Actress Celeste Holm dies at 95
Academy Award wining actress Celeste Holm died July 15 at her home in New York City. She was 95.
Her great-niece, Amy Phillips, confirmed her death to the Associated Press. Ms. Holm had been hospitalized for dehydration about two weeks ago following a fire in actor Robert De Niro’s apartment in the same Manhattan building.
Ms. Holm came to wide attention in 1943 as the lusty Ado Annie Carnes in the original 1943 Broadway staging of “Oklahoma!” She sang the show-stopping number “I Cain’t Say No,” which led critic Burton Rascoe to write at the time that she “simply tucks the show under her arm and lets the others touch it.”
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