Lee Remick; Actress’ Long Career Spanned TV Dramas, Stage, Film. July 03, 1991|BURT A. FOLKART | Los Angeles Times Staff Writer. Lee Remick, the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55. … Her diversity was evident throughout what proved a lengthy career for a woman who died so young. From her Broadway stage debut in 1953 to her final appearance in “Love Letters” at the Canon Theater in Beverly Hills last summer, her characters covered a wide range. Besides playing the dipsomaniac mate of Jack Lemmon in the 1962 “Wine and Roses,” which brought her an Academy Award nomination, she was a nervous wreck in ” The Women’s Room,” a tough piano coach in “The Competition,” a nymphomaniac in “The Detective” and a rape victim in the remake of “The Letter.” The actress appeared in 28 motion pictures, including “A Face in the Crowd,” “The Long Hot Summer,” “Experiment in Terror,” “Wild River,” “Sanctuary,” “The Wheeler Dealers,” “Travelin’ Lady,” “Anatomy of a Murder,” “Tribute” and “The Omen.”
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