Deborah Kerr

Kerr in 1973, by [[Allan Warren]] Deborah Jane Trimmer CBE (30 September 192116 October 2007), known professionally as Deborah Kerr (), was a British actress. She was nominated six times for the Academy Award for Best Actress, becoming the first person from Scotland to be nominated for any acting Oscar. Kerr was known for her roles as elegant, ladylike but also sexually repressed women that deeply yearn for sexual freedom.

During her international film career, Kerr won a Golden Globe Award for her performance as Anna Leonowens in the musical film ''The King and I'' (1956). Her other major and best known films and performances are ''The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp'' (1943), ''Black Narcissus'' (1947), ''Quo Vadis'' (1951), ''From Here to Eternity'' (1953), ''Tea and Sympathy'' (1956), ''An Affair to Remember'' (1957), ''Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison'' (1957), ''Bonjour Tristesse'' (1958), ''Separate Tables'' (1958), ''The Sundowners'' (1960), ''The Innocents'' (1961), ''The Grass Is Greener'' (1960), and ''The Night of the Iguana'' (1964).

In 1994, having already received honorary awards from the Cannes Film Festival and BAFTA, Kerr received an Academy Honorary Award with a citation recognizing her as "an artist of impeccable grace and beauty, a dedicated actress whose motion picture career has always stood for perfection, discipline and elegance". Provided by Wikipedia
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