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Marc Connelly (Marcus Cook)

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Biography

McKeesport, Pennsylvania, USA
Marc Connelly, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, is best known as being one of the leading wits of the Algonquin Round Table and for being a collaborator with George S. Kaufman, with whom he wrote many plays, including Merton of the Movies (1947). His Broadway career spanned 65 years, from 1915, when he got his first writing credit on a Broadway play for contributing lyrics to that year's edition of the musical revue "Hip! Hip! Hooray!", until the year of his death, 1980. His last play, "The Stitch in Time", started previews on December 29, 1980. (The play, alas, never officially opened. Read more...

Actor

Character: Father Hussman

The Spirit of St. Louis 1957

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Character: Professor Charles Osman

Tall Story 1960

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Character: Himself

NET Playhouse 1964

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Writing