Julia McKenzie

Actress + Presenter + Director + Writer
Born Feb 17, 1941

Julia McKenzie is an English actress, singer and theatre director. She is best known for her performance in Fresh Fields, but to current television audiences, she may be better known for her role as Miss Marple in Agatha Christie's Marple. McKenzie has also appeared on the stage in both the West End and on Broadway, including in several Stephen Sondheim musicals.… Read More

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1941 Birth She was born Julia Kathleen McKenzie on 17 February 1941, in Enfield, Middlesex, England, the daughter of Kathleen Rowe and Albion McKenzie. … Read More


1976 35 Years Old She appeared in Side By Side By Sondheim in the West End in 1976 and on Broadway in 1977, and was nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for her performance. McKenzie appeared in a National Theatre 80th birthday tribute to Lord Olivier, Happy Birthday, Sir Larry on 31 May 1987 in the presence of Olivier himself. … Read More


2007 66 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2007 she was reunited with Anton Rodgers (again as a husband and wife team) in the ITV comedy You Can Choose Your Friends.
2008 67 Years Old In 2008 she was announced as the replacement for Geraldine McEwan as ITV's Miss Marple. … Read More
2012 71 Years Old During the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony she played Her Majesty the Queen on board the helicopter in the short film Happy and Glorious. … Read More
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