|Birthname||William Motter Inge|
|born on||3 May 1913 at 15:10 (= 3:10 PM )|
|Place||Independence, Kansas, 37n13, 95w42|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||12°48' 14°22 Asc. 24°14'|
American writer, a playwright and novelist who won the Pulitzer Prize 5/04/1953, and the Academy Award 4/19/1962 for his original screenplay of "Splendor In The Grass." He wrote four major plays that had successful Broadway runs and film versions, "Come Back Little Sheba," "Picnic," "Bus Stop," and "The Dark at the Top of The Stairs." He also wrote several novels.
Inge originally wanted to be an actor but settled for the security of teaching. He became a close friend of Tennessee Williams.
Died 6/10/1973, Hollywood, apparently suicide.
- friend relationship with Williams, Tennessee (born 26 March 1911)
Contemporary American Horoscopes, Gauquelin Book of American Charts
- Personal : Death : Suicide (Apparently suicide)
- Vocation : Education : Teacher (Public school)
- Vocation : Writers : Fiction
- Vocation : Writers : Playwright/ script
- Notable : Awards : Oscar (1962)
- Notable : Awards : Pulitzer prize (1953)