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|Nickname:||The Liberty Girl|
|Known for:||V for Vendetta, Man of the West, Bridget Jones's Diary|
|Birth name:||Julie Peck|
|Birthday:||26 September 1926, Santa Rosa, California, USA|
|Height:||5' 3" 1.60 m|
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TriviaHired for ex-husband Jack Webb's "Emergency!" (1972) with new husband Bobby Troup. They played a staff doctor (Troup) and a nurse (London) in a hospital emergency room. Recorded 32 albums during her career. Known in some circles as "The Liberty Girl" for helping establish Liberty Records as a successful label, her many hit albums on that label include "Julie Is Her Name", "Calendar Girl" with some borderline erotic (for the time) cover photography by Gene Lester, "About the Blues", "Your Number, Please", "Send For Me", "Love Letters", "The End of the World", "In Person at the Americana", "The Wonderful World of Julie London" and the provocatively titled "Nice Girls Don't Stay for Breakfast". Is portrayed by Julie Simone in Bettie Page: Dark Angel (2004) Stepmother of Ronne Troup and Cynnie Troup. Attended the same high school as Peggy Ryan and Tommy Rall. Best remembered by the public (as an actress) for her starring role as head nurse Dixie "Dix" McCall on "Emergency!" (1972). Met her first husband, Jack Webb, at a jazz club, when she was only 16 years old.