Actor Christopher Plummer has died aged 91.
He most famously performed Captain Von Trapp alongside Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music.
The Canadian actor featured in additional than 200 movies and TV exhibits all through his profession.
Plummer’s agent confirmed his passing, saying he died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by household.
He had suffered a fall two weeks in the past.
Plummer’s on-screen profession spanned six a long time.
He capped it off with an Oscar win for his position within the 2012 movie Rookies.
“Appearing isn’t boring,” Plummer mentioned after being nominated for an Oscar in 2017.
“All of us pooh-pooh it every now and then, as a result of it could usually be arduous work, but it surely’s by no means boring. By no means.”
Plummer married Tony-winning actress Tammy Grimes in 1956, and fathered his solely little one, actress Amanda Plummer, in 1957.
Like each her mother and father, she additionally received a Tony, in 1982 for “Agnes of God.” (Grimes received two Tonys, for “Personal Lives” and “The Unsinkable Molly Brown.”)
Plummer and Grimes divorced in 1960. A five-year marriage to Patricia Lewis resulted in 1967. Plummer married his third spouse, dancer Taylor, in 1970, and credited her with serving to him overcome a ingesting downside.
He was given Canada’s highest civilian honor when he was invested as Companion of the Order of Canada by Queen Elizabeth II in 1968, and was inducted into the American Theatre’s Corridor of Fame in 1986.
– with Related Press.