Tennessee Williams Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Tennessee Williams Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Playwrights Tennessee Williams including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Tennessee Williams
Real Name Tennessee Williams
Profession Playwrights
Nick Name Tennessee Williams
Nationality American
Personal life of Tennessee Williams
Born on 26 March 1911
Birthday 26th March
Died At Age 71
Sun Sign Aries    Aries Men
Born in Columbus
Died on 25 February 1983
Place of death New York City
Grouping of People Alcoholics, Gays
Diseases & Disabilities Depression
City Iowa, Mississippi
Family Background of Tennessee Williams
Father Cornelius Coffin Williams
Mother Edwina Williams
Siblings Dakin Williams, Rose Williams
Education Soldan High School, University City High School, University of Missouri, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Iowa, Dramatic Workshop of The New School
Awards 1959 – New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award – New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award 1959 – Donaldson Award 1959 – Tony Award
Personal Fact of Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams, one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th century, was the man behind unforgettable characters like Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski. He gave the audience characters that they were going to remember for the rest of their life. His plays were a crystal clear vision of the life down South and the different forms and strata of the human society.

He has been rightly called the Master playwright, the greatest Southern playwright in the history of American Drama. Just like his characters, he too was troubled and self-destructive. He was addicted to drugs and was a hardcore alcoholic. His plays are autobiographical in nature and we can see glimpses of his own life in his plays. He was a fan of the concept called poetic realism when one watches the same thing over and over again, the act seems to take on a symbolic meaning after some time.

His plays were filled with extremities which were justified because he believed they were a part of the human condition. What Williams wrote was very honest and came from a heart that had endured everything that he wrote about. His vulnerability was what that made his work so much more important. His genius lay in his heartfelt struggle to tell the world his innermost stories.


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