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Celebrities pay tribute to Christopher Plummer

Canadian actor Christopher Plummer, star of the 1965 movie The Sound of Music as well as hundreds of other films and plays, died at the age of 91.

Following are reactions from fellow actors and others in statements and on social media.

Julie Andrews

"The world has lost a consummate actor today and I have lost a cherished friend. I treasure the memories of our work together and all the humor and fun we shared through the years."

Chris Evans

This is truly heartbreaking. What an unbelievable loss. Few careers have such longevity and impact. One of my favorite memories from Knives Out was playing piano together in the Thrombey house between set ups. He was a lovely man and a legendary talent.

Ridley Scott

"What a guy. What a talent. What a life. And I was fortunate enough to work with him less than 2 years ago and had a wonderful experience."

George Takei

"The Sound of Music is a sad one today as Christopher Plummer has left us today. He was giant of stage and screen, winner of an Academy Award for Beginners."

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

"Christopher Plummer beguiled audiences across generations in memorable roles from Captain von Trapp in The Sound of Music to Harlan Thrombey in Knives Out. He worked steadily for 60+ years, winning a Best Supporting Actor Oscar in 2012 for Beginners. He will be missed."

'The Sound of Music'

"We're saddened to hear of Christopher Plummer’s passing. His legacy as our Captain will live on in THE SOUND OF MUSIC forever. Our thoughts are with his loved ones during this time."

British Academy of Film and Television Arts

"We’re sorry to hear of the death of Christopher Plummer. Making amazing work since the ‘50s, he was BAFTA nominated for All the Money in the World and won in 2012 for Beginners."

Rian Johnson

"RIP to Christopher Plummer, a living legend who loved his craft, and was an absolute gentleman. So lucky to have shared a set with him."

Helen Mirren

"He was fearless, energetic, courageous, knowledgeable, professional and a monument to what an actor can be. A Great Actor in the truest sense."

Ana De Armas

"My heart is broken, my dear Chris. I feel your loss deep inside. How lucky was I having you next to me in what’s been one the best experiences of my career."

Don Johnson

"My Dear ol drinkin and runnin buddy…see ya on the other side."

Maren Morris

"Sad day losing Christopher Plummer. The Sound of Music had such an impact on me. YEARS ago I recorded a little version of “Edelweiss” with some friends one night because it remains one of my favorite songs in this world." – Rappler.com