Actor Christopher Plummer has passed away in the United States at the age of 91. Plummer is best known as Captain Von Trap in the popular musical movie sound of Music From 1965. In 2012, Plummer was the oldest actor ever to win an Academy Award for his role in the film Beginners.
With Christopher Plummer, the world of film, television and theater is losing an icon. Al-Kindy began his career on television and on Broadway in the early 1950s. In 1958 he made his film debut Stage Stroke.
The big breakthrough would come in 1965 with the sound of Music. In it, Plummer played Captain von Trapp, the strict father with the seven musician children. Even more than 55 years after its release, this play remains one of the most popular films of all time. With the number Edelweiss Along with Julie Andrews, he also scored world success after that.
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But Christopher Plummer’s career hasn’t stopped yet sound of Music. He won both in 1977 (vs. Arthur Healey Exchange(As in 1994) before MadelineEmmy Award. In 1974 (before Serrano(And 1997) before BarrymoreHe won a Tony Award. He received many nominations for both awards.
In 2010, he was also discovered by the Academy, when Plummer received his first Academy Award nomination for his supporting role as Leo Tolstoy in The last stop. In 2012, he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Beginners. Plummer, at the age of 83, is the oldest actor to ever win an Oscar. He also won a Golden Globe and BAFTA for the same role.
In 2018, Christopher Plummer also became the oldest actor to receive an Academy Award nomination. He got it for the role All the money in the world, As he had to replace the ill-fated Kevin Spacey in record time. And then it turns out that Plummer was acting, among other things, too Pondires at Take out the knives.
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