LOS ANGELES (PC): Juanita Moore, an Oscar nominee for her role in the 1959 big-screen melodrama Imitation of Life, died at her Los Angeles home on Wednesday, reports Variety. She was 99. Moore, who made more than 30 films, was the fifth African-American to receive an Academy Award nomination - a Best Supporting Actress nod for playing Annie Johnson, a housekeeper to Lana Turner whose light-skinned daughter Susan Kohner passes for white. “Annie was a good role for me,” Moore said in a 2005 interview.