Deborah Kerr dies at 86

Actress Deborah Kerr died Tuesday from Parkinson’s disease, her agent said yesterday. Her film career spanned four and a half decades, but she is best remembered for three movies from the 1950s: From Here to Eternity, featuring a famous kiss on the beach with Burt Lancaster; The King and I, a war of wills between her teacher and Yul Brynner’s king; and An Affair to Remember, a romantic drama with Cary Grant. She was nominated six times for an Academy Award, and was given an honorary Oscar in 1994. Kerr was 86.

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