Actress Lauren Bacall has died, according to the estate of her former husband Humphrey Bogart, which confirmed the news on social media. Co-manager of the Estate Robbert de Klerk told NBC News that Bacall died of a stroke early Tuesday. Bacall's son Stephen Bogart confirmed her death to de Klerk, the Associated Press reports. She was 89 years old.
She made her name in the 1944 film "To Have and Have Not" with the classic line, "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow."
"[Acting] gives me a reason to get up in the morning, not to be overlooked," Bacall told the Florida Sun-Sentinel in 2001. "I never understood retirement."
The actress starred in other classic 1940s films including "The Big Sleep," "Key Largo" and "Dark Passage." She continued to act throughout her life, even appearing as herself on "The Sopranos."
On her reputation for being difficult, Bacall wrote in her memoir "By Myself":
"I believe in the truth, and I believe in saying what you think. Why not? Do you have to go around whispering all the time or playing a game with people? I just don’t believe in that. So I’m not the most adored person on the face of the earth."
Bacall was married to Bogart until his death in 1957. She later married and divorced actor Jason Robards.
"The only thing that I am not pleased about is when people only talk about 'Bogie' to me as though I had no other life at all," she told NPR in a 2005 interview. "When I had, unfortunately, many, many more years without him than I did with him."
She'd previously been nominated for her work in "The Mirror Has Two Faces" with Barbra Streisand.
She won two Tony Awards for Best Actress. She also received an honorary Golden Globe award.
Bacall also appeared at the 1987 Academy Awards for a segment on fashion:
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This story has been updated.