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Deborah Kerr: An Actress to Remember




Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Classics, Obituaries,

Deborah Kerr as Anna in The King and IBest known for her roles in 1957’s An Affair to Remember (opposite Cary Grant) and 1953’s From Here to Eternity (opposite the one and only Burt Lancaster in the famous beach scene), legendary actress has passed away at age 86. Kerr won the and received an nomination during her lengthy Hollywood career, which included more than forty films.

Born in Scotland, Kerr blazed on the screen with her red hair and powerful voice. It was that same voice which helped Kerr land the role of a lifetime – Anna in The King and I.  She starred opposite Yul Brenner, the sexiest bald man in the history of Hollywood (you wish, Telly Savales), making film history in the musical with classic songs like ‘Getting to Know You’.  Kerr became a girl at age 46 in the film .

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