The tousled lady nibbling a geranium leaf from her husband's lapel is Tammy Grimes, a sly, sequin-eyed comic whose preposterous, worn-out voice entertained the customers at Julius Monk's Downstairs. She played a fille de jois in Marcel Ayme's Clerambard off Broadway and will star in Noel Coward's Look After Lulu. Her Husband, Christopher Plummer, is a supple, somber actor from Montreal whose range of experience, good looks and intelligence have made him one of the stirring presences in the American theatre.
Harper's Bazaar March 1959
Photography: Richard Avedon
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