Hildy Parks
American actor
Hildy Parks
Hildy Parks was an American actress and writer. Born in Washington, D.C. , Parks pursued acting following her graduation from the University of Virginia. She made her New York City stage debut as Curley's wife in Of Mice and Men. Parks made her screen debut in The Night Holds Terror (1955) opposite Vince Edwards, but her film career was sporadic, with minor appearances in Fail-Safe (1964), Seven Days in May (1964), and The Group (1966).
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Our Gang star Jackie Cooper could always make audiences laugh and cry - The Australian
Google News - almost 6 years
His first two marriages, to June Horne (1944-49) and Hildy Parks (1950-51), were dissolved. His third, to Barbara Kraus, survived a separation in the 70s and lasted 55 years until she died in 2009. Cooper had four children
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Superman 'Perry White' Meninggal Dunia - Tempo Interaktif
Google News - almost 6 years
Setelah bercerai dari Horne, ia kembali menikah dengan Hildy Parks. Lagi-lagi pernikahan yang dilangsungkan pada 1950 silam hanya mampu bertahan selama satu tahun. Tanpa merasa trauma, Cooper menikah untuk ketiga kalinya dengan Barbara Kraus
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Jackie Cooper - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - almost 6 years
Two years later he starred in the London production of the Broadway hit Mr Roberts with his second wife, Hildy Parks. With his film career in decline Cooper seized the opportunities presented by the booming medium of television, working behind the ... - -
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Nam diễn viên Jackie Cooper qua đời ở tuổi 88 - Sài gòn Giải Phóng
Google News - almost 6 years
Lần đầu với June Horne (1944 -1949, sinh ra một người con trai là John "Jack" Cooper III); lần thứ hai với Hildy Parks (1950-1951) và lần cuối với Barbara Kraus (bà đã qua đời năm 2009). Jakie có ba người con với người vợ cuối là Russell (sinh năm
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Hildy Parks, TV Producer, Is Dead at 78
NYTimes - over 12 years
Hildy Parks Cohen, the producer, writer and actress known as Hildy Parks who wrote the first 20 Tony Awards telecasts as well as 20 other television specials, including the Emmy Awards, died on Thursday at the Actors Fund Home in Englewood, N.J. She was 78. The cause was complications of a recent stroke, said her son Christopher Cohen. Ms. Parks
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Alexander H. Cohen, Producer of 101 Theatrical Hits and Flops, Dies at 79
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Alexander H. Cohen, one of the last old-time independent theatrical producers, who produced 101 shows on Broadway and in London's West End and originated the national Tony Awards telecast in 1967, died yesterday at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. He was 79. The cause was respiratory failure, said his son Gerry Cohen. Mr. Cohen's most recent
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The Drama! The Song and Dance! It's Tony Time!; With So Much at Stake, Producers Make Every Effort to Work the System
NYTimes - almost 18 years
To many people in the theater, the decisions seemed unjust. ''Wit,'' this year's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, was ruled ineligible for Tony Award nominations because after vainly trying to move to a Broadway theater, it could only be performed off Broadway. ''Rollin' on the T.O.B.A.,'' which received strong reviews, was also deemed ineligible
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THEATER REVIEW; A Lover And Liar
NYTimes - almost 19 years
''Oh, Susanna Shakespeare, how you did shake!'' That's how a leering young swain describes the daughter of you-know-who in ''The Herbal Bed,'' the cerebral bodice ripper that opened last night at the Eugene O'Neill Theater, before she became a boring, respectable married woman. Does the tone of that exclamation sound familiar? It's not quite on a
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THEATER; A Broadway Survivor Returns for More
NYTimes - almost 19 years
''I'M 42,'' Alexander H. Cohen told Newsweek in 1963. ''With a big, big, big break, I've got 30 years left.'' Most uncharacteristically, Mr. Cohen underestimated himself. Today, at 77, he has produced or presented 64 shows on Broadway, four more that closed out of town and 32 in London's West End. His 100th, a new production of the Royal
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Was It High Art or High Crime?
NYTimes - over 20 years
WHO needs full-frontal nudity? The most disturbing example of exposed flesh on a New York stage at the moment comes when Daniel Massey removes his gloves in ''Taking Sides,'' the new play by Ronald Harwood at the Brooks Atkinson Theater. First of all, the hands are immense, and to a degree you didn't realize when they were covered. And there's
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - almost 21 years
HILDY PARKS planted a garden in the rear of her midtown Manhattan apartment building and one at her home in Mougins, France. So, her husband, ALEXANDER H. COHEN, reasoned that another garden would be the perfect gift for her birthday next Tuesday. ("She's somewhere between Social Security and George Burns," he said.) This garden will not be at any
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 21 years
It was ALEXANDER H. COHEN's 75th birthday yesterday , so his sons, CHRISTOPHER and GERRY COHEN, put together a videotape of tributes by 75 friends and colleagues. "It was a riot, a laugh riot," Mr. Cohen, the Broadway and television producer, said yesterday after watching it in his home in Mougins in the south of France, where he and his wife,
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THEATER REVIEW: COMEDY TONIGHT; 4 Branches of the Comedy Family
NYTimes - about 22 years
Mort Sahl, who was puncturing political balloons when Bill Clinton was still a toddler, has come up with one of the year's wittiest definitions of the difference between a liberal and a conservative. As the last of the four comedians to appear in "Comedy Tonight," a variety show that opened at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater last night, Mr. Sahl takes a
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2004
    Age 77
    Died on October 7, 2004.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1951
    Age 24
    Her television career included a regular role in the daytime soap opera Love of Life from its 1951 debut until 1955, appearances in such primetime dramatic anthology series as Armstrong Circle Theatre, Robert Montgomery Presents, Kraft Television Theatre, and Studio One, and as a recurring panelist on the game show To Tell the Truth.
    More Details Hide Details Parks was married briefly to former child star Jackie Cooper. She later married Broadway producer Alexander H. Cohen, with whom she had two sons. She died in Englewood, New Jersey due to complications following a stroke.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Born
    Born on March 15, 1926.
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