Over 50 years in the film business! Oscar winner Christopher Plummer is dead

Over 50 years in the film business!  Oscar winner Christopher Plummer is dead

According to media reports, Canadian Oscar winner Christopher Plummer has died at the age of 91.

New York – He acted in over 100 films and series and shaped the cinema landscape for decades. According to media reports, Canadian Oscar winner Christopher Plummer died in Weston, Connecticut (USA) on Friday at the age of 91.

Okar winner Christopher Plummer was honored for his supporting role in the drama “Beginners”. © Chris Pizzello / Modification / DPA

Plummer was an “extraordinary man”, hence his management on Friday after reports from broadcaster ABC and the website “Hollywood reporter“.

Recently he said “Departure – Where is Flight 716?” Played in (“Departure”, 6 episodes). We also know him in favor of Brad Pitt (57 )’s “12 Monkeys” (February 11, 2021 in Kabel Classics). He was also part of the acting cast of “Charles Dickens: The Man Who Invented Christmas” in 2017.

Even in obese thrillers he made his mark on murders, such as “Verbalendung” in 2011 (28.2.2021 on ORZV).

He was an epic focus in 2007 in “The Closing Ring” with Shirley McLain (86). He was also part of the team in several historical plays, such as “Alexander” and “The Legacy of the Knights Templar” (2004, 19 February 2021 at RTLzwei). She was even featured on Star Trek VI: The Undiscover Land.

Like in plays “Dolores“(1995),”a beautiful Mind – talent and madness “or”Malcolm x“He shone as well Romi schneider (Died in 1982 at the age of 43) “Spy Bitch to Fronts” (1966).

2017 featured an inspiration: Charles Dickens (left, Dan Stevens) and Scrooge (Christopher Plummer).

2017 featured an inspiration: Charles Dickens (left, Dan Stevens) and Scrooge (Christopher Plummer). © PR / BAH HUMBUG FILMS INC & PARALLEL FILMS (TMWIC) L.

Plummer can also shine in humor. For example “1975 The Pink Panther Return”.

“Through his art and humanity he has touched all our hearts and his legendary life will endure for all generations to come. He will be with us forever,” it said on Friday.

Plummer was in the film business for over 50 years. But theater was also his life. In early 1965, he played the role of Baron von Trapp in the musical adaptation “Mere Geet – Mere Sapne”.

He finally got it in 2012 Oscar For the best supporting role in the “early” drama. In it he played the role of a man who confessed to his homosexuality in old age only after the death of his wife.

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