Estelle Margaret Parsons
Birthday: 20/11/1927 Year
Age: 87 years
Place of birth: Lynn, Massachusetts, United States
Nationality: United States
In 1949 she graduated from Connecticut College and began to study law at Boston University. After graduating from university, she did not work in their specialty; Estelle instead chose to go to the singer with a view to further his acting career.
Estelle Margaret Parsons (Estelle Margaret Parsons, 20.11.1927) – American actress of film, theater and television; in combination – theater director. Winner of the “Oscar” of 1967 in the category “Best Supporting Actress” for her role as Blanche Barrow in “Bonnie and Clyde” (“Bonnie and Clyde”); in 1968 she was again nominated for the award for his role in “Rachel, Rachel” (“Rachel, Rachel”).
Parsons was born in Lynn, Massachusetts. In 1949 she graduated from Connecticut College and began to study law at Boston University. After graduating from university, she did not work in their specialty; Estelle instead chose to go to the singer with a view to further his acting career.
She made her debut on the stage of Parsons in 1961 ohms; during the sixties her stage career was slowly up the hill – she had to fulfill several roles in Broadway productions. Feeling more or less held a theater actress, Estelle decided to do cinema.
In the seventies Parsons worked extensively in film and theater. Moreover, during this time she did she put several Broadway productions. Of its television projects should be noted a number of prizes awarded comedy series “Roseanne” (“Roseanne”). Estelle four times nominated for “Tony,” and in 2004 he joined the American Theatre Hall of Fame.
Parsons active career began after her move to New York. She worked as a writer and commentator; in 1961 to the first time she played in off-Broadway productions, and in 1963 it had already won the Theatre World for her role in “Mrs. Dally has a lover” (“Whisper into My Good Ear / Mrs. Dally Has a Lover”).
For the award “Tony” and Estelle nominated for her work in “The Seven Descents of Myrtle” 1968, “And Miss Reardon Drinks a little” (“And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little”) In 1971, “The way Miss Margarida” in 1978, and “Morning’s at Seven” in 2002..
Among her directorial works should be noted such Broadway productions as “Romeo and Juliet,” “Macbeth” and “As You Like It” in 1986 and the off-Broadway play, Dario Fo “Orgasmo Adulto Escapes from the Zoo”. Estelle also worked for five years, the artistic director of the Actors Studio in Manhattan until 2003rd.
In 1980th Parsons auditioned for the role of Pamela Voorhees in the cult horror film “Friday the 13th” (“Friday 13th”); subsequently the role went to Betsy Palmer.
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