Angela Lansbury

The "Murder, She Wrote" actor, who died this week at 96, confronted intense real-life drama when her family lived in Los Angeles.
“A tale as old as time, our beloved Mrs. Potts will sing lullabies to us now from the stars," Takei wrote. "Rest, great soul.”
The beloved actor was known for leading roles in “Murder, She Wrote” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
The “Murder, She Wrote” star will be honored for her "insurmountable" contributions to theater, which include the musicals "Mame" and "Sweeney Todd."
"We have to own up to the fact that women ... have gone out of their way to make themselves attractive."
On Sunday, Angela Lansbury was the guest of honor at The Players' Pipe Night honoring Audra McDonald. Of course, the topic of the election came up.