The actress who was the last from “Gone With the Wind’ and the winner of double Oscars passed away on Sunday and she was 104.
Olivia breathed her last naturally in her house in Paris where she resided for about 60 years as per her rep Lisa Goldberg.
Havilland was elder to her arch-rival of Oscar winner and her sister Joan Fontaine by 15 months who passed away back in December 2013 at 96. Joan was said to win the Academy Award for the film Suspicion in 1942 defeating her sister.
But in turn, Olivia grabbed Oscars for best actress for the films ‘To Each His Own (1946) and The Heiress (1949), where her characters outstood every other role she played. Further, she was the longest living star of the 40’s Oscar winners.
For the portrayal of Melanie a humble suffering girl in ‘Gone With the Wind’, she was nominated for her debut Oscar but for the supporting role but she lost it to her fellow star Hattie McDaniel.
Apart from this, she was also nominated for her other movies like Hold Back the Dawn (1941), The Snake Pit (1948), and so on.