Julie Christie was ranked at number 32 in glamour.com's The 50 most glamorous women of '08.
On January 27, 2008, Julie Christie won the Screen Actors Guild award in the 'Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role' category for her performance in Away From Her.
Christie has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance as Fiona Anderson, a woman suffering from Alzheimer's disease in Sarah Polley's acclaimed opera prima Away From Her.
In May 2007, Julie Christie was named as one of People Magazine's One Hundred Most Beautiful People in the World (over 60).
In the 1980s, Julie Christie moved home to the UK and become a campaigner for a range of causes, including animal rights and nuclear disarmament.
She signed for the female lead in American Gigolo (1980) when Richard Gere was expected to play opposite her. However, she dropped out when Gere was replaced by John Travolta.
She signed to play Agatha Christie in the movie Agatha (1979), but was forced to drop out after she broke a wrist while roller-skating.
Julie turned down one million dollars to play Liz Cassidy (the Jackie Kennedy Onassis character) in The Greek Tycoon (1978).
She has said her idol is Marlon Brando.
Julie turned down the lead in They Shoot Horses Don't They? (1969) and Anne of a Thousand Days (1969). The parts both gained Academy Award nominations for the actresses who got them, Jane Fonda and Geneviève Bujold.
She arrived as a super-star with the movie Darling (1965).
Charlton Heston wanted Julie for his movie The War Lord (1965), but the studio refused to pay the fee her agent held out for.
Julie's mother, Rosemary Ramsden, was a painter who came originally from Wales.
One of her more recent roles is as Madame Rosmerta in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004).
Julie's first movie role was in Crooks Anonymous (1962).
Her current partner is Duncan Campbell, a British journalist who works for The Guardian of London.
In the 1970s, she lived in Los Angeles, much of the time with Warren Beatty.
Julie's first break was in a BBC science fiction television show, A for Andromeda. Only episode six and a few other fragments survive.
She was expelled from a convent school in India.
Julie was born in Assam, India, where her English father ran a plantation.
She trained at the Central School of Music and Drama, London.
Julie won an Academy Award (Best Actress) for her part in Darling (1965), and received another Academy Award nomination for McCabe and Mrs Miller (1971).
Al Pacino called Julie Christie "the most poetic of all actresses".
Julie Christie: It's lovely to receive an award from your own Union. Especially at a time when we are being so forcibily reminded, how important Unions are.