Silver screen and theater legend Lauren Bacall died at the age of 89 on Tuesday.

A rep for the Humphrey Bogart estate posted a statement on Facebook which read, "With deep sorrow for the magnitude of our loss, yet with great gratitude for her amazing life, we confirm the passing of Lauren Bacall."

Bacall, who was born Betty Joan Perske, rose to fame in the 1940s after being featured on the cover of Harper's Bazaar, and her first major movie role was in To Have and Have Not famed leading man Humphrey Bogart, whom she later married. The couple had two children together, Stephen and Leslie, and starred in several other movies together, including The Big Sleep and Key Largo.

Bogart died in 1957, and in 1961 Bacall married actor Jason Robards, with whom she had one son.

In 1970, she won a Best Actress Tony Award for her portrayal of Margo Channing in the Broadway musical Applause, and in 1997 Bacall was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her work in The Mirror Has Two Faces. Bacall went on to win an honorary award from the Academy in 2010.