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Stephen Elliott

Stephen Elliott's biography

Elliott Pershing Stitzel is 87 years old television actor born at New York City. Stephen was born on Wednesday 27th of November 1918. He is often nicknamed as Steve Elliott. According to year of birth 1918 he belongs to Greatest Generation. Birthday on 27th of November means Stephen is Sagittarius. Sagittarius is a Fiery sign of Zodiac Belt. These people are highly learned and love to gain knowledge throughout their life.

He is native english speaker. He is white american. Stephen is citizen of United States of America. He is jewish. His primary profession is to be television actor. You can know him also as film actor, stage actor. Stephen is recently known as actor.

Stephen Elliott's family

Stephen Elliott's ex wife

Alice Hirson

Stephen Elliott and Alice Hirson have been together since 1980 for 25 years. She is known as actor. His ex wife was born on Sunday 10th of March 1929 in New York City.

Detailed informations about his schools

Stephen studied university - Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.

Stephen Elliott's career

Stephen´s main focus is to be television actor. Stephen is famous thanks to Arthur (1981).

Is Stephen Elliott gay ?

He is known to be straight.

How did Stephen Elliott die

Stephen died on on Saturday 21st of May 2005 when he was 87 years old at Woodland Hills. Stephen Elliotts death was caused by congestive heart failure. It happend like natural causes.

Awards and competitions

Stephen Elliott's Awards

  • Was nominated for Broadway's 1967 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Feature Actor (Dramatic) for a revival of "Marat/Sade."

What Stephen Elliott has done for a first time

  • First TV role came in "Hands of Murder," as series of live plays on the DuMont Television Network in 1949.

Stephen Elliott's body shape, eye color

Lets describe how Stephen Elliott looks. We will focus on his body shape, eye color and hair color. Body build is average. His eyes are tinted brown - dark. Stephen´s hair is shade of grey.