Angela Lansbury was an actress who born in London, England in 1925.
Lansbury was a beloved star of the screen and stage for more than 75 years.
Lansbury was popularly known for her role as Jessica Fletcher in the long-running CBS TV series, Murder, She Wrote.
In 1940 she was moved to United States with her mother due to Battle of Britain raging, and settled in Hollywood later.
In 1951 Lansbury becomes a citizen of United States
Lansbury got her first screen role directed by George Cukor, as the saucy housemaid Nancy in Gaslight, at the age of 17.
The most memorable Hollywood performance was as the evil mother of the brainwashed Laurence Harway in 1962.
She appeared on the London stage for the last time In 2014, at the age of 88, as Madame Arcati, the dotty clairvoyant in a revival of Noël Coward’s 1941 comedy, Blithe Spirit.
Tony Award winner for Best Actress in 1966, 1969, 1975, 1979 and 2009.
Lansbury died on October 11 2022, five days short of her 97th birthday, at her home in Los Angeles, California.