Hollywood's famous actress Olivia de Havilland has passed away. She won the Oscar award twice and is no longer in this world. She died at the age of 104 years. Publicist Lisa Golberg talked about Olivia de Havilland. She said, "Haviland breathed her last at her home in Paris on Sunday evening". You must have seen her Havilland in "Gone with the Wind". The film was released in the year 1939 and the film was well received by the audience.
However, in this film she appeared in the role of Melanie Hamilton, which was quite good. She was Scarlett O'Hara's sister in the film and her best friend. Havilland was the last living artist of this film, who is no more. She played different roles in her six-decade career. She was among the last top performers of the studio era. Havilland was born on 1 July 1916 in Tokyo with the British Patent Attorney. Her parents separated when she was three years old.
Her mother brought her and her sister Joan to California. Olivia received Oscars for her roles in the 1946 film 'Two Echoes on' and 1949's The Eras. She got married twice. Her first husband was an author Marcus Goodrich and the second was journalist Pierre Galante.
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