Edward Herrmann has been a friend of Garson Kanin for almost 20 years and credits him with three of the finest screenplays ever written. Born Yesterday is one of them. "He’s hit upon one of the greatest stories of self-awareness. How someone discovers her own value by studying what America is truly about and then uses that simple knowledge plus her own strength of character to go after somebody who’s trying to pervert it. It’s powerful and it’s very funny" says Herrmann.
From "Born Yesterday"
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At the premiere of "The Cat's Meow"
"After I saw 'An American in Paris' I was so excited I danced around the living room. My parents were deeply concerned. Could I have shown them this book, they would have been reassured that I wasn't loopy, just in touch with a wonderful creative force. This is such an important book for children and for all of us who still dance around the living room."
Edward Herrmann's review of
KIDS TAKE THE STAGE
from "The Sorrows of Gin"from "The Lawrenceville Stories"© Joel Glickman
from "The Palace Thief"Black Tie Dinner, Bucknell
from "Soul of the Game"
from "Double Take"
"An Actor's Actor" ~By Marian Christy
"The Cat's Meow"
"Caught in the Act" ~Interview by Don Shewey
"The Dinner Party"
"Eleanor and Franklin"
Emmy Award 1999
Film Credits List
"Gentleman, Scholar, Actor, Dad" ~Article by Pat Parker
"Golden Voices" ~AudioFile Article
Hallmark Hall of Fame 50th Aniversary Party
"Not Acting" by Paul Borden, AMI Auto World
Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
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Rolling Stone Article
"Veteran Actor and Audiobook Narrator Edward Herrmann"
~Interview by Rochelle O'Gorman
"A Walk in the Woods"
Williamstown Theatre Festival Photo
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