Elizabeth Hubbard
American actor
Elizabeth Hubbard
Biography
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Birthday
22 December 1933
home town
U.S.
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Relationships
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David Bennett
Married
1970 - 1972
Warren Beatty
Fling
1958
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Chicago-area math teacher, park benefactor
Chicago Times - over 4 years
Bensenville park named in honor of North Side native after land donation Lucille Elizabeth Hubbard, a Chicago-area math teacher for more than three decades, was a talented artist and photographer who got her pilot's license before she was even old enough to drive.
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Chicago-area math teacher, park benefactor
Chicago Times - over 4 years
Bensenville park named in honor of North Side native after land donation Lucille Elizabeth Hubbard, a Chicago-area math teacher for more than three decades, was a talented artist and photographer who got her pilot's license before she was even old enough to drive.
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Leadership Huntington Graduates 13
Huntington - over 4 years
The Leadership Huntington Foundation graduated its class of 2013 at a Harbor Club ceremony last week.  Emceed by Michael Davies, vice president of the board of directors of Leadership Huntington, remarks at the April 12 gala were given by state Sen. Carl Marcellino, Huntington Town Council members Mark Cuthbertson and Susan Berland and Scott Martella, Suffolk County representative for Gov. Andrew Cuomo.  Making it through a nine-month series of workshops for current and emerging leaders recruited by foundation, 13 made it through the Flagship Program which is specifically tailored to address pressing issues of the community and enhancing key leadership skills, according to the organization. This year's graduates include: Robert Benson, Ra’chelle Chambers, Nancy Cuccaro, Michael DeCristofaro, Elizabeth Irwin, J. Philip Plonski, Robert Riekert, Melisa Rousseau, Christopher Sagistano, Vita Scaturro, Dorian Stern, Susan Tully and Prafulba Vaghela. Since 1995, LH has trained mor ...
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A Lipstick Autograph, 85 Dropping Hammers and an Aria for a Dying Poodle - New York Times (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
On top of all that, he was the brother of the actress Elizabeth Hubbard, who has long played Lucinda Walsh in “As the World Turns.” A modern story-teller armed with so many boldface names might simply be a gossip. Mr. Hubbard had a different agenda:
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YWCA mission can best be achieved through unity - Utica Observer Dispatch
Google News - over 5 years
Leaders like Elizabeth Hubbard and Eleanor Wertimer served as role models for me and so many who now have profound influence in government, business, education, health care and nonprofits. Others like former Assemblywoman and YWCA board member RoAnn
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A new hospice facility at Thomas Hospital is great - Daily Mail - Charleston
Google News - over 5 years
HospiceCare opened the Hubbard Hospice House in Charleston, named in memory of Elizabeth Hubbard, 10 years ago. That 24-bed facility on a mountaintop, which provides more intensive, skilled medical care than can be provided in homes, has operated at
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Search for woman's missing Civil War relative ends with new tombstone - Lakenewsonline.com
Google News - over 5 years
26, 1843, in Lawrence, Ind. His parents were Jonathan Conger Todd and Mary Elizabeth Hubbard. William had four sisters and seven brothers. Todd's brother, Andrew Dodd Todd, was Elaine's maternal great grandfather. The family knew a good amount about
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GKVF names scholarships winners - Charleston Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Clay County: Katrina Adkins, $1000; Jason Brown, $1500; Jared Casto, $1000; Elizabeth Hubbard, $1000; James Hubbard, $1000; Westley Mullins, $1000; Mariah Scott, $1000; Megan Shaffer, $1000; Tiffany Thorne, $1000. Fayette County: Brooke Belmont, $1000;
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Lake Wales High - The Ledger
Google News - over 5 years
... Michael A Hickin, Jabriell Saqui Hobbs, Caleb Aaron Hodge, Joshua Atwain Hopkins, Shauni Elizabeth Hubbard, David Scott Huckaby, Rebecca Audry Humberstone, Lamarquis Huston, Antwaun Maurice Ingram, Andy Michael Irvin, Jamekquis Vantress Jackson,
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Grote schoonmaak onder soaps - Televizier.nl
Google News - over 5 years
Voor Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda Walsh in As The World Turns) kwam het einde van 'haar' serie niet als een verrassing. "Ik zag het al een tijdje aankomen. Ik hoor dat er nu een talkshow op ons tijdstip zit. Daarin praten vrouwen over baby's en het wordt
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Southern Fried fun at Ike - Monroe News Star
Google News - over 5 years
Elizabeth Hubbard of Calhoun was on the prowl Friday at the Louisiana Southern Fried Festival at the Ike Hamilton Exposition Center in West Monroe. "I'm looking for some fried alligator," Elizabeth Hubbard of Calhoun said as she walked between the rows
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Paid Notice: Deaths WOLF, LYDIA BREWSTER HUBBARD
NYTimes - over 11 years
WOLF--Lydia Brewster Hubbard. Of Cornwall, CT, died March 8th, 2005, aged 92, at Sharon (CT) Hospital (where she was born in 1913). Survived by a son, Thomas Gordon Wolf, two grandsons, Matthew and Stefan Wolf, all of Cornwall, three brothers, William of Wilmington, Gordon of Tuscon and Thomas of Bronxville and Cornwall, and numerous nephews and
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Paid Notice: Deaths WOLF, LYDIA BREWSTER HUBBARD
NYTimes - over 11 years
WOLF--Lydia Brewster Hubbard. Of Cornwall, CT, died March 8th, 2005, aged 92, at Sharon (CT) Hospital (where she was born in 1913). Survived by a son, Thomas Gordon Wolf, a grandson Stefan Wolf, both of Cornwall, three brothers, William of Wilmington, Gordon of Tuscon and Thomas of Bronxville and Cornwall, and numerous nephews and nieces. Her
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Paid Notice: Deaths SOLOMON, ARTHUR M.
NYTimes - over 12 years
SOLOMON--Arthur M., age 70. Attorney, actor and concerned citizen, on April 7 at home in Wilmette, IL. Attended James Madison High School in Brooklyn; received bachelor and law degrees from University of Chicago. Lieutenant U.S. Navy 1955-1958; 35 year partner in the Chicago firm Solomon & Behrendt. Beloved and adoring husband of Lois Adelman;
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Paid Notice: Deaths SOLOMON, ARTHUR M.
NYTimes - over 12 years
SOLOMON--Arthur M., age 70. Attorney, actor and concerned citizen, on April 7 at home in Wilmette, IL. Attended James Madison High School in Brooklyn; received bachelor and law degrees from University of Chicago. Lieutenant U.S. Navy 1955-1958; 35 year partner in the Chicago firm Solomon & Behrendt. Beloved and adoring husband of Lois Adelman;
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Paid Notice: Deaths LANSING, ELIZABETH HUBBARD
NYTimes - over 14 years
LANSING-Elizabeth Hubbard, 90. Died March 21 at home in Cornwall, CT after a short illness. She had returned to her childhood home with her late husband Tod Lansing in 1979. Born in Providence in 1911 Mrs. Lansing was the daughter of William Brewster Hubbard and Martha Hale Hubbard. She attended St. Margaret's School in Waterbury, CT and the Agnes
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Paid Notice: Deaths MARQUIT, CHESLEA DEE STAPLETON
NYTimes - almost 15 years
MARQUIT-Cheslea Dee Stapleton. Born November 27, 1916, Parkersburg, West Virginia, the daughter of Joseph Clark Johnson Stapleton and Georgeanne Reese Stapleton. Received a Bachelor of Arts at Ohio University, 1939. Studied at the Cincinnati Conservatory with Alfred Rose, nephew of Gustave Mahler and son of Arnold Rose, founder of the Rose String
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Paid Notice: Deaths STOTT, GORDON D.
NYTimes - over 15 years
STOTT-Gordon D., youngest son of the late Louis N. and Ethel (Doulton) Stott of Santa Barbara, California died Thursday, July 19, 2001 in the John Dempsey Hospital of the University of Connecticut Medical Center in Farmington, CT, of pneumonia. He was 91. Mr. Stott was born in Los Angeles, CA and attended the Thacher School in Ojai, CA and the
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All Aboard, With Extras; At the Station: Books, Coffee, Conversation -- and, Oh Yes, Trains
NYTimes - about 17 years
BUSINESS suits and briefcases? Yes, you'd expect to see those on the Metro-North Commuter Railroad. And it's not unreasonable to expect a station to have a shelter to shield commuters from the rain, and maybe even a place to buy a fresh cup of coffee. But a train station might not be the first place you think to turn for a dry cleaner if you have
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Paid Notice: Deaths BARTLETT, ROBERT A.
NYTimes - over 18 years
BARTLETT-Robert A. Age 80. Died June 27, 1998, at his home in Mt. Gilead, Murrells Inlet, SC, after a long illness. Mr. Bartlett was predeceased by his wife, Lilla Rodda Bartlett, and one sister, Jane Heisinger. R.A. Bartlett, Board Chairman and CEO of the F.A. Bartlett Tree Expert Company of Stamford, CT, was born in Stamford, CT, on October 11,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Elizabeth Hubbard
1933
Born on December 22, 1933.
1962
She is known for her work in daytime soap operas. She began that career in 1962, starring as Anne Fletcher on Guiding Light.
The following year, she joined the cast of The Edge of Night as Carol Kramer.
1964
In 1964, she originated the role of Dr. Althea Davis on NBC's year-old soap The Doctors.
1969
Hubbard played the role until 1969, when she took time off.
1970
She was married to furrier David Bennett from 1970 to 1972; they had one child, a son, Jeremy Bennett (born 1971).
1978
She returned after a year and continued the role until 1978.
1981
She returned again in 1981 and remained with the show until its cancellation in 1982.
In 1974, Hubbard was awarded the first Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
1984
After that serial was cancelled, Hubbard was in One Life to Live for the short-lived role of Estelle Chadwick. In 1984, however, she debut in her best-known role, that of businesswoman Lucinda Walsh on As the World Turns.
She was nominated nine times for a Daytime Emmy for her portrayal of Lucinda.
1999
Hubbard left the program in 1999 due to a disagreement over the direction of her character; she was persuaded to return months later by the show's new executive producer.
2005
Hubbard was featured in a prominent storyline in 2005 when her character was diagnosed with cancer.
2006
She was in the show's 50th anniversary episode in April 2006, and stayed with the show until its final episode in September 2010.
2009
In July 2009 she started a recurring role on the Dutch soap Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden, and played the role of Sair Poindexter, an American sexologist and mother of the Irene Huygens (Anita Donk) character.
Hubbard, who traveled frequently to the Dutch province of Friesland where her boyfriend resides, was cast after meeting the writers on one of her visits. (As The World Turns also airs in the Netherlands and Hubbard was already well-known there as a result.) Hubbard won an additional Daytime Emmy for her portrayal of Edith Wilson in First Ladies' Diaries. She was featured in Broadway plays and musicals, and had roles in movies, including I Never Sang for My Father, Ordinary People, and The Ceremony of Innocence and a featured role in the film Center Stage. Hubbard made appearances on the New York-based television programs, Hope & Faith and Life on Mars.
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