Christopher Plummer, age 82, wins Oscar…

February 27th, 2012 1 Comment

NJSeniorCare.com | Last night was a great night for Christopher Plummer, who at the age of 82, became the oldest Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor in the film “Beginnings.” Plummer has been in the movie business for over 50 years. One of his notable roles was Captain Von Trapp in 1965’s “The Sound of Music.” Before Plummer, George Burns won his Oscar at age 80, as was Jessica Tandy when she won hers for “Driving Miss Daisy.” Plummer doesn’t plan to stop acting. He’s an inspiration for all seniors who have a passion for what they do…age isn’t an issue!


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