PARIS: Deanna Durbin, a singing child movie star of the 1930s who became one of the world’s highest paid actresses before turning her back on stardom, died at the age of 91. Her son Peter said that the actress died “a few days ago”, thanking her admirers for respecting her privacy. No other details were given. The actress was born Edna Mae Durbin in Canada, but moved to California with her British-born parents when she was young. She broke into the movies in 1936, aged 14, when she appeared in “Every Sunday” with Judy Garland.–Reuters