Here is a look at the life of actress Angela Lansbury.
Birth date: October 16, 1925
Arts and entertainment
Awards and prizes
Entertainment and arts awards
Plays and musical theater
Crime, law enforcement and corrections
Crimes against persons
Business, economy and trade
Business and industry sectors
Celebrity and pop culture
Birth place: London, England
Birth name: Angela Brigid Lansbury
Father: Edgar Lansbury, businessman
Mother: Moyna (McGill; also seen as MacGill) Lansbury, actress
Marriages: Peter Shaw (August 12, 1949-January 29, 2003, his death); Richard Cromwell (September 1945-August 1946, divorced)
Children: with Peter Shaw: Deirdre Angela, Anthony Peter and David (stepson)
Nominated for seven Tony Awards and won five.
Nominated for 18 Emmy Awards with no wins; 12 of them were for her role of Jessica Fletcher, murder-solving novelist, on "Murder, She Wrote."
Nominated for three Academy Awards with no wins.
Holds the record for youngest actress with two Academy Award nominations (by age 20).
1940 - Moves from England to the United States.
1943 - Signs a seven-year contract with MGM.
1951 - Becomes a US citizen.
1966 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Mame."
1969 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Dear World."
1975 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Gypsy."
1979 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Sweeney Todd."
1984-1996 - Plays mystery writer Jessica Fletcher, in "Murder, She Wrote" on CBS.
November 1988 - Releases a fitness video, "Angela Lansbury's Positive Moves: A Personal Plan for Fitness and Well-Being at Any Age."
1991 - Sings the Oscar-winning song, "Beauty and the Beast."
September 1993 - Hosts the Primetime Emmy Awards.
2000 - Receives Kennedy Center Honors.
2009 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Featured Role - Play) for "Blithe Spirit."
November 16, 2013 - Lansbury is presented the Governor's Award by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion PIcture Arts and Sciences.
December 30, 2013 - The New Year Honours 2014 list is published, naming Lansbury an honorary dame of the British Empire for her work in drama, charitable work and philanthropy.