Oscar-winning actress Joan Fontaine has died in California at the age of 96.
Most known for her roles in several psychological thrillers produced by Alfred Hitchcock, Joan died in her sleep on Sunday in her home in Carmel. The actress first hit stardom in 1942 for her memorable performance in Alfred Hitchcock’s Suspicion, which won her the Oscar for best actress.
Joan earned her third best actress Oscar nomination for her role in The Constant Nymph (1943) and she was also remembered for her in Jane Eyre (1994). The legendary actress was said to have died of natural causes.
Here’s a list of movies that Joan is most known for:
3. The Constant Nymph
4. Jane Eyre