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Legendary actress, Deborah Kerr, was born Deborah Jane Kerr-Trimmer on Sep 30, 1921 in Helensburgh, UK. Kerr died at the age of 86 on Oct 16, 2007 in Botesdale, Suffolk .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Kerr was nominated for six Oscars, she never won a competitive Academy Award. However she won one Honorary Oscar Award in 1993 in appreciation for a full career's worth of elegant and beautifully crafted performances .
|1949||Best Actress||Edward, My Son (1949)||Evelyn Boult||Nominated|
|1953||Best Actress||From Here to Eternity (1953)||Karen Holmes||Nominated|
|1956||Best Actress||The King and I (1956)||Anna||Nominated|
|1957||Best Actress||Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (1957)||Sister Angela||Nominated|
|1958||Best Actress||Separate Tables (1958)||Sibyl Railton-Bell||Nominated|
|1960||Best Actress||The Sundowners (1960)||Ida Carmody||Nominated|
Academy Awards (Honorary Oscars)
|1993||Honorary Award||in appreciation for a full career's worth of elegant and beautifully crafted performances|
She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. Deborah Kerr's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #112 on Mar 22, 1956.
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Elizabeth Curtis: Glares at him, too sleepy to argue.
Allan Quatermain: Well, I hope the lady enjoyed it!
Elizabeth Curtis: Ignores him.
Mother Dorothea: [At their Order's office in Calcutta] Sister Clodagh, we may proceed with our plans at Mopu. It will be called "Saint Faith."
Sister Clodagh: [Mechanically repeating the Reverend Mother's words] "Saint Faith."
Mother Dorothea: And YOU have been appointed to take charge of Saint Faith.
Sister Clodagh: I, Reverend Mother?
Mother Dorothea: You... You will be the youngest Sister Superior in our order.
Sister Clodagh: Thank you, Reverend Mother.
Shad Nathan: You're emotionally upset, have a glass of water.
Valerie Edwards: I don't want a glass of water, I want a divorce!
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