This is Lee House Farm, an organic farm where Julie Walters lives with her husband Grant Roffey. She is known for a variety of films including Harry Potter, Educating Rita, Billy Elliot, Mamma Mia, Calendar Girls, Driving Lessons, Brave and Paddington. She has been nominated for two Academy Awards (Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress) and has won seven BAFTA Awards (four BAFTA TV Awards, two BAFTA Film Awards, a BAFTA Fellowship) and a Golden Globe.
Her film credits include Personal Services, Prick Up Your Ears, Buster, Stepping Out, Sister My Sister, Girls' Night, Titanic Town, Calendar Girls, Wah-Wah, Driving Lessons, Becoming Jane, Mamma Mia! and its sequel, Brave, Paddington and its sequel , Effie Gray, Brooklyn, Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool, and Mary Poppins Returns. She played Molly Weasley in seven of the eight Harry Potter films.
On television, she appeared in several television shows including Wood and Walters, Victoria Wood As Seen on TV, Pat and Margaret, and dinnerladies. She has won the British Academy Television Award for Best Actress four times, more than any other actress, for My Beautiful Son, Murder, The Canterbury Tales, and for her portrayal of Mo Mowlam in Mo; Walters and Helen Mirren are the only actresses to have won the award thrice consecutively and Walters is tied with Judi Dench for the most nominations in the category, at seven each. And in 2006 she added Author to her list of credits when she released her first novel, "Maggie's Tree" and her autobiography in 2008, titled That's Another Story.
Julie Walters has a net worth of $2 million. Walters starred in the "Harry Potter" franchise as Molly Weasley, appearing in every film except for "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire". In 1999, Walters earned Order of the British Empire honors, the highest honor for a brit. Walters has been married to her husband, Grant Roffey, since 1997, though they had been dating for much longer.
By Gorecki @ 2015-06-07 17:01:55