The actor of “Three Musketeers” died at the age of 82 According to centercinemapress, quoted by Variety, Rockwell Welch , the old American actress, died yesterday Wednesday at the age of 82 after a short illness He entered the cinema in 1966 with the sci-fi films “Dream Journey” and “One Million Years Before Christ”, and in 1973 he won
The actor of “Three Musketeers” died at the age of 82
He entered the cinema in 1966 with the sci-fi films “Dream Journey” and “One Million Years Before Christ”, and in 1973 he won the Golden Globe Award for his role in “The Three Musketeers” by Richard Lester .
Welch was one of the first female actors who was able to play the main role of a revenge western film in 1971; A role that many years later inspired Quentin Tarantino in 2003 for Kill Bill
She appeared in the role of a policewoman in 1872 and appeared in front of the camera in 1973 in the mystery film “Sheila’s Last” directed by Herbert Ross with a screenplay by Stephen Sondheim and Anthony Perkins
The actress appeared in several television movies in the ۱۹۸۰s , some of which were critically acclaimed , including “The Right to Die,” in which Welch played a successful woman with ALS who finds it impossible to endure life. . He won a Golden Globe nomination for this role
Welch appeared on Broadway twice, once in the early ۱۹۸۰s replacing Lauren Bacall in the hit musical “Woman of the Year” and once replacing Julie Andrews in “Victoria/Victoria” in 1997
In recent years, Welch’s performance in the PBS series in 2002 can be mentioned