Another Hollywood icon has passed away this week.
Lauren Bacall died on Tuesday after a stroke in Manhattan, according to “The Hollywood Reporter.”
Bacall was well-known for her raspy voice and was a celebrated artist on both the screen and the stage.
Throughout her decades-long acting career, the star won a Golden Globe for her role in “The Mirror Has Two Faces” nearly 30 years after winning a Tony for her leading role in “Applause.”
Beginning with her role in “To Have and Have Not,” Bacall went on to have memorable parts in films for many years, including “Sex and the Single Girl” and “Misery.”
Her on-again, off-again relationship was the subject of endless gossip back in the day, as the two carried their romance from films like “The Big Sleep” and “Have Not” off the screen.
A true cut above the rest of Hollywood, Bacall is quoted as once saying, “I think your whole life shows in your face and you should be proud of that.”
Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this time.