Daniel Mann

1912 - 1991

Stage, television and film director Daniel Mann was born Daniel Chugerman on August 8, 1912, in Brooklyn, NY. He was a child performer and attended the New York's Professional Children's School. He studied with renowned acting teacher Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse, eventually becoming his assistant. Mann was one of the first acting teachers at the Actors Studio.He established himself as a first-rate actors' director while on Broadway. Sidney Blackmer and Shirley Booth won Tony Awards under his direction for "Come Back, Little Sheba", which also became Mann's film directorial debut (Come Back, Little Sheba (1952)), with Burt Lancaster in support of Booth on the screen (Mann would direct her again in the less successful Hot Spell (1958) at the end of the decade). Booth won an Oscar for her work, as did Anna Magnani in The Rose Tattoo (1955), which Mann also directed on Broadway (with Maureen Stapleton in the part of the lonely Italian-American widow Serafina Delle Rose, w

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