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Geraldine Page Geraldine Sue Page ( 22 de noviembre de 1924 - 13 de junio de 1987 ), conocida como Geraldine Page, fue una actriz estadounidense. Ganadora de un Premio de la Academia, se la consideró una de las mejores actrices estadounidenses de teatro y cine de todos los tiempos.
Geraldine Page actually won consecutive Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama in 1961 and 1962 for Summer and Smoke and Sweet Bird of Youth, respectively. In 1963, Page starred in Toys in the Attic, based on Lillian Hellman 's play of the same name, and garnered a Golden Globe nomination.
Geraldine Page, Actress: The Trip to Bountiful. Considered by many to be one of the greatest American actresses of all time, Geraldine Page was a master craftswoman who seemed to bring out the most inner detail of the character she was playing. Her dedication to her craft has earned her the respect of many of today's great actors including Meryl Streep and Michelle Pfeiffer. Geraldine Sue Page ...
Geraldine Sue Page was born on November 22, 1924 in Kirksville, Missouri to Dr. Leon Elwin Page, an osteopathic physician and Pearl Maize Page, a homemaker. She had an older brother named Donald. The family moved to Chicago when Page was five years old. Growing up, her interests and hobbies always were directed toward the arts.
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Geraldine Page (Kirkswille, Mo., 1924-Nueva York, 1987) Actriz de teatro y cine estadounidense. De entre sus primeras películas cabe destacar las adaptaciones de dos obras de Tennessee Williams: Verano y humo (P. Glenville, 1961) y Dulce pájaro de juventud (R. Brooks, 1962).
Geraldine Page on screen and stage Geraldine Page c. 1950s Geraldine Page (November 22, 1924 – June 13, 1987) was an American actress who earned critical recognition as a stage actress on Broadway as well as in feature films and television.
15/06/1987 · Geraldine Page, dedicated to acting for more than four decades and long identified with the work of Tennessee Williams, died of a heart attack Saturday at her home in the Chelsea section of...