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Menzies-Urich of ‘The Sound of Music’ dies
    2017-December-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

《音乐之声》二女儿扮演者希瑟·孟席斯·乌尔里希逝世

Heather Menzies-Urich, who played Louisa Von Trapp in “The Sound of Music,” has died aged 68.

Her death was announced by the estate of the musical’s creators, Rodgers & Hammerstein, on Monday.

She was diagnosed with brain cancer four weeks ago and died on Christmas Eve, news site TMZ quoted her son Ryan as saying.

“She was an actress, a ballerina* and loved living her life to the fullest,” he told TMZ.

Born Heather Menzies in Toronto, she was 15 when the musical film was released in 1965. It went on to win 10 Oscars, including best picture.

She played the mischievous* third Von Trapp child Louisa, but her later television and film appearances did not hit the same heights.

At 23, she posed nude for Playboy magazine under the headline “The Tender Trapp,” a decision she said horrified her Presbyterian parents, who were originally from Scotland.

She married film producer Robert Urich in 1975, but he died in 2002.

Among those to pay tribute were Kym Karath, who played Gretl in the film.

“Heather was part of ‘the family’,” Ted Chapin, of the Rodgers & Hammerstein estate, said.

“Heather was a cheerful and positive member of the group, always hoping for the next gathering. We are all lucky to have known her, and she will happily live on in that beautiful movie. We will miss her.”

Her death comes 14 months after that of Charmian Carr, who played the eldest Von Trapp daughter Liesl.

(SD-Agencies)

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