Kim Stanley

Kim Stanley

Performer

Kim Stanley, the actress who distinguished herself in the 1950s in William Inge's Picnic and Bus Stop on Broadway, and earned two Academy Award nominations, died Aug. 20, 2001, in Sante Fe, N.M., after a long illness, The New York Times reported. Kim Stanley, the actress who distinguished herself in the 1950s in William Inge's Picnic and Bus Stop on Broadway, and earned two Academy Award nominations, died Aug. 20 in Sante Fe, N.M., after a long illness, The New York Times reported.

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  • Also known as: Patricia Kimberley Reid
  • Born: Feb 11, 1925 in Tularosa, NM, USA
  • Death: Aug 20, 2001 in Santa Fe, NM, USA

Roles (11)

The Three Sisters Playbill - June 1964 The Three Sisters (1964)
Opened Jun 22, 1964
  • as Masha (Andrei's sister) (Original)
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Natural Affection Playbill - Jan 1963 Natural Affection (1963)
Opened Jan 31, 1963
  • as Sue Barker (Original)
Natural Affection - Opening Night
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A Far Country Playbill - Opening Night, Apr 1961 A Far Country (1961)
Opened Apr 4, 1961
  • as Elizabeth von Ritter (Original)
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Chéri Playbill - November 1959 Chéri (1959)
Opened Oct 12, 1959
  • as Léa de Lonval (Original)
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A Touch of the Poet Playbill - Dec 1958 A Touch of the Poet (1958)
Opened Oct 2, 1958
  • as Sara Melody (Original)
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A Clearing in the Woods Playbill - Jan 1957 A Clearing in the Woods (1957)
Opened Jan 10, 1957
  • as Virginia (Original)
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Bus Stop Playbill - March 1955 Bus Stop (1955)
Opened Mar 2, 1955
  • as Cherie (Original)
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The Traveling Lady Playbill - October 1954 The Traveling Lady (1954)
Opened Oct 27, 1954
  • as Georgette Thomas (Original)
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Picnic Playbill - June 1953 Picnic (1953)
Opened Feb 19, 1953
  • as Millie Owens (Original)
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The Chase Playbill - April 1952 The Chase (1952)
Opened Apr 15, 1952
  • as Anna Reeves (Original)
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Awards

Outer Critics Circle
1952 Special Award The Chase Winner
Theatre World Awards
1952 Theatre World Award The Chase Winner
Tony Award
1962 Best Actress in a Play A Far Country Nominee
1959 Best Actress in a Play A Touch of the Poet Nominee
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