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Anne Jackson, a distinguished star of the stage who was half of one of America’s best-known acting couples .
Anne Jackson, a distinguished star of the stage who was half of one of America’s best-known acting couples, sharing much of a long and distinguished career with her husband, Eli Wallach, died on Tuesday at her home in Manhattan. From the early 1950s to 2000, when they starred Off Broadway in Anne Meara’s comedy Down the Garden Paths, they captivated audiences with their onstage synergy, displaying the tense affections and sizzling battles of two old pros who knew both how to love and how to fight. Ms. Jackson, who had endured a difficult life growing up in Brooklyn, carved out an impressive stage career of her own.
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Anne Jackson has just written a book about all this, and she seems amazed that she wrote i.
Anne Jackson has just written a book about all this, and she seems amazed that she wrote it. She was all set to burn an early, incomplete draft, she says, until her artist son Peter told her, "It's not a work of art until it's finished. Early Stages" is partly Jackson's effort to understand her cold, rigid, snobbish Irish Catholic mother and her whimsical, Croatian Marxist father, who called himself, picturesquely, "Citizen John Jackson. It is also an unusually detailed and vivid chronicle of a poor childhood, capturing the look and feel of a grimy Pennsylvania town called Job's Hole (after the bilical Job) and then the teeming Brooklyn of the 1930s.
Very early stages: readers who come to this memoir expecting show-biz anecdotes from the early career of Mrs. Eli Wallach will be disappointed-and then perhaps intrigued-to discover an open, direct, unglamorous volume of childhood memories. Anna lackson grew up as the youngest of a trio of red-haired ""daughts""-that's what they were called by Pop, a heavily-accented Croatian barber with Socialist ideals and footloose inclinations.
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Anna Jane Jackson (September 3, 1925 – April 12, 2016) was an American actress of stage, screen, and television. She was the wife of actor Eli Wallach, with whom she often co-starred. In 1956, she was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her performance in Paddy Chayefsky's Middle of the Night. In 1963, she won an Obie Award for Best Actress for her performance in two Off-Broadway plays, The Typists and The Tiger.
Anne Jackson, the wife of Eli Wallach, died Tuesday at her home in Manhattan at 9.
Anne Jackson, the wife of Eli Wallach, died Tuesday at her home in Manhattan at 90. Like Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy, Ms. Jackson and Mr. Wallach were a stage couple of notoriety. Starring together 13 times on Broadway, seven times Off Broadway, and in movies and TV. Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson. Anna Jane Jackson was born on Sept. In 1979, Ms. Jackson published a memoir called Early Stage, a frank examination of her childhood and the years of turmoil that made her who she was. Related ItemsAnne Jackson Broadway Eli Wallach Lee Strasberg. Marilyn Monroe New Suzanna Bowling Times Square Chronicles.