Lee Ann Remick was a famous American actress. Well!! She was nominated for the Academy Award for her work in 1962 film named Days of Wine and Roses. It was directed by Blake Edwards and produced by Martin Manulis. In the year 1966 was nominated at the Tony Award for her Broadway Theatre performance in Wait Until Dark.
The play was written by Fredrick Knott. Her work in the television film The Blue Knight achieved her Golden Globe Award. It was based on the novel by Joseph Wambaugh. For her work in the television miniseries Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill she won the British Academy Television Award in the best actress category.
She was subject to the debut single by the Australian indie rock band The Go-Betweens in the year 1978. Lee married producer Bill Colleran on the 3rd of August in the year 1957 and had two children. One is Katherine Lee Colleran and the other one is Matthew Remick Colleran. In the year 1968, she divorced him.
Later she married William Rory “Kip” Gowans on 18th of December in the year 1970 and remained with him till her death. At the age of 55, she died of kidney cancer. She was also a star in the Motion Picture section on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and it was dedicated on the 29th of April in 1991.
She was born on the 14th of December in the year 1935 in the United States of America. Lee attended Swoboda School of Dance. Later she took acting classes from Barnard College and Actors Studio.
Lee made her Broadway debut from the theater play named Be Your Age. Initially, she was part of several anthology series. Over the years she was part of some famous television series, theaters, and movies. In the year 1990, she was awarded the Women in Film Crystal Award.