Julie London Measurements, Bio, Bikini Pics, Instagram, And More!
American Actress and Singer
Born 1926 in Santa Rosa, California
Julie London died on October 18, 2000; her acting career spanned more than 35 years, coming to a close with the part of nurse Dixie McCall, RN, on the TV drama “Emergency!” (1972-1979). She was most known for her smokey, seductive voice and at her singing peak in the 1950s.
London, who is primarily recognized as a vocalist, has produced more than 20 films. In the 1958 Anthony Mann and Gary Cooper picture “Man of the West,” in which she played the lone female role and was subjected to abuse and humiliation by an outlaw group, she gave one of her best performances.
After divorcing Jack Webb, she became rather reclusive until she ran upon jazz musician and composer Bobby Troup in a club on La Brea Boulevard in 1954. Wesleyan University Press, 1998. Powell, D.A. “Tea,” p. 70. ISBN 0-8195-6334-X. They tied the knot on December 31, 1959, and were together till his passing in February 1999. The duo had two sons and one daughter together.
She had a stroke in 1995 and remained unwell until her death in Encino, California, at age 74. Four of her five children survived her.
Julie London was buried in Los Angeles’ Forest Lawn – Hollywood Hills Cemetery following her death in October 2000. Her star is found at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Julie London Quick Facts
|Source||Actress and Singer|
|Discovered||Discovered by talent agent Sue Carol|
|Award||Billboard magazine’s most popular female vocalist, 1955-57.|
|Age||Died at 74|
|Famous as||Role in The Fat Man|
Short Bio & Body Measurements
|Full Name||Julie London|
|Spouse||Jack Webb (m. 1947; div. 1954)|