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Canadian actor

Born: December 13, 1929, Toronto, Canada

Died: February 5, 2021, Weston, Connecticut, United States

Spouse: Elaine Taylor (m. 1970–2021), Patricia Lewis (m. 1962–1967), Tammy Grimes (m. 1956–1960)

TV shows: Departure, The Thorn Birds, Jesus of Nazareth

Birthday: December 13, 1929

Nationality: Canadian

Died At Age: 91

Sun Sign: Sagittarius

Also Known As: Arthur Christopher Orme Plummer

Born Country: Canada

Born In: Toronto, Ontario

Famous As: Actor

Actors Canadian Men

Height: 5’10” (178 cm), 5’10” Males

Spouse/Ex-: Elaine Taylor (M. 1970), Patricia Lewis (M. 1962 – Div. 1967), Tammy Grimes (M. 1956 – Div. 1960)

Father: John Orme Plummer

Mother: Isabella Mary Abbott

Children: Amanda Plummer

Died On: February 5, 2021

Place Of Death: Weston, Connecticut, U.S.

City: Toronto, Canada

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Christopher Plummer was married to actress Tammy Grimes, from 1956 to 1960. They had a daughter, Amanda.

He got married for a second time to journalist Patricia Lewis, in 1962, but the marriage ended in 1967.

He married British former actress Elaine Taylor, in 1970 and the couple remained together till his death in 2021.

They lived in Weston, Connecticut.

Christopher Plummer died on February 5, 2021, at his home in Weston, Connecticut, at age 91.

He was one of the most respected actors in Canada.

In honor of his achievements, he received the Canadian Screen Award for Lifetime Achievement in a Performing Arts Program.

Is the great-grandson of former Canadian prime minister Sir John Abbott

Considered a career as a concert pianist before turning to acting

In 1954, made his Broadway debut in Star Cross Story

In the final cut of The Sound of Music (1965), the singing vocals he recorded were dubbed by another singer

Was made a Companion of the Order of Canada, the country’s highest civilian honor, by Queen Elizabeth II in 1968

The American Theater Critics Association inducted him into the Theater Hall of Fame in 1986

Portrayed actor John Barrymore in the one-person play Barrymore at the Stratford Theatre Festival in Ontario, Canada, in 1996

He won a Tony for the performance on Broadway in 1997, and then reprised the role in 2011, first in Toronto and then on a North American tour

Reunited with Julie Andrews, his costar in The Sound of Music, for CBS’s live presentation of On Golden Pond in 2001

Is the author of In Spite of Myself: A Memoir (2008)

Appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show with his Sound of Music castmates in an October 2010 episode devoted to the film

Calls theater his favorite venue for acting

Sound of Music Star, Veteran, and respected Canadian actor, Christopher Plummer had a career stretching back to the 1950s but won his Oscar for best supporting actor for Beginners in 2011

He was also well-recognized for his role as Mr. Darcy in his high school production of “Pride and Prejudice” as well as for his role in Rian Johnson’s ensemble mystery film “Knives Out” as Harlan Thrombey.

Her mother, Isabella was the granddaughter of Canadian Prime Minister Sir John Abbott.

He never attended university, something he regretted all his life.

Although his mother and his father’s family had ties with McGill University, he was never a McGill student.

He appeared in a TV commercial for Polaroid SX-70 Sonar camera in 1980.