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Lee Remick Biography and Filmography
Lee Remick
Birthday: December 14, 1935
Birth Place: Quincy, Massachusetts, USA
Height: 5' 7"
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An elegant, blonde beauty once considered the American equivalent to Bridgit Bardot, Lee Remick was a star of stage, screen, and television. Before launching her acting career on-stage and in television in the 1950s, Remick was a professional dancer. She made quite a splash as a sexy young drum majorette in Elia Kazan's A Face in the Crowd (1957). Early in her career, Remick excelled in playing saucy flirts; she eventually matured into a versatile actress noted for the subtle depth she gave her characterizations and specialized in playing manipulators in films such as The Long Hot Summer (1957) and Anatomy of a Murder (1959). She also did well as a victim in films like Days of Wine and Roses (1962). When not busy in films, Remick was building her reputation on stage and television. On Broadway, Remick was most closely associated with Frederick Knott's Wait Until Dark, a role that won her a Tony nomination. During the '70s, Remick became a familiar face in numerous television movies and miniseries, the phase of her career for which she is perhaps best remembered. She specialized in real-life dramas. Highlights of her television career include A Delicate Balance (1973), A Girl Named Sooner (1975), and The Women's Room (1980). Her feature-film career however became more sporadic. With James Garner and Peter Duchow, Remick formed a production company in 1988. For much of her career, Remick had battled cancer. She finally succumbed to it in 1991 at the age of 55.
Dark Holiday (1989)
Bridge to Silence (1989)
[ Marlee Matlin ]
Jesse (1988)
The Vision (1987)
[ Helena Bonham Carter ][ Lynda Bellingham ]
Of Pure Blood (1986)
[ Beate Finckh ]
Eleanor: In Her Own Words (1986)
Emma's War (1986)
[ Miranda Otto ]
Toughlove (1985)
[ Piper Laurie ][ Deedee Pfeiffer ][ Helene Udy ]
Rearview Mirror (1984)
A Good Sport (1984)
[ Tracy Pollan ]
The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story (1983)
[ Angela Lansbury ][ Polly Holliday ]
The Letter (1982)
[ Sarah Marshall ]
I Do! I Do! (1982)
The Women's Room (1980)
[ Patty Duke ][ Mary Regan ][ Colleen Dewhurst ][ Kathryn Harrold ][ Lisa Pelikan ]
Haywire (1980)
[ Melora Hardin ][ Linda Gray ]
Tribute (1980)
[ Kim Cattrall ][ Colleen Dewhurst ][ Gale Garnett ]
The Competition (1980)
[ Amy Irving ]
The Europeans (1979)
[ Lisa Eichhorn ]
Torn Between Two Lovers (1979)
[ Andrea Martin ]
The Medusa Touch (1978)
[ Marie Christine Barrault ]
Breaking Up (1978)
Ike: The War Years (1978)
Telefon (1977)
[ Sheree North ]
The Omen (1976)
[ Holly Palance ]
Hennessy (1975)
[ Patsy Kensit ]
A Girl Named Sooner (1975)
[ Cloris Leachman ][ Anne Francis ]
Hustling (1975)
Touch Me Not (1974)
[ Fabia Taffarel ]
And No One Could Save Her (1973)
[ Jennie Linden ]
A Delicate Balance (1973)
The Blue Knight (1973)
[ Anne Archer ][ Eileen Brennan ][ Janet Dubois ]
The Man Who Came to Dinner (1972)
[ Joan Collins ][ Mary Wickes ]
Summer and Smoke (1972)
Sometimes a Great Notion (1971)
A Severed Head (1970)
[ Claire Bloom ][ Jennie Linden ]
Loot (1970)
Hard Contract (1969)
[ Karen Black ]
The Detective (1968)
[ Jaqueline Bisset ]
No Way to Treat a Lady (1968)
[ Doris Roberts ]
Damn Yankees! (1967)
The Hallelujah Trail (1965)
[ Pamela Tiffin ]
Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965)
The Wheeler Dealers (1963)
The Running Man (1963)
Days of Wine and Roses (1962)
Experiment in Terror (1962)
[ Stefanie Powers ]
Sanctuary (1961)
Wild River (1960)
The Tempest (1960)
Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
[ Eve Arden ]
These Thousand Hills (1959)
The Long, Hot Summer (1958)
[ Angela Lansbury ][ Joanne Woodward ][ Sarah Marshall ]
The Last Tycoon (1957)
A Face in the Crowd (1957)
[ Angy Samiou ][ Patricia Neal ][ Diana Sands ]
All Expenses Paid (1956)
Three Men from Tomorrow (1956)
The Diamond as Big as the Ritz (1955)
[ Elizabeth Montgomery ]
One Hill, One River (1955)
Man Lost (1955)
It Depends on You (1955)
The Death and Life of Larry Benson (1954)
The Picket Fence (1953)
Double in Ivory (1953)
  • She had 2 children with Bill Colleran.
  • Received the Women's International Center (WIC) Living Legacy Award in 1990.
  • Her son, Matt Colleran, was a founding member of Los Angeles rock band Mary's Danish. He wrote (with Gretchen Seager) the band's biggest hit, "Don't Crash the Car Tonight."
  • Her role in Anatomy of a Murder (1959) was intended for Lana Turner, who got fired when she insisted that her off-the-rack costumes, (suitable for the part of an Army wife), be designed by splashy Jean Louis. Later, Remick was announced to replace Marilyn Monroe in the unfinished Something's Got to Give (1962), but loyal co-star Dean Martin demanded that the studio reinstate the fired Monroe.
  • Measurements: 34-21-34 (in 1959), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • Lee's second husband, British producer Kip Gowans, worked with Lee on a number of TV movies including The Women's Room (1980) (TV), and Rearview Mirror (1984) (TV).
  • In 1962, Lee, who was with 20th Century Fox, briefly replaced the excessively tardy Marilyn Monroe on the film Something's Got to Give (1962). Lee never got past a few wardrobe fittings. Dean Martin, the film's co-star, refused to work with anyone but Marilyn and threatened to quit. As a result, Marilyn was brought back. The project was eventually scrapped.
  • A very weak, almost unrecognizable Lee made one of her last public appearances on April 29, 1991, to receive her star on the "Hollywood Walk of Fame." In the last stages of her kidney cancer, her face was extremely bloated by the chemo treatments she was receiving. Jack Lemmon, her Days of Wine and Roses (1962) co-star, was at the ceremony to lend love and support. She died two months later on July 2nd.
  • She was cremated at Westwood Memorial Park and services held at a later date. Elizabeth Taylor attended and eulogies were delivered by good friends Jack Lemmon and Gregory Peck. Her children, Kate and Matt Colleran, sang the title song from one of her Broadway musical shows "Anyone Can Whistle."
  • Discovered she had tumors on her kidneys and lungs while filming in France in 1989. She had a remission in 1990 before the cancer returned again.
  • Was nominated for Broadway's 1966 Tony Award as Best Actress (Dramatic) for "Wait Until Dark."

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