Christopher Plummer’s wife Elaine Taylor was by his side during his final moments. He is known for his terrific performances in movies like Beginners and The Last Station.
The world of showbiz has lost yet another gem as Christopher Plummer left for his heavenly abode recently. The Canadian actor had entertained the audience with his stellar performances in movies for as long as seven decades. He passed away at his residence in Connecticut and was 91 at the time of his demise. This piece of news has been confirmed by Plummer’s family. The actor’s 53-year old wife Elaine Taylor was reportedly beside him during his last moments.
Christopher Plummer’s longtime friend and manager for 46 years, Lou Pitt remembered the late actor as someone who and respected his profession. Pitt also called him a national treasure who relished his Canadian roots. Talking about Plummer, he made his debut in 1958 with the movie titled Stage Struck. Over the course of his career, the veteran actor featured in multiple popular movies that include The Return of Pink Panther, A Beautiful Mind, Murder by Decree, Knives Out, and many others.
One of his best performances is considered to be in the movie titled The Sound of Music. Christopher Plummer was nominated for the Oscars in 2010 for playing the role of Leo Tolstoy in The Last Station. However, he lost the award to Christoph Waltz back then. Two years later, the senior actor finally won the Academy Award for the best supporting actor in the movie Beginners. He was 82 years old back then. Apart from that, he also won a BAFTA and a SAG award, a golden globe award, two Tony and two Emmy awards.
May his departed soul rest in peace.
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