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JULIE WALTERS made her theatre debut in 1980 when she played the title role in Willy Russell's play "Educating Rita,” for which she subsequently won the Variety Club and the Critics Award for Best Newcomer. The film of the play was made in 1983 and Julie Walters won a BAFTA award for Best Film Actress, a Golden Globe Award and an Oscar® nomination performing alongside Michael Caine. Julie Walters also received a BAFTA Film Award, an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a supporting Role for playing Billy's dancing teacher in the film BILLY ELLIOTT. Recent film credits include CALENDAR GIRLS and her role as Molly Weasley in the four HARRY POTTER films.

For her performance in Sam's Shepard's play "Fool for Love” at the National Theatre in London she was nominated for the Olivier Award, which she won for her role in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons,” also at the National Theatre.

Julie Walters is well known for her TV appearences alongside comedienne Victoria Woods, including the BAFTA award winning TV series "Dinnerladies.” Further TV credits include the BBC films "Say Something Happened” written by Alan Bennet and Alan's Bleasedale's "Boys From the Blackstuff,” receiving a BAFTA nomination for each. She won the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress in 2002, 2003 and 2004 for her peformances in "My Beautiful Son,” "Murder” and "The Canterbury Tales,” respectively.


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