#Olivia de Havilland, Hollywood icon and ‘Gone With the Wind’ star, dead at 104

#Olivia de Havilland, Hollywood icon and ‘Gone With the Wind’ star, dead at 104

July 26, 2020 | 12:57pm | Updated July 26, 2020 | 1:02pm

Hollywood icon Olivia de Havilland — the Oscar-winning star of classics including “Gone With the Wind” and “The Adventures of Robin Hood” — died Sunday, according to her rep.

She was 104.

The two-time Academy Award-winning actress died peacefully from natural causes at the home in her home in Paris, France where she had lived more than 60 years, her publicist Lisa Goldberg told the Hollywood Reporter.

“We at TCM are saddened to hear that beloved film icon and one of the last remaining stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood, Olivia de Havilland has passed away,” Turner Classic Movies also confirmed in a tweet.

Long considered one of the greats from Hollywood’s golden era, de Havilland had turned 104 in July and was the longest surviving star of “Gone With the Wind.”

She was the older sister — by just 15 months — of fellow Academy Award-winning actress Joan Fontaine, who died in December 2013 at age 96.

The actress is also remembered for a landmark lawsuit against Warner Bros. in 1944 — winning her rights to break free of the studio — a victory that redefined the business of moviemaking.

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