Reminder about the upcoming Christopher Plummer Blogathon being held at Seanmunger.com June 4-10.
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When it comes to character actors, there are ordinary character actors…and then there’s Christopher Plummer. This amazing, versatile Canadian, one of the greatest screen (and stage) thespians that our mild-mannered neighbor to the north has ever produced, has been entertaining us for almost 60 years now, and from his formidable talents, smooth but commanding voice and his effortless ability to slip into any role, he’s created some of the most enduring and memorable characters on the screen. From the musical Austrian father in The Sound of Music in 1965–his best-known role, or at least his best-known early role–to the whiskered, philosophical Leo Tolstoy in 2010’s The Last Station, and his turn in the next year’s Beginners which finally won him, at 82, his first Academy Award, Christopher Plummer has brought some amazing characters to life and carried too many films to count. He’s…
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