Glynis Johns, star of the films ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘A Little Night Music’ has passed away at the age of 100.
Johns representatives announced that she passed of natural causes, saying “today’s a sad day for Hollywood. She is the last of the last of old Hollywood.”
Johns was known for her voice and acting chops, saying that “the whole point of first-class acting is to make a reality of it. To be real. And I have to make sense of it in my own mind in order to be real.”
“I’ve retired many times. My personal life has come before my work. The theater is just part of my life. It probably uses my highest sense of intelligence, so therefore I have to come back to it, to realize that I’ve got the talent. I’m not as good doing anything else.”