Julie Adams Is Not Dead! Alive And Beautifully Smiling Her Way Ahead
The versatile actress Julie Adams achieved wide recognition from Key Lawrence's classic science-fiction film, 'Creature from the Black Lagoon,' back in the year 1954. However, she took retirement from the acting career at the age of 84 with the film, 'Carnage,' in 2011.
Well, after the retirement, the actress was out of the media's limelight, as a result of which; many of her fans even conceived her to be dead. But in fact, today, she is alive and is living a very healthy life with the adorable memories she gathered in all those years during her time in the Film Industry.
So, why not, let's take a look at her life now?
Julie Adams Living Her Joyful Life:
The beautiful actress Julie Adams born as Betty Adams(October 17, 1926) is still paving her career in her early 90's. After retiring from the acting industry, she has tried her hands in writing a book, pouring down her journey in the acting industry, into papers.
Well, Adams with the help of her son, Mitchell, authored a book named, 'The Lucky Southern Star: Reflections From The Black Lagoon,' which was published in 2011.
Julie Adams in an interview with Triad Today (Published on Aug 24, 2012)
It seems like her passion for writing has started to flourished and she is so into it. Well, she has shared numerous scenes from behind the camera of different movies she has worked, in her second book, 'The Lucky Southern Star: Reflections From the Black Lagoon.'
Likewise, despite not making in the media's highlights after her retirement, the actress has made quite a few public appearance. She appeared on the stage to share the personal memories of the film 'Creature from the Black Lagoon,' during the screening back in October 2012 to celebrate the 100th anniversary.
Julie Career Summary:
The veteran actress has also wished the happiness to all her fans on the occasion of the New Year 2018 through her official Facebook account.
Julie Adams wishes New Year 2018 to her fans and followers (Julie Adam's Facebook)
The Secretary turned a successful actress, got her first movie role in Paramount's 'Red, Hot, and Blue (1949),' and got the first lead role in 'The Dalton Gang,' the same year. Most notably, for her work in the Westerns, she had received a Golden Boot award, back in the year 1999. Julie also was honored with the Film career Achievement Award in 2011.
Julie Adams, now-and-then (liverampup)
Moreover, talking about Julie's relationships related details, the actress got married to screenwriter Leonard Stern back in the year 1951. But, their marital bond could not last long, and they divorced in the year 1953.
Then, she got married to actor/director Ray Danton back in 1954/55, and together, they share two sons: Steve Danton and Mitchel Danton. Well, even though the couple was married for over two decades, their marriage fell apart, and the two got divorced in 1981.