Charmian Carr Has Died

Charmian Carr Has Died |

Video ansehen · According to a family statement Carr died on Saturday from complications from a rare form of dementia. In a note on her official website, a man identified as Steve Hughes announced that Carr had died. “My name is Steve Hughes, and my Company has been managing Charmian Carr’s website for many, many years,” he wrote.

Charmian Carr dead age 73 | Daily Mail Online


The Sound of Music’s Charmian Carr has died. The 73-year-old actress was best known for playing Liesl alongside Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer in the iconic movie.

‘Sound of Music’ actress Charmian Carr dies at 73 | Fox News


Sep 19, 2016 · LOS ANGELES – Charmian Carr, the actress best known for sweetly portraying the eldest von Trapp daughter in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music,” has died. She was 73. Carr died Saturday of complications from a rare form of dementia in Los Angeles, Carr’s spokesman, Harlan Boll, said.

Charmian Carr – Liesl von Trapp in The Sound of Music

Charmian Carr, who played Liesl von Trapp in The Sound of Music, has died at the age of 73. The actor’s spokesman said she died on Saturday in Los Angeles, of complications from a rare form of dementia.

‘The Sound of Music’ Charmian Carr Dead at 73 |

Charmian Carr– who played Liesl Von Trapp in ‘The Sound of Music’– has died after complications from dementia. According to her rep, the eldest Von Trapp sister died Saturday after battling a rare form of the disease. After ‘The Sound of Music,’ Carr left showbiz to become an interior designer and took on famous clients, like Michael Jackson.

Charmian Carr Dead: Liesl From ‘The Sound of Music’ Was 73

Charmian Carr, known for her role as Liesl Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, has died. She was 73. She was 73. Carr’s family announced she died Saturday in Woodland Hills of complications from a …

Charmian Carr obituary | Film | The Guardian

The actor Charmian Carr, who has died from complications relating to dementia aged 73, was a supporting player who appeared in only one feature film. But that film was the perennially popular, five-Oscar-winning The Sound of Music (1965), which has attracted obsessive devotion from legions of fans.