The actor, who performed Sixteen Becoming on Seventeen in the 1965 film, said beings should consider singing the musicals anthems like going to a therapist
Charmian Carr, who played Liesl von Trapp in The Phone of Music, has died at persons below the age of 73.
The actors spokesman said she died on Saturday in Los Angeles, of complications from a rare form of dementia.
Carr was good known for her persona in the Rodgers and Hammersteins 1965 movie, in which she performed the song Sixteen Starting On Seventeen. She was a college student when she auditioned for the film, which too starred Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.
The actor fully hugged gatherings reverence for the musical, often appearing at fan episodes celebrating the film, including sing-a-long executions at the Hollywood Bowl.
I tell people that they should consider sing-a-long Sound Of Music like going to a therapist, she told Associated Press before a 2005 appearance. Its only a kind of care. They can move around. They can dance and talk back to the screen. They can hop-skip their appointment with the wither that week.
Carr afterwards wrote a duet of books about her events, Forever Liesl and Letters To Liesl. She went on to star with Anthony Perkins in Evening Primrose, the Stephen Sondheim television musical.
Kym Karath, who played Gretl, the youngest of the Von Trapp children, wrote on Twitter: It is with infinite sadness that I share the lamentable information that the precious& elegant Charmian Carr, beautiful Liesl, has passed away.
Ted Chapin, president of the Rodgers and Hammerstein organisation, was indicated in the following statement: Its ever pathetic when a member of the family extends away and in the case of the children of the movie The Reverberate of Music, its specially lamentable when it is the first of the group to go.
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