Hollywood Legend Glynis Johns Dead at 100

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Hollywood legend, Glynis Johns. Best known for her iconic role as Mrs. Winifred Banks in the beloved film Mary Poppins, Glynis Johns captivated audiences with her memorable performances. She was 100 years old at the time of her death.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Glynis Johns passed away while residing in an assisted living facility. Her manager confirmed that she died of natural causes. In her lifetime, Johns showcased her incredible talents as an actress, pianist, dancer, and singer. Her exceptional abilities earned her an Oscar nomination in 1960 for her role in The Sundowners.

Additionally, Glynis Johns was a Tony Award winner for her portrayal of Desiree Armfeldt in the original 1973 Stephen Sondheim production of A Little Night Music. Her contributions to the entertainment industry will forever be cherished.

Beyond her accomplishments on the stage and screen, Glynis Johns had a fulfilling personal life. She was married four times and had one son, the late actor Gareth Forwood. While she may not have any surviving family members, her legacy lives on through her remarkable body of work.

May Glynis Johns rest in peace. Her talent, grace, and inspiring performances will continue to touch the hearts of many for generations to come.