchange, Manchester
- English nurses
- Alumni of Manchester Metropolitan University
- English musical theatre actresses
- People with cancer
- English voice actresses
- Laurence Olivier Award winners
- Royal Shakespeare Company members