This little lady was one of the biggest talents in Hollywood. She was making movies in then early 1940s but she really hit her film stride as an actress in the 1960s and 70s. Ruth Gordon, a Broadway veteran, won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Roman Polanski's creepy 1968 occult thriller, Rosemary's Baby starring Mia Farrow.
His co-star onstage in Othello is his ex-wife. She still loves him.
He also drifts into a relationship with a sexy blonde waitress (played by Shelley Winters.)
Here's a pic of A Double Life director George Cukor (far left) Ruth Gordon, Garson Kanin and the film's star, Ronald Colman.
1947's A Double Life. I'd like to see that one updated and remade starring Idris Elba.