Academy Award Winner, Star of The Sound of Music and All the Money in the World: Christopher Plummer passed away at 91

Today, at the age of 91, the famous Hollywood actor is gone Christopher Plummer… His family reported that he passed away peacefully at his home in Connecticut. His wife was next to him Elaine Taylor

“Chris was an extraordinary person who deeply loved and respected his profession. He was distinguished by old-fashioned demeanor, humor and the music of words. He was a national treasure and deeply valued his Canadian roots. Through his creativity and humanity, he touched all our hearts and his a legendary life will continue for all future generations. He will always be with us, “said his friend and manager Lou Pitt.

Plummer is best known for his participation in films “The Sound of Music”, “Return of the Pink Panther”, “12 Monkeys”, “Own Man”, “Mind Games”, “National Treasure”, “The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus”, “Last Sunday”, “Beginners”, “Girl with a Tattoo dragon ” and “All the money in the world”

The Hollywood actor received the first statuettes of the Oscar, Golden Globe, Independent Spirit and BAFTA awards for his work in a tragicomedy “Beginners” (2010) Critics were impressed by his transformation into a 75-year-old homosexual Hal, dying of cancer.

Most recently, he was nominated for an Oscar for the film “All the money in the world” directed by Ridley Scott. In this film, he replaced Kevin Spacey as Jean Paul Getty after Spacey came under fire from the #MeToo women’s movement against sexual harassment in the film industry and other industries.

Plummer’s last work was the role of wealthy detective writer Harlan Trombie in a film directed by Ryan Johnson “Get knives”

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