Oscar-winning actor Christopher Plummer dies, breathes last at age 91

Hollywood is full of hobby after the news of Oscar Award winning actor Christopher Plummer’s demise. Plummer breathed his last at the age of 91. Christopher died at his own Connecticut residence. Christopher’s death was informed by his longtime friend and manager Lou Pitt. Pitt said that in the last moments of Plummer’s life, his 51-year-old wife Ellen Taylor was present with him.

Christopher Plummer gets Oscar for ‘Beginners’

movie ‘Beginners’ He won the Oscar title at the age of 82. In this film, he played a character who after many years believes that he is gay. Apart from this, he has screened many characters written by Shakespeare. At the same time, he was fascinated by his character played in Tolstoy’s ‘The Last Station’. Plummer went on to win one Oscar Award, two Tony Awards and two Emmy Awards in his career so far. After his death, his fans and fellow artists are paying tribute to him.


Christopher Plummer spent nearly 70 years of his life in acting. In which he acted in many films and played many characters. He played Captain George von Trapp in the film ‘The Sound of Music’. His character is well liked till date. According to Pitt, ‘Christopher was an extraordinary man who greatly liked and respected his profession’.

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