It is not known what Christopher Plummer cause of death was. However, it is known that he died peacefully at home in Connecticut.

He was 91 years old and recently finished filming his last scenes for the second season of “The Sound of Music.”

According to reports, he had a great life and many are saddened by his death. He was the most well-known actor from the 1970s to the present and was widely respected.

He was a prolific actor and a multi-faceted artist, who had a long career in theatre, film, television and voice-overs.

He was best known for his role as Leo Tolstoy in the film The Last Station, which earned him his first Academy Award nomination.

He had also starred in Malcolm X, The Exception, The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo, The New World and The Princess Diaries.

His stage career had also helped him win several awards and accolades.

His performances included starring roles in King Lear, The Crucible, Clarence Darrow, and the American Premiere of The Importance of Being Earnest.

After starring in The Sound of Music and Beginners, Christopher Plummer became an Oscar-winning actor.

His resonant voice and imposing theatrical presence made him one of the most respected actors of the century.

In the latter movie, he portrayed Captain Von Trapp, a character from “The Sound of Music.”

His Oscar-winning role in the movie earned him two Emmys and a Tony Award.

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