Olivia de Havilland death: Hollywood mourns a legend

After the death of Olivia de Havilland, the film industry mourns the death of the Oscar winner. "She knew how to live, and was loved by all", she acknowledged

Olivia de Havilland death: Hollywood mourns a legend

After the death of Olivia de Havilland, the film industry mourns the death of the Oscar winner. "She knew how to live, and was loved by all", she acknowledged actress Mia Farrow on Twitter. "In movies, she was just wonderful and an unforgettable Melanie in 'gone with The wind'".

the actor and Oscar-winner Jared Leto wrote: "Olivia has influenced my life greatly and I have had the pleasure to spend some time with her in Paris." Leto thanked her for her bravery and described their letters to him as a "loving and attentive". The Spanish actor Antonio Banderas, designated De Havilland as a "great icon".

The film legend, died on Sunday in Paris with 104 years of a natural death, as their spokesperson for the German press-confirmed Agency. Was blown away known De Havilland for her role as Melanie Hamilton in the southern epic, "The wind" (1939).

born As a child of British parents in Tokyo, drew, Olivia de Havilland as a small child to California. The Austrian man of the theatre, Max Reinhardt discovered the 19-Year-old in the role of Hermia from Shakespeare's "a Midsummer night's dream". The film Studio Warner Brothers took them for seven years under contract and brought them out to the side of Errol Flynn in size. Eight movies you shot with the heart-breaker.

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in 1946, she won her first Oscar in the lead role of "To Each His Own". The Film was shown in Germany under the title "mother's heart". Three years later, the award came as a best actress in William Wyler's "The Heiress" (heiress).

Updated Date: 27 July 2020, 07:19

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