Tributes pour in from around world as Oscar-nominated Hollywood legend passes away

ICONIC Hollywood producer Lawrence Turman has passed away at the age of 96.

The Oscar-nominated luminary died on Saturday at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, California.

Turman was the creative force behind the romantic-comedy film The Graduate, which premiered in 1967.

The film received a nomination for Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

In 2017, Turman revealed to Little White Lies: “I became famous for a brief moment following The Graduate. “While it’s pleasant to secure a more desirable table at a restaurant, that isn’t what drives me.”

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