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    • Gustav Åbergsson


    • Reuven Adiv

    • Reuven Adiv (5 June 1930–23 December 2004) was a Jerusalem-born actor, director and drama teacher, most notable as the head of acting at the Drama Centre in London from 1984 to 2004. Reuven Adiv was born in Jerusalem on 5 June 1930. He fought on the Jerusalem front against the British administration. His fath ... Read »


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    • Stella Adler

    • Stella Adler

      Stella Adler (February 10, 1901 – December 21, 1992) was an American actress and acting teacher. She founded the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York City and Los Angeles with longtime protégée, actress Joanne Linville, who continues to teach Adler's technique. Her grandson Tom Oppenheim now runs the sc ... Read »


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    • Ebrahim Alkazi

    • Ebrahim Alkazi (born 18 October 1925) is one of the most influential Indian theatre directors and drama teachers in 20th-century Indian theatre. Alkazi was a strict disciplinarian who did rigorous research before producing a play, leading to important advances in scenographic design. His standards later became very inf ... Read »


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    • Amal Allana

    • Amal Allana (born 14 September 1947) is an Indian theatre director, scenic designer and costume designer and presently she is in her second consecutive term as the Chairperson of National School of Drama, India's premier institute of Theatre training, she also runs the Dramatic Art and Design Academy (DADA), New Delhi, ... Read »


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    • Knut Almlöf


    • Nils Almlöf


    • Janet Amsden

    • Janet Amsden is a British actress who appeared in EastEnders as Margaret Wilson and was in Family Affairs, playing Marie Taylor. She trained under Yat Malmgren at Drama Centre, and is one of the few practitioners currently working to share his methods. She is also an acting tutor and director, Ray Fearon being one of ... Read »


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    • George Pierce Baker

    • George Pierce Baker (April 4, 1866 – January 6, 1935) was an American educator in the field of drama. Baker graduated in the Harvard University class of 1887, served as Editor-in-Chief of The Harvard Monthly, and taught in the English Department at Harvard from 1888 until 1924. He started his "47 workshop" class ... Read »


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    • Ben Bard

    • Ben Bard (January 26, 1893 – May 17, 1974) was an American movie actor, stage actor, and acting teacher. With comedian Jack Pearl, Bard worked in a comedy duo in vaudeville. In 1926, Bard, Pearl, and Sascha Beaumont appeared in a short film made in Lee DeForest's Phonofilm sound-on-film process. He had a small ro ... Read »


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    • René Bazinet


    • Karolina Bock

    • Karolina Bock

      Karolina Sofia Bock née Richter (August 28, 1792, Stockholm – 22 March 1872), was a Swedish stage actress and singer. She was the principal and drama teacher of the Dramatens elevskola twice: from 1831 to 1834 and from 1841 to 1856. During her career, she belonged to the elite of stage artists in Sweden and was ... Read »


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    • John Boylan (Canadian actor)

    • John Boylan is a Canadian film and television actor, recently best known for his supporting roles as Gary Strange in Being Erica, Deputy Police Chief Talbot in Blue Murder and Bishop Richard Cushing in The Kennedys. Boylan attended the National Theatre School of Canada. He has also appeared in the television seri ... Read »


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    • Pauline Brailsford

    • Pauline Alethea Brailsford (born 7 December 1928 in Ecclesall, Sheffield) is an English retired film and television actress. Her most notable performance was A League of Their Own, as the team's chaperone "Miss Cuthburt", for which she shared a 1993 MTV Movie Award nomination with Tom Hanks for Best Kiss. She taught t ... Read »


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    • Betty Lou Bredemus

    • Betty Lou Bredemus (August 13, 1934 – February 19, 2015) was an American actress and acting coach. The matriarch of the Roberts family, which includes Academy Award-winning actress Julia Roberts, Academy Award-nominated actor Eric Roberts, and granddaughter Emma Roberts, she also served in the United States Air Fo ... Read »


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    • Yvonne Brewster

    • Yvonne Brewster, OBE, is a Jamaican-born stage director, teacher and writer. She also co-founded the theatre companies Talawa in the UK and The Barn in Jamaica. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Yvonne Brewster went to the UK to study drama in the mid-1950s at the Rose Bruford College - where she was the UK's first Black ... Read »


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    • Carol Burns

    • Carol Ann Burns (29 October 1947 – 22 December 2015) was an Australian actress, director and patron of the arts. She worked extensively in film, television and theatre in Australia and the United Kingdom. In Australia she was a founding member of the Queensland Theatre Company. Burns was an original cast member, a ... Read »


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    • Jim Calarco

    • Jim Calarco is an actor and a media and drama instructor. Calarco's hometown is North Bay, Ontario. He married Claire Calarco in 1969. He taught media and drama classes from 1969 to 2000. His career began when he was working as the Artistic Director of Caruso's Dinner Theatre in North Bay in 1981 and 1982. Claire ... Read »


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    • Daniel Caldwell

    • Daniel Edmund Caldwell (1935 – March 15, 2015) was an American actor, stage director and drama teacher. He was the founder of Conservatory Theatre Ensemble in Mill Valley, California, where he taught drama at Tamalpais High School. Caldwell attended Tamalpais High School, transferring to Sir Francis Drake Hig ... Read »


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    • Anne Carlisle

    • Anne Carlisle (born 1956) is an American actress, performance artist, acting teacher, author, and model. She is known for co-writing and playing both the lead female and male counterpart roles in the film Liquid Sky. She also played a minor role of "Victoria" in the 1985 Susan Seidelman film Desperately Seeking Susan, ... Read »


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    • Lawrence Carra

    • Lawrence Carra (1909— March 30, 2006) was an American professor of drama at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. He was a director of theater and television as well as a mentor to hundreds of actors and directors. Carra (pronounced cuh-RAH) was born in Salina, Italy. His parents immigrated ... Read »


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    • Jeff Celentano

    • Jeff Celentano (born May 24, 1960), also credited as Jeff Weston, is an American actor, screenwriter, and director. As a character actor, Celentano has starred in such films as American Ninja 2: The Confrontation, Puppet Master II, and Demonic Toys. In 1994, he turned to directing with his first short film, Dickwad. He ... Read »


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    • Michael Chekhov

    • Michael Chekhov

      Mikhail Aleksandrovich "Michael" Chekhov (Russian: Михаил Александрович Чехов, 29 August 1891 – 30 September 1955) was a Russian-American actor, director, author, and theatre practitioner. His acting technique has been used by actors such as C ... Read »


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    • Jeanne Clemson

    • Jeanne Clemson (1922 – September 12, 2009) was an American artistic director, theater director, actress, educator and preservationist. Clemson was considered instrumental in the efforts to save the Fulton Opera House, located in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania, from demolition during the 1950s and 1960s. She is a ... Read »


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    • Ion Cojar

    • Ion Cojar (January 9, 1931 - October 18, 2009) was a Romanian acting teacher, researcher and theatre director. He is the founder of a unique method that revolutionised the Romanian school of acting. Ion Cojar changed the old way of understanding acting in Romania, when the actor was taught how to play theatre, to ... Read »


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    • Charles E. Conrad

    • Charles Erich Conrad (May 23, 1925 – October 29, 2009) was an American actor and acting coach. Born in New York City, the only child of German immigrants, Charles Conrad spent his early years growing up in New York City’s upper east side. At age of 17, he escaped the tenements that lined 89th street and ... Read »


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    • Jeff Corey

    • Jeff Corey

      Jeff Corey (August 10, 1914 – August 16, 2002) was an American stage and screen actor and director who became a well-respected acting teacher after being blacklisted in the 1950s. Jeff Corey was born Arthur Zwerling in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Mary (née Peskin), a Russian Jewish immigrant, and Nathan ... Read »


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    • Richard Courtney

    • Richard Courtney, drama teacher, theatre scholar and leading international expert in children's drama, was born in Newmarket, England on 4 June 1927 and was educated at Culford School and the University of Leeds. Between 1948 and 1952 Courtney studied at Leeds with Shakespeare scholar G. Wilson Knight and Pirandello s ... Read »


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    • Lito Cruz

    • Lito Cruz (born May 14, 1941) is a prominent Argentine stage director and motion picture actor. Lito was born Oscar Alberto Cruz in the working-class La Plata suburb of Berisso in 1941, and began performing in local theatres at the age of 15. Graduating from a La Plata secondary school, he continued to pursue his call ... Read »


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    • Lindy Davies

    • Lindy Davies (29 August 1946, Melbourne, Victoria) has worked as a Director, Actress, Actor Trainer and Performance Consultant, winning awards and nominations for performance, direction and inspirational leadership. Davies has been an influence on many actors, including Cate Blanchett,Dame Harriet Walter, and Julie Ch ... Read »


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    • Betty Deland

    • Betty Deland

      Hedvig Kristina Elisabeth "Betty" Deland, as married Almlöf, (14 November 1831 in Örebro – 1 April 1882 in ), was a Swedish child actresses, actress and principal at Dramatens elevskola. She is often mentioned as one of the most notable actors of her country's history in the Victorian age. Betty was bor ... Read »


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    • Anne Marie Milan Desguillons

    • Anne Marie Milan Desguillons

      Anne Marie Milan Desguillons (1753–1829) was a French stage actress, active in Sweden. She was also active as an instructor and director of the theatre school Dramatens elevskola jointly with her spouse, and as such had a great influence over the development of the Swedish theatre. Anne Marie Milan debuted in Le ... Read »


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    • Josephine Dillon

    • Josephine Dillon

      Josephine Dillon (January 26, 1884 – November 11, 1971) was an American stage and film actress and acting teacher. She is best known as Clark Gable's patron, acting coach and first wife. Born in Denver, Colorado, Dillon was one of six children of Judge Henry Clay Dillon. She was the younger sister of opera si ... Read »


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    • Grant Dodwell

    • Grant Dodwell (born 2 July 1952 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian comedian, producer, actor, writer and director. He has appeared and worked regularly in theatre and has also worked as a drama teacher. Dodwell is a three-time winner of the Silver Logie Award for Most Popular Actor Dodwell has more than ... Read »


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    • Andrei Droznin

    • Andrei Droznin (Russian: Андрей Дрознин) is a Russian theatre director and movement coach. He is perhaps best known for his stage movement technique that has become an essential part of theatre training programs throughout the world [1][2][3]. Andrei Droznin started his career in ... Read »


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    • Louise Dumont

    • Louise Dumont

      Louise Dumont (February 22, 1862 Cologne - 16 May 1932 Düsseldorf, née Louise Maria Hubertine Heynen) was a German actress and theater director. Louise Maria Hubertine Heynen, born on 22 February 1862 in Cologne near Neumarkt, was the second of eleven or twelve siblings. Her parents were the merchant Christi ... Read »


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    • Carmen Duncan

    • Carmen Joan Duncan (born 7 July 1942 in Cooma, New South Wales) is an Australian actress, who has also worked in the United States. Carmen Duncan is known to Australian audiences as a character actress in television, stage an films, as well as having appeared in television commercials. Australian television roles ... Read »


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    • Charlotta Eriksson

    • Charlotta Eriksson

      Charlotta Maria Eriksson (11 February 1794 – 21 April 1862) was a Swedish actress, one of the most popular and notable actors in Sweden in the first half of the 19th century. She was also a translator, an actor-instructor, a vice principal, and a painter. Eriksson's father was an innkeeper with the surname La ... Read »


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    • Otto Felix

    • Otto Felix (December 31, 1942 – December 13, 2008) was a motion picture and television actor, an acting teacher and a still photographer. Raised in Pennsylvania, and a graduate of Fishburne Military School, Waynesboro, Virginia, then he served in the U.S. Army, and worked as a disc jockey in Florida, before beginn ... Read »


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    • Peggy Feury

    • Peggy Feury

      Peggy Feury (30 June 1924 — 20 November 1985) (born Margaret Feury) was an actress on Broadway, in films, and on television. She became a highly regarded acting teacher in New York and then in Los Angeles. Her students included Sean Penn,Meg Ryan,Johnny Depp,Ellen Burstyn,Jeff Goldblum,Vonetta McGee,Lou Gossett, J ... Read »


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    • Howard Fine

    • Howard Fine (born November 28, 1958) is an American acting teacher, theater director, and author. He is the founder of the Howard Fine Acting Studio in Hollywood, California. Fine was born in Providence, Rhode Island, he is the youngest of five children. His parents, Max, an American GI, and Nelly, a Holocaust sur ... Read »


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    • Elsie Fogerty

    • Elsie Fogerty, CBE, LRAM, (16 December 1865, London – 4 July 1945, Leamington, Warwickshire) was an English teacher of voice, diction and drama, who 'taught the stage to speak'. She was founder and principal of the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. The daughter of engineer and architect Joseph Fog ... Read »


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    • Maria Franck

    • Maria Kristina Franck (2 February 1769 – 17 April 1847), was a Swedish actress and drama teacher. She belonged to the pioneer generation at the Royal Dramatic Theatre and belonged to the stars of the first troupe there during her first twenty years on stage. Later, she was active as principal of the theatre school ... Read »


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    • Shanta Gandhi

    • Shanta Gandhi (20 December 1917 – 6 May 2002) was an Indian theatre director, dancer and playwright. She was a founder-member of the central ballet troupe of the Indian People's Theatre Association (IPTA), and toured the country widely through the 1950s. As a playwright she is remembered as an early pioneer in rev ... Read »


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    • Balwant Gargi

    • Balwant Gargi (4 December 1916 – 22 April 2003) (Punjabi: ਬਲਵੰਤ ਗਾਰਗੀ, Balwant Gārgi, Hindi: बलवंत गार्गी, Balwant Gārgi) was a renowned Punjabi language dramatist, theatre director, novelist, and short s ... Read »


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    • Arvind Gaur

    • Arvind Gaur

      Arvind Gaur (अरविन्द गौर), Indian theatre director, is known for his work in innovative, socially and politically relevant theatre in India. Gaur's plays are contemporary and thought-provoking, connecting intimate personal spheres of existence to larger social political ... Read »


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    • Jeremy Geidt

    • Jeremy Wollaston Geidt (25 February 1930 – 6 August 2013) was a British-born American stage actor and acting coach. He was a founding member of both the American Repertory Theater and the Yale Repertory Theatre. Born in London in 1930, Geidt was diagnosed as dyslexic in his youth and dropped out of school. At ... Read »


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    • Geoff Gibbs

    • Geoffrey George "Geoff" Gibbs AM (25 November 1940 – 17 August 2006) was an Australian actor and acting teacher. Gibbs was born in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia in 1940, and was educated at Aquinas College, Perth. He studied for bachelor's and master's degrees in arts at the University of Western Australia, a ... Read »


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    • Irene Gilbert

    • Irene Gilbert (August 25, 1934 – May 21, 2011) was a German-born American actress and school director, who co-founded the Stella Adler Academy in Los Angeles with actress Joanne Linville in 1985. She also served as the Academy's director for approximately 20 years after the school's establishment. Gilbert was bor ... Read »


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    • Hayes Gordon

    • Hayes Gordon AO OBE (February 25, 1920 – October 19, 1999) was an American actor, stage director and acting teacher with a considerable career in Australia. Gordon was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He was mentored by Oscar Hammerstein, and appeared on Broadway in several musicals, including the original p ... Read »


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    • Sofia Lovisa Gråå


    • Sachin Gupta

    • Sachin Gupta

      Sachin Gupta (born 9 March 1978) is an Indian film Producer,Writer and Director.He produces films under Chilsag Motion Pictures & also an Artistic Director of Chilsag Chillies Theatre Company.He made his writing and directorial debut with the critically acclaimed film Paranthe Wali Gali (2014), produced by Chilsag Moti ... Read »


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    • Uta Hagen

    • Uta Hagen

      Uta Thyra Hagen (12 June 1919 – 14 January 2004) was a German American actress and theatre practitioner. She originated the role of Martha in the 1962 Broadway premiere of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee (who called her "a profoundly truthful actress"). Because Hagen was on the Hollywood blacklist, ... Read »


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    • Marcia Haufrecht

    • Marcia Haufrecht (born January 3, 1937 as Marcia Haufreucht) is an American actress, playwright and director, as well as a noted acting teacher and coach. A life member of The Actors Studio, and a longtime member of The Ensemble Studio Theatre, she is also the founder and artistic director of the Off-Off-Broadway comp ... Read »


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    • Leila Hayes

    • Leila Hayes (12 February 1942) is an Australian actress, actors agent, radio presenter, playwright, producer and drama teacher, she remains best known for playing "Beryl Palmer/Hamilton" in the hit 1980s soap opera Sons and Daughters throughout its entire run. She began her career as a singer. In the 1970s she acted o ... Read »


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    • Michael Howard (American actor)

    • Michael Howard (born April 23, 1923) is an American actor, director, and master teacher, and founder of Michael Howard Studios in New York City. Mr. Howard was born Robert Horowitz on April 23, 1923 on the east side of Manhattan at the Salvation Army Hospital on 16th Street to Gertrude Lang and George Horowitz. Hi ... Read »


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    • Adil Hussain

    • Adil Hussain

      Adil Hussain (Assamese: আদিল হুছেইন, born 5 October 1963) is an Indian stage, television and film actor from the state of Assam, who works in mainstream Bollywood as well as art house cinema. He has worked in International Film like The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Life ... Read »


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    • Jay W. Jensen

    • Jay W. Jensen (August 4, 1931 – February 17, 2007) was a Miami Beach, Florida, drama teacher known as "The Teacher to the Stars". Jensen is credited with inspiring the acting talents of such well-known actors as Andy García and Mickey Rourke. Jensen was born in Irvington, New Jersey. He was the only child ... Read »


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    • Barry John (theatre director)

    • Barry John (born 1944) is a British born, Indian theatre director and teacher, who was the Founder-Director of 'Theatre Action Group' (TAG) (1973), one of the early theatre groups based in Delhi. In 1997, he launched Imago Media Company, along with Sanjay Sujitabh, and also started Imago Acting School in Delhi, both of ... Read »


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    • Heisnam Kanhailal

    • Heisnam Kanhailal (17 January 1941 – 6 October 2016) was an Indian art theatre personality. For his work, he was awarded the Padma Shri civilian award in 2004 and the Padma Bhushan civilian award in 2016 by the Government of India. He was the founder-director of Kalakshetra Manipur, a theatre laboratory establishe ... Read »


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    • Kishore Namit Kapoor

    • Kishore Namit Kapoor

      Kishore Namit Kapoor (born 1949) is an Indian actor, author and film-acting trainer. He has trained some of the most prominent film and television actors of the Hindi industry including Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra. His books on acting, ‘You Are The Instrument, You Are The Player’ and ... Read »


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    • Anna Karen

    • Anna Karen (born Ana Caren Krege on 19 September 1936), is a South African film, television and theatre actress. A regular in soaps and comedy, her best-known roles are in the sitcoms On the Buses and The Rag Trade. She has also appeared in BBC TV's EastEnders from 1996 on a recurring basis as Aunt Sal. Early in h ... Read »


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    • Milton Katselas

    • Milton George Katsalas (December 22, 1933 – October 24, 2008) was an American director and producer of stage and film, as well as a famous Hollywood acting instructor and coach who trained under Elia Kazan and Lee Strasberg at the acclaimed Actors Studio in New York City. In 1978 he acquired the Beverly Hills Play ... Read »


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    • Cheryl Kennedy

    • Cheryl Kennedy (born 29 April 1947) is an English actress. She was born in Enfield, Middlesex, educated at a convent and first appeared at the age of 15 at Stratford East Theatre Workshop in What a Crazy World. She enjoyed success as a stage actress, notably in West End musicals such as the 1967 revival of The Boy Fri ... Read »


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    • Javed Khan Amrohi

    • Javed Khan Amrohi

      Javed Khan Amrohi is an Indian film and television actor who has acted in various Films counting up to 150 Hindi films. He is best known for his role in Academy Award-nominated Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001), Andaz Apna Apna (1994) and Shah Rukh Khan starrer Chak De! India (2007).He has also worked in TV ser ... Read »


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    • Anupam Kher

    • Anupam Kher

      Anupam Kher (born 7 March 1955) is an Indian actor who has appeared in over 500 films and many plays. Mainly working in Hindi films, he has also appeared in acclaimed international films such as the 2002 Golden Globe nominated Bend It Like Beckham, Ang Lee's 2007 Golden Lion-winning Lust, Caution, and David O. Russell' ... Read »


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    • Maria Knebel

    • Maria Osipovna Knebel (31 May [O.S. 19 May] 1898 – 1 June 1985) was a Russian theatre practitioner. Having trained with Konstantin Stanislavski, Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, and Michael Chekhov, her work integrated the approaches and emphases of all three, with a particular focus on Stanislavski's techn ... Read »


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    • Sally Knyvette

    • Sally Knyvette (born 9 February 1951) is a British actress, director and drama teacher. Born Sally James in Horsham, West Sussex, the daughter of a doctor, Knyvette took acting lessons while running a French restaurant in the Kings Road, London, then acted in repertory theatre for seven years, acting mostly on stage, ... Read »


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    • Christina Kokubo

    • Christina Kokubo (July 27, 1950 in Detroit, Michigan – June 9, 2007) was an American film and television actress; she was also a drama teacher. Kokubo appeared in several feature films, including The Yakuza (1975), a neo-noir gangster film set in Japan, and Midway (1976), in which she played a Japanese-Americ ... Read »


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    • Alvina Krause

    • Alvina Krause (January 28, 1893 – December 31, 1981) was an American drama teacher at Northwestern University, theatrical entrepreneur, "maker of stars", and director. Her students called her AK. As a girl in rural Wisconsin she found a copy of Hamlet (one source says Doll's House), and was smitten with a ... Read »


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    • Carolina Kuhlman

    • Carolina Kuhlman

      Ottilia Carolina Kuhlman, also Carolina Deland and Carolina Åbergsson, (1778 – 12 April 1866), was a Swedish actress, the leading lady on the Swedish stage during the Napoleon era in the first two decades of the 19th century. Carolina Kuhlman was educated in singing at the royal theaters from 1791, and was 179 ... Read »


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    • John Lazarus

    • John Lazarus may refer to: ... Read »


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    • Robert Lewis (director)

    • Robert Lewis (director)

      Robert Lewis (March 16, 1909 – November 23, 1997) was an American actor, director, teacher, author and founder of the influential Actors Studio in New York in 1947. In addition to his accomplishments on Broadway and in Hollywood, Lewis' greatest and longest lasting contribution to American theater may be the role ... Read »


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    • Phyllis Love

    • Phyllis Love

      Phyllis Love (December 21, 1925 – October 30, 2011) was an American theater and television actress. Following her graduation in 1948 from Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (which later would merge with Mellon Institute of Industrial Research to form Carnegie Mellon University), Love made her way t ... Read »


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    • Volodymyr Lukashev

    • Volodymyr Lukashev (born May 7, 1936) - Ukrainian opera director, theatrical figure, teacher. People's Artist of Ukraine, winner of international awards, Professor. In years 1973-1988 - director of Kharkiv opera. In years 1963-1989 professor of Kharkiv National Kotlyarevsky University of Arts Since 1996 - director of ... Read »


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    • Colm Magner

    • Colm Magner

      Colm Magner is a Canadian actor, writer, and director now based in New York City. He has worked in theatre, television, and film in Canada since 1982, during which time he worked with several of Canada's theatre companies including Da Da Kamera, DNA Theatre, and with DD Kugler, director and former dramaturge for the Ne ... Read »


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    • Mohan Maharishi

    • Mohan Maharishi (Hindi: मोहन महर्षि) is an Indian theatre director, actor and a playwright. He was awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for 'Direction' in 1992. Mohan Maharishi graduated from National School of Drama, New Delhi in 1965, and later served as its D ... Read »


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    • Yat Malmgren

    • Yat Malmgren (28 March 1916 – 6 June 2002) was a Swedish dancer and acting teacher, born in Gävle, Sweden to Gustaf Sigurd Eriksson and Signe Emma Maria Malmgren. Born Gert Olof Sigurd Eriksson, he changed his surname due to a strained relationship with his father, to Malmgren, which was his mother's maiden na ... Read »


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    • Paul Nicholas Mason

    • Paul Nicholas Mason (1958 -) is an English-born Canadian novelist, playwright, and actor. Mason has published two plays, The Discipline Committee and Circles of Grace (1995), which have been produced in Canada, Ireland and the United States. His play Sister Camille's Kaleidoscopic Cabaret won the Christians in Theatre ... Read »


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    • Jerry McGonigle

    • Jerry McGonigle is an associate professor of acting and directing at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia. McGonigle began teaching at the university in 1990. He has acted in and directed theatrical productions and has directed short and independent films. ... Read »


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    • Alethea McGrath

    • Alethea McGrath

      Alethea Ada McGrath (1 June 1920 – 9 February 2016) was an Australian actress and comedian who played the role of Jocasta Nu in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones. She was widely known for her roles on television, playing Dot Farrar in Prisoner and three different roles in Neighbours: Miss Logan in ... Read »


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    • Sanford Meisner

    • Sanford Meisner

      Sanford Meisner (August 31, 1905 – February 2, 1997), also known as Sandy, was an American actor and acting teacher who developed an approach to acting instruction that is now known as the Meisner technique. While Meisner was exposed to method acting at the Group Theatre, his approach differed markedly in that he ... Read »


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    • Anton Milenin

    • Anton Michailovič Milenin (Russian: Антон Миленин; Moscow, April 7, 1969) is a Russian theatre actor, director and teacher who has been working in Italy and Russia for more than fifteen years. He is currently the rector of the Universal Academy of Hermeneutics Born and raised ... Read »


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    • Louis Monrose

    • Antoine-Martial Louis Barizain also called Louis Monrose or Monrose (1811–1883) was an 19th-century French actor. The actor Claude Louis Séraphin Barizain (1783-1843) was his father. The actress Mademoiselle Monrose was his step sister due to her marriage with his brother, Eugène (Barizain). He was appointe ... Read »


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    • Eric Morris (actor)

    • Eric Morris (actor)

      Eric Morris is an American acting teacher and actor who founded his own theory of acting based on the works of Lee Strasberg and Martin Landau. Morris lives with his wife in Los Angeles and teaches actors the Eric Morris System of Acting. His parents were Scottish Immigrants; his father emigrated from Scotland to ... Read »


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    • Robert Michael Morris

    • Robert Michael Morris is an American actor. He is known for his co-starring role as Mickey Deane in the reality television spoof The Comeback and as Mr. Lunt in the short-lived series Running Wilde. Morris became a professional actor relatively late in life, having been a college theatre professor before deciding to re ... Read »


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    • George Morrison (acting teacher)

    • George Morrison (1928 – June 28, 2014) was one of the leading teachers of acting in the United States. Morrison was born in Evanston, Illinois. He attended the public schools there and started acting in the pioneering children’s theater headed by Winifred Ward. By age 13 he was playing Tom Sawyer in an e ... Read »


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    • Maynard Morrison

    • Maynard Morrison, a Canadian comedian, actor,director, and teacher from Sydney, Nova Scotia, has performed on TV, radio and in live venues across Canada. He was also a teacher of performing arts at Sydney Academy in Sydney, Nova Scotia, retiring in 2015. His teaching career spans over 30 years of developmental drama / ... Read »


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    • Caroline Müller (mezzo-soprano)


    • Allardyce Nicoll

    • John Ramsay Allardyce Nicoll (28 June 1894 – 17 April 1976) was a British literary scholar and teacher. Allardyce Nicoll was born and educated in Glasgow. He became a lecturer at King's College London in 1920 and took the chair of English at East London College (later Queen Mary's College) in 1923. In 1933 he wen ... Read »


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    • Bryan O'Byrne


    • Josh Pais

    • Josh Pais (born June 21, 1964) is an American acting coach and film and television actor. Pais was born in New York City, New York, and is the son of Lila Lee (née Atwill), a painter and poet, and Dutch-born physicist, professor, and writer Abraham Pais. His father was from a Jewish family and his mother conver ... Read »


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    • Lauri Peters

    • Lauri Peters (born Patricia Peterson; July 2, 1943) is an American actress, dancer, singer, drama teacher and author. Peters created the role of Liesl Von Trapp in the original 1959 Broadway production of The Sound of Music. She received a Tony Award nomination for Best Supporting or Featured Actress in a Musical, whi ... Read »


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