#87 Julie Christie

8 01 2011

Al Pacino called her “The most poetic of all actresses”. She grew up on her father’s tea plantation in India and was later educated in England.  In 1963 she received an Academy Award for her fourth role, Diana Scott in Darling.  Not usually associated with horror/fantasy/SF, she still has many credits – Fahrenheit 451, The Go-Between (well, it scared ME!), Don’t Look Now, The Demon Seed, Heaven Can Wait, Memoirs of a Survivor, DragonHeart, Belphegor – Le Fantome du Lourve, No Such Thing, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Finding Neverland, Red Riding Hood, and Hello Darkness.




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