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The first two roles Julie Andrews landed upon arriving in Hollywood were the leads in “Mary Poppins” and “The Sound of Music” – iconic characters that captured the hearts of children in the 1960s.
And just like that, Andrews became a star with a career in movies that would last for decades. Her films continue to touch new generations of viewers.
Now Andrews has written a book titled “Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years.” It gives readers a glimpse into her life off screen and showcases the less glamorous side of celebrity.
Andrews co-wrote the book with her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton. Diane spoke with both of them.
- Julie Andrews Singer, actor, author; her latest book is "Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years"
- Emma Walton Hamilton Author, editor, educator and theater professional; she has co-authored numerous books for children of all ages with her mother, Julie Andrews
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