It’s been 56 years since The Sound of Music first hit movie screens, which means the kids in the film aren’t exactly kids anymore.
While some of them went on to do other things in showbiz, the majority of them disappeared like the Von Trapp family when they walked over the Alps singing Climb Every Mountain.
Obviously Julie Andrews went on to become an absolute QUEEN, but what about the Von Trapp children? Are they still wearing lederhosen and yodeling? (For the love of all things good in this world, please say yes.)
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Sadly, a few of the cast members have passed away over the years, including Christopher Plummer, who died at the age of 91 in February 2021.
Andrews was one of many stars to pay tribute to the late actor who played Captain Von Trapp in the film.
"The world has lost a consummate actor today, and I have lost a cherished friend," Andrews said in a statement to Us Weekly.
"I treasure the memories of our work together and all the humour and fun we shared through the years. My heart and condolences go out to his lovely wife Elaine, and his daughter Amanda."
Five decades on from the film's release, here's where the kids from The Sound of Music are now.
Charmian Carr (Liesl Von Trapp)
Sadly, Charmian passed away in September 2016 from dementia. She was 73. Charmian was studying at university when she landed the role of 16-year-old Liesl. She’d never acted before, and won the part after a friend sent her photo to the film’s director, Robert Wise. Afterwards, she had a couple of big roles on TV, but left show business when she got married in 1967. After raising a family, Charmian started an interior design company and wrote two books about her experience making The Sound of Music.