The actress Luise Rainer has died of pneumonia in London, 104 years old, writes The Guardian.
Rainer, which was discovered in Germany in the 30s century, is one of five actors who have won an Oscar two years in a row. Both the 1936 and 1937 she received the award for Best Actress for her roles in “The Great Ziegfeld” and “The Good Earth”. Then sank her career and she left Hollywood for good after having been at odds with his film company in the 40′s. Since then she has appeared in a few minor roles, most recently in “The Gambler” in 1998. According to a comment from her daughter, she could “charm the birds out of the trees.”