Photo Coverage: Celeste Holm's 90th Birthday Party
Stage, screen and TV legend Celeste Holm celebrated her 90th birthday at Tony's DiNapoli on April 29th.
Attending the star-studded event were luminaries such as Angela Lansbury, Elaine Stritch, Michael Feinstein, Christine Ebersole, Marian Seldes, Carole Shelley, Walter Cronkite and Mario Cuomo. Tony's general manager Bruce Dimpflmaier and radio personality Valerie Smaldone presented Holm with a birthday portrait, created by acclaimed artist Dan May.
Holm is perhaps best known for creating the role of Ado Annie in Broadway's Oklahoma! and for her Oscar-winning film performance in Gentleman's Agreement. She also starred in the Arlen-Harburg musical Bloomer Girl and received an Oscar nomination for her work as Karen Richards in the 1950 film classic All About Eve. Other Broadway credits include The Time of Your Life, Anna Christie, Invitation to a March, Mame, Candida and I Hate Hamlet. Other film appearances include The Snake Pit, High Society and Tom Sawyer. She has appeared in dozens of TV shows and in the 1990s, was a series regular on "Loving" and "Promised Land."
Visit www.tonysnyc.com for more on Tony's DiNapoli.
Party guests, including Mario Cuomo, Valerie Smaldone, Michael Alden, Angela Lansbury, Hazelle Goodman, Christine Ebersole
Walter Cronkite and opera singer Joanna Simon
Nancy Anderson and Celeste Holm
Joyce Randolph and James Edstrom
KT Sullivan and accompanist
Celeste Holm and her Tony's DiNapoli portrait
Celeste Holm and Joan Copeland
Julie Wilson and Senator Roy Goodman
Janet Fanale and Carole Shelley
From This Author Mark Rupp