Julia McKenzie

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Julia McKenzie (born 17 February 1941) is an English actress, singer, and theatre director.


She was born Julia Kathleen McKenzie in Enfield, Middlesex, England, the daughter of Kathleen Rowe and Albion McKenzie. She is also a patron of The Stephen Sondheim Appreciation Society.


In London's West End her performing credits include Guys and Dolls (Miss Adelaide) and Sweeney Todd (Mrs Lovett), winning the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for both, and Woman in Mind for which she received the Evening Standard Award for Best Actress. She has also appeared in Follies and Into the Woods. She appeared in Side By Side By Sondheim in the West End and on Broadway, and was nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for her performance.

Also McKenzie appeared in a National Theatre 80th birthday tribute to Sir Laurence Olivier, Happy Birthday, Sir Larry on 31 May 1987 in the presence of Olivier himself.


On television, McKenzie co-starred with Irene Handl in the sitcom Maggie and Her (1978–79), and with Gareth Hunt in That Beryl Marston...! (1981). She went on to greater popularity with British viewers as Hester in Fresh Fields and the sequel French Fields in the 1980s opposite Anton Rodgers, for which she was voted TV Times Favourite Female Comedy Performance for five consecutive years. She also appeared as Mrs Forthby in...... ...
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