(1940s) Stage: Appeared in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" on Broadway and in United States tour. Also in cast: Katharine Cornell
(who also produced).
Madame Du Froid
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[on working with Stanley Kubrick
in The Shining
(1980)] He isn't a tyrant. Stanley is quiet. He's intimidating only because of his enormous talent... I have such admiration for him... I mean, even after [doing so many takes] I thought, "If he were to ask me to do another film, I'd do it.".
Red-haired Broadway actress from the "Method" school of acting who earned a Tony nomination as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for her work in "Middle of the Night" in 1956 and won an Obie opposite her husband, actor Eli Wallach
, in 1963 for a pair of plays - "The Typists" and "The Tiger". She ventured infrequently into film and television comedy as frumpish wives or wisecracking ...