Mother: Moyna (McGill; also seen as MacGill) Lansbury, actress
Marriages: Peter Shaw (August 12, 1949-January 29, 2003, his death); Richard Cromwell (September 1945-August 1946, divorced)
Children: with Peter Shaw: Deirdre Angela, Anthony Peter, David (stepson)
Nominated for seven Tony Awards
and won five.
Nominated for 18 Emmy Awards
with no wins; 12 of them were for her role of Jessica Fletcher, murder-solving novelist, on "Murder, She Wrote."
Nominated for three Academy Awards
with no wins.
Holds the record for youngest actress with two Academy Award nominations (by age 20).
1940 - Moves from England to the United States.
1943 - Is given a seven-year contract with MGM.
1951 - Becomes a US citizen.
1966 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Mame."
1969 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Dear World."
1975 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Gypsy."
1979 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Musical) for "Sweeney Todd."
1984-1996 - Plays mystery writer Jessica Fletcher, in "Murder, She Wrote" on CBS.
November 1988 - Releases a fitness video, "Angela Lansbury's Positive Moves: A Personal Plan for Fitness and Well-Being at Any Age."
1991 - Sings the Oscar-winning song, "Beauty and the Beast."
September 1993 - Hosts the Emmy Awards.
Wins a Screen Actors Guild
Lifetime Achievement Award.
2000 - Receives Kennedy Center Honors.
2009 - Tony Award winner for Best Actress (Featured Role - Play) for "Blithe Spirit."
November 16, 2013 -
Lansbury is presented the Governor's Award
by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion PIcture Arts and Sciences.
December 30, 2013 -
The New Year Honours 2014 list is published, naming Lansbury an honorary dame of the British Empire for her work in drama, charitable work and philanthropy.