Knowledge Identifier: +Angela_Lansbury
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1925.
Countries: United States (61%), United Kingdom (23%), Australia (9%)
Linked to: The New York Times, Communist Party of Great Britain, Hal Leonard Corporation, Labour Party
They arrived in New York on 25 August 1940
Carleton Carpenter - Before signing to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Carpenter was a magician and an actor on Broadway, beginning with David Merrick's first production "Bright Boy" in 1944, followed by co-starring appearances in "Three to Make Ready" with Ray Bolger, "John Murray Anderson's Almanac" and "Hotel Paradiso" with Bert Lahr and Angela Lansbury
Lansbury's half-sister Isolde was married to Peter Ustinov for some years, but they divorced in 1946
Keith Andes - He co-starred with Angela Lansbury in the 1954 film noir "A Life at Stake" after appearing in 1952 with Robert Newton in "Blackbeard the Pirate"
For example, when appearing as a guest on the Sunday night CBS-TV show "What's My Line-", she made a plea for viewers to contribute to the 1966 Muscular Dystrophy Association fund-raising drive, chaired by Jerry Lewis
Jerry Herman - In 1966, Herman's next musical was the smash hit "Mame" starring Angela Lansbury, which introduced a string of Herman standards, most notably the ballad "If He Walked Into My Life", the holiday favorite "We Need a Little Christmas", and the title tune
Jane Carr - In 1970, she co-starred with Angela Lansbury and Michael York in "Something for Everyone"
Harry Guardino - Guardino had a continuing role as Perry Mason's nemesis, Hamilton Burger, in the 1973 television series "The New Perry Mason" and a recurring role on Angela Lansbury's "Murder, She Wrote"
John Lindsay - In 1975, Lindsay made a surprise appearance on "The Tony *awards" telecast in which he, along with a troupe of celebrity male suitors in tuxedos, sang "Mame" to Angela Lansbury
Kathryn Grayson - In the 1980s, she guest starred in three episodes of "Murder she Wrote" with Angela Lansbury
Ann Blyth - Her most recent television appearances came in episodes of Jack Klugman's "Quincy" in 1983 and Angela Lansbury's "Murder, She Wrote" in 1985
Lansbury made her first theatrical film appearance since "The Company of Wolves" as Aunt Adelaide in "Nanny McPhee" in 2005
LeVar Burton - In 1987, Burton played Dave Robinson, a journalist , in the third season of "Murder, She Wrote", episode 16 - "Death Takes a Dive", starring Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher
Corymore Productions - "'Corymore Productions"' is a television production company that was founded in 1987 by Peter Shaw, the late husband of Angela Lansbury
Ken Howard - In the early 1990s, he was a regular on the television series "Murder, She Wrote" as guest sleuth with Angela Lansbury, and later in "Crossing Jordan" as Jill Hennessy's father from 2001-2004
Janet Blair - Her last performance was on television in a 1991 episode of "Murder, She Wrote", starring Angela Lansbury
Ally Sheedy - On April 12, 1992, Sheedy married actor David Lansbury, the nephew of actress Angela Lansbury and son of Edgar Lansbury, the producer of the original production of "Godspell"
Lansbury reprised her role as The Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia in the reading of a new musical based on the 1997 Fox Animation Studios feature film "Anastasia" during the week of 23 July 2012
Dorothy Gilman - Angela Lansbury starred in the made-for-TV movie "The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax" in 1999
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film) - "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was released on DVD on October 9, 2001, the first in Disney's Platinum Editions, and featured, across two discs, the digitally restored film, a making-of documentary narrated by Angela Lansbury, an audio commentary by John Canemaker and, via archived audio clips, Walt Disney
The Manchurian Candidate (1962 film) - In April 2007, Angela Lansbury's character was selected by "Newsweek" as one of the ten greatest villains in cinema history
Carey Mulligan - For her debut Broadway performance in the 2008 American transfer of "The Seagull", she was nominated for a Drama Desk *award, but lost to Angela Lansbury
Catherine Zeta-Jones - In August 2009, it was announced she would return to her musical roots and make her Broadway debut in the revival of A Little Night Music with Angela Lansbury, beginning December 2009.
Stephen Sondheim - The New York City Center birthday celebration and benefit concert on April 26, 2010 featured : Michael Cerveris, Alexander Gemignani, Donna Murphy, Debra Monk, Joanna Gleason, Maria Friedman, Mark Jacoby, Len Cariou, B.D. Wong, Claybourne Elder, Alexander Hanson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Raul Esparza, Sutton Foster, Nathan Lane, Michele Pawk, the original cast of "Into the Woods"; Kim Crosby, Chip Zien, Danielle Ferland, & Ben Wright, Angela Lansbury, and Jim Walton
The Age of Adaline - On November 12, 2010, Angela Lansbury was added to the cast of the film, set to play the daughter of the ageless Adaline
Mr. Popper's Penguins (film) - Popper's Penguins"' is a 2011 American comedy family film distributed by 20th Century Fox, directed by Mark Waters, produced by John Davis, written by Sean Anders, John Morris and Jared Stern with music by Rolfe Kent and starring Jim Carrey, Carla Gugino, Madeline Carroll, Maxwell Perry Cotton, Angela Lansbury, Desmin Borges, Philip Baker Hall, Dominic Chianese, Clark Gregg, Ophelia Lovibond, Jeffrey Tambor, David Krumholtz with Frank Welker and James Tupper
The Manchurian Candidate (1962 film) - As of 2015 Angela Lansbury, Henry_Silva and Leslie Parrish are the only cast members still alive
Mary Poppins (film) - In December 2016, it was announced that Angela Lansbury had joined the cast in an unspecified role