Star of television, film, and "Murder, She Wrote," Angela Lansbury, dies at age 96
Angela Lansbury was a powerful actress who enthralled Hollywood when she was younger.
The star of "Murder, She Wrote" passed away on Tuesday at her Los Angeles home. She was 96.
Her death was announced in a statement by her family.
From "Mame" in 1966 through "Blithe Spirit" in 2009, Ms. Lansbury won five Tony Awards for her leading roles on the New York stage.
when she was 83, a testament to her extraordinary stamina.
Yet she appeared on Broadway only from time to time over a seven-decade career in film,
Years when nothing seemed to be going well also occurred in theatre and television.