Celeste Holm Movie Actress

She was born on April 29, 1917 (died on July 15, 2012, she was 95 years old) .


Celeste Holm was an American stage film and television actress. Holm won an Academy Award for her performance in Gentleman's Agreement and was Oscar nominated for her roles in Come to the Stable and All About Eve. She originated the role of Ado Annie in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma!.
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Is Celeste Holm still alive?

No, she died on 07/15/2012, 9 years ago. She was 95 years old when she died. Cause of death: myocardial infarction. She died in New York City

What was Celeste's zodiac sign?

Celeste Holm zodiac sign was taurus.

When is Celeste Holm's next birthday?

Celeste Holm was born on the , which was a Sunday


Her first feature film was Gentleman's Agreement (1947, as Anne Dettrey). She was 30 when she starred in this movie. Since 1947, she has appeared in 35 feature films. The last one is Stories of Christmas (2004). .

Celeste Holm movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Her first TV Show was Tony Awards (1956).

Awards (2)

Awarded Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1948 , awarded Order of St. Olav ,


She graduated from University Of Chicago


Celeste Holm had two marriages.

Ralph Nelson

Ralph Nelson, Film actor director producer

She married with Ralph Nelson (71), in 1936. Celeste Holm was 18 and Ralph Nelson was 19 years old. After 3 years, they break up in 1939.

Wesley Addy

Wesley Addy, American actor

Holm married with Wesley Addy (83), in 1961. Celeste Holm was 43 and Wesley Addy was 47 years old. They ended their 35 years marriage in 1996.


She had one child, Ted (84) . When her first child, Ted Nelson, was born, Celeste Holm was 20 years old.

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Courtney Halverson
Courtney Halverson


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