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Hume Cronyn

Hume CronynAKA Hume Blake Cronyn

Born: 18-Jul-1911
Birthplace: London, Ontario, Canada
Died: 15-Jun-2003
Location of death: Fairfield, CT
Cause of death: Cancer - Prostate

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Cocoon

Father: Hume Blake Cronyn, Sr.
Wife: Emily Woodruff (m. 1935, div. 1941)
Wife: Jessica Tandy (m. 27-Sep-1942, d. 11-Sep-1994, one son, one daughter)
Son: Christopher Cronyn (film production manager, b. 22-Jul-1943)
Daughter: Tandy Cronyn (actress, b. 26-Nov-1945)
Daughter: Susan Tettmer (adoptive, daughter of Tandy and Jack Hawkins)
Wife: Susan Cooper (m. 20-Jul-1996, until his death)

    High School: Ridley College, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

    Kappa Alpha Society
    Emmy 1990 for Age-Old Friends
    Emmy 1992 for Broadway Bound
    Emmy 1994 for To Dance with the White Dog
    Kennedy Center Honor 1986
    National Medal of Arts 1990
    Canada's Walk of Fame 1999
    Hernia Operation
    Missing Eye
    Risk Factors: Gonorrhea

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    A Separate Peace (12-Sep-2004)
    Broadway: The Golden Age (Apr-2003) · Himself
    Off Season (16-Dec-2001)
    Yesterday's Children (15-Oct-2000)
    Santa & Pete (5-Dec-1999)
    Alone (21-Dec-1997)
    12 Angry Men (17-Aug-1997)
    Marvin's Room (18-Dec-1996) · Marvin
    Camilla (25-Nov-1994)
    The Pelican Brief (17-Dec-1993)
    To Dance with the White Dog (5-Dec-1993)
    Broadway Bound (23-Mar-1992)
    Christmas on Division Street (15-Dec-1991) · Cleveland Meriwether
    Day One (5-Mar-1989)
    Cocoon: The Return (23-Nov-1988) · Joe Finley
    batteries not included (18-Dec-1987) · Frank
    Cocoon (21-Jun-1985) · Joe Finley
    Brewster's Millions (22-May-1985) · Rupert Horn
    Impulse (28-Sep-1984)
    The World According to Garp (23-Jul-1982)
    Rollover (11-Dec-1981)
    Honky Tonk Freeway (21-Aug-1981)
    Conrack (28-Aug-1974)
    The Parallax View (14-Jun-1974)
    There Was a Crooked Man... (19-Sep-1970) · Dudley Whinner
    Gaily, Gaily (16-Dec-1969) · Grogan
    The Arrangement (18-Nov-1969) · Arthur
    Hamlet (23-Sep-1964)
    Cleopatra (12-Jun-1963) · Sosigenes
    Sunrise at Campobello (28-Sep-1960) · Louis McHenry Howe
    People Will Talk (29-Aug-1951) · Prof. Rodney Elwell
    Top o' the Morning (31-Aug-1949) · Hughie Devine
    The Bride Goes Wild (3-Mar-1948)
    Brute Force (30-Jun-1947) · Capt. Munsey
    The Beginning or the End (19-Feb-1947) · Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer
    The Green Years (4-Jul-1946) · Papa Leckie
    The Postman Always Rings Twice (2-May-1946) · Arthur Keats
    Ziegfeld Follies (8-Apr-1946) · Monty
    A Letter for Evie (28-Jan-1946) · John Phineas McPherson
    The Sailor Takes a Wife (28-Dec-1945)
    Main Street After Dark (12-Jan-1945)
    The Seventh Cross (24-Jul-1944) · Paul Roeder
    Lifeboat (11-Jan-1944) · Stanley Garrett
    The Cross of Lorraine (12-Nov-1943)
    Phantom of the Opera (27-Aug-1943)
    Shadow of a Doubt (12-Jan-1943) · Herbie Hawkins


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