Canada Post has revealed a commemorative stamp honouring late appearing legend Christopher Plummer.
The Crown company says the Toronto-born stage and display star performed a number one position in choosing the stamp design earlier than he died at his Weston, Conn., dwelling in February at age 91.
The stamp options illustrations of Plummer in a number of distinguished roles from his 70-year profession.
In the foreground he seems as Prospero in a Stratford Festival manufacturing of The Tempest.
The background consists of depictions of 4 other roles: King Lear in a stage manufacturing of King Lear, Rudyard Kipling within the 1975 journey function The Man Who Would Be King, Capt. Georg von Trapp within the 1965 musical movie The Sound of Music and John Barrymore within the play Barrymore.
Canada Post says it first approached Plummer about making a stamp in 2019 and he was thrilled with the thought. He consulted alongside the best way.
Plummer’s dancer/actress widow, Elaine Taylor Plummer, was amongst these at a Toronto press convention Wednesday as particulars have been revealed.
Stephen Slipp designed the stamp and Spooky Pooka did the illustrations.
Plummer appeared in additional than 200 display tasks and carried out on levels around the globe.
His honours included two Emmys, two Tonys and an Academy Award for his supporting position in Beginners.