Julienne Marie Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Theater, Husband, songs

Julienne Marie (Julienne Marie Hendricks) is an American former actress and singer. She is well known for her work on the Broadway stage.

Julienne Marie Bio

Julienne Marie (Julienne Marie Hendricks) is an American former actress and singer. She is well known for her work on the Broadway stage. Additionally, apart from being an actress in theater, she also appeared in soap operas such as Our Private World of 1965 and Ryan’s Hope of 1978.

Julianne was born to John Hendricks, her father who was a chemist, and her mother Ethel (née Gyurko). Her mother was a stage mother who always pushed her into performing at a very young age. Marie was named for her paternal grandmother, Julia Hendricks. She then dropped her last name and changed Julianne to Julienne, using her first and middle names to create her stage name which is Julienne Marie, since she thought the surname Hendricks sounded “too Midwestern”.

During her school years, Marie took piano lessons and also participated in local pageants. She then moved from Toledo to New York with her family where she began voice training at Juilliard.

Julienne Marie Age

Marie was born on 21 March 1937, in Toledo, Ohio, United States. She is 82 years old as of 2019.

Julienne Marie Height

Marie’s height has not yet been revealed on social media.

Julienne Marie Photo

Julienne Marie Husband|Married|Spouse

Julienne first married Gerald Kean, a writer in 1955. The duo later separated later in 1961. She then met James Earl Jones performing as Othello in the year 1964. The two got married in 1968 but later divorced in 1972. Julienne acknowledged that her marriage to Jones ended since they were apart too much due to work and Jones wanted children which she did not have with him.
She then met advertising executive John Scanlon in the early 1970s and the two got married in 1974. They still remained married until his death in 2001 at age 66 as a result of a heart attack. The duo were patrons for the Ireland-based organization Concern Worldwide. After Scanlon’s death, Marie relocated from Manhattan to a small village in France. Long retired from show business, Julienne established a career as a psychotherapist later in life.

Julienne Marie Children

There are no records revealing any information about Marie’s children neither does she talk about it as she prefers keeping it personal and out of the limelight.

Julienne Marie Theatre

Marie made her Broadway debut in the original production of The King and I as the youngest of Yul Brynner’s child brides. She also received her first Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical back in in 1959 for her appearance as the young Indian maiden in Whoop-Up, which up to played 56 performances. Later, around 1960, Marie turned down a lead role in Lucille Ball’s Wildcat to step into the initial production of Gypsy as Louise, succeeding Sandra Church.

Gypsy Rose Lee herself severally praised Julienne’s performance. Julienne performed 585 shows as Louise opposite Merman. In 1963, Marie won a Theatre World award for her work in the off-Broadway revival of The Boys from Syracuse. In the following year (1964), she received her second Tony Award nomination for being the Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her work in Foxy starring Bert Lahr.

Foxy played for a total of 72 performances. Later in 1965, Marie starred in Do I Hear a Waltz? together with Elizabeth Allen; the show played 220 performances. Marie’s final Broadway portrayal came in 1980 for the musical Charlie and Algernon; where the show played just 17 performances. Still, in the late 1980s, Marie performed a cabaret act.

Julienne Marie Songs

  • We’re Gonna Be All Right- 1965
  • What Do We Do? We Fly!-1965
  • Moon in My Window 1965
  • Perfectly Lovely Couple 1965
  • Moon in My Window 2014
  • We’re Gonna Be All Right 2014
  • Here We Are Again2014
  • What Do We Do? We Fly!2014
  • I Wash My Hands 2009
  • Sing for Your Supper
  • Perfectly Lovely Couple 2014
  • Never Before 2009
  • ‘Til the Big Fat Moon Falls Down- 2010