b. Edgar Montillion Woolley, 17 August 1888, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 6 Might 1963, Albany, NY, USA. Woolley examined at Harvard and Yale colleges. After graduation, he became an British instructor at Yale; among his learners were future recognized literary statistics Thornton Wilder and Stephen Vincent Benèt. Woolley also caused drama learners and in the first 30s aimed productions in NY of several displays. Abandoning his teaching profession, he performed in the musicals Jubilee (1935) and Knights Of Tune (1938). In 1939 emerged the play where he was ever soon after associated, THE PERSON Who FOUND Dinner, where he performed the irascible Sheridan Whiteside. Coincident along with his stage function, he made an appearance in movies from 1937, including Everybody Sing (1938, offering Fanny Brice, Judy Garland and Allan Jones) and THE LADY FROM THE Golden Western world (1938, starring Nelson Eddy And Jeanette MacDonald and based on the Sigmund Romberg – Gus Kahn Broadway present). He is at two Jack port Benny films, Performers And Models Overseas (1938) and Man About City (1939), and Dance Co-Ed (1939). In 1942 Woolley reprised his stage functionality in THE PERSON Who FOUND Supper, starred in both wartime dilemma The Pied Piper, that he was Oscar-nominated as Greatest Actor, and Lifestyle Starts At Eight-Thirty (1942), that was predicated on the Emlyn Williams play The Light Of Center (the film’s UK name). Woolley co-starred with Gracie Areas in Holy Matrimony (1943), structured by screenwriter Nunnally Johnson on Arnold Bennett’s book, Buried Alive. For BECAUSE YOU Went Away (1944), a film the noted NY Occasions film critic Bosley Crowther referred to as ‘A rather huge dosage of choking sentiment’, Woolley was nominated as Greatest Supporting Actor. He previously a good helping function in Irish Eye Are Smiling (1944), a biopic of songwriter Ernest R. Ball, which starred Dick Haymes and June Haver. In 1945 Woolley and Areas were once again co-starred, this time around in Molly And Me, and he made an appearance as himself in ALL THE TIME, the biopic of previous classmate Porter’s lifestyle. Woolley had helping assignments in The Bishop’s Wife (1947) and Miss Tatlock’s A huge number (1948), starred in As Youthful As YOU ARE FEELING (1951), and finished his film profession with a helping function as Omar in Kismet (1955).