Lee Remick, 55, Actress in Roles From Enticing to Tormented, Dies. By ANDREW L. YARROW. The New York Times, July 3, 1991. Lee Remick, the elegant actress who illumined dozens of films and many stage and television plays, died yesterday at her home in Los Angeles. She was 55 years old. The actress died of cancer after fighting the disease for two years, a spokesman for the family said. In one of her last public appearances, a star was dedicated in her honor in April on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Ms. Remick, an uncommonly versatile performer, portrayed characters as disparate as a seductive cheerleader and a tormented alcoholic, along with such historical figures as Lady Randolph Churchill and Eleanor Roosevelt. Once billed as “America’s answer to Brigitte Bardot,” she was as much admired for her acting abilities as for her bubbly attractiveness.
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