Nora Dunfee

 

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Nora Dunfee was an American Broadway and film actress. Born in Belmont, Ohio, Dunfee began her professional acting career at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine, starring in Sinclair Lewis's production of "Our Town". Her stage credits on- and off-broadway include "Madam, Will You Walk? ", "The Midnight Caller", "The Visit", "The Last Days of Lincoln" and "Crowbar". She also appeared in several films, most notably as the elderly lady at the bus stop who gives Tom Hanks advice in Forrest Gump. Dunfee studied speech and voice under Margaret Prendergast McLean and taught for many years in the graduate acting program of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She also taught privately in New York and California and coached many actors over the years, including Julie Haydon, James Earl Jones, Raul Julia, Diane Keaton, Mel Gibson and Keanu Reeves. In theater, she was a vocal consultant for "The Real Thing"

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Nora Dunfee

Born 1915-12-25 (105 years ago) in Belmont.

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Name From To Relationship type
David Clarke(Gifta: 1946–1994-12-23) 1946 1994-12-23 Gifta
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Susan Dunfee, K.C. Ligon

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Nora Dunfee was an American Broadway and film actress.

Born in Belmont, Ohio, Dunfee began her professional acting career at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine, starring in Sinclair Lewis's production of "Our Town". Her stage credits on- and off-broadway include "Madam, Will You Walk?", "The Midnight Caller", "The Visit", "The Last Days of Lincoln" and "Crowbar". She also appeared in several films, most notably as the elderly lady at the bus stop who gives Tom Hanks advice in Forrest Gump.

Dunfee studied speech and voice under Margaret Prendergast McLean and taught for many years in the graduate acting program of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She also taught privately in New York and California and coached many actors over the years, including Julie Haydon, James Earl Jones, Raul Julia, Diane Keaton, Mel Gibson and Keanu Reeves. In theater, she was a vocal consultant for "The Real Thing". "Two Gentlemen of Verona" and "A Lie of the Mind", and cinematically, she served as dialect coach for such films as Witness, Crimes of the Heart, and The Serpent and the Rainbow.

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