Julie Hagerty biography

Julie Hagerty

Date of Birth: June 15, 1955

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hagerty studied acting as a child. When she came to New York, she continued her studies at Juilliard drama school and became involved with The Production Company, an off-off Broadway company that was founded by her brother Michael and director Norman Rene.

Soon after performing in one of her brother's plays, she was asked to audition for the comedy film Airplane! (1980) and won the role of ditzy stewardess Elaine Dickinson. The film was a hit and launched her career into high drive. She next appeared in Woody Allen's A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy, followed by a sequel to Airplane!.

Aside from exceptional performances in Lost in America (1985), What About Bob? (1991), Noises Off... (1992), Goodbye, New York (1996) and The Story Of Us (1999), Hagerty fell into obscurity in the '90s. Switching gears, she tried a number of small screen projects including the telefilms The House of Blue Leaves, Necessary Parties, London Suite and Jackie's Back. She also starred in a short-lived sitcom Princesses and made guest appearance on the series ER, Everybody Loves Raymond, Malcom in the Middle and Murphy Brown.

She continues to work steadily in films such as A Guy Thing (2003), Just Friends (2005), She's the Man (2006) and Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009).


Confessions of a Shopaholic(2009)
She's the Man(2006)
Just Friends(2005)
A Host of Trouble (2005)
Pizza (2005)
Adam & Steve (2005)
Pope Dreams (2005)
A Guy Thing(2003)
The Badge (2002)
Freddy Got Fingered(2001)
Baby Bedlam (2000)
Gut Feeling (1999)
Mel (1999)
The Story Of Us(1999)
Held Up(1999)
Boys Will Be Boys (1997)
Women Without Implants (1997)
U Turn (1997)
The Wife (1996)
Noises Off... (1992)
What About Bob? (1991)
Reversal of Fortune (1990)
Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989)
Rude Awakening (1989)
Beyond Therapy (1987)
Bad Medicine (1985)
Goodbye, New York (1985)
Lost in America(1985)
Airplane II: The Sequel (1982)
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy(1982)

Julie Hagerty Filmography


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