|born on||19 January 1887 at 03:30 (= 03:30 AM )|
|Place||Phalanx, USA, 40n19, 74w08|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||29°00' 03°05 Asc. 04°39'|
American journalist and tale-teller, a drama critic and a regular contributor to New Yorker magazine. He served as a radio broadcaster from 1929-1940 known as, "The Town Crier." He was notorious for his unusual personality and sharp tongue. He earned a reputation for the play that was based on his life, "The Man Who Came To Dinner," in which he played the lead.
Woolcott was one of four panelists on a New York radio discussion on 1/23/1943 when his failing heart grabbed his full attention. As he was helped from the studio, the heart attack was followed by a cerebral hemorrhage and he became paralyzed on the left side. By the time he reached the hospital, he was gone.
- Work : New Career 1929 (Radio broadcaster, 11 years)
- Death by Disease January 1943 (Heart and stroke, age 56 plus four days)
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- Work : Lose social status 1994 (Unsuccessful presidential campaign)
AO Science quotes him for the time of birth given over the radio on his 50th birthday. (Sabian Symbols No.988 gives 1876)
- Traits : Mind : Education extensive (Fellow at Harvard University)
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Heart disease/attack (Terminal)
- Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Heart (Heart problems)
- Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Circulatory problems (Cerebral hemorrhage, terminal)
- Passions : Sexuality : Gay
- Vocation : Entertainment : Live Stage (Legitimate theater)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Radio/ D.J./ Announcer (The Town Crier)
- Vocation : Law : Attorney
- Vocation : Writers : Columnist/ journalist (Journalist)
- Vocation : Writers : Critic (Drama)
- Vocation : Writers : Humor
- Vocation : Writers : Magazine/ newsletter (New Yorker)
- Notable : Book Collection : Culture Collection