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Wallace Shawn

Son of William Shawn, the legendary editor of The New Yorker. As a child, staged musical puppet shows with his brother, Allen, for their parents and friends. Before breaking into acting, taught drama and Latin at the Trevor Day School in New York City. Our Late Night, the first play he wrote that was produced, was initially booed by off-Broadway audiences but went on to win the Obie award in 1975; he also won Obies for 1986's Aunt Dan and Lemon  and 1990's The Fever . First appeared on stage… Show more

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