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Thrice divorced, she had one son, Peter Gurian. Harris battled breast cancer, a severe fall requiring surgery, a stroke in 2001, and a second stroke in 2010. Harris died on August 24, 2013, of congestive heart failure at her home in West Chatham, Massachusetts. She was 87 years old. She was survived by her son, Peter).
She also appeared in such films as East of Eden (also 1955 with James Dean (with whom she became close friends Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962 with Paul Newman in the private-detective film Harper (1966 and Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967). Harris played the.
As a teenager, she also trained at the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School Camp in Colorado with Charlotte Perry, a mentor who encouraged. Harris to apply to the Yale School of Drama, which she soon attended for a year. Harris 's screen debut was in 1952.
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In 1966, Harris won the Sarah Siddons Award for her work in Chicago theatre. Her Broadway credits include The Playboy of the Western World, Macbeth, The Member of the Wedding, A Shot in the Dark, Skyscraper, And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, Forty Carats, The.
She reprised her Tony-winning role as Mary Todd Lincoln in 1973's play The Last of Mrs. Lincoln in the film version, which appeared in 1976. Another noteworthy film appearance was in the World War II drama The Hiding Place (1975). Harris received ten Tony Award.
Later years Edit Harris continued to work until her death, recently narrating five historical documentaries by Christopher Seufert and Mooncusser Films, as well as being active as a director on the board of the independent Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. She had also done extensive voice.
For her television work, Harris had won three Emmy Awards and had been nominated eleven times. One of her most famous television roles was as Queen Victoria, in the 1961 Hallmark Hall of Fame production of Laurence Housman's Victoria Regina, for which she won an.
She made more appearances in leading roles on the Hallmark program than any other actress, also appearing in two different adaptations of the play Little Moon of Alban. On December 5, 2005, she was named a Kennedy Center Honoree. At a White House ceremony, President.
She received a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Recording for the audio recording of the play. She first performed the play in 1976 and subsequently appeared in other solo shows, including Luce's Bronte. On television, she was well known for her role as Lilimae.