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Julie Hagerty – MovieActors.com

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Hagerty in Airplane II.

About Julie Hagerty (1955 – )
hagerty-photos Julie Hagerty was born on June 15, 1955 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Sometimes Julie Hagerty is credited as Julie Haggerty.

In 1985, Julie Hagerty listed as one of twelve Promising New Actors in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 37. Julie Hagerty auditioned for her first role in the Off-Off Broadway play, Mutual Benefit Life, directed by Norman Rene.

Julie Hagerty was born in Cincinnati to a musician and a singer/model. Hagerty spent her summers in New York City. She moved there in 1972, where her brother was working in the theater at The Production Company. Julie worked as a model and studied acting in New York, with William Hickey.

By 1979, she made her acting debut with The Production Company's Mutual Benefit Life. She was reportedly just auditioning for the play for the experience, and was cast. As a result of the production, she was spotted and cast in Airplane!

In 1980 Julie Hagerty was letter-perfect in the comedic role of Elaine Dickinson, the flight attendant, in her first film, the Zucker Brothers' disaster film spoof, Airplane!

Next, Hagerty appeared in the Airplane II: The Sequel, reprising her role as the goofy flight attendant, Elaine.

In 1985, Julie Hagerty starred in Albert Brook's Lost in America, in which she played with Brooks as a husband and wife couple who liquidate their assets, buy a motor home and get ready for adventure, leaving their dull middle class life behind. But on their first night out Hagerty gambles away all their money at a casino and the couple are in for a different adventure than the one they had hoped for.

In 1987, Julie Hagerty starred in Robert Altman's comedy, Beyond Therapy, with Jeff Goldblum, in the story of two Manhattan professionals who find each other in the personals. Complications arise because one of them already has a live-in lover.

In 1991, Julie Hagerty played a sanctimonious psychiatrist's wife in What About Bob? Bob, played by Bill Murray, is a phobic patient who chases down his therapist to his summer home, and charms his family, much to the horror of the utterly dull psychiatrist, played by Richard Dreyfuss.

Since then, Hagerty has been guest starring on such television series as Murphy Brown, ER, Reunited, Everybody Loves Raymond, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Malcolm in the Middle and Girlfriends. Julie also appeared as an ensemble player in movies, made for TV movies and shorts. Julie Hagerty's notable movie credits include...

If I Had Known I Was A Genius (2007)
Pope Dreams (2006)
She's The Man (2006)
Just Friends (2005)
A Host Of Trouble (2005)
Pizza (2005)
Freddy Got Fingered (2001)
The Story Of Us (1999)
Boys Will Be Boys (1997)
What About Bob? (1991)
Rude Awakening (1989)
Goodbye, New York (1985)
airplane ii: the sequel (1982)
airplane! (1980)

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Hagerty in A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy.

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Julie Hagerty in NOISES OFF (1992)

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Julie Hagerty in Airplane II.