Her story began like a classic Hollywood fairytale, but that’s not how it ended. Angela Lansbury, who died on Tuesday aged 96, starred in her first film, “Gaslight,” in 1944 at just 19 years old. She’d been signed by MGM Studios just two years previously, having studied acting in New York City after her family, which had fallen on hard times, was forced to flee their home in Blitz-stricken London.
Angela Lansbury forged a path from misfit to icon
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