Angela Lansbury has passed away at the age of 96.
The actress died at her home in Los Angeles, surrounded by her family. Lansbury had a long and successful career in Hollywood, appearing in such classics as The Manchurian Candidate and Gaslight.
In addition to her work on television and in film, Lansbury also had a successful career as a stage actress, appearing in productions of “Gypsy,” “Sweeney Todd,” and “Blithe Spirit.”
Lansbury was also active philanthropically, working with charities such as UNICEF, the Alzheimer’s Association, and the Motion Picture & Television Fund.
She also starred in the popular television series Murder, She Wrote, for which she won five Golden Globe Awards.
In recent years, Lansbury had been less active, but she continued to make occasional appearances on television and film. Her last role was in 2017’s Murder on the Orient Express.
Lansbury was a beloved figure in Hollywood, and her death is sure to be deeply felt by her many fans.
She is survived by her son, Anthony Shaw.