American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Strasberg, Lee 1901-1982. Austrian-born American theatrical director and teacher who studied under Stanislavsky and was an influential exponent of his method of acting.
- n. United States actor and film director (born in Austria) who was a leader in developing method acting in the United States (1901-1982)
“Any frikkin 'Strasberg student could have done a competent job on that cardboard cutout.”
“Time magazine reported that Lansky called Strasberg, praising his performance with a lighthearted lesson for the famous head of the Actors Studio: "You did good.”
“Everyone placates her, including her furrowed brow-plagued business partner, Milton Greene (Dominic Cooper), and her coddling acting coach, Paula Strasberg (ZoÃ« Wanamaker).”
“Everyone placates her, including her furrowed brow-plagued business partner, Milton Greene (Dominic Cooper), and her coddling acting coach, Paula Strasberg (Zoë Wanamaker).”
“He took further acting lessons from Lee Strasberg and played a small part in the film Me, Natalie in 1969.”
“A wise school-teacher sends him to acting class and before you know it, Leguizamo is studying under Lee Strasberg.”
“Capote wanted Marilyn Monroe to play Holly Golightly but her mentor, Lee Strasberg, advised her that playing a 'prostitute' would be bad for her image, so she turned it down.”
“Roger Kumble, David Elzer and Molly O'Keefe are thrilled to announce that Girls Talk is extending with two new "girls" at the Lee Strasberg Theatre, 7936 Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood.”
“Although she suffered severe stage fright during her early years, she went on to attend the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, where she majored in theater, as well as the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute.”
“After gaining a scholarship to Erwin Piscator's drama workshop, he eventually moved to the equally legendary Actor's Studio headed by Lee Strasberg.”
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