De havilan won acclaim and an Academy Award nomination for her role as Melanie in gone with the wind, but it was not until after the lawsuit with Warner that she began to lead a series of powerful plays. In 1946, de havilan won her first Oscar for the film romantic seeds, about a mother who wants to take back her adopted son. The second time, three years later, won the 22nd Best Actress Oscar for her role as Catherine in the heiress.
In the 1970s, de havilan continued to act as a supporting role. In the 1980s, he turned to television and even won the Golden Globe Award for the TV film the mystery of Anna. Apart from occasionally appearing on the screen, she leads a quiet life in Paris, generally avoiding the public. Even at her best, she was known for her unfathomability, and no amount of radio silence could hide the deterioration of her already troubled relationship with her sister and actor Joan Fontaine. It is reported that the two stopped talking in the mid-1970s. (Fang Dan died on December 15, 2013 at the age of 96.)
It is understood that Olivia de havilans funeral arrangements are private and can contribute to the American Cathedral in Paris.
Source: Netease Entertainment editor: Han Chong_ NBJ11345