Lauren Bacall, the iconic actress known for her sultry voice and timeless beauty, died Tuesday at the age of 89. Bacall launched into Hollywood stardom at the age of 19 in the 1944 film “To Have and Have Not.”
It was the first of many roles alongside Humphrey Bogart, including “Key Largo” and “Dark Passage.” Bogart wasn’t just her co-star. The two became one of Hollywood’s most iconic couples of all time.
Bacall eventually went on to star in movies with Charles Boyer, Kirk Douglas, Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable. She won two Tonys, one for “Applause” (1970) and the other for “Woman of the Year” (1981).
She was nominated for the Academy Award for best supporting actress as Barbra Streisand’s Mother in the 1996 film “The Mirror Has Two Faces.” Although she lost to Juliette Binoche in “The English Patient,” she was later awarded an honorary Oscar in November 2009.
Bacall acted for more than 50 years, but she is best known for her earlier films.
Check out the posters below from some of her best known films: