Julie Harris autograph on a 8 x 10 movie-still ( Paramount Pictures ) of the movie “The Power and the Glory”.
The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Aged 19, landed her first Broadway part. Reprising her role in the film adaptation of The Member of the Wedding (1952), Harris scored an Oscar nomination for Best Actress in her first major film appearance. Along with the well-received film version of I Am a Camera in 1955, Harris starred in perhaps her best-known film that same year: Elia Kazan's East of Eden. As initially-coquettish Abra, Harris became a sensitive yet sensible romantic lead opposite an anguished James Dean in his legendary debut. With this trio of films, Harris became part of the 1950s cinematic turn toward performative "realism" exemplified by Method actor icons Dean and Marlon Brando.
Awarded the National Medal of the Arts in 1994 to go with her Tonys and Emmys, Harris noted in 1990s interviews that her passion for her craft had not always meshed with her personal life. Harris has been married three times.