Larry King will welcome Academy Award winner Julie Andrews on the Nov. 21 broadcast of "Larry King Live."
Andrews, who will star opposite Christopher Plummer in the upcoming tour of A Royal Christmas, will discuss her much-in-the-news vocal problems as well as her future performing plans. "Larry King Live" airs on CNN at 9 PM ET. Repeat broadcasts are shown the same evening at midnight.
One of the most beloved entertainers, Julie Andrews — who was born in Surrey, England — starred on Broadway in the original productions of The Boyfriend, My Fair Lady and Camelot, and the stage version of Victor/Victoria, and in the Off-Broadway Stephen Sondheim revue, Putting It Together. She won an Academy Award for her work in "Mary Poppins" and Oscar nominations for "The Sound of Music" and "Victor/Victoria." Andrews' other film credits include "The Americanization of Emily," "Hawaii," "Thoroughly Modern Millie," "Star," "10," "S.O.B." and "That's Life." The regal performer has also starred in several television programs; in fact, her series, "The Julie Andrews Hour," collected seven Emmy Awards.
Andrews also writes children's books and is a Goodwill Ambassador for UNIFEM (United Nations Development Fund for Women) and has traveled to several countries on their behalf.
—By Andrew Gans