Actress Julie Andrews and others appear in the play "My Fair Lady" in 1956.
Andrews poses with her "Mary Poppins" co-star Dick Van Dyke in 1964.
Andrews arrives at the Oscars with her husband, Tony Walton, in 1965. She would leave the ceremony with the Best Actress award for her role in "Mary Poppins."
Andrews plays the iconic Maria von Trapp in 1965's "The Sound of Music."
In 2001, Andrews was one of five Kennedy Center honorees along with pianist Van Cliburn, actor Jack Nicholson, opera singer Luciano Pavarotti and music maestro Quincy Jones.
Lady Gaga introduces Andrews after singing a tribute to "The Sound of Music" at the 2015 Academy Awards.