This life-size bronze of Hollywood legend Cary Grant commemorates the achievements of the actor who was born and brought up in Bristol.
Cary, who was a regular visitor to the city until his death in 1986, enjoyed one of the most successful and long lasting acting careers. He is arguably the greatest British born film actor, being voted the second greatest film actor of all time.
The statue was unveiled on 7 December 2001 by his widow Barbara Jaynes, marking the 70th anniversary of his arrival in Hollywood, after a run on Broadway in an English acrobatic troupe.
Sculptor Graham Ibbeson has worked as a professional sculptor since 1978, creating bronze sculptures across the UK.