Rosemary Murphy
American actress
Rosemary Murphy
Rosemary Murphy is an American actress of stage, film, and television. Murphy was born in Munich, Germany, the daughter of American parents Mildred and Robert D. Murphy, a diplomat. They left Germany in 1939, at the beginning of World War II. She attended Manhattanville College and acting school at the Neighborhood Playhouse and the Actors Studio before beginning her career on stage. She made her stage debut in Germany, in a 1949 production of Peer Gynt.
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Rose Murphy On Piano Jazz
NPR - 10 months
The singer and pianist performs her legendary version of "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" in a 1988 session.
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Name Cube for Rose: historian
The Border Mail - almost 5 years
THE Cube should be re-named in honour of long-serving Wodonga Shire secretary Rose Murphy, according to a city historian.
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Five Things You Need to Know Today: Aug. 31 - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Golf for a good cause: Organizers of the inaugural Rosemary Murphy MassBay Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament are looking for players, sponsors and raffle donations for the event to be held on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at Spring Valley Country Club, 25 Tiot St.,
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Trio of teachers at Coventry school retire after clocking up 117 years between ... - Coventry Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
Anne Horleston, Jenni Roberts and Rosemary Murphy said their final farewells to pupils at John Gulson Primary School, in George Street, Foleshill, on Tuesday. Anne – the most junior of the long-serving bunch – first stepped into a classroom 34 years
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Ruth M. Coriasco, 96 - Olney Daily Mail - Press Mentor
Google News - over 5 years
Mrs. Coriasco is survived by her son, Lindell Coriasco and his wife, Peggy, of Marion; daughter, Rosemary Murphy, of Olney; seven grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents,
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Star snapper - Meath Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Five-year-old Rosemary Murphy with her winning entry for this year's Danny O'Brien Memorial photo competition. A very talented five-year-old Kells girl beat off stiff adult competition to win the Danny O'Brien Memorial Photographic
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Day in history, June 11 - Post-Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
Mrs. America, Mrs. Rosemary Murphy of Indiana, visited Rochester and cut the ribbon on one of the Kruse Co. model homes in the Graham Addition, which is being displayed during the annual Parade of Homes by Rochester builders
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Street Faire Committee Calls for Volunteers - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
The Coordinating Committee is composed of town residents Sheila Clarke, Steve Goldy, Rosemary Murphy, Tina Ohlson and Ben Tafoya. The range of opportunities for volunteers is very broad. The Committee is looking for residents interested in helping with
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IN RE THOMAS v. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION - Leagle.com
Google News - over 5 years
... Richard P. Chulick, as receiver in Montrose District Court Case 07CV49; Rosemary Murphy, as the public trustee of Montrose County, Colorado; First City Corp.; and All Unknown Persons who Claim any interest in the Subject Matter of this Action
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LEWISTON — Lewiston High School has announced its Quarter 3 Honor Roll: - Lewiston Sun Journal
Google News - over 5 years
... Alexandra Hood, Linsey House, Abdirahman Hussein, Christian Labonte, Tiana Lacombe, Lukas Lamb-Wotton, Amber Langlois, Heather MacNeill, Christina Metzler, Eric Michaud, Justin Millette, Rachel Mills, Joseph Murphy, Rosemary Murphy, Drew Olehowski,
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Hobsons Bay grandmothers getting jump on disease - Hobsons Bay Leader
Google News - almost 6 years
THE sky was the limit for high-flying grannies Heather Jobling, 69, and Rosemary Murphy, 61, who completed a tandem skydive in aid of Parkinson's Victoria on April 16. Friends for 17 years, Mrs Jobling, from Williamstown, and Mrs Murphy,
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Correction
NYTimes - about 13 years
Because of an editing error, an essay on Dec. 21 about Phillip Lopate's ''Getting Personal: Selected Writings'' used an incorrect surname, supplied in the book, for the actress who played Elena in Laurence Olivier's film version of ''Uncle Vanya.'' She is Rosemary Harris, not Rosemary Murphy.
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ON WRITERS AND WRITING; The Life of the Mind in Close-Up
NYTimes - about 13 years
I'm tired of quarrels about fiction versus what is now called creative nonfiction. Partisans of the novel claim it lets one explore human intricacies as no other form can. Advocates of creative nonfiction -- they usually mean memoir -- answer that it shares fiction's complexity and ups the ante on the varied meanings of truth. Isn't this the only
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FILM REVIEW; Gunfight at the Old Macedonian Corral: A Western With a Flexible Compass
NYTimes - over 13 years
Milcho Manchevski's stylized western, ''Dust,'' is a potent, assured and ambitious piece of filmmaking brought down by weighted dialogue and, playing Americans, the British actors Adrian Lester and Joseph Fiennes and the Australian David Wenham. This dazzling and dazed movie begins on the streets of contemporary New York, as a camera moseys down a
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Paid Notice: Deaths RITTER, JOHN J.
NYTimes - almost 14 years
RITTER-John J., 69, of Twp. of Washington, New Jersey on Monday, May 12, 2003. Husband of Cecelia A. Praught. Father of Christine Lennon, Joanne McFadden, John & Tim Ritter & Cecelia Sargenti. Brother of Rosemary Murphy, Nancy Ross and Edward Ritter. Survived by nine grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Visiting at Becker Funeral Home,
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All Undressed and So Many Places to Go
NYTimes - over 15 years
THE beach blankets were spread on the sand, the Igloo coolers filled with cold drinks, the pages of bad summer books already curling in a salt breeze scented with the mai tai aroma of suntan oil. The five friends on the family beach just a short hike from Robert Moses State Park on Fire Island made for an image with the reassuring look of an
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THEATER REVIEW; A Queen, Even in Exile
NYTimes - about 17 years
IN a city where snubbing is an advanced social sport, Rosemary Harris is offering a master class in the form's more refined elements that no climber (or actor) should miss. The lessons are being administered with serene majesty from the stage of the Walter Kerr Theater, where Noel Coward's ''Waiting in the Wings'' opened last night, and there are
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THEATER; As Mr. Britannia, Coward Waived the Rules
NYTimes - about 17 years
THE English expression ''taking coals to Newcastle'' pretty much sums up Noel Coward's American career. Arriving in New York on the Aquitania in May 1921, his head soon buzzed with the speed of Manhattan and the pace of Broadway drama; back home, he injected that speed into the staid drawing-room drama of London's West End and in the process
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Paid Notice: Deaths MOYNIHAN, ANNE K.
NYTimes - over 17 years
MOYNIHAN-Anne K. On July 5, 1999. Beloved wife of Frank Moynihan. Also survived by brother, Joseph Kelly and sister, Rosemary Murphy. Head Librarian at General Motors Public Relations Library, Researcher at City Corps Financial Library and Cataloger at Jung Foundation Library. Taught cataloguing at St. John's University Graduate School and at YWCA.
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Paid Notice: Deaths MOYNIHAN, ANNE K.
NYTimes - over 17 years
MOYNIHAN-Anne K. On July 5, 1999. Beloved wife of Frank Moynihan. Also survived by brother, Joseph Kelly and sister, Rosemary Murphy. Librarian at General Motors, City Corps and Jung Foundation Library. Taught cataloguing at St. John's University Graduate School and at YWCA. Wake on Wednesday, 3-5 and 7-9 PM at Krtil Funeral Home, 1297 1st Ave
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Rosemary Murphy
    TWENTIES
  • 1950
    Age 23
    She made her Broadway debut in 1950 in The Tower Beyond Tragedy.
    More Details Hide Details She has gone on to appear in some 15 Broadway productions, most recently in Noël Coward's Waiting in the Wings (1999). She also acts in films and on TV, most notably portraying Sara Delano Roosevelt in the TV miniseries Eleanor and Franklin (1976) (for which she won an Emmy) and Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977). She played the role of Maudie Atkinson in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), a motion picture based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name written by Harper Lee. She also played the infamous role of prostitute Callie Hacker in Walking Tall (1973). In the 1980s she played Loretta Fowler, the kleptomaniac mother of Mitch Blake and Sam Fowler on the daytime drama Another World.
  • 1949
    Age 22
    She attended Manhattanville College and acting school at the Neighborhood Playhouse and the Actors Studio before beginning her career on stage. She made her stage debut in Germany, in a 1949 production of Peer Gynt.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1927
    Age 0
    Born on January 13, 1927.
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