|Born||Apr 29, 1917|
New York City, NY
|Died||Jul 15, 2012|
|Age||Died at 95|
|Final Resting Placen/a|
|Top Roles||Grace, Liz Imbrie, Karen, Sister Scholastica, Flame O'Neill|
|Top Genres||Comedy, Drama, Romance, Musical, Film Adaptation, Mystery|
|Top Topics||Book-Based, Romance (Comic), Reporters|
|Top Collaborators||Mae Marsh, Darryl F. Zanuck (Producer), Franklyn Farnum, Connie Gilchrist|
|Shares birthday with||Fred Zinnemann, Richard Carlson, Tom Ewell see more..|
Celeste Holm Overview:
Legendary actress, Celeste Holm, was born on Apr 29, 1917 in New York City, NY. Holm died at the age of 95 on Jul 15, 2012 in Manhattan, NY and was laid to rest in n/a Cemetery.
MINI BIO:The nice thing about Celeste Holm is that she actually looked as though she had a marvellous sense of humor. The blue-eyed blonde American actress and singer, of Norwegian parentage, was the original Ado Annie in the stage version of Oklahoma!, but resisted all screen offers until after World War II. After a mixture of musicals, comedies, and heavy drama (and an Oscar for Gentleman's Agreement), she became best known in wise-cracking roles, and improved most of her (too few) films. Also nominated for Academy Awards on All About Eve and Come to the Stable. Married (4th) to actor Wesley Addy (1912-1996) from 1961. (Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Stars).
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Celeste Holm was nominated for three Academy Awards, winning one for Best Supporting Actress for Gentleman's Agreement (as Anne) in 1947.
|1947||Best Supporting Actress||Gentleman's Agreement (1947)||Anne||Won|
|1949||Best Supporting Actress||Come to the Stable (1949)||Sister Scholastica||Nominated|
|1950||Best Supporting Actress||All about Eve (1950)||Karen Richards||Nominated|
She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television. In addition, Holm was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame .
The original girl who couldn’t say no: RememberingBy Jnpickens on Jan 8, 2013 From Comet Over Hollywood
The heavens gained several stars this year as classic film stars passed away in 2012. Since Comet Over Hollywood did not give several of them the full attention they deserved, the first few days of 2013 will be dedicated to some of the notable celebrities who left us. as Ado Annie in ... Read full article
Remembering .on Jul 15, 2012 From True Classics
Oscar-winning actress passed away this morning at the age of ninety-five. Though she only starred in just over two dozen movies throughout the course of her career, the beautiful and talented Holm had a long life in Hollywood, as those films spanned the course of eight decades. Holm spe... Read full article
In Memory: (April 29, 1917 – July 15, 2012).By Dawn on Jul 15, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
(April 29, 1917 – July 15, 2012) was a stage, film, and television actress, known for her Academy Award-winning performance in, Gentleman's Agreement (1947), as well as for her Oscar-nominated performances in, Come to the Stable (1949) and All About Eve (1950). Celeste, died peace... Read full article
In Memoriam: (1917-2012)By Will McKinley on Jul 15, 2012 From Cinematically Insane
died today at the age of 95, at home in her beloved Central Park West apartment. I’ll let others report on the nearly seven decades Miss Holm spent gracing stage, screen and television. Instead, I will tell you about the time I met her – actually, the two times, both of whic... Read full article
By Art on Apr 29, 2012 From Classic Cinema Gold
“I hated that. It’s stereotyped. I only played that kind of role in two pictures and that was enough, thank you. It’s not me.” ~ ? on her wisecracking smart girl image. is an American stage, film, and television actress, known for her Academy Award-... Read full article
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Celeste Holm Quotes:
Mike: Who wants to be a millionaire?
Liz Imbrie: I don't.
Karen Richards: Nothing is forever in the Theatre. Whatever it is, it's here, it flares up, burns hot and then its gone.
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