Carrie Nye
American actor
Carrie Nye
Carrie Nye was an American actress.
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Westfield Wins 10 Cappie Awards - Virginia Connection Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
Westfield's musical featured a seemingly unending variety and style of colorful costumes, and that's because costume designers Carrie Nye and Katelyn Reimer developed a prototype of each one and then practically had an assembly line working feverishly
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Westfield Presents Cappies Medallions to Thespians - Centre View
Google News - over 5 years
Tech nominees are (from left) Sound, Kieran Claffey; Lighting, Andy Roca and Elisabeth Bloxam, and Costumes, Katelyn Reimer and Carrie Nye. From left: Nominees for Featured Actress and Actor, Madeleine Bloxam and Daniel Braunstein, and Creativity,
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Dick and Lance* - Vanity Fair
Google News - almost 6 years
It'll be a long one, and it'll start with his wife, the actress Carrie Nye, who died of lung cancer five years ago, less than a year before Cavett began writing these pieces for the Times. It isn't surprising that so many of his subjects are dead
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Schools Garner 28 Cappie Nods - Virginia Connection Newspapers
Google News - almost 6 years
The "Megamix" number at the end of the show was nominated for best song, Joseph's brothers received a nomination for ensemble in a musical, Sunny Vinsavich got a creativity nod for musicianship, Carrie Nye and Katelyn Reimer were honored for costumes,
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Westfield Offers Musical-Theater Extravaganza - Centre View
Google News - almost 6 years
And Pike said costume designers Carrie Nye and Katelyn Reimer have "truly outdone themselves to create magnificent and breathtaking costumes. They developed a prototype of each one and almost created an assembly line of workers to produce 377 costume
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SPOTLIGHT | HUNTINGTON; This Time, Cavett Answers the Questions
NYTimes - over 6 years
''HOW did that happen?'' Dick Cavett asked, sounding amused, and a bit surprised, as he contemplated the date of his upcoming appearance on Friday at the Cinema Arts Center in Huntington, N.Y. That will be the former television talk show host's 74th birthday. ''It's not the usual way to celebrate,'' Mr. Cavett said recently by phone from his home
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Norman Crider, 70, Merchant Of Ballet Memorabilia
NYTimes - over 7 years
Norman Crider, a former baton-twirling champion whose internationally known Ballet Shop near Lincoln Center became a mecca for both superstars and dance fans seeking out rare ballet books, prints, videotapes and posters for more than 20 years, died on Aug. 19 in Indianapolis, where he lived. He was 70. The cause was cancer, said Tobias Leibovitz,
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IN THE REGION | LONG ISLAND; Preservation Deal for Cavett's Land
NYTimes - over 8 years
HIGH atop the bluffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a 77-acre tract of pristine real estate in the Montauk moorlands is poised to become public parkland. The land is owned by Dick Cavett, the former talk show host, who agreed earlier this month to sell it for $18 million to a government consortium whose members are Suffolk County; the New York
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Carrie Nye, 69, Williamstown Festival Actress
NYTimes - over 10 years
Carrie Nye, a stage, film and television actress and a fixture at the Williamstown Theater Festival, died Friday at her home in Manhattan. She was 69. The cause was lung cancer, said her husband, the television host Dick Cavett. Ms. Nye, known for her dry wit and Mississippi drawl that inevitably attracted comparisons with Tallulah Bankhead, made
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Deal for Family Farm Is Threatened by Rezoning
NYTimes - over 11 years
NO one disputes that the owners of one of East Hampton's few remaining farms, Tom and Lianne Miller, reached a handshake deal with the town on May 4 to turn over development rights to most of their farm for $1.8 million. Neither is there any doubt that, two days later, the town board voted to change the zoning on their land. But there is a great
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An R&B Legend Battles Back to the Stage
NYTimes - over 12 years
Around 10 p.m. last Wednesday, a long line was snaking down the hallway at the back of Le Jazz au Bar, a nightclub on 58th Street in Manhattan. It led to a tiny dressing room, where Ruth Brown, the rhythm and blues legend, was receiving fans after the first concert of her first extended stay at a New York club in five years; the show runs through
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STYLE; To the Point
NYTimes - over 14 years
'Montauk Point!'' Walt Whitman exclaimed in an 1861 article in The Brooklyn Standard. ''How few Americans there are who have not heard of thee -- although there are equally few who have seen thee with their bodily eyes.'' Stuck on Main Street in August in a traffic jam, witnessing crowds of people spilling out of Mr. John's Pancake House, anyone
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DESIGN NOTEBOOK; Scene 1: On a Joist, Brooding
NYTimes - over 15 years
THE house in Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., gazes loftily out over the Pacific Ocean. The house on Montauk Point looks across native grasses onto the Atlantic. Separated by 3,000 miles, the houses form the centers of two movies opening this month. And like the recent book ''Renovations: A Father and Son Rebuild a House and Rediscover Each Other,''
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On the East End, Renovations by Schnabel
NYTimes - over 18 years
I LIKE to be in Montauk,'' proclaimed the artist Julian Schnabel. ''I like to paint near the ocean. I like to live near the ocean. I like to be in the water so much, whenever there're waves, I'm surfing.'' So when Guild Hall in East Hampton invited him to mount a one-man show, on view through Sept. 27, he thought about the work he had done in the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Carrie Nye
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2006
    Age 69
    Nye died of lung cancer on July 14, 2006 at her Manhattan home.
    More Details Hide Details She is interred in the Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery in Middle Village, Queens, New York.
  • 1997
    Age 60
    Nye and Cavett bought Tick Hall, a house in Montauk, New York designed by Stanford White. The house burned down in 1997, but with the assistance of architects and preservationists, she and Cavett built an exact replica of the house.
    More Details Hide Details Their accomplishment became the subject of a documentary film From The Ashes: The Life and Times of Tick Hall (2003).
  • FORTIES
  • 1982
    Age 45
    Nye played Sylvia Grantham in the classic 1982 horror film Creepshow.
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  • 1980
    Age 43
    She was nominated in 1980 for an Emmy Award for her portrayal of the actress Tallulah Bankhead - an actress to whom Nye was often compared - in Moviola: The Scarlett O'Hara War.
    More Details Hide Details That same year she returned to Broadway to perform the role of Lorraine Sheldon in a revival of The Man Who Came to Dinner. She was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for her performance. In 1984, Nye was cast on the daytime soap opera Guiding Light as the real estate agent Susan Piper. Her character had a memorable death scene where she fell into quicksand. When Nye's friend Ellen Weston became head writer of Guiding Light in 2003, she created another character for Nye. Despite acclaim for Nye's performance, the storyline was unpopular, and Nye's character was written off shortly after.
  • 1978
    Age 41
    In 1978, Nye was a semi-regular panelist on the PBS quiz show We Interrupt This Week.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1965
    Age 28
    She was nominated for a Tony Award in 1965 for her portrayal of Helen Walsingham in Half a Sixpence.
    More Details Hide Details She appeared in two more productions on Broadway during the 1960s, A Very Rich Woman (1965) and Cop-Out (1969). Nye made her feature film debut in The Group (1966), the film adaptation of Mary McCarthy's bestselling novel about a group of Vassar College students. The film also starred Joan Hackett, Joanna Pettet, Candice Bergen, Kathleen Widdoes, and Shirley Knight. Nye was featured in a number of television movies during the 1970s, including Screaming Skull and The Users. She acted in the television movie Divorce His - Divorce Hers (1973), which starred Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Nye wrote a humorous essay that year published in Time about the experience.
  • 1964
    Age 27
    Nye was married to Dick Cavett, whom she met at Yale, from June 4, 1964 until her death.
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  • 1960
    Age 23
    She made her debut on Broadway in 1960 with a role in the play A Second String.
    More Details Hide Details The following year she portrayed Tiffany Richards in the original cast of Mary, Mary.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1955
    Age 18
    The majority of Nye's roles were on the stage. She joined the Williamstown Theater Festival in 1955 and portrayed a number of roles at the festival through the 1960s and 1970s.
    More Details Hide Details Among her credits were the leads in The Skin of Our Teeth and A Streetcar Named Desire. She was part of a cast from the American Shakespeare Festival that performed Troilus and Cressida at the White House during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1936
    Born
    Born on October 14, 1936.
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