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Frederic Kimball (1933–2008)

Frederic Kimball was born on July 29, 1933 in East Hampton, New York, USA as Frederic Menner Kimball. He was an actor and writer, known for Looking for Richard (1996), Blind Alleys (1985) and No Room for Opal (1993). He was married to Ellen Graff and Lisa Blake Richards. He died on October 4, 2008 in New York City, New York. See full bio »

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Known For

Looking for Richard
Looking for Richard Bishop of Ely
Blind Alleys
Blind Alleys Woody
No Room for Opal
Author! Author!
Author! Author! Larry Kotzwinkle


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 1996 Looking for Richard (Documentary)
Bishop of Ely
 1985 Blind Alleys (TV Movie)
 1982 Author! Author!
Larry Kotzwinkle
 1976 The Murderer (Short)
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 1996 Looking for Richard (Documentary) (narration)
 1993 No Room for Opal (TV Movie)
 1985 Blind Alleys (TV Movie) (written by)
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 1999 American Experience (TV Series documentary)
- New York: Part V - Cosmopolis (1999) ... (voice)
- New York: Part III - Sunshine and Shadow (1999) ... Himself (voice)
 1999 New York: A Documentary Film (TV Series documentary)
- Sunshine and Shadow (1865-1898) (1999) ... (voice)
- Order and Disorder (1825-1865) (1999) ... (voice)

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Began writing while attending Harvard University and was a founder of the Pets Theater. See more »

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