Plummer died at the age of 91 and was the longest-lived actor to win an Oscar
Today the entertainment world is in mourning, the actor Christopher Plummer He died this Friday, February 5, at 91 years of age.
The news was confirmed by his wife, Elaine Taylor, noting that the actor died at his home in Connecticut, United States.
His friend and his manager for 46 years, Lou Pitt, mourned the loss of the actor, describing him as “an extraordinary man who deeply loved and respected his profession with excellent old-fashioned manners, a self-deprecating humor and the music of words. It was a national treasure that deeply enjoyed its Canadian roots. “
The United States Film Academy also had a few words for Plummer to see him off with a brief tour of his acting career.
Via Twitter wrote the following message: “Christopher Plummer captivated audiences of several generations in memorable roles from Captain von Trapp in” The Sound of Music “to Harlan Thrombey in” Knives Out “. He worked steadily for more than 60 years, winning an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 2012 for “Beginners.” He will be missed, “read the tweet from The Film Academy.
Despite the fact that Christopher was always a renowned actor in Hollywood, it was until 2012 that he won the Oscar in the category of best supporting actor at the age of 82, with which he became the oldest to receive the statuette.