Oscar-Winner Celeste Holm Dead at 95
Celeste Holm, who rose to fame on Broadway in “Oklahoma!” and won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in Gentlemen’s Agreement, died in her New York apartment on Sunday.
Holm was recently hospitalized for dehydration, and suffered a heart attack there.
In a career than spanned more than half a century, Holm starred on the stage, TV, and in numerous movies.
In addition to her Oscar win, she was nominated for two other Academy Awards for her roles in Come to the Stable and All About Eve.
Holm was 95.