Deborah Kerr 1921 – 2007

Deborah Kerr, the sophisticated, Scottish-born actress who was nominated for six Oscars, died Tuesday in Suffolk, England, after many years of failing health. She was 86. In films such as “Black Narcissus,” “An Affair to Remember” and “Tea and Sympathy,” Kerr embodied the image of the lovely, well-spoken English rose, a woman whose breeding and cool exterior belie the passion, fire and frustration simmering just below the surface. Variety.

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