Source: The Guardian
Hollywood icon and Humphrey Bogart's greatest love, Lauren Bacall, died Tuesday in New York. She was 89.
Best known for her work in "The Big Sleep," "To Have and Have Not" and "The Mirror Has Two Faces" with spouse Bogart, Bacall's beauty and talent was unmatched.
But Bacall was even more than that. As William Faulkner noted in his Nobel Prize acceptance speech, Bacall was "not one who was satisfied with being just a pretty face, 'but rather who decided to prevail,'" as reported by ABC.
What truth there is in that.
We miss her already.