Colleen dewhurst

Explore the remarkable career and legacy of Colleen Dewhurst, a true icon of the stage and screen. Discover the unforgettable performances and timeless characters brought to life by this talented actress.
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Colleen Dewhurst, (born June 3, 1924, Montreal, Que., Can.—died Aug. 22, 1991, South Salem, N.Y., U.S.), American actress who was the leading Broadway interpreter of the plays of Eugene O’Neill in the second half of the 20th century. The daughter of a professional hockey player, Dewhurst eventually moved to New York City, where she studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and privately under Joseph Anthony and Harold Clurman. She made her Broadway debut in a minor role in…

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Colleen Dewhurst - Canadian-American actress (1926-1991)   Known most for theatre roles, and for a while as "the Queen of Off-Broadway."   Was warm hearted compassionate woman noted for opening line "hi love" She always made sure the word love was in her acting lines.  I loved her smile and her sultry voice. Queen, People, Films, Colleen Dewhurst, The Virginian, Canadian Actresses, Broadway, Actors, Alfred Hitchcock

Actress. During her 45-year career, she is remembered mostly for her theater roles and was once regarded as The Queen of Off-Broadway. Born Colleen Rose Dewhurst in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to Ferdinand Augustus Fred Dewhurst and Frances Marie Woods Dewhurst, she was an only child whose father Fred owned a chain of...

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