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Paton, Angela, 1930-2016

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Personal name headingPaton, Angela, 1930-2016
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Variant(s)Goldsby, Angela Paton, 1930-2016
Goldsby, Angela
Paton, Angela
Associated placeMalibu (Calif.)
Birth date1930-01-11
Death date2016-05-26
Place of birthBrooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Place of deathOakland (Calif.)
Field of activityTheater Motion pictures Television Translating and interpreting
AffiliationAmerican Conservatory Theater Berkeley Stage Company Berkeley Repertory Theatre (Berkeley, Calif.)
Profession or occupationActors Theatrical producers and directors Translators
Found inThe Actor's eye [MP] 1976: credits (directed by Angela Paton)
Plays of the year. Volume 31, c1967: table of contents (Let's get a divorce, translated by Angela Goldsby)
U.S. copyright file, Aug. 12, 2008 (Goldsby, Angela Paton, 1930-; Paton, Angela, 1930- )
Find a grave, Sept. 1, 20021 (Angela Paton; b. 11 January 1930, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York; d. 26 May 2016, Oakland, Alameda County, California; Theater, TV and film actress. Angela was known for roles in Groundhog Day and American Wedding; Spouse: Robert Weddington Goldsby)
Groundhog Day, 2018: title screen (Angela Paton, cast member)
IMDb, August 18, 2021 (Angela Paton, actress; born January 11, 1930, in Brooklyn, New York; a veteran of the American Conservatory Theater; she and her husband Robert Goldsby founded the Berkeley Stage Company in the 1970s; later she lived in Malibu, California; active in film and television, early 1970s-2014; died May 26, 2016, in Oakland, California)
IMDb, page for film The actor's eye, August 18, 2021 (Angela Paton, stage director who appears in documentary short about the Berkeley Stage Company as it goes through the rehearsal process of a new play; formerly a leading lady with the American Conservatory Theater), obituary for Angela Paton Goldsby, via WWW, August 18, 2021 (Angela Paton Goldsby, actress, director, and translator in the Bay Area and Los Angeles; leading lady at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, 1966-1972; directed and acted for the Berkeley Repertory Theater; in 1974 formed the Berkeley Stage Company, dedicated to producing plays from up and coming new playwrights; husband, Robert W. Goldsby), list of translations of playwright Victorien Sardou, via WWW, August 18, 2021 (Angela Goldsby, translator with Robert Goldsby of Let's get a divorce by Victorien Sardou and Emile de Najac; translation first published in 1958)
Associated languageeng
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