Daniel Mann

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Daniel Mann
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Born Daniel Chugerman
(1912-08-08)August 8, 1912
New York City, New York
Died November 21, 1991(1991-11-21) (aged 79)
Los Angeles, California
Spouse(s) Mary Kathleen Williams (1948[1]-?; divorced)
Sherry Presnell (divorced)

Daniel Mann, also known as Daniel Chugerman (August 8, 1912 – November 21, 1991), was an American film and television director.

Mann was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Helen and Samuel Chugerman, a lawyer.[1] He was a stage actor since childhood, and attended Erasmus Hall High School, New York's Professional Children's School and the Neighborhood Playhouse.[2] He entered films in 1952 as a director, and is known for his excellent ear for dialogue. Most of Mann's films were adaptations from the stage (Come Back Little Sheba, The Rose Tattoo, The Teahouse of the August Moon) and literature (BUtterfield 8, The Last Angry Man).

Mann died of heart failure in Los Angeles, California, in November 1991. He is buried in the Jewish Cemetery Hillside Memorial Park (for over 70 years, Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary has-been dedicated to serving the Southern California Jewish Community).[3] He had three children with his wife, actress Mary Kathleen Williams;[citation needed] their daughter, Erica Mann, is the widow of director Harold Ramis.[4][5]

Filmography as director[edit]

Select Theatre Credits[edit]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.filmreference.com/film/26/Daniel-Mann.html
  2. ^ Honan, William H. "Daniel Mann, 79, the Director Of Successful Plays and Films", The New York Times, November 23, 1991. Accessed December 13, 2007. "Mr. Mann was born in Brooklyn, the youngest of five children of a lawyer named Samuel Chugermann. He attended Erasmus Hall High School, but quit after an argument with a physics teacher and completed his education at the Children's Professional School."
  3. ^ http://www.hillsidememorial.org/pdfs/DistResBook_webversion3.pdf
  4. ^ Caro, Mark. "Harold Ramis, Chicago actor, writer and director, dead at 69". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved February 24, 2014. 
  5. ^ "Daniel Mann, 79, the Director Of Successful Plays and Films". The New York Times. November 23, 1991. 

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