Dame Olivia de Havilland, who played Melanie Hamilton in Gone With The Wind, has actually passed away at the age of 104.
The star died in Paris, her representative verified.
A declaration stated: “Last night, the world lost an international treasure, and I lost a dear friend and beloved client. She died peacefully in Paris.”
De Havilland appeared in 49 function movies in between the 1930 s and 1980 s.
Following Gone With The Wind, launched in 1939, she got the first of 5 Oscar elections, and the just one for Best Supporting Starlet.
She went on to be chosen for Best Starlet for her functions in 4 films all launched in the 1940 s: Keep back the Dawn, To Each His Own, The Snake Pit and The Heiress, winning for To Each His Own and The Heiress.
She likewise operated in theatre and tv.
De Havilland was born in Tokyo to British moms and dads in July 1916, the family relocating to California when she was 3. She had actually resided in Paris because the 1950 s.
Her more youthful sibling, Joan Fontaine, was likewise a starlet. Their mom had actually studied drama in London and handed down her understanding to her children.
After taking the lead functions in school plays, De Havilland was thinking about ending up being an arts instructor and won a scholarship to study at Mills College, Berkeley.
However she never ever took up the chance due to the fact that she was found by a scout for director Max Reinhardt while playing Puck in a school production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.