Yet another icon of Hollywood's golden era is no longer with us.
Actress Angela Lansbury died early Tuesday morning.
She was only five days shy of her 97th birthday.
Gone But Not Forgotten
Lansbury's career goes all the way back to 1944.
It did not take long for her to become a fixture on the big screen, starring in more than a dozen films before 1950.
In the 1950s, she transitioned to doing more TV series', then pivoted back to the big screen in the 1960s.
My generation really became familiar with her in the 1980s when she starred in "Murder, She Wrote," a show that would run from 1984 to 1996.
Lansbury remained active up until 2018, posting three credits to her name, finishing with 111 credits overall.
Shockingly, as talented as Lansbury was, she was always a bridesmaid when it came to awards.
She had been nominated for three Oscars and 15 Primetime Emmys but never won.
Lansbury, however, was given the Honorary Award during the 2014 Academy Awards.
Rest in peace.
Source: Just the News