Julia Meade Theatre Television Movies Music Print Biography Photos
Julia Meade, a theatrical, motion picture and television actress, was also well known as a frequent television and print commercial spokesperson.

She appeared in editorial
Photos in many magazines including LOOK, LIFE and TV Guide.

She passed away on May 16, 2016. Read The New York Times obituary.
Julia Meade and husband O. Worsham Rudd by Yale Joel for the March 1960 issue of Life Julia Meade and the family cat by Yale Joel for the March 1960 issue of Life
Julia Meade on the set of The Ed Sullivan Show photographed by Peter Stackpol for Life Magazine Julia Meade and husband O. Worsham Rudd by Yale Joel for Life
Julia Meade and husband O. Worsham Rudd by Yale Joel for Life Julia Meade photographed by Yale Joel for Life Magazine
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Julia Meade being fitted for a dress Ed Sullivan and Julia Meade
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Julia Meade Julia Meade and Dennis James
Julia Meade with the Toast of the Town 7th anniversary cake Julia Meade's working clothes
Julia Meade with Caroline Kunz, her mother, and her daughter Caroline, from August 1962 Julia Meade
Julia Meade with husband O. Worsham Rudd in 1971 Julia Meade on the Ed Sullivan Show
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This gorgeous head shot of Julia was taken by Charles Caron, New York City. It was used to advertise her appearance in the 1968 production of "Wait Until Dark", a Broadway thriller.

Julia Meade Fan Club on Facebook
The Julia Meade web site maintains a Facebook page for Julia called the Julia Meade Fan Club. It contains material not seen on this web site, as well as comments and posts from friends and fans.
Julia Meade Fan Club on Facebook
For more info, check out the Julia Meade Fan Club on Facebook.
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