Angela Lansbury

Birthday:

10/16/1925

Place of birth:

Poplar, London, England, UK:

Biography:

Angela Brigid Lansbury, CBE (born 16 October 1925) is an English actress and singer in theatre, television and motion pictures, whose career has spanned eight decades. Her first film appearance was in the 1944 film Gaslight as a conniving maid, for which she received an Academy Award nomination. Among her other films are The Manchurian Candidate (1962), Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) Beauty and the Beast (1991), and Anastasia (1997). She expanded her repertoire to Broadway musicals and television in the 1950s and was particularly successful in Broadway productions of Gypsy, Mame and Sweeney Todd. Lansbury is perhaps best known to modern audiences for her 12 year run as writer and sleuth Jessica Fletcher on the U.S. television series Murder, She Wrote, in which she starred from 1984 to 1996. Her recent roles include Lady Adelaide Stitch in the 2005 film Nanny McPhee, Leona Mullen in the 2007 Broadway play Deuce, Madame Arcati in the 2009 Broadway revival of the play Blithe Spirit and Madame Armfeldt in the 2010 Broadway revival of the musical A Little Night Music. Respected for her versatility, Lansbury has won five Tony Awards, six Golden Globes, an Honorary Academy Award, and has been nominated for numerous other industry awards, including the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress on three occasions, and eighteen Emmy Awards. Description above from the Wikipedia article Angela Lansbury, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


TV Series Credits

Little Women (2017)
as Aunt March
Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005)
as Eleanor Duvall
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999)
as
The View (1997)
as
The Rosie O'Donnell Show (1996)
as
Touched by an Angel (1994)
as
Rage of Angels: The Story Continues (1986)
as Marchesa Allabrandi
Murder, She Wrote (1984)
as Jessica Fletcher
Lace (1984)
as Aunt Hortense Boutin
Little Gloria... Happy at Last (1982)
as Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
Magnum, P.I. (1980)
as
The Kennedy Center Honors (1978)
as
The Julie Andrews Hour (1972)
as Herself
Tony Awards (1956)
as Herself - Performer
Tony Awards (1956)
as Herself - Presenter
Tony Awards (1956)
as Herself - Host / Performer
Tony Awards (1956)
as Herself - Nominee / Presenter
Screen Director's Playhouse (1955)
as Vera Wayne
Stage 7 (1955)
as Vanessa Peters
Climax! (1954)
as
Studio 57 (1954)
as
The Academy Awards (1953)
as
General Electric Theater (1953)
as
Four Star Playhouse (1952)
as Joan Robinson
Today (1952)
as
Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)
as
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
as
Lux Video Theatre (1950)
as
Your Show of Shows (1950)
as
Robert Montgomery Presents (1950)
as
The Emmy Awards (1949)
as
Ford Theatre (1948)
as Lola Walker