Helen Hayes Brown
|Born||Oct 10, 1900|
|Died||Mar 17, 1993|
|Age||Died at 92|
|Final Resting PlaceOak Hill Cemetery|
|Top Roles||Catherine Barkley, Madelon Claudet, Leora Arrowsmith, Tourist, Angela Chiaromonte|
|Top Genres||Drama, Romance, Comedy, Film Adaptation, War, Adventure|
|Top Topics||Book-Based, Based on Play, Aviation|
|Top Collaborators||Lewis Stone, Clarence Brown (Director), Leo McCarey (Director), William K. Howard (Director)|
|Shares birthday with||James Clavell, Richard Jaeckel, Gregory Gaye see more..|
Helen Hayes Overview:
Legendary actress, Helen Hayes, was born Helen Hayes Brown on Oct 10, 1900 in Washington, DC. Hayes died at the age of 92 on Mar 17, 1993 in Nyack, NY and was laid to rest in Oak Hill Cemetery in Nyack, NY.
MINI BIO:Fair-haired American child actress who become one of the great Broadway stars of the twenties. Despite an Academy Award for The Sin of Madelon Claudet, she soon returned to the stage to pursue her theatrical style. Her return to films in later years was more successful, and she won another Academy Award for Airport. Married writer Charles MacArthur (died 1956); actor James MacArthur is their adopted son. Died from congestive heart disease. (Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Stars).
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Helen Hayes was nominated for two Academy Awards, winning for Best Actress for The Sin of Madelon Claudet (as Madelon) in 1931/32 for Best Supporting Actress for Airport (as Ada Quonsett) in 1970.
|1931/32||Best Actress||The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1931)||Madelon||Won|
|1970||Best Supporting Actress||Airport (1970)||Ada Quonsett||Won|
She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Radio. In addition, Hayes was inducted into the Womens Hall of Fame .
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Helen Hayes Quotes:
Stella 'Stell' Hallam: I've given up trying to figure out what your family thinks, Vicky. They just speak another language. I know this though: that I don't care any more what they think.
Victor Hallam: Well, I care.
Stella 'Stell' Hallam: You've always cared.
Victor Hallam: When it comes right down to it, my family have a sense of values that's pretty sane and level-headed.
Stella 'Stell' Hallam: Yes, I know it.
Victor Hallam: You know it, but you don't believe it. Is that it?
Stella 'Stell' Hallam: I do believe it, Vicky. And I believe also that all the Hallams in all the world are always right. They're so sure they know what you are - till after awhile they almost make you believe you're what they think you are. And then heaven help you - if you're not strong enough to help yourself.
Victor Hallam: Stella, you're all upset over nothing. I don't see what you're driving at.
Stella 'Stell' Hallam: There's so much you don't see, Vicky, that it almost breaks my heart.
Dr. Martin Arrowsmith: You've got to get used to hearing my ideas.
Leora Arrowsmith: Oh! I'm gonna hear a lot of them?
Dr. Martin Arrowsmith: You're going to marry me.
Leora Arrowsmith: You don't tell me.
Dr. Martin Arrowsmith: I certainly do.
Leora Arrowsmith: Now, you know, I shouldn't wonder if you're right. Of course, it's a little early in the game to be dead sure, but I shouldn't wonder.
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