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Remembering Acting Teacher Uta Hagen

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Remembering Acting Teacher Uta Hagen

Remembering Acting Teacher Uta Hagen

Remembering Acting Teacher Uta Hagen

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The stage actress and acting coach died Wednesday at the age of 84. She taught for more than 40 years, training actors including Jack Lemmon, Sigourney Weaver, Matthew Broderick and the late Geraldine Page. She and her late husband, Herbert Berghof, founded the HB Studio in New York. This interview first aired Nov. 4, 1998.

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