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(1923-08-24)August 24, 1923
Butler, Pennsylvania, United States
|Died||May 11, 1979(1979-05-11) (aged 55)
New York, New York, USA
|Occupation||Film, stage, television actress|
Dr. Charles C. Hogan
She was born in Butler, Pennsylvania, and died at the age of 55 of cancer in New York City. A founding member of The Actors Studio, Chandler appeared in several feature films, five Broadway plays, and about 12 television programs, such as Studio One and Starlight Theatre. She was married twice, first to David McKay, with whom she had one daughter, and then to Dr. Charles C. Hogan. Both marriages ended in divorce.
- Philco Television Playhouse (1 episode, 1949)
- - " The House of the Seven Gables" (1949) TV episode
- Actors Studio (1 episode, 1950)
- - Sanctuary in Paris (1950) TV episode
- Starlight Theatre (1 episode, 1950)
- - The Roman Kid (1950) TV episode
- Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (1 episode, 1951) - Hester
- - The Silver Cord (1951) TV episode
- Somerset Maugham TV Theatre (1 episode, 1951)
- - The Romantic Young Lady (1951) TV episode
- Armstrong Circle Theatre (1 episode, 1951)
- - A Different World (1951) TV episode
- Celanese Theatre (1 episode, 1951) - Miriamne
- - " Winterset" (1951) TV episode
- Suspense (1 episode, 1951)
- - Mikki (1951) TV episode
- Robert Montgomery Presents (1 episode, 1952)
- - The Closed Door (1952) TV episode
- Four Star Playhouse (1 episode, 1954)
- - Detective's Holiday (1954) TV episode
- Westinghouse Studio One (2 episodes, 1950–1956)
- - Song for a Summer Night (1956) TV episode
- - Spectre of Alexander Wolff (1950) TV episode
- The Disenchanted (Breit-Schulberg)
- Performer: Joan Chandler (Jere Halliday) - Replacement - Coronet Theatre - December 3, 1958 to May 16, 1959
- The Tempest (William Shakespeare)
- Starring: Joan Chandler (Miranda) - American Shakespeare Festival - August 1, 1955 to September 3, 1955
- My Three Angels (Samuel and Bella Spewack)
- Starring: Joan Chandler (Marie Louise Ducotel) - Morosco Theatre - March 11, 1953 to January 2, 1954
- The Lady From the Sea (Ibsen)
- Performer: Joan Chandler (Boletta) - Fulton Theatre - August 7, 1950 to August 19, 1950
- Where's Charley? (Loesser-Abbott)
- Starring: Joan Chandler (Amy Spettigue) - Replacement - musical based on Charley's Aunt - St. James Theatre - October 11, 1948 to September 9, 1950
- "Butler actress makes debut in 'Humoresque'". The Pittsburgh Press. 1 December 1946. p. 17. Retrieved 9 July 2016.
- Garfield, David (1980). "Birth of The Actors Studio: 1947-1950". A Player's Place: The Story of The Actors Studio. New York: MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc. p. 52. ISBN 0-02-542650-8.
Also [in Lewis' class were] Henry Barnard, Jay Barney, John Becher, Philip Bourneuf, Joan Chandler, Peter Cookson, Stephen Elliott, Robert Emhardt, Joy Geffen, William Hansen, Will Hare, Jane Hoffman, George Keane, Don Keefer, George Matthews, Peggy Meredith, Ty Perry, Margaret Phillips, David Pressman, William Prince, Elliot Reid, Frances Reid, Kurt Richards, Elizabeth Ross, Thelma Schnee, Joshua Shelley, Fed Stewart, John Straub, Michael Strong, John Sylvester, Julie Warren, Mary Welch, Lois Wheeler, and William Woodson.
- Cook, Joan (15 May 1979). "Joan Chandler Dead: Played on Broadway in My Three Angels". The New York Times. p. B8.
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