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JULIE HAGERTY is perhaps best known for her performances as Trans American Airlines stewardess Elaine Dickinson in the classic ‘Airplane!' films and as Albert Brooks' wife Linda Howard in ‘Lost in America'.

Hagerty was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she began taking acting classes at an early age. After graduating from high school, Hagerty moved to New York, where she performed in her first play (at her brother's off-off Broadway theatre company). Shortly thereafter, she auditioned for the Abrahams/Zucker spoof of the Airport disaster film and won the role that launched her career.

Hagerty just recently wrapped the Dreamworks feature film She's the Man, directed by Andy Fickman. Her screen credits also include Rob Reiner's The Story of Us, Woody Allen's A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy, Robert Altman's Beyond Therapy, Frank Oz's What about Bob?, Peter Bogdonovich's Noises Off, Oliver Stone's U-Turn, Freddy Got Fingered, Tom Noonan's The Wife, Mel and Boys Will Be Boys. 

An accomplished stage actor, Hagerty received the Drama Critics Award for her role in "Raised in Captivity” and the Theatre World Award (an accolade given to Broadway's most outstanding newcomer) for John Guare's "The House of Blue Leaves”. She also received the Outer Critics Award for her performance in "Mornings At Seven” on Broadway. Additional stage credits include "The Odd Couple”, "Moon Over Miami”, "Born Yesterday”, "Front Page”, A.R. Gurney's "A Cheever Evening” and Shel Silverstein's "Wild Life”.

In addition to the American Playhouse presentation of The House of Blue Leaves, Hagerty starred in the telefilms London Suite, The Visit, Tourist Trap, Necessary Pilots and the mockumentary Jackie's Back! The series lead on UPN's Reunited, Hagerty has also appeared on numerous series including ER, Everybody Loves Raymond, Malcolm in the Middle, The Guardian, and Law & Order SUV.


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