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Lumet was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He started out in the theater acting, and even did a film as a child actor (1939's ''One Third of a Nation'') before becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s for their performances.

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Lumet was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He started out in the theater acting, and even did a film as a child actor (1939's ''One Third of a Nation'') before becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've who starred in his films have been were nominated and won UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s for their performances.



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Lumet was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s for their performances.

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Lumet was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He started out in the theater acting, then and even did a film as a child actor (1939's ''One Third of a Nation'') before becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s for their performances.


Sidney Arthur Lumet (June 25, 1924 – April 9, 2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.

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Sidney Arthur Lumet (June 25, 1924 – April 9, 2011) was an American film director. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'', and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''.

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->''“All great work is preparing yourself for the accident to happen.”''

Sidney Lumet (1924–2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.

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Sidney Arthur Lumet (1924–2011) (June 25, 1924 – April 9, 2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.

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'''Sidney Lumet''' (1924–2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.

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'''Sidney Lumet''' Sidney Lumet (1924–2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.



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'''Sidney Lumet''' (1924–2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director", several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.

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'''Sidney Lumet''' (1924–2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director", director"; several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.


Sidney Lumet (1924-2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director", several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.

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Sidney Lumet (1924-2011) '''Sidney Lumet''' (1924–2011) was an American film director. He was born in UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}}, Pennsylvania and studied theater acting at the Professional Children's School of New York and Columbia University. He is probably most famous for his debut film, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'' and the films ''Film/DogDayAfternoon'' and ''Film/{{Network}}''. He started out in the theater acting, then becoming a director of stage and then live dramas in the "Golden Age Of Television" in the 1950s. Known as an "actor's director", several actors who've starred in his films have been nominated and won Academy Awards for their performances.

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