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Yale University
(Education)
Frank Sinatra
(Music)
The New York Times
(Journalism)
Bob Dylan
(Music)
Paul Rudnick
(Literature)
Barbara Streisand
(Movies & TV)
Barbra Streisand
(Movies & TV)
 

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Stephen Holden

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Stephen Holden

American writer, music critic, film critic, and poet add

Category: Literature

Born in 1941.

Countries: United States (83%), Canada (8%), RCA (8%)

Main connections: Yale University, Frank Sinatra, The New York Times

Linked to: NPR, Category:Yale University alumni, The New York Times Company

 

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Stephen Holden was born in 1941 add something


1963

Holden earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Yale University in 1963 add something


1970

He first achieved prominence with his 1970s "Rolling Stone" work, where he tended to cover singer songwriter and traditional pop artists add something


1980

Holden's experiences as a journalist and executive with RCA led him to write the satirical novel "Triple Platinum", which was published by Dell Books in 1980 add something


1981

He joined the staff of the "New York Times" in 1981, and subsequently became one of the newspaper's leading theatre and film critics add something

 

Bob Dylan - By 1981, Stephen Holden wrote in the "New York Times" that "neither age nor his much-publicized conversion to born-again Christianity has altered his essentially iconoclastic temperament


1990

Paul Rudnick - Frank Rich, in "The New York Times", called Rudnick, a born show-biz wit with perfect pitch for priceless one-liners and Stephen Holden, in the "Times", said that "Jeffrey" was, Just the sort of play Oscar Wilde might have written had he lived in 1990s Manhattan


1993

Barbara Streisand - In 1993, New York Times music critic Stephen Holden wrote that Streisand "enjoys a cultural status that only one other American entertainer, Frank Sinatra, has achieved in the last half century.

 

Barbra Streisand - In 1993, "New York Times" music critic Stephen Holden wrote that Streisand "enjoys a cultural status that only one other American entertainer, Frank Sinatra, has achieved in the last half century


2002

Bernadette Peters - In a review of her 2002 Radio City Music Hall concert, Stephen Holden of "The New York Times" described Peters as "the peaches-and-cream embodiment of an ageless storybook princess


2004

K.d. lang - In 2004, Stephen Holden of "The New York Times" wrote: "Few singers command such perfection of pitch


2011

Horrible Bosses 2 - Stephen Holden of "The New York Times" said that the film is "one of the sloppiest and most unnecessary Hollywood sequels ever made, isn't dirtier or more offensive than its 2011 forerunner


2012

Argo (2012 film) - Naming "Argo" one of the best 11 films of 2012, critic Stephen Holden of "The New York Times" wrote: "Ben Affleck's seamless direction catapults him to the forefront of Hollywood filmmakers turning out thoughtful entertainment