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Gina Quartermaine
Occupation: poet, playwright
Born: New York City,

BS in Communications, American University
Student, Oxford (England) University, Brit. America Dramatic Academy
Student, Lee Strasberg Theater Institute
Career Related
Creative director Timberwolf Productions, Washington.
Creative Works
Author: (plays) Night Things, The Hypocrites, La Mama Theatre (off-Broadway), Golden Gate Theatre, San Francisco, Arts Club, DC, The Door (Am. Gem award), Night Things; (screenplays) Bone Season, Vortex; (lyrics) Stealing My Mind, Purple Heart (Music City Song Festival award); (poems) Sorriness of His Situation, The Long Road, Stroll on the Harbour; (anthologies) Ezra Pound Anthology, T.S. Eliot Anthology, Robert Frost Anthology, Poe Sesquicentennial Anthology; producer; actress: (film/TV) Star Crash, Taxed, Lyddie & Crystal; writer, director (film) Yo Soy, France, England, Japan, Ireland, Can., US.
Named Revlon's Most Unforgettable Woman, 1991, semi-finalist Sundance Film Fest, Jury of Peers screenplay, finalist Austin Film Festival; recipient Lamia Ink! award International Play Contest, Merit award Am. Society Screenwriters, 2001, New Hope Performing Arts Festival award, New Worlds Unlimited award, Poetry Society of New Hampshire award, North America Mentor Magazine award, Hidden Hits Songwriting award.
Member American Federation of TV and Radio Artists, Screen Actor's Guild, Poetry Society Am. (Actor's Theatre Louisville award, Mary Carolyn Davies award), Dramatists Guild, Broadcast Music Inc.
married Arthur Todd Quartermaine.
Hobbies and Special Interests
Metaphysics, painting, classical guitar
Gina Quartermaine's biography appeared in the following books:
Who's Who in Entertainment, 3rd Edition
Who's Who of American Women, 18th Edition
Who's Who of American Women, 25th Anniversary Edition

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