Gender
Male
Born
Nov 24, 1930
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died
May 24, 2008
New York, New York, USA
Stage Manager Production Staff
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Farley Granger
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Biography: Robert Calhoun was born on November 24, 1930 in Brooklyn, New York. He studied at the University of Maryland, and served for three years in the United States Navy. His early work was with institutions such as the National Repertory Theater and the Mark Taper Forum. He directed and produced for various critically-acclaimed television series. He co-authored Include Me Out, his lifetime partner actor Farley Granger's 2007 memoir.

TV Credits: Directing credit: "Another World." Producing Credits: "Another World," "Texas," "As the World Turns," and "Guiding Light."

Other Awards: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for "As the World Turns" in 1987.

Trivia:
He translated Italian film scripts into English for several years after moving to Italy in 1970.
The Crucible (Apr 06, 1964 - May 02, 1964)
  • Production Supervisor: Robert Calhoun
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The Seagull (Apr 05, 1964 - May 02, 1964)
  • Production Supervisor: Robert Calhoun
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New Faces of 1962 (Feb 01, 1962 - Feb 24, 1962)
  • Stage Manager: Robert Calhoun
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