A legendary star of Golden Age of Hollywood cinema, known for his transatlantic accent, debonair demeanor, one of classic Hollywood’s definitive leading men.
English stage and Hollywood film actor, Cary Grant, born Archibald Alexander Leach, won audiences the world over with his handsomely good looks and sophistication charm. He created a light, comic style with a unique sense of class. Over four decades, Grant starred in seventy-two films from the 1930s through the 1960s.
Grant performance was in romantic comedies to thrillers including several Alfred Hitchcock films like the 1959, ‘North by Northwest’. He won a special Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement, for his contribution to cinema and also accorded the Kennedy Centre Honors in 1981 for his services to the entertainment industry.
On 29 November, 1986, Cary Grant aged 82, passed away in Davenport, Iowa, USA. Decades since his passing, his legacy has lingered on. He will forever be known for his professionalism both on and off screen, and also the unparalleled comedic performances of his movies.