Knowledge Identifier: +Lee_Remick
American film and television actress
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1935.
Countries: United States (71%), (18%), France (6%)
Main connections: Montgomery Clift, Elia Kazan, Wild River (film)
Linked to: Actors Studio
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Lee Remick was born in 1935
Remick attended the Swaboda School of Dance, The Hewitt School and studied acting at Barnard College and the Actors Studio, making her Broadway theatre debut in 1953 with "Be Your Age"
Remick married producer Bill Colleran in 1957
After appearing as Eula Varner, the hot-blooded daughter-in-law of Will Varner in 1958's "The Long, Hot Summer", she appeared in "These Thousand Hills" as a dance hall girl
- Clift starred with Lee Remick in Elia Kazan's Wild River in 1960.
Wild River (film)
- "'Wild River"' is a 1960 film directed by Elia Kazan starring Montgomery Clift, Lee Remick, Jo_Van_Fleet, Albert Salmi and Jay C. Flippen filmed on location in the Tennessee Valley
In 1962, she starred opposite Glenn Ford in the Blake Edwards suspense-thriller "Experiment in Terror"
Remick appeared in the 1964 Broadway musical "Anyone Can Whistle", written by Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents, which ran for only a week
Remick received a Tony award nomination in 1966 for her role as a blind woman terrorized by drug smugglers in the thriller "Wait Until Dark"
She married British producer William Rory 'Kip' Gowans in 1970
Richard Johnson (actor)
- Johnson wrote the original story for the 1975 thriller, "Hennessy", starring Rod Steiger, himself and Lee Remick
She co-starred with Gregory Peck in the 1976 horror film "The Omen", in which her character's adopted son, Damien, is revealed to be the Anti-Christ
This began a lifelong friendship between Remick and Sondheim, and she later appeared in the landmark 1985 concert version of his musical "Follies"
Lee Remick died in 1991
Remick died on July 2, 1991, at the age of 55, at her home in Los Angeles of kidney and liver cancer
Remick was the subject of The Go-Betweens' first single, "Lee Remick", as well as Hefner's 1998 single of the same title