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Olivia de Havilland the last surviving star from 1939 Gone With The Wind dies at 104

Olivia de Havilland, actress of the iconic Hollywood film Gone With The Wind has passed away aged 104 of natural causes at her home in Paris, on July 25th.

Olivia de Haviland was considered the last surviving actress of the Golden Age of Hollywood.

She was the last surviving star from Gone with the Wind  (1939) that earned her one of her five Oscar nominations.

She won the  Best Actress Oscar in 1946 for her role in ‘To Each His Own’, and then a second for ‘The Heiress’ in 1949.

De Havilland continued to act until the late 1980s, accomplishing a Golden Globe in 1986 for Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna.

“At the time of her death, De Havilland was the oldest living performer to have won an Oscar. She died of natural causes at her home in the French capital on Saturday”, her publicist said.

On her death news, tributes continue to pour in for the legendary actress.


Saman Siddiqui

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