Shelley Duvall, the actress best known for starring in Robert Altman’s “Nashville” and “3 Women,” and in Stanley Kubrick’s horror opus “The Shining,” has died, her partner Dan Gilroy told ABC News. She was 75.

Her life partner of 34 years, Gilroy said, “Shelly loved animals, especially birds, now she’s free to fly.” He went on to say, “She’s been suffering for many months, as much as I miss her, my life partner for thirty-four years, I’m glad she’s not suffering anymore.”

Duvall won the Cannes best actress award for her role in “3 Women” and later won a Peabody for hosting the children’s anthology series “Faerie Tale Theatre.”

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