Paula Strasberg
American actress, drama teacher
Paula Strasberg
Paula Miller Strasberg was a former stage actress who became actor and teacher Lee Strasberg's second wife, mother of actors John and Susan Strasberg as well as Marilyn Monroe's acting coach and confidante.
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PHOTO - My week with Marilyn : Premier poster, avec Michelle Williams en ... - Premiere.fr Cinéma
Google News - over 5 years
Paula Strasberg (jouée par Zoë Wanamaker), qui lui sert de coach, exaspère le réalisateur en lui demandant des répétitions trop longues avant chaque scène. Olivier la fait finalement exclure du tournage, et exprime quelques reproches quant au jeu de
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ARTS, BRIEFLY; New York Film Festival to Close With George Clooney Movie
NYTimes - over 5 years
''The Descendants,''Alexander Payne's first feature since his 2004 film ''Sideways,'' will be the closing night selection of the New York Film Festival, the Film Society of Lincoln Center announced on Wednesday along with the roster of 27 films that will be presented in the festival's main slate. Adapted from the Kaui Hart Hemmings novel, ''The
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Alexander Payne's 'Descendants' to Close 49th New York Film Festival; Main ... - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... With Marilyn depicts Monroe's numerous clashes with her imperious, classically trained director (played with great relish by Kenneth Branagh), maddened by his star's method acting and her ever-present drama coach, Paula Strasberg (Zoë Wanamaker)
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The mystery of Monroe - EMC Ottawa West
Google News - over 5 years
She studied with the greats under Lee Strasberg at Actors Studio in New York and wouldn't even think of stepping a foot on set without her acting coach and Lee's wife Paula Strasberg. A little known fact, she's been recognized for her work in her time
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Photos showcase last film by Hollywood greats - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Google News - over 5 years
The Monroe-Miller marriage was dead; Miller loathed Monroe's tutor Paula Strasberg; Monroe was often late for her turns; the heat was deadly; Huston kept re-shooting scenes. The movie's theme is alienation (Miller views the actors as "several planets
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Ein Star zwischen Tragik und Komik - Gießener Anzeiger
Google News - over 5 years
Mit der berühmten Blondine erscheint auch Paula Strasberg, die Schauspiellehrerin, die Marilyn stets vertraglich in die Dreharbeiten einbeziehen ließ. Thorsten Larbig mimt zugleich die Schauspiellehrerin als auch den Pianisten auf der Bühne,
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Ten Facts About Marilyn Monroe, the Hotel del Coronado and her 'Some Like It ... - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Marilyn's playwright husband Arthur Miller and acting coach Paula Strasberg accompanied her to the hotel for filming in 1958. Coronado police guarded her throughout her stay. Coronado fans watched Monroe with great enthusiasm, screaming and cheering
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Persona.Marilyn - EVENE
Google News - almost 6 years
Paula Strasberg actrice et amie, André de Dienes, photographe qui a entretenu une belle et fidèle relation et dont les photos sont mémorables, le docteur Ralph Greenson, son psychiatre. Le metteur en scène polonais Krystian Lupa construit une œuvre
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"Persona.Marilyn", une pièce écorchée vive - Les Inrocks
Google News - almost 6 years
D'une répétition avec Paula Strasberg son coach es Actors studio à une séance de prise de vues avec André De Dienes un ami photographe… de l'étreinte furtive avec un amant de passage aux leçons de morale de Ralph Greenson le psy qui la pourchasse,
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Marilyn's Manhattan, Both Public and Private
NYTimes - about 6 years
A GIRL on a balcony: when I look out the rear window of my East 60th Street apartment, I see her as if I were watching an outdoor movie on a misty night. The girl I see is not Juliet but Marilyn, and the movie is ''The Seven Year Itch.'' A town house whose backyard meets mine appears in that 1955 film, in which Marilyn Monroe played the
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Holly Golightly, Before She Was Immortal
NYTimes - over 6 years
FIFTH AVENUE, 5 A.M. Audrey Hepburn, 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' and the Dawn of the Modern Woman By Sam Wasson Illustrated. 231 pages. Harper Studio. $19.99. In 1961 Paramount Pictures' publicity department attempted a remarkable acrobatic feat. It tried to explain why Holly Golightly -- the professionally adorable heroine of ''Breakfast at
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Hollywood Chronicle
NYTimes - about 7 years
THE MAKING OF ''SOME LIKE IT HOT'' My Memories of Marilyn Monroe and the Classic American Movie. By Tony Curtis with Mark A. Vieira. Wiley, $25.95. Curtis's writing in this memoir of Billy Wilder's 1959 comic masterpiece is staccato, repetitive and occasionally baffling. But even if the voice is a little insane -- on Wilder: ''He was wiry.
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THEATER: CHEAT SHEET; Still Mad At the Method And Its Gurus
NYTimes - over 12 years
WHEN ''Finishing the Picture,'' Arthur Miller's latest play, receives its world premiere at the Goodman Theater in Chicago on Oct. 5, plenty of audience members will be scrutinizing the silent, pill-popping starlet Kitty for references to Marilyn Monroe, Mr. Miller's former wife. But Kitty isn't the only familiar-seeming character. ''Finishing the
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Miller Keeps Writing, Stacking Plays Like Firewood
NYTimes - almost 13 years
At 88 Arthur Miller is busier and more productive than many playwrights half his age, with two new plays circling New York. His revised version of ''Resurrection Blues'' is at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego (through April 25), and his latest play, ''Finishing the Picture,'' is to have its world premiere in the fall at the Goodman Theater in
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TELEVISION REVIEW; When the Chemistry Just Didn't Work
NYTimes - over 14 years
''The Misfits'' (1961) should have been the movie of the decade. All that award-winning, box-office-magic talent on one set. But its three top-billed stars were at crossroads in their lives, in danger or headed for it. Marilyn Monroe's last film. She was 34 during production, two years away from her death of a drug overdose. It was Clark Gable's
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Book Reveals Kazan's Thoughts on Naming Names
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Throughout the emotional controversy over the decision to give him an honorary Academy Award, Elia Kazan has remained silent in the face of critics who still condemn him for naming names during the Congressional hunt for Communists in the entertainment industry in 1952. But in a series of remarkably candid interviews recorded 25 years ago and first
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Paid Notice: Deaths STRASBERG, SUSAN
NYTimes - about 18 years
STRASBERG - Susan Elizabeth. Actress and author on January 21, 1999. Beloved mother of Jennifer Robin Jones Strasberg. Loving daughter of the late Lee and Paula Strasberg. Service at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81 Street, Tuesday, January 26 at 1 P.M. Interment private.
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Paid Notice: Deaths STRASBERG, SUSAN ELIZABETH
NYTimes - about 18 years
STRASBERG - Susan Elizabeth. Actress and author on January 21, 1999. Beloved mother of Jennifer Robin Jones Strasberg. Loving daughter of the late Lee and Paula Strasberg. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Ave. at 81 St, Sunday and Monday 2-5 and 7-9PM with service Tuesday 1PM. Interment private.
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Engineering an Icon
NYTimes - over 18 years
MARILYN MONROE By Barbara Leaming. Illustrated. 464 pp. New York: Crown Publishers. $27.50. The old Hollywood folk tale of the pretty girl ''discovered'' at a drugstore and turned into a star conjures up an image deeply comforting to traditional notions of sexual behavior: a sleeping beauty plucked from obscurity by a male power broker and
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    FIFTIES
  • 1966
    Age 55
    Paula Strasberg died of cancer at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan on April 29, 1966, aged 56 or 57, and is interred at Westchester Hills Cemetery in Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.
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  • 1909
    Age -2
    Born in 1909.
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