Performing artist Angela Lansbury was conceived on October 16, 1925, in the area of Poplar, situated in the East End of London, England.

Her mom, Belfast-conceived Moyna MacGill, was a phase performer also, having worked with counterparts like John Gielgud and Basil Rathbone.

Her dad, Edward Lansbury, was a prominent lawmaker.

Angela’s dad passed on when she was 9 years of age, which would influence her for whatever is left of her life.

For a period, she lived in Ireland amid her preadolescence, where both she and her sister went to acting school.

Amidst German air assaults amid the London Blitz, Lansbury, her mom and two more youthful siblings fled the war and moved to the United States in 1940, settling in New York.

In New York City, Lansbury got a grant to study dramatization at the Lucy Fagan school. She showed up in 1944’s Gaslight inverse Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer.

Playing the house cleaning specialist Nancy, Lansbury stood her ground against, set up stars and earned an Academy Award selection for Actress in a Supporting Role.

She was assigned again the following year and won a Golden Globe for playing a move corridor woman Sibyl Vane in The Picture of Dorian Gray, which took over the narrative of a man who makes a powerful agreement to stay youthful at a high cost.

Lansbury landed other real parts right off the bat in her profession, including that of Elizabeth Taylor’s more seasoned sister in “National Velvet” (1944) and inverse Judy Garland and Cyd Charisse in “The Harvey Girls” (1946).

Lansbury kept making movies into the following decade, including “The Manchurian Candidate” (1963), which presented to her a third Academy Award selection for supporting on-screen character.

Other film appearances amid the ’60s included “Blue Hawaii” (1961) with Elvis Presley, The Amorous Adventures of “Moll Flanders” (1965) and the scriptural “The Greatest Story Ever Told”, with the last co-featuring Charlton Heston and Max von Sydow.

Subsequent to showing up in “Mister Buddwing” (1966), she featured as a lady in the comic drama “Something for Everyone”, in verse Michael York, and after that in the part vivified Disney motion picture musical “Bedknobs and Broomsticks” (1971), playing the witch Miss Price.

She has gained an estimated net worth of $65million.

Quick Summary

Full name: Angela Brigid Lansbury

Date of birth: October 16, 1925

Birth place: East End of London, England

Age: 91 years

Profession: Actor & performing artist

Height: 1.73m

Weight: NA

Net worth: $65 Million

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