Remick’s other famous movies contain 1957’s The Long Hot Summer, 1959’s Anatomy of a Murder and 1976’s The Omen. Lee Ann Remick was born on December 14, 1935, in Quincy, Massachusetts. The daughter of a department store owner, Lee Remick started dancing at a young age. She attended Barnard College as well as the Celebrities?? Studio, and made her debut on Broadway in 1953’s Be Your Age. Remick first appeared on movie with Andy Griffith in Elia Kazan’s A Face in the Crowd (1957). Other notable movies comprise 1957’s The Long Hot Summer, 1959’s Anatomy of a Murder and 1976’s The Omen.
The refined and refined performer also enjoyed a successful stage career, especially in her cooperation with buddy Stephen Sondheim. She appeared in his short lived 1964 musical, Anyone Can Whistle, along with the 1985 concert version of his musical, Follies. Her last appearance on stage was in 1991’s A Little Night Music, in La. Remick also starred on TV, mainly in historical dramas, earning seven Emmy Award nominations throughout her career. Remick was married to TV producer Bill Colleran from 1957 to 1968, and they had two kids. She was married to British film producer Kip Gowans from 1970 until her passing of kidney and liver cancer on July 2, 1991, at age 55.