Julie Beth Hagerty (born June 15, 1955) is an American actress and former model. She starred as Elaine in Zucker, Abrams and Zucker’s Airplane! (1980), with Robert Hayes, Leslie Nielsen, Robert Stack, Lloyd Bridges, Peter Graves, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Lorna Patterson; and Airplane II: The Sequel (1982), with Hays, Bridges, Chad Everett, William Shatner, Rip Torn, Sonny Bono, Raymond Burr, Graves, and John Vernon.
Other films in the 1980s include A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy (1982), with Woody Allen (who also directed), Mia Farrow, Mary Steenburgen, Tony Roberts, and Jose Ferrer; Lost in America (1985), with Albert Brooks (who also directed) and Garry Marshall; Goodbye, New York (1985), with Amos Kollek (who also directed); Bad Medicine (1985), Steve Guttenberg, Alan Arkin, Bill Macy, Curtis Armstrong, and Julie Kavner; Robert Altman’s Beyond Therapy (1987), with Jeff Goldblum, Glenda Jackson, Tom Conti, and Christopher Guest; Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989), with Matt Dillon, Jennifer Grey, Anita Morris, Julie Hagerty, Rutger Hauer, Madonna, Esai Morales and Randy Quaid; and Rude Awakening (1989), with Cheech Marin, Eric Roberts, Robert Carradine, Buck Henry, Louise Lasser, Cindy Williams, Andrea Martin, and Cliff DeYoung.
Films in the 1990s include an uncredited part in Barbet Schroeder’s Reversal of Fortune (1990), with Jeremy Irons, Glenn Close, Ron Silver, Uta Hagen, Annabella Sciorra, and Fisher Stevens; Frank Oz’s What About Bob? (1991), with Bill Murray, Richard Dreyfuss, Charlie Korsmo, and Kathryn Erbe; Peter Bogdanovich’s Noises Off (1993), with Michael Caine, Carol Burnett, Christopher Reeve, John Ritter, Marilu Henner, Nicollette Sheridan, and Mark Linn-Baker; The Wife (1995), with Tom Noonan (who also directed), Wallace Shawn, and Karen Young; Oliver Stone’s U Turn (1997), with Sean Penn, Billy Bob Thornton, Jennifer Lopez, Jon Voight, Powers Boothe, Joaquin Phoenix, Claire Danes, and Nick Nolte; Mel (1998), with Ernest Borgnine; Held Up (1999), with Jamie Foxx and Nia Long; and The Story of Us (1999), with Bruce Willis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Rita Wilson, Rob Reiner (who also directed), Red Buttons, Tom Poston, and Betty White.
Films in the 2000s include Freddy Got Fingered (2001), with Tom Green (who also directed), Torn, Marisa Coughlan, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Harland Williams, and Anthony Michael Hall; Todd Solondz’s Storytelling (2002), with Paul Giamatti, Xander Berkeley, John Goodman, and Franka Potente; The Badge (2002), with Thornton, Patricia Arquette, William Devane, Sela Ward, Thomas Haden Church, and Jena Malone; A Guy Thing (2003), with Jason Lee, Julia Stiles, Selma Blair, James Brolin, Shawn Hatosy, and Lochlyn Munro; and Marie & Bruce (2004), with Julianne Moore, Matthew Broderick, Bob Balaban, and Kenneth Lonergan.
Films in the mid to late 2000s include Adam & Steve (2005), with Craig Chester (who also directed), Malcolm Gets, Parker Posey, Chris Kattan, and Kristen Schaal; Pizza (2005), with Ethan Embry, Kylie Sparks, Alexis Dziena, and Judah Friedlander; Just Friends (2005), with Ryan Reynolds, Amy Smart, Anna Faris, Chris Klein, and Christopher Marquette; She’s the Man (2006), with Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum, Laura Ramsey, Vinnie Jones, and David Cross; Pope Dreams (2006), with Phillip Vaden and Stephen Tobolowsky; If I Had Known I Was a Genius (2007), with Whoopi Goldberg, Sharon Stone, Markus Redmond, and Keith David; and P.J. Hogan’s Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009), with Isla Fisher, Hugh Dancy, Joan Cusack, Goodman, John Lithgow, Kristin Scott Thomas, and Leslie Bibb.
Films in the 2010s include Jonathan Demme’s A Master Builder (2013), with Shawn, Lisa Joyce, and Andre Gregory; Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant (2015), with Mark Feuerstein, Danny Pudi, Jayma Mays, Patrick Warburton, Rebecca Romijn, Stanley Tucci, Henry Winkler, and Marcia Gay Harden; Instant Family (2018), with Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne, Isabela Merced, Gustavo Quiroz, Julianna Gamiz, Margo Martindale, Tig Notaro, and Octavia Spencer; Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story (2019), with Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, and Merritt Wever; and Marc Lawrence’s Noelle (2019), with Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Billy Eichner, Shirley MacLaine, and Jay Brazeau.
TV movies include The Day the Women Got Even (1980), with Tina Louise, Georgia Engel, Jo Ann Pflug, Barbara Rhoades, and Gerald Gordon; The House of Blue Leaves (1987), with Swoosie Kurtz, John Mahoney, Christine Baranski, Ben Stiller, and Richard Portnow; London Suite (1996), with Kelsey Grammer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Madeline Kahn, Kristen Johnston, Richard Mulligan, and Patricia Clarkson; Richard Benjamin’s Tourist Trap (1998), with Daniel Stern, Giamatti, and Reynolds; Jackie’s Back (1999), with Jenifer Lewis, Tim Curry, Whoopi Goldberg, Loretta Devine, and David Hyde Pierce; and Steps (2018), with Ginnifer Goodwin and Kyle Bornheimer.
Each review will be linked to the title below.
(*seen originally in theaters)
(**seen rereleased in theaters)
- Airplane! (1980)** – directed by Jim Abrams, David Zucker, & Jerry Zucker
- The Day the Women Got Even (1980) – directed by Burt Brinckerhoff – TV movie
- A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy (1982) – directed by Woody Allen
- Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) – directed by Ken Finkleman
- Lost in America (1985) – directed by Albert Brooks
- Goodbye, New York (1985) – directed by Amos Kollek
- Bad Medicine (1985) – directed by Harvey Miller
- Beyond Therapy (1987) – directed by Robert Altman
- The Hustler of Money (1987) – directed by Ralph Howard, Steve Klayman, & Ben Stiller – TV short
- The House of Blue Leaves (1987) – directed by Kirk Browning – TV movie/episode of American Playhouse (1980-1994)
- Aria (1987) – directed by Robert Altman, Bruce Beresford, Bill Bryden, Jean-Luc Godard, Derek Jarman, Franc Roddam, Nicolas Roeg, Ken Russell, Charles Sturridge, & Julien Temple – uncredited – anthology
- Necessary Parties (1988) – directed by Gwen Arner – TV movie
- Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989) – directed by Howard Brookner
- Rude Awakening (1989) – directed by David Greenwalt & Aaron Russo
- Reversal of Fortune (1990) – directed by Barbet Schroeder – uncredited
- What About Bob? (1991) – directed by Frank Oz
- Noises Off… (1992) – directed by Peter Bogdanovich
- The Wife (1995) – directed by Tom Noonan
- London Suite (1996) – directed by Jay Sandrich – TV movie
- Women Without Implants (1997) – directed by Anne De Salvo – short
- U Turn (1997) – directed by Oliver Stone
- Tourist Trap (1998) – directed by Richard Benjamin – TV movie
- Mel (1998) – directed by Joey Travolta
- Boys Will Be Boys (1999) – directed by Dom DeLuise – TV movie
- Jackie’s Back! (1999) – directed by Robert Townsend – TV movie
- Held Up (1999) – directed by Steve Rash
- The Story of Us (1999) – directed by Rob Reiner
- Gut Feeling (1999) – directed by Ian Sears
- Baby Bedlam (2000) – directed by Eric Hendershot
- Freddy Got Fingered (2001) – directed by Tom Green
- Storytelling (2002) – directed by Todd Solondz
- Bridget (2002) – directed by Amos Kollek
- The Badge (2002) – directed by Robby Henson
- A Guy Thing (2003) – directed by Chris Koch
- Marie and Bruce (2004) – directed by Tom Cairns
- Adam & Steve (2005) – directed by Craig Chester
- Pizza (2005) – directed by Mark Christopher
- A Host of Trouble (2005) – directed by Stephen Tobolowsky
- Just Friends (2005) – directed by Roger Kumble
- A Slice of ‘Pizza’ (2006) – directed by Lisa Esselstein – short
- She’s the Man (2006) – directed by Andy Fickman
- Pope Dreams (2006) – directed by Patrick Hogan
- If I Had Known I Was a Genius (2007) – directed by Dominique Wirtschafter
- Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009) – directed by P.J. Hogan
- 2081 (2009) – directed by Chandler Tuttle – short
- Make Up (2009) – directed by Scott Tuft – short
- A Master Builder (2013) – directed by Jonathan Demme
- Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant (2015) – directed by Sam Friedlander
- Instant Family (2018) – directed by Sean Anders
- Steps (2018) – directed by Todd Holland – TV movie
- Marriage Story (2019) – directed by Noah Baumbach
- Noelle (2019) – directed by Marc Lawrence