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Woody Allen
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Julie Harris
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Colleen Dewhurst

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Colleen Dewhurst

Canadian-American actress known most for theatre roles, and for a while as [GUI]the Queen of Off-Broadway add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1924.

Countries: United States (78%), United Kingdom (11%), Sweden (6%)

Main connections: Jessica Tandy, John Wayne, Golda Meir

Linked to: Actors' Equity Association, The Music School, Shorewood High School, Whitefish Bay High School

 

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Colleen Dewhurst was born in 1924 add something


1928

The Dewhursts moved to Massachusetts in 1928 or 1929, staying in Boston , Dorchester, Auburndale, and West Newton add something


1942

She graduated from Riverside High School in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin in 1942, and it was around this time that her parents separated add something


1947

Dewhurst was married to James Vickery from 1947 to 1960 add something


1957

Laurence Harvey - Harvey appeared twice more on Broadway, in 1957 with Julie Harris, Pamela Brown and Colleen Dewhurst in William Wycherley's "The Country Wife", and as Shakespeare's Henry V in 1959, as part of the Old Vic company, which featured a young Judi Dench as Katherine, the Daughter of the King of France


1958

Dewhurst and Scott met while working together in 1958, in "Children of Darkness", while they were both married to other people add something


 

She won a Tony award for Best Featured Actress in 1961 for "All The Way Home" add something


1967

She appeared with Ingrid Bergman in a production of O'Neill's "More Stately Mansions" on Broadway in 1967 add something

 

Kathleen Cody (actor) - In 1967, the show was nominated for, and won three Emmy *awards for Best Actor George C. Scott, Best Actress Colleen Dewhurst, and Best Director Alex Segal


1971

Frances Sternhagen - She had appeared in the original Broadway production of Edward Albee's "All Over" in 1971, with Colleen Dewhurst and Jessica Tandy


1972

In 1972 she played a madam, Mrs. Kate Collingwood, in "The Cowboys" , which starred John Wayne add something


1974

Her most significant achievement was the 1974 Broadway revival of O'Neill's "A Moon for the Misbegotten" as the farm girl Josie Hogan opposite Jason Robards's Jamie add something

 

Over the course of her 45-year career, Dewhurst won the 1974 Sarah Siddons award for her work in Chicago theatre, two Tony awards, two Obie awards and two Gemini awards add something


1977

In 1977, Woody Allen cast her in his film "Annie Hall" as Annie's mother add something


1981

She was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame in 1981 add something


1985

Dewhurst was president of the Actors' Equity Association from 1985 until her death from cervical cancer in 1991 add something


1986

Golda Meir - Supporting actress Colleen Dewhurst portrayed her in the 1986 TV-movie "Sword of Gideon"


 

During 1989 and 1990, she appeared in a supporting role on the television series "Murphy Brown" playing the feisty mother of Candice Bergen's title character; this role earned her two Emmy awards add something

 

In 1989, she won the Genie award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in "Hitting Home" add something


Colleen Dewhurst died in 1991 add something