Angela Lansbury was born in London, England on October 16, 1925, to a prominent family of actors and politicians.

She made her first film appearance in the 1944 movie "Gaslight" alongside Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer.

Lansbury is a five-time Tony Award winner for her work on Broadway, including her iconic role as Mame Dennis in "Mame" in 1966.

Lansbury is a staunch supporter of various charitable organizations and has served as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF since 1996. 

She was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1994 and was later promoted to Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 2014.

Lansbury's father, Edgar Lansbury, was a prominent politician and a member of the British House of Commons.

She has been married to her husband Peter Shaw since 1949, and they had two children together.

In addition to acting, Lansbury is also an accomplished singer, and has released several albums throughout her career. 

She is a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, one of the most prestigious awards in the performing arts.

Lansbury has received 18 Emmy Award nominations throughout her career, but has only won four.

She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, located at 6623 Hollywood Boulevard.

Lansbury's net worth is estimated to be around $70 million, primarily from her successful career in film, television, and theatre.

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