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British-American actress and singer

Angela Lansbury is ...

Born 16 Oct 1925 in Regent's Park
Age93 years, 11 months
Angela Lansbury
Angela Lansbury
In Sydney today rehearsing for the Australian tour of the stage production ‘Driving Miss Daisy', are actors Angela Lansbury, James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines.

About Angela Lansbury

Dame Angela Brigid Lansbury (born October 16, 1925) is a British-American-Irish actress who has appeared in theatre, television, and film. Her career has spanned eight decades, much of it in the United States, and her work has attracted international acclaim. Lansbury was born to Irish actress Moyna Macgill and English politician Edgar Lansbury, an upper-middle-class family in Regent's Park, central London. To escape the Blitz, in 1940 she moved to the United States with her mother and two brothers, and studied acting in New York City. Proceeding to Hollywood in 1942, she signed with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and obtained her first film roles, in Gaslight (1944) and The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945), earning her two Oscar nominations and a Golden Globe Award. She appeared in eleven further films for MGM, mostly in supporting roles, and after her contract ended in 1952 she began supplementing her cinematic work with theatrical appearances. Although largely seen as a B-list star during this period, her appearance in the film The Manchurian Candidate (1962) received widespread acclaim and is cited as being one of her finest performances. Moving into musical theatre, Lansbury finally gained stardom for playing the leading role in the Broadway musical Mame (1966), which earned her a range of awards. Amid difficulties in her personal life, Lansbury moved from California to County Cork, Ireland in 1970, and continued with a variety of theatrical and cinematic appearances throughout that decade. These included leading roles in the stage musicals Gypsy, originating the role of Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd, and The King and I, as well as in the hit Disney film Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971). Moving into television, she achieved worldwide fame as fictional writer and sleuth Jessica Fletcher in the American whodunit series Murder, She Wrote, which ran for twelve seasons from 1984 until 1996, becoming one of the longest-running and most popular detective drama series in television history. Through Corymore Productions, a company that she co-owned with her husband Peter Shaw, Lansbury assumed ownership of the series and was its executive producer for the final four seasons. She also moved into voice work, thereby contributing to animated films such as Disney's Beauty and the Beast (1991). Since then, she has toured in a variety of international theatrical productions and continued to make occasional film appearances. Lansbury has received an Honorary Oscar and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and has won five Tony Awards, six Golden Globes, and an Olivier Award. She has also been nominated for numerous other industry awards, including the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress on three occasions, and various Primetime Emmy Awards on eighteen occasions, as well as a Grammy award for her work on the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for the 1991 Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast. In 2014, Lansbury was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II. She has been the subject of three biographies.

She is also known as Angela Brigid Lansbury and Dame Angela Brigid Lansbury.


Angela Lansbury has worked on the following films:

Mary Poppins Returns
2018 musical film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and directed by Rob Marshall
The Greatest Story Ever Told
1965 film by George Stevens, David Lean
The Company of Wolves
1984 film by Neil Jordan
Death on the Nile
1978 film by John Guillermin
Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
1962 film by Vincente Minnelli
Nanny McPhee
2005 film by Kirk Jones
The Harvey Girls
1946 film by Robert Alton, George Sidney
Till the Clouds Roll By
1946 film by Richard Whorf
The Three Musketeers
1948 film by George Sidney
National Velvet
1944 Technicolor sports film
The Court Jester
1955 film
The Picture of Dorian Gray
1945 film by Albert Lewin
Mr. Popper's Penguins
2011 film by Mark Waters
About Schmidt
2002 American comedy-drama film
The Private Affairs of Bel Ami
1947 film by Albert Lewin, Robert Aldrich
The World of Henry Orient
1964 film by George Roy Hill
All Fall Down
1962 film by John Frankenheimer
The Mirror Crack'd
1980 film by Guy Hamilton
Dear Heart
1964 American film
Blue Hawaii
1961 American film
The Lady Vanishes
1979 film by Anthony Page
The Red Danube
1950 film by George Sidney
State of the Union
1948 film by Frank Capra
The Pirates of Penzance
1983 film by Wilford Leach
Summer of the Seventeenth Doll
1959 film by Leslie Norman
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
1960 film by Delbert Mann
If Winter Comes
1947 film by Victor Saville
Driving Miss Daisy
2014 film by David Esbjornson
The Hoodlum Saint
1946 film by Norman Taurog
Something for Everyone
1970 film by Harold Prince
Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There
2003 film by Rick McKay
The Reluctant Debutante
1958 film by Vincente Minnelli
Please Murder Me
1956 film by Peter Godfrey
1965 film by Gordon Douglas
A Breath of Scandal
1960 film by Michael Curtiz
Mister Buddwing
1966 film by Delbert Mann
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders
1965 film by Terence Young
Kind Lady
1951 film by John Sturges
Tenth Avenue Angel
1948 film by Roy Rowland
The Purple Mask
1955 film by H. Bruce Humberstone
1952 film by Edward Dmytryk
A Life at Stake
1954 film by Paul Guilfoyle
In the Cool of the Day
1963 film by Robert Stevens
A Lawless Street
1955 film by Joseph H. Lewis
Women He's Undressed
2015 film by Gillian Armstrong
The Shell Seekers
1989 film by Waris Hussein
Remains to Be Seen
1953 film by Don Weis
Some of the Best: Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live-Action Classics
2008 film directed by Peter Fitzgerald