Today marked the passing of a legendary actress who had a 40-year career.

Anne Whitfield, the star of White Christmas, passed away. She was eighty-five years old.

She passed away in a “unexpected accident” while taking a stroll close to her Washington, D.C., home, according to her bereaved family.

Whitfield portrayed Susan Waverly in the 1954 classic White Christmas holiday film.

In Yakima, Washington, at Valley Memorial Hospital, she passed away. She was there with her family.

“Anne Langham Whitfield Phillips led a beautiful life, using every moment to uplift the world and those around her,” according to her relatives.

“Family had the opportunity to say goodbye and convey love and gratitude thanks to the generosity of neighbors who offered professional medical support—a gift we will always treasure.”

“Annie was able to watch White Christmas with her family during the holidays in December, which was the movie’s 70th anniversary,” according to Whitfield’s death note.

“Annie was a terrific actor, but Los Angeles didn’t have enough trees for her,” the statement continued. “So in the 1970s, she departed Hollywood for a new life “up north.”

“During this transition, Annie developed a strong commitment to causes that uphold environmental protection and peace.”

After she “retired,” Annie put in a lot of effort as an activist and community organizer, and she continued to do so until her passing.

“The most significant aspects of Annie’s life were her three children and her seven grandchildren.”

“Her family always came first and she was adored by them.”

She will be missed by her three children and seven grandchildren.

The icon of radio, television, and film was born in Oxford, Mississippi, on August 27, 1938.

When Whitfield was younger, he began performing in radio plays. He continued acting and producing radio shows while attending UCLA.

When Whitfield was four years old, her mother took her to Hollywood to help launch her show business career.

Her father had been deployed overseas to take charge of the Army Band during that time.

Whitfield started his career in theater in 1949 and has played the lead in numerous shows, including Annie Get Your Gun.

She began receiving tiny roles in TV series the following year, including Hollywood Opening Night, One Man’s Family, and Racket Squad. She also received numerous tiny film roles.

Whitfield played the lead in the 1954 musical comedy White Christmas when she was just fifteen years old. She was mainly known for this role.

She played Susan Waverly, the granddaughter of Major General Thomas Waverly (Dean Jagger), the proprietor of the Columbia Inn hotel, which is also starred by Danny Kaye as Phil Davis and Bing Crosby as Bob Wallace.

In the 1980s and 90s, Whitfield continued to appear in supporting roles. In Robert Altman’s 1999 comedy Cookies’ Fortune, she played her final film role.

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