Estelle Evans

American actress Estelle Evans

Estelle Evans was a Bahamian actress. She was born in Rolle Town in the Bahamas. After playing Calpurnia in the 1962 version of To Kill a Mockingbird she went on act in several other movies and television shows until her death in 1985. She was the sister of actresses Esther Rolle and Rosanna Carter.
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Deceased
20 July 1985
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Gentlemen, Start Your Engines - Mount Vernon Gazette
Google News - over 6 years
Unlike Burns, Strachan is seen onstage as Estelle Evans and delivers each line with her trademark distinction. Cast members making their ACCT debut are Jerry Hoffman, seen locally in the Little Theatre of Alexandria production of "Oliver!," Melissa
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Estelle Evans Tedford - Times Record News
Google News - over 6 years
Estelle Evans Tedford, beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother left this world to be with her Lord on Tuesday, June 14, 2011. The funeral service will be conducted at 2 pm Saturday, June 18, 2011, at the chapel of Owens and Brumley Funeral
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Mr. Marvin Harold “Buss” Hill, 91, of Fayetteville - The Citizen.com
Google News - almost 7 years
He is preceded in death by his parents James Edward Hill and Emma Estelle Evans; eleven brothers and sisters. He is survived by his beloved wife of 47 years Claudine Hill; step-son Ron and Kim Lovett of Moultrie; step-grandchildren Lisa Lovett of
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Paid Notice: Deaths EVANS, WILLIAM FRANCIS
NYTimes - over 7 years
EVANS--William Francis, 47, investment banker and musician who lived in New York City, died after a brief illness on Saturday, July 10th. He was born in Towson, Maryland. Bill received B.A. and M.A. degrees in mathematics from Columbia College and University of Pennsylvania, respectively. During that period he played bass in both performance and
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Louis Peterson, 76, Playwright Who Opened Doors for Blacks
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Louis Peterson, the author of ''Take a Giant Step,'' a groundbreaking Broadway play of the early 1950's about a young black man growing up in a middle-class white neighborhood in New England, died on Monday at the Kateri Residence in Manhattan, where he lived. He was 76. Mr. Peterson had lung cancer, said George R. Cavey, a friend. When ''Take a
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Critic's Notebook; Black Films: Imitation Of Life?
NYTimes - about 27 years
NAOMI is a pretty little black child living in a comfortable all-black middle-class world, untouched by the poverty of the 1930's. But she is cursed. "You're a bad girl and need to be punished," says her teacher with somewhat more vehemence than her crime would seem to warrant. Naomi has been sticking out her foot and tripping nice little girls in
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Review/Theater; 'Solid Gold Cadillac' on Centennial Of Kaufman
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: As a playwright and director, George S. Kaufman was the great collaborator of the popular American theater. But some of his collaborations were far less rewarding than others, as is demonstrated by his partnership with Howard Teichmann in writing ''The Solid Gold Cadillac.'' This 1953 Broadway comedy about chicanery in big business has been
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HOME VIDEO: MOVIES
NYTimes - over 30 years
LEAD: The Learning Tree With Kyle Johnson, Alex Clarke, Estelle Evans and Dana Elcar. Written and directed by Gordon Parks. 1969. Warner Home Video. 107 Minutes. $59.95. The Learning Tree With Kyle Johnson, Alex Clarke, Estelle Evans and Dana Elcar. Written and directed by Gordon Parks. 1969. Warner Home Video. 107 Minutes. $59.95. Gordon Parks, a
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THEATER: 'STEAL AWAY,' MOTHERLY BANK ROBBERS
NYTimes - over 36 years
''STEAL AWAY,'' the new play by Ramona King at the New Federal Theater, is as warm and friendly as a church supper. In fact, it is about the kind of women who frequently run church suppers: respectable, cheerful and sturdy, and, when they have to be, tough as nails. In ''Steal Away,'' they are black women in Chicago in the 1930's, and what they do,
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GOING OUT GUIDE
NYTimes - about 37 years
EYE IN THE SKY The impression - fostered by spy stories on television and in the movies - is that an aerial photograph taken from 35,000 feet up can show the hairs on the backside of a gnat on the ground. Aerial views are immensely informative. They were first made from balloons, then airplanes, and now spy satellites. An early usable balloon
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Estelle Evans
    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 1985
    Age 78
    Died on July 20, 1985.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1962
    Age 55
    She was born in Rolle Town in the Bahamas. After playing Calpurnia in the 1962 version of To Kill a Mockingbird she went on act in several other movies and television shows until her death in 1985.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1906
    Born
    Born on October 1, 1906.
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